New Cholesterol-lowering Drugs Help Those Intolerant to Statins

PCSK9 inhibitors may also bring about changes to cholesterol treatment guidelines that have moved away from specific LDL targets for patients.

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Two new cholesterol-lowering drugs may do more than provide alternatives for people who have serious side effects from statins. PCSK9 inhibitors may also help bring back specific targets in cholesterol

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