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So very good reading for the lay as well.
In a personal account as a victim of serious side effects of Lipitor Dr. Graveline describes the frightening experience he had when first using the drug.
This is a thoroughly documented book that debunks the lies told by drug makers and doctors about the supposed need for statins.
I am very glad that I read this book and consequently refused to take Statin drugs, which can cause horrific side effects in some people. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rosemarie Frowiss
I find Dr. Graveline's book and his information compelling and believable. I had a similar "TGA" (Transient Global Amnesia) event, in which I was driving and ended up... Read morePublished 6 months ago by RocketScience
Not only did Dr. Graveline give his own experience with severe transglobal amnesia as a result of taking Lipitor, but those of others, and a complete description of what statin... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lynn B. Rivas
Every doctor should read this book.
An amazing account of the danger of taking statins.
It is also gives a new and very welcome account of why cholesterol is not just... Read more
I read this book when it was first published, and has since given a copy to several friends, and they have thanked me sincerely.Published 8 months ago by LOULOU M
Ordered for a friend so cannot give a review .Friend developed Parkinson and wanted to read up on Lipitor. So I gave him this bookPublished 9 months ago by Howard B. Holcombjr
A very readable book from clearly an expert in the subject of TGA. I will be recommending it to my physician!!Published 9 months ago by Anthony Maple-Brown
After reading Graveline's treatise, I ceased Crestor in favor a better diet and more exercise and feel great relief from frustrating symptoms.Published 14 months ago by GCT
Scary to realize that loss of memory can be caused by such a popular drug. As we age, we all worry about "senior moments", losing our car keys, or our glasses. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Walter R. Mead