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is there any otc drug that can help reduce cholestrol?

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Dr. Justin Brown
13 years experience Internal Medicine
Red yeast rice: This supplement has shown improvement for some people. Also, fish oil supplementation is a viable option. I would discuss these medications with your primary care doctor.
Answered on Sep 28, 2016
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