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When You Have Both: Managing FH and High Lp(a)

When You Have Both: Managing FH and High Lp(a)

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March 24th was the first ever Lipoprotein(a) Awareness Day, and my conversations about it went something like this:
Me: Did you know today is Lp(a) Awareness Day?
Friend: What’s that?
Me: Elevated Lp(a) is a common genetic cholesterol disorder that I have.
Friend: Wait. I thought you had … Read More →

Susan's Elevated Lipoprotein(a) Story

The More We Understand, The Better Prepared We’ll Be: Susan’s Story

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Susan Riley’s personal journey with elevated Lipoprotein(a), or Lp(a), has just begun, but her immediate family’s been living with it for years.
Riley got her own Lp(a) test results back recently – just in time for the first-ever Lipoprotein(a) Awareness Day. She was surprised to learn her levels … Read More →

Raising awareness of elevated Lipoprotein(a)

Russ Lipoprotein(a) Personal Story

Dave R Advocate for Awareness for familial hypercholesterolemia

When all the warning signs are there, but a missed diagnosis leads to heart disease

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I lived with Familial Hypercholesterolemia (FH) for my whole life, but didn’t learn about my diagnosis until I was thirty-five (35) years old. There were so many warning signs along the way that were missed or ignored, and I want to share my story so that it doesn’t happen to someone else.
When … Read More →

New Year - New Start

New Year – New Start

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Happy New Year!
It’s a New Year- are you one of the millions to make a New Year’s Resolution?
Two of the most common resolutions for Americans are:

to eat better and
to be more active

As stated, these are general goals and as such you may have difficulty achieving them.

If you choose either … Read More →

Catherine's Lipoprotein(a) Personal Story

FDA Approves Inclisiran

Love Language of the Family Heart Foundation

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