Re: Statins increase T2 diabetes?
No "we". You had your comments as well on related
topics and perhaps on point as well. As I recall you
are normally a bit more conventional in your views
from were I sit. And someone needs to voice your
position/ that view. Nothing is more sickening than
a Yahoo group were everyone agrees but knows
I really do not understand what you what your saying at all.
I was just pointing out that this is not a fresh discovery, unknown
til now. And I do remember you discussed it before, that's where I
first heard it and thought it noteworthty. As I recall I didn't post
anything to that thread at all.
"As I recall you
are normally a bit more conventional in your views from were I sit."
What does that mean? I really don't know. My opinions and views are
formed by real world evidence and logic. If that's conventional, then
Basically, One out of 165 people treated with a certain statin will
develop diabetes in 5 years.
See: www.thennt.com - This is the best way to evaluate any drug
benefits vs harm.
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