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This 2019 trial pooled data from three large European cohorts to assess how effectively various biomarkers predicted cardiovascular mortality. Trial data revealed that a number of conventional cardiovascular disease biomarkers failed in this regard. LDL-C, HDL-C, and triglyceride levels were similar in subjects who died of cardiovascular disease and those who did not; adjusted risk ratios for each of these biomarkers were significant in only one out of three studies. Notably, diabetes significantly increased heart disease risk, even after adjustment.Read MoreDevelopment and Validation of a Ceramide- and Phospholipid-Based Cardiovascular Risk Estimation Score for Coronary Artery Disease Patients