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Rising Drug Use Stems From Changes In Clinical Guidelines – PhRMA Report

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Increased use of drugs for high cholesterol is partly due to a paradigm shift from an initial approach of diet and exercise towards starting patients on drug therapy as the first course of action, according to a study on the increased use of medication for chronic conditions co-sponsored by the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America and the Disease Management Association of America

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