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What's the cheapest effective statin drug?

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Dr. Bennett Werner
Cardiology 44 years experience
Walmart: Lovastatin (mevacor), and pravastatin (pravachol) are available from walmart and many other pharmacies for $4 (for a month's supply). Simvastatin (zocor) is available generically but costs about $30 for a month's supply (20 mg). Atorvastatin (lipitor) has also become generic but i don't have access to the price. A double strength pill of any of the above cut in half will cut your cost in half.
Dr. Jenni Ramsey
Pharmacology 16 years experience
You live in Michigan? Meijer is now offering generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) for free!
Oct 1, 2012

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