Study: Statin compliance would cut stroke, heart attack deaths

01/12/2010 | Reuters

British researchers said that encouraging high-risk patients already prescribed cholesterol-lowering drugs to continue taking them could prevent twice as many stroke and heart attack deaths as prescribing the drugs to more people. The report said only about half of patients on statins continue taking them over the long term.

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