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Is Zocor a Blood Thinner?

Zocor has quickly become one of the most popular prescription drugs currently on the market. Many potential users of Zocor ask the question, is Zocor a blood thinner? To put it simply, the answer is no. Zocor is a statin drug used under normal circumstances to reduce the production of cholesterol in the body. A blood thinner, on the other hand, is an anticoagulant drug that is used to stop unwanted blood clotting.

by Susan White on Tue, 09/14/2010 - 14:17

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