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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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