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HEART UK responds to debate on the true benefits and risks of statins

HEART UK responds to debate on the true benefits and risks of statins

HEART UK Trustee and Head of Clinical Biochemistry Department at University of Newcastle, Dr Dermot Neely, comments on Prescriber article about the benefits and risks of statins
HEART UK study finds high street restaurants serve meals with four times recommended saturated fat

HEART UK study finds high street restaurants serve meals with four times recommended saturated fat

HEART UK research finds many high street restaurants and fast food chains serve meals with four times the UK’s national maximum daily recommended levels of saturated fat
HEART UK responds to study that says good cholesterol may not always protect you from heart disease

HEART UK responds to study that says good cholesterol may not always protect you from heart disease

HEART UK Trustee and Head of Clinical Biochemistry Department at University of Newcastle, Dr Dermot Neely, comments on study that says high levels of HDL may not protect against heart disease
HEART UK responds to study that finds inherited heart disease can be detected within families

HEART UK responds to study that finds inherited heart disease can be detected within families

HEART UK Trustee and Head of Clinical Biochemistry Department at University of Newcastle, Dr Dermot Neely, comments on study that says inhereted heart disease can be detected by screening toddlers
HEART UK responds to study that says statins help heart operation patients live longer

HEART UK responds to study that says statins help heart operation patients live longer

HEART UK Trustee and Head of Clinical Biochemistry Department at University of Newcastle, Dr Dermot Neely, comments on study that says statins help heart operation patients live longer
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