I somewhat agree with Lindacarol, the thought of statins in drinking water sounds a bit scary and would only make me buy more bottled mineral water. This is the same reason why I only buy organic, free-range meat which hasn't been pumped full of antibiotics just to make it grow faster. This is partly how resistance can develop.
However, in your case, statins might be a good thing. Many people on antibiotic therapy take both LDN and statins as well. I don't, but David did think at one time of prescribing them for me because amongst other things they do have some anti-CPn qualities. However, in my case I think it was good that I didn't want to take them because I have the evidence that my improvements happened just with the antibiotics, which other people don't if they are taking everything under the sun. If my disease hadn't been so actively progressive, meaning that I could reverse the progression with equal rapidity, I might have been tempted, though. What really put me off was the fact that I didn't need them for lowering cholesterol, disregarding any other benefits.
As far as the increased risk of cancer, it all boils down to statistics. Someone who takes hormone replacement therapy at menopause runs a higher risk of breast cancer, but they are still far, far more likely not to get it than succumb.
You have a very good GP and I'm sure you will discuss all this together.
An Itinerary in Light and Shadow Completed Dr Charles Stratton / Dr David Wheldon abx regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years. Still improving with no relapses since starting. Can't run but can paint all day.