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JUPITER Shines Celestial Glow On Statin Use; Docs Ready, But Are Payers?

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A few months after the release of AstraZeneca's widely heralded JUPITER Crestor study, physicians seem prepared to prescribe statins more broadly based on that evidence, according to discussion at the American College of Cardiology annual meeting

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