Studies: Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Could Help MS Patients Studies suggest that a drug millions of Americans take to lower cholesterol may help people with multiple sclerosis. But experts urge doctors and patients to wait for evidence that it works in humans. NPR's Richard Knox reports.

Studies: Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Could Help MS Patients

Studies: Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Could Help MS Patients

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Studies suggest that a drug millions of Americans take to lower cholesterol may help people with multiple sclerosis. But experts urge doctors and patients to wait for evidence that it works in humans. NPR's Richard Knox reports.