Top Heart Professor Advises Millions to Stop Taking Statins


Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs don’t lower the risk of death, according to leading heart Professor Sherif Sultan. Furthermore, the side effects often outweigh any benefits:

Prof Sultan also highlighted studies showing a link with statins and increased risk of side effects including diabetes, cataracts, renal failure, liver failure, impotence, breast cancer, nerve damage, depression and muscle pains.

He said: “People are taking this drug to prevent a problem and creating a disaster.”

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