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... My cardiologist recently took me off of Lipitor and does not recommend statins for any of his patients, regardless of what their blood cholesterol reading is. Why? ... (29 replies)
... Yesterday I downloaded and read "The Lipitor Dilemma", in the Smart Money magazine. ... (29 replies)
... :wave: And my small town..starting with me. ;) (29 replies)

... One of my biggest concerns with Lipitor is their ad. It says "LIPITOR has not been shown to prevent heart disease or heart attack. ... (29 replies)
... The original toxiciology studies done on Lipitor did not showing it crossing into the brain, although amounts too small to detect by the tests done on the nervous system tissue might be crossing over. ... (29 replies)
... I read the entire "Lipitor Dilemma" article and the loss of memory and cognitive aspects of the drug are really scary. I think I will study the hell out of any treatment regimen a doctor tries to put me on. ... (29 replies)
... What I would like to know is, what percentage of doctors out there who are pushing these drugs are actually taking them themselves? When I say "these drugs", I mean statins such as Lipitor. (29 replies)
... They didn't add Q10 due to patent and approval hastles. (29 replies)
... rate statement would be "high LDL and low HDL are associated with heart disease." Regarding your statement about supplementing your body with Q10 to make up for the depletion of that coenzyme, Pfizer once thought of producing a Lipitor that had coenzyme Q10 in its formula. Why do you thnk they didn't do that? ... (29 replies)
... At one point he was treating side effect symptoms, and I ended up on 24 pills. Then one snowy night i went into a seizure and stopped breathing. I ended up in the hospital for 7 days. Now i research every drug that goes into my body. My dr insist that i take zetia or Liptor. ... (29 replies)
... someone else has done his homework on cholesterol and statin drugs. I have spent recently over 200 hours on cholesterol and statin research. Cholesterol is NOT the problem. Cholesterol is there for a reason. One thing woodwork didn't mention is what your body uses cholesterol for. Look it up! ... (29 replies)
... Hmmm, it appears these same drugs have saved a lot of lives. Of course they are developed and sold for the money. ... (5 replies)
... Half the deaths in the United States since 1900 have been attributed to heart disease. America now leads the world in death rates from heart disease. The conditions included are coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathy, hypertension and arrhythmias. ... (29 replies)
... a loop diuretic. Diltiazem is a calcium channel blocker. sorry about the mistake. ... (29 replies)
... I hope you do well with your "heart disease". I hope the book sales go well also! ... (29 replies)
... ue to the increased cost of producing such a product, their product would thus cost much more, and maybe they felt their ability to compete with other statins on the market would be hampered. ... (29 replies)
... That's quite a claim. Please back it up with studies. It is well known that high LDL and low HDL cause heart disease. mentioned Q10 depletion with satins (causing irregular heat beats) can supplement Q10 when taking a statin. (29 replies)
... My point is that, given the above, there is no sense in trying to affect your cholesterol. Your blood cholesterol, LDL and HDL readings are of no consequence. ... (29 replies)
... Memoirs of an Outsider that Witnessed the Carnage at Jonestown, Guyana, published originally in 1998 and hopefully being released in a revised edition next year or the year after. ... (29 replies)
... Thank you for the posts! Admittedly I am a cynic and skeptic and those two attributes have served me well these past 56 years. ... (29 replies)

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