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Twice-a-year shot for cholesterol holds promise 

 

Instead of popping a pill every day, people might soon control “bad” LDL cholesterol by getting an injection at their doctor’s office two or three times a year.

Researchers testing a new injectable drug called Inclisiran found it cut LDL cholesterol by half or more. According to early clinical trial data, the effect could last for four to six months.

Inclisiran produced “significant and durable reductions in LDL cholesterol, and thus could potentially impact cardiovascular events,” said study presenter Dr. Kausik Ray, a professor of public health at Imperial College London in England.

Such long-lasting effects could provide a major advance in preventing heart disease, heart attack and stroke, by helping reduce hardening of the arteries, the researchers said.

CBS News

Teacher arrested after illegally giving COVID-19 vaccine to teen

Tags: Children, Choices, Contagion, Disease, Drugs, Enforcement, Health, Science, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

05-Jan-2022


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