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April 2013

Science by Ambush

Despite improvements in prevention and treatment, heart disease kills 600,000 Americans each year, and stroke nearly 130,000. In the face of this epidemic carnage, the American Medical Association published a report questioning the value of fish oil in cardiovascular disease patients. This rebuttal exposes the many flaws in the American Medical Association report, the inaccurate portrayal of it by the media, and the inability of most doctors to understand that successful treatment of atherosclerotic disease requires more than one intervention.

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