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Stopping statins after stroke may increase second-stroke risk

13:23 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - - Stopping cholesterol-lowering drugs soon after a stroke may increase the risk of a second stroke, according to a new study from Thailand.

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