Crestor Reduces Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke in Those without High Cholesterol
The one catch is that only people with elevated high sensitivity c-reactive protein levels were allowed to participate in the study.
This study tells us that you should be tested for your c-reactive protein level, and if it is elevated, you should take statins routinely. One common type of statin is Crestor.
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