Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)'s Catalyst programme once broadcasted a two-episode of 1 hour documentation titled "Heart of the matter", explaining the "cholesterol drug war". It was more than 2 years ago. I wasn't aware of this until recently, when Sydney Morning Herald reported about 60,000 people quit cholesterol medicine after viewing "unbalanced" TV program. Sensational, isn't it?
ABC has now removed the video from its Catalyst website due to the pressure from related authorities. Being sceptical about the medicine industry, I went on-line to find these videos, and thankfully, it can still be viewed (at the moment of writing).
The programme explains about how the "weak hypothesis" of the link between cholesterol and heart attack can become today's medical dogma. I do not deny that the programme is biased, but if this is the truth that has been concealed for decades, what is wrong with being biased?