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Stopping cholesterol drugs may be associated with increased risk of Parkinson's

People who stop taking cholesterol drugs may be at an increased risk for developing Parkinson?s disease, according to new research. Previous studies on the relationship between cholesterol drugs called statins and the risk of Parkinson?s disease have had inconsistent results.
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