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MS Mythbusters – Abnormal lipid levels can only be managed by medications

Our series of MS Mythbusters aims to dispel some of the outdated, inaccurate or confusing information you may have heard or read.

On this episode, Associate Professor Ingrid van der Mei busts the myth that abnormal lipid levels can only be managed by medications. While medications may be required, diet and physical activity are also important in controlling lipid levels.

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MS Mythbusters – Abnormal lipid levels can only be managed by medications