Joe, new grandfather

MI

Admitted to hospital
with myocardial
infarction 7 months ago

Mary, mother of two sons

STROKE

Stroke 8 months ago

Dan, youth soccer coach

PAD

Peripheral artery
disease—calf claudication
with exertion

Ben, high school teacher

HeFH

Revascularization with
two stents, 3 years ago

Repatha® may help patients like these, and those in your waiting room, prevent another heart attack or stroke*

*Real-world clinical profile of patient experience with Repatha®. Hypothetical name, occupation, and photography used.

CVD = cardiovascular disease; HeFH = heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia; MI = myocardial infarction; PAD = peripheral artery disease; defined as a history of intermittent claudication (with or without supporting vascular investigations ) or previous peripheral arterial revascularization procedure, amputation, or aneurysm repair.