Very Low LDL Cholesterol Means Cancer?

Boston’s Tufts-New England Medical Center announced a research in 2008 that patients taking Statins and reaching a very low LDL cholesterol level might have higher risks of cancer. The research was not conclusive, said by one of the MD from the medical center. But the research does show a link between the very low LDL level with higher risks of cancer. The good thing is that the research didn’t show direct link of Statins to cancers. 


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