CARE

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CARECooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc.
CAREChristian Action Research and Education (UK)
CAREComprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency
CARECarpet America Recovery Effort
CARERyan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act
CARECompassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies
CARECapitol Reef National Park (US National Park Service)
CARECenter for Aromatherapy Research and Education (Marble Hill, MO)
CARECholesterol and Recurrent Events (clinical trial)
CARECapture-Recapture
CARECooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc. (Merrifield, VA)
CAREChicago Area Real Estate (Illinois)
CARECoexistence of Animal Rights on Earth (Seoul, Korea)
CAREContamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (Australia)
CARECredit Abuse Resistance Education
CARECoalition of Americans for Research Ethics
CARECommunity Action for a Renewed Environment (US EPA)
CARECooperative for American Relief Everywhere
CARECustomer Account Record Exchange
CARECalifornia Alternative Rates for Energy
CARECoalition for Auto Repair Equality
CARECooperative for American Remittances to Europe
CARECoordinated Accelerator Research in Europe (EU)
CARECombined Accident Reduction Effort (Illinois State Police)
CARECommission on Aging and Retirement Education (Baltimore, Maryland)
CAREChild and Adolescent Risk Evaluation
CARECardiac Arrhythmias Research and Education Foundation
CARECommunity Anti-Racism Education
CARECivil and Resource Engineering
CARECalifornia Alternate Rates for Energy Program
CARECustomers Are Really Everything (sales employee training)
CARECritical Analysis Reporting Environment (crash data)
CAREClinical Assessment of the Reliability of the Examination
CARECenter for Academic and Research Excellence (various locations)
CARECottage And Rural Enterprises
CARECredit Analysis & Research Limited (India)
CAREControlling Alcohol Risks Effectively
CARECustomer Automation and Reporting Environment
CAREComputer Aided Reverse Engineering
CAREComputer Aided Regulation Engineering (Honeywell software)
CARECustoms Administrative Reforms (Pakistan)
CAREChrist Alone Redeems Eternally (church; Philippines)
CARECost and Return Estimator
CAREComputer Assistance Resource Exchange
CARECurtailing Abuse Related to the Elderly
CARECamano Action for a Rural Environment (Stanwood, WA)
CAREComputer-Aided Reliability Estimation
CARECitizens Against A Radioactive Environment
CARECapital Area Response Effort
CARECo-Operative Actions of R&D in Eurocontrol (Air Traffic management research program)
CARECreating Animal Respect Education
CARECongressional Advocacy Recruitment Effort
CARECustomer Analysis and Reporting (Bluespring)
CARECustomer Automation & Reporting Environment
CAREChemical Abuse Resistance Education
CAREChild Abuse Resource Enhancement
CAREChiropractic Association for Research and Education
CARECaring Assistance with Resourceful Experience
CARECoronary Artery Risk Evaluation
CARECleveland Association of Rescue Employees
CARECommunity Action for Revival and Empowerment (Trinidad & Tobago)
CARECareer Awareness and Resource Education Program (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
CARECarrier Account Record Exchange (Sprint)
CAREComputer Aided Reliability Evaluation
CARECardiovascular, Chronic and Aged Care
CARECardiac and Respiratory Education
CAREChristian Addiction Recovery and Education
CAREConcerned About Recess and Education
CAREComputed-Aided Risk Evaluation
CARECustomers for Access Rate Equity
CARECarrier Access Records Exchange (telecommunications)
CARECommunity Alliance for Results in Education
CARECitizens for Alternate Routing of Electricity (Chino Hills, CA)
CAREChoice, Ask, Recommend, Encourage
CAREChildcare Adoption and Recruitment for Education
CAREcataloging and rapid entry process
CARECooperative Agencies for Resources in Education
CARECampaign for Advancement of Reusch's Exposes
CARECost Accumulating, Reporting & Evaluation
CARECentre for Advanced Research and Education
CARECommunities Accepting Responsibility in Education
CAREClosure And Realignment Effort/Execution
CARECommunities Against Radioactive Environments (Queensland, Australia)
CARECustomer Assistance Research & Education
CAREContact, Authentication, Replicate, recent Events (FastServers.net support)
CARECrisis Awareness and Recovery in Education
CAREConsolidated Assistance & Relocation Effort
CARECentre for Assessment, Research and Evaluation (Bhutan)
References in periodicals archive ?
Tonelli M, Sacks F, Arnold M, Moye L, Davis B, Pfeffer M; For the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) Trial Investigators.
Relationship between plasma LDL concentrations during treatment with pravastatin and recurrent coronary events in the cholesterol and recurrent events trial.
While the Scandinavian Simvastatin Survival Study and the West of Scotland Coronary Prevention Study were still early in their recruitment phase, we developed the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) trial, an investigator-initiated, randomized clinical trial supported by Squibb (now Bristol-Myers Squibb).
For example, in 1996, the CARE (Cholesterol and Recurrent Events) trial, which compared 40-mg pravastatin with placebo for secondary prevention in more than 4,000 patients followed for an average of 5 years, showed 12 cases of breast cancer during follow-up in the pravastatin arm, compared with one case in the placebo arm, a statistically significant difference (N.
Effect of pravastatin on cardiovascular events in women after myocardial infarction: the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) trial.
Among the major statin trials, the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) study is typical (N.
And that fits with the results of the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) trial, which was designed to see whether pravastatin could lower the risk of a second heart attack.
Now a new study, the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) trial, powerfully buttresses this view.
In the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) trial, hsCRP concentrations were also measured over time in stable post-MI patients (18).
The Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) trial (37) included 586 patients with diabetes, a history of myocardial infarction, and average cholesterol levels.
His own secondary analysis of data on 13,173 patients with coronary heart disease who participated in two major secondary prevention trials involving pravastatin--the Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) and Long-Term Intervention With Pravastatin in Ischemic Disease (LIPID) studies--demonstrated that in patients without an elevated LDL, a low HDL is a very powerful risk factor for cardiovascular events.
A: Our Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) trial studied over 4,000 people who had already had a heart attack.