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Ivor Cummins and Paul Mason on using multiple medical tests

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  • Ivor Cummins and Paul Mason on using multiple medical tests

    Here is an interesting very recent interview by Ivor Cummins of Paul Mason. Paul Mason explains how he integrates tools such as CAC score, CIMT test, A1C/FBG, CGM and insulin testing into his treatment plans for his patients.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRpWBJ2A0O8

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    This is a good series. Particularly they discuss an item we were debating on this forum..... which is better for judging progress on CVD reversal, CIMT or Cardiac Calcium Scan. They seemed to agree that you get a CAC scan every few years to judge plaque burden, and you use the CIMT more frequently to judge how your lifestyle interventions are working. Seems sensible.

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    • #3
      Yes. CIMT is much better for detecting progress.

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