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this is the third example of easy to follow links I have read today, it would appear that a lot of doctors and/or authors of these articles have observed what is going on and have decided to do something about it, all good news even if it is a bit late for the majority of us though.
I must admit that I am starting to think that something is going on in the background but that's maybe me just being suspicious, even the Mayo Clinic is acknowledging things as in p0ps post.
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Allen: The simple rise in the number of "formulated" supplements now being made available that are obviously designed to address the statin myopathy problem tells me the condition is well known at least as it provides a revenue stream for opportunistic suppliers. What seems to be lacking is the "straw" to break the camel's back.
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