Are Statins Sex Biased in Treating Heart Disease?

Dr. Rubinstein says statins have been shown to benefit both sexes.
1:03 | 01/30/12

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-- resident however so dealers and other people who live to lure. Well. Levels but has since been back to you senator Hillary. Back yard pass through lower cholesterol also -- study. -- to prevent heart attacks. After almost have to call I have senator fashion and was is very very clear -- in the -- population groups these drugs. -- -- very very useful there's a decision that using these drugs maybe more women met. Was better on muscle aches pains these latest studies have been very clear and I have been incorporated. A significant number of patients thousands of patients and they have conclusively show that both men and women. That is dramatically wrong to use -- -- it was and they have been given. To their population. This most it was revoked a heart attack. -- --

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