Women's Heart Advisor July 2007 Issue

Ezitimibe Combines With Simvastatin to Tackle Cholesterol

New drugs attack “bad” cholesterol in the liver and intestine.

Statins have saved the lives of millions of people by helping to lower the amount of bad LDL cholesterol in their blood. Statins do this by restricting the amount of cholesterol made by the liver.

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