Give me a **reason** for doing something. Speeches are nice but I'm looking for a solid scientific argument (presentation).
Cutler has done that and after reading different views, my best judgement is that his protocol is currently the safest effective way to deal with a heavy metal problem.
I actually was seriously considering Boyd Haley's OSR. I think very highly of Haley as well. However OSR is not well tested. I was not interested in rolling the dice, certainly not before I gave the safest method a year or so to do what it could. I also assumed that after allowing DMSA + ALA remove much of the HMs for a year or so, there would likely be less risk in trying OSR or something else.
Excellent information from Haley, former chair of the Chem dept at the U of KY. http://www.myspace.com/video/vid/7383821
Obviously OSR is no longer available in the US so not an option any longer for me. The bone density of my back has improved 8% and is almost normal now. I've had numerous other less impressive improvements but there is no **reason** for me to make a change at this time.
If someone makes a better argument/case for the use of something else, I'll certainly consider a switch. I'm still waiting for the **reason** to switch.