Cholesterol Drugs Could Help Cancer Patients


By Molly Grady

A new study finds cholesterol lowering drugs can reduce cancer deaths up to 15 percent.

Researchers at Copenhagen University say statins cut off the effect of cholesterol in cells, which can limit the growth of malignant cells.

They say more trials are needed before statins are prescribed for cancer patients.

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