Does Lowering Homocysteine Cut CVD Risk?

In 1969 it was proposed that elevated homocysteine (Hcy) levels in the blood played a role in promoting atherosclerosis. People born with a genetic defect leading to very high Hcy levels in the blood are known to develop severe atherosclerosis. Population studies have shown an association of elevated Hcy levels and a higher risk of CVD.1 Several large studies showed people with a 25% lower Hcy...

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