HDL says study shows its testing reduced heart attack risk
from Richmond Times-Dispatch
Virginia-based Health Diagnostic Laboratory Inc. announced some details of a study showing that its model of extensive blood-testing and patient counseling produces better overall health outcomes. The company, which has faced scrutiny in recent months for some of its former business practices, said the research showed a "striking" 41 percent decrease in the incidence of heart attacks and "significantly lower occurrence of diabetes complications" in a large group of patients who used its services.
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