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Episode 246: Clearing up the confusion around statin-induced cognitive impairment

In episode 246, Mike and James go over all the evidence that has looked at the issue of statins and cognitive impairment. Overall the evidence is not confusing and it indicates that statins do not prevent, treat, or cause cognitive impairment or dementia. Still confused?

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Statins and cognitive impairment: Don’t forget the evidence? 

 

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