Fat-soluble statins linked to lower odds of Parkinson's

07/25/2013 | HealthDay News

Patients who stopped taking fat-soluble statins had a 58% greater risk of developing Parkinson's disease than those who continued taking the cholesterol-lowering drugs, according to a study of almost 44,000 people. The rate of Parkinson's disease was about double among patients who took water-soluble statins compared with those treated with fat-soluble statins. The findings appear in the journal Neurology.

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