Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
has been preventable, reversible, even curable, since 1994.
I am living proof.

Scroll to the very bottom first, to see actual images of my heart’s arteries, taken on July 27, 2011. The attending cardiologist reported, “No obstructive disease.” His nurse leaned over my gurney and said, “I hope my arteries are as clean right now as yours.”
Then go back to the top of that page and view the progression of my coronary artery disease, including documented blockages up to 80 and 90 percent, leading to the insertion of three stents in 2003.
                   Those darn stents!
Not long ago, my heart doctor said, “If you did  not have those three stents in your heart, I would have you on no heart medications at all.” There is a 1 to 5 percent chance stents will unravel and cause a blood clot. 
View actual pages from my medical record here: 
DLeake CAD History 1989 to 2011
Names and Websites You Should Visit
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Duane Graveline

Duane Graveline,
   MD MPH 
Website on Statins
Facebook Page
SpaceDoc on Twitter

Dr. Kendrick

Malcolm Kendrick,
Video: Cholesterol
    and Heart Disease
Thought Provoking

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Thomas Levy, MD
–Video: The Power 
         of Vitamin C
              Vitamin C
MedFox Publishing

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Owen Fonorow, PhD
Doctor of
–Website: http://paulingtherapy.com/
The Vitamin C

J. Campbell

Johnathan Campbell, Naturopathic Health Consultant
Dangers of Statin
Natural Cures –
    Natural Therapies

    That Work
Health Alerts
Toxic Alerts

Website for The International Network of Cholesterol
Skeptics (THINCS)

One Pharmacist’s View of Coronary Heart Disease:
Comparing the “Lipid Theory” with the “Unified Theory”


Berkeley Heart Lab: “Lp(a)”

Report: “Blood Coagulation Abnormalities Produced by
Feeding Cholesterol to Rabbits” 

Spoof cartoon supporting Dr. Kendrick’s work

Article by Dr. Rath: What you Need to Know About the Fradulent Nature of the Pharmaceutical Investment Business With Disease

Consumer Reports Magazine
article, “Women and statins: When the drugs may not make sense”

Other Important Links
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Disclaimer: As you may have noticed, I am not a doctor, only a (former) patient. The content of this website should not substitute for medical advice from a health professional. If you have a health problem, speak to your doctor or another health professional immediately about your condition. If necessary, shop for an MD or DO who is at least open to discussion about the Pauling/Rath protocol.