Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans. It is predicted that the cost of treating heart disease for Americans will reach a staggering $800 billion per year by 2030. An inexpensive cure for heart disease exists, but the FDA has recently banned several companies from marketing this cure. "Cardio Crime" is an expose of how large institutions such as the AMA, AHA and FDA, will protect their self interest and stifle innovative health care therapies even if the evidence strongly points to safety and efficacy.
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