respiratory
Lung cancer

Statins reduce lung cancer death


Patients with lung cancer have a lower risk of death if they are taking statins, findings from an observational study suggest. The study of 14 689 patients with lung cancer who had more than 12 prescriptions for statins after their  diagnosis had their lung cancer specific mortality reduced by a fifth (adjusted hazard ratio 0.81 (0.67 to 0.98); ...

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