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Moderate Stenosis of the Aorta
Posted by: Anita
Date: August 23, 2001 4:44 AM

I have moderate stenosis of the aorta. Do you think I may avoid an operation by taking Chelation Therapy?

RE: Moderate Stenosis of the Aorta
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: August 23, 2001 5:48 AM

I do have some modest psychic abilities, but to tell you that you will avoid X if you do Y would require Edgar Cayce. I am not Edgar Cayce. If you want my opinion about chelation therapy in general, open the article under Specialties at left. If you want to come in for a face-to-face evaluation, call my office. Also, Plaquex (intravenous phosphytidal choline) is another therapy you should be aware of. It is the most effective thing we have to treat plaque. It literally burns up the plaque and with enough treatment plaque disappears. If stenosis is caused by plaque formation and is not yet life threatening, that is the therapy I would want to consider before anything else.



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