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Tara Dall, MD Joins Health Diagnostic Laboratory (HDL, Inc.) as Chief Medical Officer
Date:7/3/2012

RICHMOND, Va., July 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Diagnostic Laboratory (HDL, Inc.) today announced that Tara Dall, MD has joined the growing advanced laboratory as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Dall graduated in the first class of Diplomates of the American Board of Clinical Lipidology and her clinic has been nationally recognized as the first fully certified Level II lipid clinic in the United States.

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"Health Diagnostic Laboratory represents a milestone in the medical community. The lives we are saving thanks to advanced testing mark a monumental shift in the way physicians can now detect life-threatening conditions. By adding Dr. Tara Dall, one of the most dedicated leaders in the fight against cardiovascular and related diseases, our lab will save even more lives and healthcare dollars in the years ahead," said Tonya Mallory, co-founder and CEO of HDL, Inc.

Dr. Dall attended University of Wisconsin-Madison for undergraduate, medical school training, and family medicine residency. Entering private practice in 2001, Dr. Dall formed the Cholesterol & Lifestyle Center in 2006 with the goal of aggressive detection and treatment of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. In 2008 she formed Advanced Lipidology, Early Detection Center for Heart Disease and Diabetes. She has a special interest in advanced lipid testing and CIMT technology, women's heart disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome and pediatric obesity. Dr. Dall also has extensive experience in diagnosis and treatment of insulin resistance and pre diabetes, and she lectures regularly on this topic. She served as the President Elect of the Midwest Lipid Association in 2011 and on the organization's board from 2006 to 2012. Dr. Dall is a published author in the field of lipidology and is known for her leadership in advanced biomarker testing.

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