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Is there a medication to treat arteriosclerosis?
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Dr. Andrew Kaplan
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Yes
The primary type of medication to treat arteriosclerosis is one that will lower cholesterol.
The most common ones are in the statin family, although others, especially niacin, may be useful. Antiinflammatory drugs such as fish oil may also be useful, although the data is less clear.

In brief: Yes
The primary type of medication to treat arteriosclerosis is one that will lower cholesterol.
The most common ones are in the statin family, although others, especially niacin, may be useful. Antiinflammatory drugs such as fish oil may also be useful, although the data is less clear.
Dr. Andrew Kaplan
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