Tomorrow: The Balancing Act’s Behind the Mystery Talks Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia (HoFH)

July 23, 2013

An unhealthy lifestyle can lead to high cholesterol, but for some high LDL levels can’t be controlled by diet or exercise. This inherited disease, Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia (HoFH), will be the topic of tomorrow morning’s episode on Behind the Mystery: Rare and Genetic.

View the sneak peak for tomorrow’s segment.

Behind the Mystery of: Rare and Genetic Diseases is a series produced with the intention of introducing and uniting patient, physician, and scientist with research, education and opportunity to revolutionize the way our health care system works for the Rare and Genetic Minority.

By partnering with The Global Genes Project, The Balancing Act is able to provide available support to patients diagnosed with rare and genetic diseases, and to give hope with news of clinical trials and new treatments. Together, we can begin a new wave of advocacy and support for the rare community.

The Balancing Act supports and celebrates patient advocacy groups and industry leaders, who inspire connect and guide patients as they move forward through their journey towards treatments and a cure.

Make sure to tune in tomorrow at 7AM ET/PT to catch this exciting segment on HoFH!

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