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If your doctor sees calcium, he knows you have heart disease

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Dr. Barry Sears

What kills you is the soft vulnerable plaques that can’t be seen. When they rupture due to increased inflammation, you usually die.  A calcified plaque is actually quite stable toward rupture. Calcified plaques are a sign of past heart disease; soft vulnerable plaques are sign of current ongoing heart disease.

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  1. Corinne Mojkowski

    Dear Dr. Sears, Can sclerodegenerative valve disease be corrected? Can anything be done to prevent further damage? (I have begun taking Dr. Sears fish oil liquid and Dr. Sears polyphenols.) Thank you.

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