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  1. CLAIM 1:
  2. "[Protein from dairy products] almost certainly contribute to a significant loss of bone calcium while vegetable-based diets clearly protect against bone loss".
  3. https://news.cornell.edu/stories/1996/11/eating-less-meat-may-help-reduce-osteoporosis-risk
  4. —Campbell in 1994 article in Cornell Chronicle
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  6. DEBUNKING OF 1:
  7. "The results strongly indicated that dietary calcium, especially from dairy sources, increased bone mass …. [C]alcium from dairy sources was correlated with bone variables to a higher degree than was calcium from the nondairy sources".
  8. http://www.ajcn.org/content/58/2/219.full.pdf+html
  9. —Campbell in Dietary calcium and bone density
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  11. CLAIM 2:
  12. "[Due to animal consumption raising cholesterol,] the findings from the China Study indicate that the lower the percentage of animal-based foods that are consumed, the greater the health benefits. "
  13. http://books.google.com/books?id=KgRR12F0RPAC&pg=PA242
  14. —Campbell on p242 of The China Study
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  16. CLAIM 3:
  17. "Plasma cholesterol is positively associated with animal protein intake and inversely associated with plant protein intake."
  18. http://www.news.cornell.edu/chronicle/01/6.28.01/china_study_ii.html
  19. —Campbell in 2001 article in Cornell Chronicle
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  21. DEBUNKING OF 2 & 3:
  22. "Within China neither plasma total cholesterol nor LDL cholesterol was associated with CVD. … The results indicate that geographical differences in CVD mortality within China are caused primarily by factors other than dietary or plasma cholesterol. … There were no significant correlations between the various cholesterol fractions and the three mortality rates."
  23. http://www.ajcn.org/content/52/6/1027.full.pdf
  24. —Campbell in Erythrocyte fatty acids, plasma lipids, and cardiovascular disease in rural China
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  26. CLAIM 4:
  27. "Liver cancer is strongly associated with increasing blood cholesterol."
  28. http://books.google.com/books?id=KgRR12F0RPAC&pg=PA104
  29. —Campbell on p104 of The China Study
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  31. DEBUNKING OF 4:
  32. "This produces…an inverse relation between cholesterol concentration and the risk of death from liver cancer or from other chronic liver disease."
  33. http://ukpmc.ac.uk/backend/ptpmcrender.cgi?accid=PMC1677354&blobtype=pdf
  34. —Campbell in Prolonged infection with hepatitis B virus and association between low blood cholesterol concentration and liver cancer
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  36. CLAIM 5:
  37. "[A]s blood cholesterol levels in rural China rose in certain counties the incidence of 'Western' diseases also increased".
  38. http://books.google.com/books?id=KgRR12F0RPAC&pg=PA78
  39. —Campbell on p78 of The China Study
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  41. DEBUNKING OF 5:
  42. "[I]t is the largely vegetarian, inland communities who have the greatest all risk mortalities and morbidities and who have the lowest LDL cholesterols".
  43. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1095643303000163
  44. —Campbell in Fish consumption, blood docosahexaenoic acid and chronic diseases in Chinese rural populations
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