(or Simvastatin) was first introduced in the market as a cholesterol lowering drug, which is an effective treatment to prevent many heart ailments. Zocor was approved by the in 1991 and became the highest selling cholesterol-lowering drug on the market. However, after a vast array of side effects and complications attributed to the medication came to light, sales fell off at an alarming rate. Since then, studies have shown that serious muscle damage was the most prominent side effect shown. As a result of damage to muscles and other side effects, lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturer. Today we outline some of the case studies performed on Zocor.

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