CardioPharma was formed by successful senior pharmaceutical executives who acquired rights to certain patents from Harvard's Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. These patents protect the formulation method and method of use invented by researchers who combined the most commonly prescribed drugs for those at risk for cardiovascular disease into one presentation. The lead combination drug has been named "CardiaPill®."
CardiaPill is comprised of a formulation combining a "statin", an "ACE Inhibitor" and aspirin. Statins moderate cholesterol levels and include products such as Lipitor®, Zocor®, Pravachol®; and Crestor®. ACE inhibitors reduce blood pressure and include products such as Altace®, Lotesin®, Capoten® and Accupril®.
The benefits of CardiaPill are compelling and well documented. The three drugs work together to provide their own benefits, as well as some observed synergies.
The principal elements of our strategy comprise: