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Lipitor v. Pravachol Studies Raise Questions On Utility Of OTC-Dose Statins

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Two recently published clinical trials involving statins that report a clear and substantial benefit from intensive LDL-cholesterol lowering versus moderate reduction may dampen prospects for switching the drugs OTC in the U.S

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