So they made up their minds long ago that it was crazy to study chelation therapy.
when you implied that there's some avenue for chelation therapy as a part of the complement of medications or stuff, I kept thinking that it would end up being a patented agent, made into a drug.
You know, the receiving IV chelation is such a daunting treatment for patients, that it's the--the ideal would be if a pharmaceutical company develops an oral version of this that they can make some money on so that they will do the research, and that it would be yet another pill that post-heart-attack patients would take or diabetics would take.
That you're able to call your chelation coinvestigators colleagues
If all the economic--and this is why I'm actually happy, even though it might make my chelation colleagues upset, that it doesn't get covered by insurance.
has this chelation trial changed anything in the way you approach your own cardiovascular prevention?
Improved myocardial perfusion in patients with advance ischemic heart disease with an integrative management program including EDTA chelation therapy.
A nonsurgical approach to obstructive carotid stenosis using EDTA chelation.
Effect of EDTA chelation and supportive multivitamin/trace mineral supplementation of chronic lung disorders: a study of FVC and FEV.
Visual field evidence of macular degeneration reversal using a combination of EDTA chelation and multiple vitamin and trace mineral therapy.
Benefits of EDTA chelation therapy in arteriosclerosis: a retrospective study of 470 patients.
EDTA chelation therapy in chronic degenerative disease.