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Who should take lomitapide?

Donna Hill Howes, RN
Family Practitioner

Current cholesterol management guidelines state that non-statin drugs are not first-line therapy. But they can be added to a statin if cholesterol goals are not being met. Lomitapide can be considered for people with LDL 190 mg/dL or higher.

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