Heart disease may be partly reversed with very high doses of statins. The drugs cause significant drops in LDL (“bad”) cholesterol—stopping the progression of heart disease and, in some cases, reversing it. Results are preliminary and more research is needed, but reducing cholesterol levels aggressively, especially focusing on LDL, provides substantial cardiovascular benefits.

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