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Cholesterol Paradox: A Correlate Does Not a Surrogate Make

08:00 EDT 20 Mar 2017 | Medscape

Is the cholesterol hypothesis, which posits that lowering cholesterol prevents coronary heart disease, fundamentally wrong? A recent trial may be the tipping point in our approach to CHD prevention.
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