Professor Bernard Debré Says Cholesterol Isn’t Bad but Statins Are

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French professor Bernard Debré recently released a controversial book claiming that cholesterol medications are a farce and that high cholesterol as a disease is a deception invented by the pharmaceutical industry.  Debre´ writes, “A rate of high cholesterol is not the cause of myocardial infarction and stroke.” Furthermore he says cholesterol is safe and that statins are prescribed unnecessarily in at least 9 out of 10 cases. Globally, the market reach for statins is nearly 25 billon dollars per year treating more than 200 million patients. After studying 50 clinical trails, Debré says statins “have in no way altered the frequency of cardiovascular diseases.”

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