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A Chinese study of over 5,000 high-risk adults, published in JAMA Network Open, showed significantly lower baseline arterial stiffness values for statin users, as well as slower progression of arterial stiffness over time.[1]  On average, statin users had a baseline brachial-ankle pulse wave velocity (baPWV) that was 33.6 centimeters per second lower than non-users. In addition, statin users'...