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 →


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 →


FH Foundation Advocate Brandon Wilson shares his story

Genetics, Heart Disease, and the Game of Life

Genetics, Heart Disease, and the Game of Life

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Everyone gets dealt their own hand of cards in the game of life. I inherited two different genetic disorders that each lead to atherosclerosis; a mutation that causes high Lipoprotein(a) and a mutation that causes high LDL Cholesterol (LDL-C) levels. This means that that from birth, high levels of … Read More →


Casey Walsh article in Circulation

Women and FH

Alliance for Million Hearts Campaign

Nutrition Guidelines

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