ORLANDO, Fla. — Statin drugs, which are taken to lower cholesterol and prevent heart disease, also can cut the risk of developing dangerous blood clots that can lodge in the legs or lungs, a major study suggests.
Study: Cholesterol lowering drugs can reduce blood clot risk
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