Gene-silencing to curb LDL-C 'could dramatically cut CVD risk'
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Having an annual 'vaccination' from the age of 30 to reduce LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C) levels could have a dramatic effect on the risk of major cardiovascular events, UK researchers say.
Furthermore, they say that reduction of the cumulative exposure to LDL-C is the key factor in curbing atherosclerosis.
Speaking to delegates at the ESC Congress 2021,