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Statin Drug Warning On Coenzyme Q10 Levels Sought In Lawsuit Against FDA

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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Lawsuit follows agency's denial of a citizen petition requesting a warning about coenzyme Q10-depleting effects of cholesterol-lowering drugs. FDA says there is "no reasonable evidence" for concluding that statin-induced decreases in CoQ10 levels are associated with adverse events.

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