According to a recently released Fact.MR study, revenues from dyslipidemia therapeutics market surpassed US$ 36 billion in 2018. Low-density lipoproteins held approximately two-thirds of revenues from dyslipidemia therapeutics worldwide in 2018. As high LDL levels have been associated with increased risks of heart attacks, strokes, and other cardiovascular problems in humans, governments around the world are launching various campaigns to raise awareness about the adverse impact of high LDL levels in the blood.
The growing prevalence of cardiovascular disorders worldwide has prompted individuals to effectively manage their LDL levels. To capitalize on the current trends prevalent in the dyslipidemia therapeutics market, pharmaceutical companies continue to strive towards developing new and improved therapies to lower LDL levels, and effectively manage the percentage of other lipids in the blood. A range of new treatments such as combination therapies, gene editing, and novel target drugs are under development, particularly for dyslipidemia therapeutics.
Request for Sample Report with Statistical Info @ https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=2928
Statins Persist as Preferred Drug Class for Dyslipidemia Therapeutics