Chelation Therapy (EDTA)

These results provide evidence to guide further research but are not sufficient to support the routine use of chelation therapy - Gervasio Lamas MD

Chelation Therapy (EDTA)
Chelation Therapy (EDTA)

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There Is No “Alternative Medicine”

For me, this is the big one.” Gervasio Lamas, the chief of Columbia University’s cardiology division at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, took out his phone and tapped the battery. “Cadmium. This thing ends up in the dump in West Palm Beach, and then I end up drinking it.”

Having recently finished a $31 million study of chelation therapy—a study that unexpectedly, divisively suggested that using chelation to rid the body of metals could prolong some lives—Lamas has joined a growing battalion of physicians concerned about the health effects of heavy metals.

Chelation has for some time occupied a crucial niche in mainstream medicine.…

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 There Is No “Alternative Medicine”

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