Do Statins, a Cholesterol-Lowering Medication, Make a Difference in Cancer Risk & Death? An Expert Breaks It Down for Us

Published Nov 14, 2020

Do Statins, a Cholesterol-Lowering Medication, Make a Difference in Cancer Risk & Death? An Expert Breaks It Down for Us

Statins may improve cancer outcomes for people who already take them, but they will not add anything to cancer treatment for people who do not need them.

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