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Half of patients taking statins fail to reach optimal cholesterol levels within two years

08:51 EDT 16 Apr 2019 | The Pharmaceutical Journal

Over half of patients started on statin therapy do not achieve optimal therapeutic reduction of their cholesterol within two years, a study published in Heart has found.

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