Gerhard Lehrer, who suffered a heart attack in early 1989, was given these pills to take. The doctor praised the red-and-white capsules when her husband was taken to hospital. "You can only get them with me," he said. Three weeks after being discharged from hospital, Lehrer felt steadily worse and was told to stop taking the pills and hand them back. He disobeyed and kept them. He died a year later.