For 45-year-old Monty Reid, dealing with the consequences of uncontrollable high cholesterol has been a way of life.
He has seen family members die in their 20s from heart attacks. Now he, too, has been told he has coronary artery disease.
"I have been on every type of cholesterol medication since I was 9 years old," said Reid, who was diagnosed with an inherited form of high cholesterol as a child. These days he takes maximum doses of two cholesterol-lowering medications -- rosuvastatin and...Full Story