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The cholesterol management debates

August 2002    Volume 9, Issue 8   Br J Cardiol 2002;9:

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BJCardio editorial team

THE CHOLESTEROL MANAGEMENT DEBATES ESC debate Motion 1: “This house believes that lowering current cholesterol targets will have additional benefits to CV risk management” Motion 2: “This house believes that the benefits of raising HDL warrant its introduction as another lipid variable to target.” The lower the better. The real benefits of lowering cholesterol even further The Atlantic divide in coronary prevention PCCS debate Motion 1: “This house believes that current government policy is leading to the erosion of clinical judgement, exemplified by the CHD National Service Framework.” Motion 2: “This house believes that optimal management of cholesterol is a relief, not a burden.” The National Service Framework for CHD – Big Brother or helpful guide? A stitch in time – counting the cost of optimal CHD prevention

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