Saturday, January 30, 2010

Research News

Studies with mice show statins just might help cavernous malformations. Those lucky, lucky mice. The better news is The University of Utah announces possible study involving statins and cavernous angiomas in humans.

(Wary) excitement, we have it.

Read more here, here, here, and as always, my favorite newsletter (Angioma Alliance) here.

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