8 doctors weighed in:
What are the role of statins on cardio-vascular disease?
8 doctors weighed in

Dr. Timothy Byrnes
Internal Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Several
1/ reduce bad cholesterol.
2/ reduce inflammatory reactions. 3/ reduce tone in arteries (help the artery to relax and permit better blood flow. I think has a role in healing of the injury cholesterol does to the artery.

In brief: Several
1/ reduce bad cholesterol.
2/ reduce inflammatory reactions. 3/ reduce tone in arteries (help the artery to relax and permit better blood flow. I think has a role in healing of the injury cholesterol does to the artery.
Dr. Timothy Byrnes
Dr. Timothy Byrnes
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Dr. Ramalingaier Parameswaran
may also help prevent further accumulation of vascular plaques or in some instances cause regression of established plaques. May halt progression of vascular disease and its symptoms.
Dr. Larry Hollier
Surgery - Vascular
2 doctors agree
In brief: To stabilize plaques
Statins reduce the build up of arterial plaques and reduce the inflammatory response on plaques.

In brief: To stabilize plaques
Statins reduce the build up of arterial plaques and reduce the inflammatory response on plaques.
Dr. Larry Hollier
Dr. Larry Hollier
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