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Written in plain words, to be understood by the general public, the book explains that niacin is a 'designer drug' that does everything right: lowers total cholesterol and 'bad' cholesterol, raises 'good' cholesterol, reduces triglycerides, and does all this without diet and at much lower cost than other drugs. Niacin therapy requires medical supervision, is safe and inexpensive, reduces heart attacks, strokes, cardiovascular surgery, and deaths.
William B. Parsons Jr., M.D., was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, where he attended college and medical school. He trained in internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic, where he conducted the first systematic study of niacin to control cholesterol and introduced it to the medical world (1955-1956), practiced medicine and continued niacin research in Madison, WI (1956-1973), then went on to practice medicine in Scottsdale, AZ for more than 20 years. He is the author of many medical articles, including chapters in three books.
|Author||William B. Parsons Jr., M.D.|
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