Scientists say so-called "good" cholesterol may not be enough to counter the damage done by bad cholesterol, a finding that may change the way patients with cholesterol problems are treated. Some doctors have made adjustments in treatment for elevated levels of L.D.L., considered bad cholesterol, when the level of good cholesterol, H.D.L., also was high, expecting that the good counteracted the bad sufficiently.

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