“Great scientific progress, efficacious therapies, and elegantly written guidelines don’t always end up helping the people they were intended to serve. This is a sobering fact, and in many ways, is the story of familial hypercholesterolemia,” asserted Katherine Wilemon, Founder and CEO of … Read More
Monthly Archives: November 2018
I met Dr. Roger Williams in 1985 when I visited the University of Utah from Rockefeller University, where I was a post-doctoral fellow in Jan Breslow’s laboratory. Jan arranged for me to learn Southern blotting with Ray White and Jean-Marc Lalouel at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Jean-Marc … Read More
Blog Post from My Journey with Familial Hypercholesterolemia and Heart Disease
It’s been a while since we chatted. Life seems to have sped up there for the past few months. I guess it’s good when you make plans but even better when you get to carry them out. But delay no longer.
I … Read More