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View Poll Results: what do the authors recommend doing when c-reactive protein levels are elevated?
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statins are recommended as they are particularly effective in the presence of elevated CRP levels 7 100.00%
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Old September 1st, 2002, 14:53
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what do the authors recommend doing when c-reactive protein levels are elevated?

statins seem to be especially helpful when CRP levels are elevated.

Also, as noted in recent news articles posted on, exercise has been shown to lower CRP levels. However, this finding was not discussed in the article.
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