Statins May Slow Human Aging by Protecting Against Telomere Shortening: A Feature of Senescent Cells
See the attached FLAT OUT BIG LIE from Big Pharma paid propagandists.
Statin drugs are DOCUMENTED to be telomere destroying, and life destroying, in multiple MD authored books, in the technical reading section of this website.
Drugs KILL, Plants CURE.
~ Uncle Russ
Not only do statins extend lives by lowering cholesterol levels and reducing the risks of cardiovascular disease, but new research in the September 2013 issue of The FASEB Journal suggests that they may extend lifespans as well. Specifically, statins may reduce the rate at which telomeres shorten, a key factor in the natural aging process. This opens the door for using statins, or derivatives of statins, as an anti-aging therapy.