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From the editor: Lipidology resurgent as the pandemic wanes

      A blend of emotions welled up as I arrived at the National Lipid Association Clinical Update in Washington DC 2 weeks ago. It was my first in-person meeting since the 2020 Denver meeting at the outset of the pandemic. As an at-risk senior, I took reassurance from the mandate for documented COVID vaccination. A 5-hour automobile drive and even the DC traffic proved less intimidating than anticipated. It felt good to travel again, and the start of the meeting simply brought undiluted joy while greeting friends old and new, assembling for our common purpose. Allison Fellers and the NLA staff deserve all our thanks for a smooth rollout of the hybrid in-person and virtual conference.
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