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Re: Mercury chelation success stories??
joegrane Views: 9,113
Published: 9 years ago
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Re: Mercury chelation success stories??

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.

A shorter summary in text of the Haley's views are here.

Boyd Haley debunks the ADA claim: Only minute amounts of mercury are released from amalgam

Alzheimers and genetics

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.


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