Different types of treatments are used to lower high LDL bad cholesterol. Statins are the most commonly prescribed treatment, but sometimes your LDL is still too high. You may need additional help or a different treatment option to lower your LDL.
If you're taking a statin, and you have plaque-related heart or blood vessel problems or inherited high cholesterol (heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia, HeFH), but you are still struggling to lower your LDL, it’s time for a different approach. Watch the short video below to learn more about how Repatha® works differently than a statin.
Repatha® helps the liver clear LDL by limiting the actions of PCSK9—and less PCSK9 means less LDL in your blood.
Statins help stop your liver from making as much cholesterol, including LDL.
They also increase the liver’s ability to break down cholesterol that’s already in your blood.
Dramatically lower LDL
Taken together, Repatha® with a statin is proven to dramatically lower your LDL.
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