Politically Incorrect Medicine December 2012

Sure thing, statistical crap shoot or total bust?
The shaky basis of common medical treatments

Do the popular drugs used to treat common medical “problems” such as high cholesterol and osteoporosis work? Not usually. In fact, nearly never. How about blood pressure drugs — not at all, it appears, in the majority of people being treated. How do we know this? Because this is exactly what the very best, highest quality scientific evidence tells us.

Alan Inglis MD

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Drug treatments for common medical problems barely work or don’t work at all

Politically Incorrect Medicine December 2012

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Safe, cheap protocols for common conditions

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