1. Half of people prescribed statins don't reach cholesterol goals after two years, study says  CNN
  2. Half of patients taking statins won't reach 'healthy' cholesterol levels  Daily Mail
  3. Statins failing adequately to reduce cholesterol in 'half' of patients  The Telegraph
  4. Statins 'don't work well for one in two people'  BBC News
  5. Half of statins patients don’t hit ‘healthy’ cholesterol levels  INQUIRER.net
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Nottingham University researchers used data from 165,400 British people. They found the cheap pills had no significant impact for 49 per cent of the patients.Nottingham University researchers used data from 165,400 British people. They found the cheap pills had no significant impact for 49 per cent of the patients.

Half of patients taking statins won't reach 'healthy' cholesterol levels | Daily Mail Online

Statins are failing adequately to reduce cholesterol in more than half of patients, a major review has found.Statins are failing adequately to reduce cholesterol in more than half of patients, a major review has found.

Statins failing adequately to reduce cholesterol in 'half' of patients

Fresh research questions the merit of the cholesterol-lowering pills taken by millions of Britons.Fresh research questions the merit of the cholesterol-lowering pills taken by millions of Britons.

Statins 'don't work well for one in two people' - BBC News

Millions of patients taking statins to lower the risk of heart disease fail to achieve the recommended levels of cholesterol reduction.Millions of patients taking statins to lower the risk of heart disease fail to achieve the recommended levels of cholesterol reduction.

Half of statins patients don't hit 'healthy' cholesterol levels | Inquirer Technology