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Statins show no survival benefit in small-cell lung cancer
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“There's no reason for people to stop taking statins to manage their cholesterol, but it's extremely unlikely, for patients with small-cell lung cancer, that taking statins will make any difference to their cancer treatment outcome,” Michael J. Seckl ...
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4/18/2017
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