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Statin Drugs Should Never Be Used for a Person With Parkinsonism, Diabetes, or Cardiomyopathy

Statin Drugs Should Never Be Used for a Person With Parkinsonism, Diabetes, or Cardiomyopathy

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I just watched a relative die from mitochondrial failure, which I believe could have been fairly easily prevented. He had Parkinson’s disease. The doctor said that his body just shut down and he went into organ failure. The doctor said that it happens in Parkinson’s patients sometimes, but that no one knows why. (I think the “why” is fairly straightforward, but that will be explained as we go.)
My relative was a card-carrying member of the fundamentalist religion of medical orthodoxy, and he was not open to anything that I had to say about naturopathic or complementary care. The response was: “I go to the best specialists in this area. If what you are saying was really true (ie, really worked) then my doctor would know about it.” Even though I have helped a fair number of Parkinson’s patients to reduce their tremors and their need for Parkinson’s meds, as well as helped to improve their quality of life, I just don’t have the right initials behind my name. But, my patients don’t mind that at all; in fact, they seem to enjoy it.
I just watched a relative die from mitochondrial failure, which I believe could have been fairly easily prevented. He had Parkinson’s disease. The doctor said that his body just shut down and he went into organ failure. The doctor said that it happens in Parkinson’s patients sometimes, but that no one knows why. (I think the “why” is fairly straightforward, but that will be explained as we go.)
My relative was a card-carrying member of the fundamentalist religion of medical orthodoxy, and he was not open to anything that I had to say about naturopathic or complementary care. The response was: “I go to the best specialists in this area. If what you are saying was really true (ie, really worked) then my doctor would know about it.” Even though I have helped a fair number of Parkinson’s patients to reduce their tremors and their need for Parkinson’s meds, as well as helped to improve their quality of life, I just don’t have the right initials behind my name. But, my patients don’t mind that at all; in fact, they seem to enjoy it.

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Published by: InnoVision Health Media on Sep 20, 2013
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