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Individuals With Very High Levels of Lipoprotein(a) May Benefit Most From LDL(a)-Lowering Drugs

MedicalResearch.com (blog) - Jun 21, 2018
Response: Lipoprotein(a) is a lipoprotein subclass, and an important biomarker for coronary heart disease. As a clinical biomarker, it has a similar story to LDL-cholesterol (“bad” cholesterol), in that it is thought to be a causal risk factor for ...

Relationship between low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and severe acute pancreatitis (“the lipid paradox”)

Dove Medical Press - May 29, 2018
Results: The restricted cubic spline analysis suggested a nonlinear association between high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), LDL-C and triglyceride levels and incidence of SAP. The incidence of SAP in patients with low LDL-C (<90 mg/dL), ...

Large Lp(a) Reductions Likely Would Cut Coronary Risk, Genes Suggest

MedPage Today - Jun 21, 2018
Reduction in lipoprotein(a) may have to pass a specified threshold in order to yield the same clinical benefits of coronary heart disease risk reduction as seen with lower LDL cholesterol levels, according to a Mendelian randomization analysis. The ...

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Lipoprotein Metabolism (Chylomicrons, VLDL, HDL)

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How to Lower Lipoprotein a (LPa) Naturally?

Blog Link: http://heartfitclinic.com/lipoprotein... Be sure to download special report How do you lower lipoprotein a naturally? There is a time and place for ...

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