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Cholesterol Guidelines Look High And Low: Statin Market Extended At Both Ends

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In shifting away from specific targets and non-statin add-on therapies, new ACC/AHA cholesterol guidelines support treatment of people at relatively low risk for events and more intensive therapy for those at higher risk.

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