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A 75-year-old patient should be offered a statin for primary prevention - Discussion.

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A 75-year-old patient should be offered a statin for primary prevention - PRO.

Speaker: Professor C. Baigent (Oxford, GB)

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A 75-year-old patient should be offered a statin for primary prevention - CON.

Speaker: Doctor R. Redberg (San Francisco, US)

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Controversies in Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: Statin for Primary Prevention at Age 75

Speakers: Professor C. Baigent, Doctor R. Redberg
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