You'll hear that pioglitazone (Actos) slows atherosclerosis

You'll hear that pioglitazone (Actos) slows atherosclerosis.

Recent evidence suggests slower progression of atherosclerosis in patients taking pioglitazone compared to glimepiride (Amaryl).

This doesn't seem to be due to pioglitazone's glucose-lowering effect...it might be due to changes in lipids or other factors.

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