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Crestor (rosuvastatin) was FDA approved in August 2003 as a cholesterol-lowering drug. Lowering the "bad" cholesterol and triglycerides and raising "good" cholesterol in the blood, Crestor was intended as part of a treatment program that should also include a low-fat diet and exercise. The approval of Crestor was initially delayed for about a year after the FDA expressed concern over Crestor side effects when taking using 80-milligram doses. When FDA approval of Crestor was granted, the agency concluded it was safe for use at doses up to 40-milligrams. On Crestor labeling, there are warnings about the potential for muscle and kidney problems, but the Public Citizen consumer group does not feel warning labels are adequate action for the dangers Crestor poses. On March 4, 2004, not even a year after FDA approval, Public Citizen called on the FDA to immediately remove Crestor from the market. The petition was prompted after a 39-year old woman using Crestor died from kidney damage caused by a rare muscle destroying disease called rhabdomyolysis.

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