As potent as statins are to lower high cholesterol and reduce inflammation associated with heart disease and cancer, they don’t work for everyone. Up to half of patients can’t get their cholesterol levels down far enough with the drugs, and researchers have had promising results with new monoclonal antibody injections that work with and without statins to drive levels down. The drugs, though, are still experimental.
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