Just a brief mention of this one:
Use of dietary linoleic acid for secondary prevention of coronary heart disease and death: evaluation of recovered data from the Sydney Diet Heart Study and updated meta-analysis
merely because they used the same miraculous safflower oil as featured in the last post. This was a secondary prevention trial and increased safflower oil derived linoleic acid to around 15% of calories, again with no attempt to remove the ubiquitous industrial trans fatty acids from the control diet.
Here is the all cause mortality over 5 years
It's interesting that the increased death rate kicked in almost immediately, ie there is a case to be made for direct toxicity rather than the rather abstract concept of accelerated ageing that I've speculated about previously.
Ramsden published these recovered data in 2013. I guess seven years might be a little too soon for it to have filtered down to the World Health Organisation or Public Health England.
Talk about blood on their hands.