British Pharmacy-Only Statin Paradigm Immaterial To U.S. Switch – NEJM
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The UK nonprescription statin experience is "largely irrelevant" to whether statins should be made available OTC in the U.S., according to a commentary piece in the April 7 New England Journal of Medicine
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