Are statins still safe?

Keith Fox, president of the British Cardiovascular Society, and Rory Collins, co-director of the University of Oxford's Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit, discuss the safety of statins, and how clever prescribing can overcome worries about myopathy. Also this week, Tony Delamothe, BMJ deputy editor, explains why the sudden interest in atrial fibrillation is making him queasy.
See also:
More Heart podcasts from the BCS conference
From rags to riches: the atrial fibrillation story

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Statins: 0:47

atrial fibrillation: 9:58