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Cholesterol drug slashes prostate cancer deaths
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billh99 posted:
The study, published online in the journal The Prostate, followed 1,000 cancer patients, a third of whom used statins to control their cholesterol.


After eight years, the researchers found that the risk of death from prostate cancer among statin users was one per cent compared with five per cent for non-users.
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