Statins may reduce cancer mortality risk

Researchers have discovered a link between cholesterol-reducing drugs and a lowered risk of dying from cancer In a 14-year study of nearly one million patients, UK researchers found those with cancer were less likely to die if they had a diagnosis of high cholesterol than if they did not. Having a diagnosis of high cholesterol was

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