NBC News obtained from sources in Pakistan a list of drugs found in Osama bin Laden's medicine cabinet, after Navy SEALs left the scene of the raid and Pakistan officials took over the compound.
The list shows that bin Laden as a fairly typical--almost American--consumer of over-the-counter medications. There was nothing to indicate he needed dialysis or had diabetes or Marfan syndrome. He did have secondary osetoporosis, according to physicians who examined photos of him over time. (That's an actual job, by the way, for physicians who'd want a career drawing up profiles about the health of world leaders or terrorists and feeding that information to intelligence analysts.)
Bin Laden stocked pain relievers for kids living at the compound, some home remedies for nerves and gastrointestinal upset, and Avena syrup, which is an extract of wild oats that's been associated with enhancing sexual desire. Much hay has been made from those wild oats, such as who might have been taking them.