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  • Two cholesterol drugs, Zocor plus Zetia, increased the risk of death by 4%, cancer 48% - Part 1


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    A 4-year study found that the combination of two cholesterol-lowering drugs -- Zocor (a statin) plus Zetia -- did not reduce the total risk of death.

    In fact, the overall death rate was 4% higher in people given these drugs.

    This may have been due to random chance, but at the very least, it shows that that these drugs did absolutely no good whatsoever.

    But wait. There's more.

    People given these drugs had more cancer.

    People given these drugs had more congestive heart failure.

    People given these drugs had more strokes.

    People given these drugs had more violent or accidental deaths, which may have included suicides.

    People given these drugs had more deaths listed as “other” or “Could not be classifed”.

    So the bottom line is These drugs did NOT reduce the risk of total risk of death but they DID increase the risk of cancer and death from other causes.

    I will post separate videos showing the increased risk of cancer and other problems associated with these drugs.

    How many doctors and patients would take these drugs if they were told the truth?

    That is, if they were told…

    “These drugs will NOT reduce your risk of dying…

    “But may increase your risk of cancer”

    “… suicide…”
    “… violent or accidental death…”
    “… congestive heart failure and…”
    “… stroke.”

    Furthermore, what if doctors and patients were also knew that…

    These drugs have NEVER been shown to to benefit people over the age of 65…

    as noted in BusinessWeek, Jan 17, 2008, “Do Cholesterol Drugs Do Any Good?”

    These drugs have NEVER been shown to to benefit women of any age…

    as noted in BusinessWeek, Jan 17, 2008, “Do Cholesterol Drugs Do Any Good?”

    And because these drugs inhibit production of CoEnzyme Q10 (CoQ10) statins should NEVER be given to patients with Parkinson’s Disease because they lower levels of CoQ10.

    The reason I say this is that at least one study found that 1200 mg per day of CoQ10 reduced progression of Parkinson’s by about 50%.

    So anything that lower levels of CoQ10 should NEVER be given to people with Parkinson’s.

    What if people were also told Although statins dramatically reduce LDL cholesterol (Lipitor, Crestor, Zocor, Mevacor, Pravachol and Lescol )

    At least one researcher has said…

    “[C]urrent evidence supports ignoring LDL cholesterol altogether,”——Rodney A. Hayward, MD, Professor of Public Health and Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan as quoted in the cover story in BusinessWeek, Jan 17, 2008, “Do Cholesterol Drugs Do Any Good?”

    How many doctors and patients would view the recommendations on cholesterol differently if they knew that 8 out of 9 of the scientists on the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) panel which is a group from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) that has issued national recommendations on cholesterol levels and who should be taking these drugs have been given money or stocks or stock options by the drug companies selling these drugs?

    I will post other videos about this paper.

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