New 30p drug to slash cholesterol without any side effects ‘just months away’

New 30p drug to slash cholesterol without any side effects ‘just months away’

A NEW cholesterol-busting pill clears clogged arteries without the distressing side effects of statins, research has shown.

It is hoped the 30p-a-day drug, now just “months away” from being available over the counter, could protect against heart disease.

The capsules contain a “supercharged enzyme” that slashes bad cholesterol without the headaches, nosebleeds or joint pain commonly suffered by the 10 million people in Britain who take statins.


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