Is There a Generic for Crestor?

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Crestor is a type of statin drug. Statin drugs are known for the ability to help lower cholesterol and prevent strokes, heart attacks and so forth. There is a generic form of Crestor, known as Rosuvastatin.
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Yes, Crestor is already available in generic forms. It is available in generic rosuvastatin or rosuvastatin calcium. The medication is used to control high cholesterol and triglyceride level in blood.
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