Chelation Therapy

One Doctor’s Change of Heart About Chelation Part II of II

One Doctor’s Change of Heart About Chelation Part II of II Dr. Lamas decided that modern clinical trials methodology could address the lingering question of chelation for coronary artery disease.  Unbeknownst to him, chelation practitioners had been pleading for a chelation trial for years.  They had the support of powerful congressmen and senators, but no …

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Scorned for Studying Chelation Therapy

The new heart patient asked Dr. Gervasio Lamas if he thought chelation therapy was worth a try. “Of course not!” the cardiologist replied emphatically. His Harvard training had taught him that alternative therapies were a waste of time and money, and potentially risky to boot. “I told him it was quackery.” But Lamas went home …

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Why Choose Chelation Therapy

There is a safe and effective alternative to bypass surgery for atherosclerosis.  Clinical benefits from chelation therapy vary with the total number of treatments received and with severity of the condition being treated.  More than 75% of patients treated have shown significant improvement from chelation therapy.  Symptoms improve, blood flow to diseased organs increases, need …

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Does IV Chelation Work for All Blood Vessels?

  The first study to determine the effectiveness of chelation was conducted by Norman Clark Sr., MD, the “father of chelation therapy in America.” Since then almost every study has proven chelation to be effective in restoring circulation. But does chelation work for all types of blood vessels? Occlusive blood vessel disorders in the heart, …

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Diabetics Greatest Risks and How It Can Be Cured.

While diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, blindness and lower limb amputations not caused by accidents or trauma, the most serious threat facing diabetic patients is death from heart attack or stroke. Eighty percent of hospitalizations for patients with diabetes are for macrovascular disorders, such as coronary disease, cerebrovascular disease and peripheral vascular …

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Silence of the Quackwatchers

The American College of Chest Physicians announced in January that over-the-counter cough syrups generally contain drugs in too low a dose to be effective or they contain combinations of drugs never known to treat coughs. Columnist Julie Deardorff of the Chicago Tribune, Jan22, 2006 notes that the “quack-watchers” -various internet watchdog groups like “Quackwatch”, “Homeowatch,” …

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