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Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs May Fight Infectious Diseases

10:35 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | Virgo Publishing

This digitally-colorized scanning electron microscopic (SEM) image shows Salmonella bacteria (red) invading an immune cell (yellow). Courtesy of CDC That statin you've been taking to lower your risk of heart attack or stroke may one day pull double duty, providing protection against a whole host of infectious diseases, including typhoid fever,

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