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Low-risk people benefit from heart drugs

Sydney : Australia | Aug 05, 2012 at 9:15 AM PDT
Source: The Courier-Mail
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Half of all heart attacks occur in patients with a low cardiovascular risk, and a large study has shown the risk of these events is reduced when patients take drugs to lower cholesterol, University of Sydney researchers say. Australian guidelines should be changed to allow more people access to cholesterol-lowering... FULL ARTICLE AT The Courier-Mail
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