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Re: More questions about Copper
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Re: More questions about Copper

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- Conversely, such metals as lead and mercury may interfere with the synthesis of ceruloplasmin or ferritin,
contributing to copper toxicity problems.

- The trace metal pattern of iron-storage disease suggests a relationship of iron, molybdenum, lead and
possibly copper as a cause of these diseases.

- A low tissue copper level is frequently associated with an elevated lead level. It has been established that
lead blocks copper en-zymatic reactions. The blocking of enzymatic reactions has serious ramifications on
many of life's most vital processes..

- Cases of multiple sclerosis, all of which had in common a dietary exposure to lead, have been reported.
Lead adversely alters copper metabolism as one aspect of its toxicity.

- High levels of lead, copper, zinc and chromium in the body tissues may tend to in-crease the tooth's
susceptibility to decay.

So what came first? Copper due to Hg toxicity or Lead?

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