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The potential next pathway to target in CVD prevention: ‘Common’ elevated Lp(a)

About 20% of the global population and one in five U.S. adults have elevated levels of lipoprotein(a), a complex form of LDL that strongly predicts risk for coronary disease and aortic valve stenosis. Evidence for a causal association between Lp(a) concentration, which is primarily genetically determined, and CV outcomes across ethnicities continues to build.

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