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Commentary on:  Use of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol gene score

Commentary on: Use of lo…

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Coronary heart disease events in the Women’s Health Initiative hormone trials:

Coronary heart disease ev…

Coronary heart di...

Cellular Regulation Of Sterols part2

Cellular Regulation Of St…

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Lipoprotein Pathology In Obesity: Part 2

Lipoprotein Pathology In …

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Sweet Little Lies

Sweet Little Lies

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Coronary Calcium, Lipids, and Lipoproteins

Coronary Calcium, Lipids,…

Coronary Calc...

Clinical Application of Plasma Sterols/Stanol Measurements

Clinical Application of P…

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 Lecture 2, Part A: Dyslipidemia In African American

Lecture 2, Part A: Dysli…

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Translational Lipoprotein Biochemistry lecture 2

Translational Lipoprotein…

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Part 1: The Triglyceride/HDL Axis - Metabolic Syndrome

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Changing the Natural History of Diabetes Mellitus

Changing the Natural History of Diabetes Mellitus

This lecture discusses the crucial need to identify and aggressively treat persons who are destined to develop prediabetes and diabetes. Recently published data demonstrates that such identification using biomarkers and then initiation of and cont...

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Reflections on the ORIGIN Trial: n-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Outcomes

Reflections on the ORIGIN Tr…

The latest omega-3 randomized trial has the unlikely name of Outcome Reductio...

Lecture 4: Dyslipidemia In African American

Lecture 4: Dyslipidemia In A…

The objectives of Lecture 4 are: ►Discuss unique aspects of dyslipidemia,...

HDL: Can the Lab Help the Clinicians Determine "Who’s On First”?- part 2

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Benefit of Eating Fish in Women with CVD risk

Benefit of Eating Fish in Wo…

Dr Marin Strom, from the Statens Serum Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark, reported ...

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