Old heart drug, new value

Silberner, J.
December 1991
U.S. News & World Report;12/30/91-1/6/92, Vol. 111 Issue 27, Outlook 1992 p64
Predicts that the old heart drug, Lovastatin, will get more attention as an effective artery-cleaner. The function of Lovastatin in its treatment of heart disease; The unpleasant aspects of the old-line drugs, such as Cholestyramine.


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