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Pancreas Pancreatitis and Anti-hyperlipidemics

A scientist has found that one of the commonly used antihyperlipidemic agents can decrease the incidence of acute pancreatitis in animal models. Which one of the following agents may fit this description?
A. Gemfibrozil
B. Lovastatin
C. Metformin
D. Neomycin
E. Cholestyramine
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A. Gemfibrozil????..
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yeaaa i think its A as it reduces TGs levels that are high enough to cause pancreatitis
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Gemfibrozi l i think. can't quite remember.
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