This case involves an eighty-one-year-old male who passed away due to cardiovascular disease. His autopsy report stated that the cause of death was due to arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, aortic disease, and mitral valve disease. Months prior to his death, he visited his cardiologist for an echocardiogram. It revealed thickened calcification deposits on the aortic valve leaflets and aortic insufficiency. Physical exam also showed the patient to be presyncopal and dyslipidemic, with bilateral carotid bruits. The patient was not prescribed cardiovascular medications or anti-cholesterol medications to slow the progression of the disease.