Washington: Cholesterol-busting drugs or statins offer a ray of hope for people infected with severe flu by keeping mortality at bay, a study reveals."We may be able to combine statins with antiviral drugs to provide better treatment for patients seriously ill with influenza," said William Schaffner, professor of preventive medicine at the Vanderbilt University Medical Centre, who co-authored the study with Meredith Vandermeer.
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