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Animal studies and new cholesterol jab

Updated: Oct 6, 2021


A new type of injection to lower cholesterol in the blood has now been approved for use both by EU and the UK.


EARA member, Novartis, Switzerland, has received approval for inclisiran, a jab that reduces ‘bad fat’ in people with a high risk of heart disease.


In studies with mice and monkeys, the drug was shown to turn off a gene called PCSK9 which helped the liver remove harmful cholesterol from the blood and break it down.

"Inclisiran represents a potential game-changer in preventing thousands of people from dying prematurely from heart attacks and strokes,” said Meindert Boysen, deputy chief executive of the UK’s standards body NICE.

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Judy Chupp
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Garner Fiona
Garner Fiona
Jun 17

The results point to promising research and the potential development of another way to help people keep cholesterol in a healthy range geometry dash.

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Manuel Murphy
Manuel Murphy
May 27

This is a new injectable drug to effectively and safely reduce blood cholesterol for patients. geometry dash

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hound attached
hound attached
Apr 08

This is an invention that deserves praise geometry dash online

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