Cholesterol drugs may reduce risk of breast cancer

10/16/2003 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A study published in the October issue of Journal of Women's Health says postmenopausal Caucasian women who took cholesterol drugs lowered their risk of breast cancer by 70% over a seven-year trial period. The study's lead researcher says the results need to be confirmed in other large studies.

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