Diabetes, Arterial Calcification and Statin Drugs George is a 54 year old diabetic on statin drug for coronary artery disease. Five years ago, George had an episode of chest pain, which prompted a cardiac cath, during which a stent was … Continue reading →
Cholesterol Levels and Atherosclerosis: Autopsy Studies Show No Correlation By Jeffrey Dach MD Drs William Ware (25) and Uffe Ravnskov(1) have both pointed out an inconvenient truth. Many autopsy studies dating back to 1936 all show the same finding: cholesterol … Continue reading →
Atherosclerosis: How Does it Happen? Reversing Heart Disease Part Two – by Jeffrey Dach MD A Brief Review of Part I In part one, we discussed the Coronary Calcium Score, which is useful because it provides an estimate of total … Continue reading →
Atherosclerotic Plaque as Infected Biofilm by Jeffrey Dach MD I first met Stephen Fry M.D. a couple of years ago at his booth at the ACAM meeting at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, and enjoyed an interesting conversation about his … Continue reading →
Atherosclerosis and Heart Disease: How Does it Happen? by Jeffrey Dach, MD. Atherosclerotic plaque formation is a series of events. The very first event is the deposition of lipoproteins called the Fatty Streak which eventually becomes the lipid core of the … Continue reading →
How to Reverse Heart Disease with the Coronary Calcium Score.The AHA (American Heart Association) has steadfastly denied for many years that Coronary Calcium Scoring was a valid marker of heart disease. Well, apparently they were wrong….Read More Last updated on October 4th, 2018 … Continue reading →
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