"I was back to the hospital for another round of angioplasty, where we discovered that my blockages were more numerous and worse than the first time. I was lucky to have not had another heart attack. But this time the cardiologist said “I think I may know what your problem is.” I was tested for elevated Lipoprotein(a). That was the culprit." more...
Read our featured article in FYI magazine on Lp(a) here
A simple lipoprotein(a) blood test could be the first
step in preventing up to 120,000 heart attacks and strokes
a year in the U.S.