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    The Truth about Statins
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    bobby75703 posted:
    Statins are by far the most prescribed drugs for cholesterol management. But are they all they're cracked up to be?

    Following is a link to a synopsis written by Dr. Barbara Roberts, cardiologist and director of a heart clinic at Miriam Hospital, concerning statin drugs.

    If you or a loved one takes these drugs, this may be of vital interest to you. Now from the front lines of medicine, a cardiologist speaks out.

    http://open.salon.com/blog/mary_ann_sorrentino/2012/03/22/diet_exercise_and_hold_the_statins_please
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