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'Double Whammy': Where do PCSK9 Inhibitors Fit for Diabetes/ACS?

08:15 EDT 12 Jul 2019 | Medscape

Patients with diabetes as well as ACS and uncontrolled high cholesterol have a "double whammy" that makes them candidates for PCSK9 inhibitors to prevent CV events, says expert.
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