Harvard Women's Health Watch

Should women with normal cholesterol be taking a statin?

The results of the JUPITER trial suggested that people with normal cholesterol should take a statin, but questions remain about long-term effectiveness. One's level of cardiovascular risk should be the primary factor in deciding whether to take a statin.

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