Statin pioneer wins 'U.S. Nobel'

One of Big Pharma's patron scientists won the prestigious Lasker Award for medical research. Akira Endo discovered the first cholesterol-lowering statin, touching off a development trend that would culminate in some of the biggest-selling drugs of all time. Report

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