Routine fasting for cholesterol tests could be eliminated by adopting a newer method for determining LDL cholesterol, according to a new study.
Treatment rates for dangerously high cholesterol levels remain low, according to a new study.
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Black and Hispanic boomers had lower odds of HCV screening between 2013-2015, as did female and older members of the 1945-1965 cohort.
The recently-approved HCV treatment produced SVR rates of 95% or greater and discontinuation rates for AEs were extremely low.
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