Archive for October, 2014

Alzheimer’s: the new radical life-style program that can reverse it

6 by / on 26 Oct 2014, / in dementia

The obvious problem with the recent government announcement that doctors will be paid for diagnosing people with dementia, is that there is no approved form of treatment. This is because research funding has all concentrated on finding a drug that will slow the disease down or even stop it in its tracks.

Current Posts – 26 October 2014

by / on 26 Oct 2014, / in editorial

Experts in Alzheimer’s disease agree […]

Statin wars: You thought it was about the evidence – Chief Scientific Advisor says you’re wrong

1 by / on 22 Oct 2014, / in evidence based medicine, statins

Regular readers of the “Statin Wars” soap that we’ve been following here for several months will be eager to know the result of the survey sent to members of the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) last month. (Read More…)

Current Posts – 22 October 2014

by / on 22 Oct 2014, / in editorial

How naïve we’ve been. For […]

Statin wars: New episode. The Empire Strikes back

1 by / on 5 Oct 2014, / in statins

If you aren’t confused about what is going on with statins then you haven’t been paying attention. As an example of just how convoluted it’s getting, take the email forwarded to me last week that had gone to members of the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) asking them to fill in a short survey about any patients who had stopped taking statins… (Read More…)

Current Posts – 05 October 2014

by / on 5 Oct 2014, / in editorial

We’ve written a lot about […]

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