Statins could halve the risk of dying from cancer

Statins could cut the risk of dying of cancer by up to half, major research suggests.

A mass study of almost 150,000 people found those taking the cheap cholesterol-lowering drugs were far more likely to survive the disease.

Experts at the world’s biggest cancer conference in Chicago said they were “very excited” by the new findings about the drugs which are already taken by eight million Britons.

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