New Cholesterol-Lowering Drug May Be a Game Changer

One injection every six months cuts levels of “bad” LDL cholesterol in half.

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Lowering elevated LDL cholesterol (LDL-C) will reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke in many people. In fact, the lower the LDL-C level, the lower the risk. But reining in LDL-C often requires medications. Millions of people take daily statins for this reason. When statins don’t lower LDL-C far enough, a PCSK9 inhibitor may […]
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