Wednesday, March 28, 2012

EVIDENCE FOR DOCTOR Y

Dear Doctor Y:

Early developmental statins were called "ML-236B" and "compactin". Here is a small sampling of the evidence for which you requested, demonstrating that the developers knew that statins killed cells (which physicians in the dark hail as a "pleiotropic effect").





There's much, MUCH more. Without mevalonate, cells die. Read the book. Lawyers are.

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