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Dyslipidemia in The Elderly: How Old is "Too Old" to Treat?

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    One of the most recurrent questions that cardiologists and lipidologists face in daily practice is how to best approach the elderly patient with dyslipidemia. Joining Dr. Alan Brown for special considerations in this population and guideline-based recommendations for management is Joyce Ross, certified registered nurse practitioner, clinical lipid specialist, and President-Elect of the National Lipid Association.  

    Supported by an Educational Grant from AstraZeneca.

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    One of the most recurrent questions that cardiologists and lipidologists face in daily practice is how to best approach the elderly patient with dyslipidemia. Joining Dr. Alan Brown for special considerations in this population and guideline-based recommendations for management is Joyce Ross, certified registered nurse practitioner, clinical lipid specialist, and President-Elect of the National Lipid Association.  

    Supported by an Educational Grant from AstraZeneca.

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