Statins have little benefit as primary prevention in people over 75

People over the age of 75 do not benefit from statins as primary prevention unless they have diabetes, Spanish research finds. In a study that questions the widespread use of statins in older people, researchers found no overall benefit of their use on the outcomes of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease or all cause mortality. Published in ...

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