Wednesday, January 05, 2011
The first trial of the polypill, a daily tablet combining several low-dose drugs that could protect against heart attacks and strokes, is launched in Britain.
It is the first trial of the drug among over-50s in the UK, The Guardian reported.
The idea was first put forward by two British professors in 2003.
Prof. Sir Nicholas Ward and Prof. Malcolm Law, from the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine at Queen Mary, University of London, suggested in a paper in the British Medical Journal that a pill combining low doses of several drugs to bring down cholesterol and blood pressure could save lives.
"The polypill strategy could largely prevent heart attacks and stroke if taken by everyone aged 55 and older and everyone with existing cardiovascular disease,” they wrote.'
The Wolfson Institute is funded by a number of Zionist organisations including the City of London Corporation and the Rothschilds
Posted by DotConnector at 07:49