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ACP Journal Club. Review: statins are not associated with cognitive impairment or dementia in cognitively intact adults



ACP Journal Club. Review: statins are not associated with cognitive impairment or dementia in cognitively intact adults



Annals of Internal Medicine 160(10): Jc11, Jc10-Jc11, Jc10




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Accession: 051291639

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PMID: 24842433

DOI: 10.7326/0003-4819-160-10-201405200-02011


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