Cholesterol Drug War: What if it’s all a lie?
We’ve been told that medications to lower cholesterol can save lives. And now over 40 million worldwide take drugs to lower their cholesterol.
But what if the majority of these patients won’t benefit from taking these pills?
And, what if drug companies are distorting the data to make
Dr. Maryanne Demasi puts the
U.S. Statin Drug Fraud Uncovered In Australia
ABC News in Australia has done an incredible investigative report on cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, daring to expose organized crime in the pharmaceutical industry in the U.S. This is an area where no mainstream media outlet in the USA dares to go, due to the influence of the pharmaceutical industry.
In this excellent investigative documentary, “Heart of the Matter Part 1 & 2″, cardiologists are interviewed to reveal the fraud of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, and the criminal activity that has allowed this class of drug to become the best-selling drug class of all-time.
Expert Cardiologists Reveal…”Not A Single Study Showing Statins Lengthen Or Save Lives.”
Some of the top cardiologists in the U.S. have stated that there is not one single study showing that people who take statins will actually live longer. This fraud is now coming out into the open.
Professor Beatrice Colomb, Internal medicine at the University of California San Diego states, “It is a fact that pharmaceutical companies are practicing scientific fraud and it’s a fact that it’s organized crime.”
Professor Rita Redberg, a world renown cardiologist at UCSF, states, ” the only people that live longer from taking statin drugs are those who have already suffered a heart attack or stroke.” She further states, “Out of these people, only 1 or 2 out of 100 will benefit from taking a statin. What people don’t understand is that the other 98 will get no benefit at all. It is not going to reduce their chance of dying.”
The Statin Hoax
Statin drugs are being prescribed not only to people with elevated cholesterol and LDL but are also to healthy people as a form of prevention. Statin drugs have been linked with causing diabetes,
I wish this were an over-exaggeration, but
It is important, for you as the patient, to question any drug your doctor suggests. Look up the side effects of that drug. Go to the FDA’s website to see if a warning (also called a ‘Black Box Warning’ has been issued on the drug. Most people are lulled into complacency. They believe that the side effects only affect a small percentage of people. This is an inaccurate assumption. Drug companies must list side effects because THEY HAVE BEEN SHOWN to happen in
If you are taking a statin medication (Lipitor, Crestor, Zocor,
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