Washington: University of Rochester Medical Centre scientists have verified cholesterol-cancer link with new genetic evidence, raising the possibility that cholesterol medications could be useful in the future for cancer prevention or to augment existing cancer treatment.The data support several recent population-based studies that suggest individuals who take cholesterol-lowering drugs may have a reduced risk of cancer, and, conversely that individuals with the highest levels of cholesterol seem to have an elevated risk of cancer.
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