Major outcomes in moderately hypercholesterolemic, hypertensive patients randomized to pravastatin vs usual care: The antihypertensive and lipid-lowering treatment to prevent heart attack trial (ALLHAT-LLT)

Curt D. Furberg, Jackson T. Wright, Barry R. Davis, Jeffrey A. Cutler, Michael Alderman, Henry Black, William Cushman, Richard Grimm, L. Julian Haywood, Frans Leenen, Suzanne Oparil, Jeffrey Probstfield, Paul Whelton, Chuke Nwachuku, David Gordon, Michael Proschan, Paula Einhorn, Charles E. Ford, Linda B. Piller, J. Kay DunnDavid Goff, Sara Pressel, Judy Bettencourt, Barbara DeLeon, Lara M. Simpson, Joe Blanton, Therese Geraci, Sandra M. Walsh, Christine Nelson, Mahboob Rahman, Anne Juratovac, Robert Pospisil, Lillian Carroll, Sheila Sullivan, Jeanne Russo, Gail Barone, Rudy Christian, Sharon Feldman, Tracy Lucente, David Calhoun, Kim Jenkins, Peggy McDowell, Janice Johnson, Connie Kingry, Juan Alzate, Karen L. Margolis, Leslie Ann Holland-Klemme, Brenda Jaeger, Jeffrey Williamson, Gail Louis, Pamela Ragusa, Angela Williard, R. L Sue Ferguson, Joanna Tanner, John Eckfeldt, Richard Crow, John Pelosi

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