Why are news organizations still covering something that happened months ago?
In June, Public Citizen's Sidney Wolf repeated his old charges from March against Crestor in the British medical journal The Lancet, despite the fact that the FDA has continued to say that Crestor is safe when prescribed appropriately.
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