Cholesterol Medicine Is Useful For Eyesight

Canada Global (Web News) Cholesterol-lowering medicine can reduce eye disease in diabetic patients. Diabetes can damage the fine blood vessels in the back of the eye. Diabetic retinopathy is one of the five leading causes of vision loss worldwide. According to the latest research, a drug called fenofibrate, which has been used to control cholesterol for more than 30 years, may cause the condition. Dr. Lucy Chambers, head of research communication at Diabetes UK, said the eye problems “diabetes However, timely measures can prevent the early signs of the damage process.

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