Health bodies greatly encourage treatment with cholesterol-lowering statins since it emerged the drug could slash the risk of stroke and heart attack for millions. But reports of side effects have given rise to nagging doubts about whether the benefits outweigh the risks. Some studies have looked closely at how the drug interacts with specific body parts, such as the legs, for instance. Researchers have observed some tissue damage that could give rise to sudden, and sharp pain.
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