David H. Leake is a retired Naval Reserve Captain and public relations professional. He developed coronary artery disease at age 48. He has undergone two angioplasty procedures and has three stents permanently implanted in his heart. Every statin drug he was prescribed over several years eventually led to disturbing side effects. Lipitor was the last ... and worst. With no statin alternative remaining, he panicked. Nearly all his relatives had died of heart disease. Leake began an extensive search of the Internet, looking for any glimmer of hope. His quest finally led him to a 1994 patent, a cure for heart disease. In this book he reveals how following the regimen prescribed by that patent led to complete reversal of his coronary artery disease. He wants the world to know there really is an inexpensive, non-prescription treatment to prevent, reverse and cure heart disease, and possibly prevent strokes as well..
jpoww wrote:And she has never had stenosis or clogging of those stents? I wanted to see if anyone else who has had stents ever tried to stop a stain and clotted up again?
I understand. We went to see another cardiologist today and he also said, stains like lipator keep the stents open, it widens the arteries too.
jpoww wrote:...The only reason I keep arguing with myself over this is because after a year of my husband weaning himself off lipitor, he has a major heart attack. ...
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