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Studies such as AFCAPS/TEXCAPS have demonstrated that aggressive LDL-C lowering attenuates much of the adverse risk associated with low HDL-C. 25,26 There are also extensive data showing that hsCRP is associated with increased risk for CHD, even when adjustments are made for other risk factors. One of the world's greatest chemists named Linus Pauling advocated the use of high doses of L-lysine and vitamin C in patients with angina as he was sure of its efficacy.

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