Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 25th, 2008
"Observational Studies in patients treated with oral statins for lipid-lowering have been controversial. The likely reason for their inconsistent effects is that the statin concentration reaching, the periphery Was too low after oral administration to produce a reproducible biologic effect. Thus, We examined the effects of lovastatin (LV) given transdermally in a well-described preclinical model of fracture repair. Effects oil the healing fracture callus were...
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