Study links statin use, survival rate in stroke patients

08/29/2007 | BBC

Patients who stopped taking statins after a stroke had an almost fivefold increase in risk of dying or requiring full-time care than those who continued the medication, a small Spanish study revealed. However, experts say larger studies are needed before new recommendations can be made, particularly for older stroke patients.

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