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Using statins for over five years seems to lower risk for osteoarthritis knee pain

02:00 EDT 20 Oct 2018 | Arthritis Digest

People with osteoarthritis who used statins for more than five years, as well as those who used atorvastatin, had a reduced risk of knee pain, according to interesting findings in Arthritis Care & Research. A total of 4,448 adults who had (or were at risk of) knee osteoarthritis were involved in the study, of whom […]

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