Study Shows Statin-Intolerant Patients May Have Options

A Cleveland Clinic study finds that changes in dosage or frequency of medication use may make the difference.

If you have experienced muscle aches or other side effects from taking statins, a Cleveland Clinic study suggests that you may be able to tolerate the cholesterol-lowering medications with some simple changes in treatment.
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