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  • Study claiming negative news stories about statins caused deaths is very misleading says Dr. Chand

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    Friday, September 16, 2016 12:30 pm Email this article

    Regarding a paper claiming that news stories about statin side effects caused people to die from heart attacks because they had stopped their statins [which I think is complete nonsense], Dr. Kailash Chand, deputy chairman of the British Medical Association, who is an outspoken critic of what he regards as industry-driven hype surrounding statins, “argued that in his view the conclusions of the study were ‘very misleading’ and detracted from the real issues surrounding statins - lack of transparency over the drugs’ side effects and the fact that their benefits have been ‘grossly exaggerated’” according to an article from Dec 2015 article published on the Daily Mail Online.


    PRESS ASSOCIATION. UK health expert slams new statin research over author’s ‘conflict of interest. Daily Mail, 2015 Dec 2; posted here.

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