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hydrogen peroxide and by-pass surgery
Posted by: Keith
Date: September 2, 2004 10:21 PM

I love in the U.K. and In 1984 I had by-pass surgery for angina. I am, I think, healthier now than I have ever been, but...as I'm 72 years old and have "severe asthma." I wonder if , supposing I can find a source of treatment, whether I would be damaged by hydrogen peroxide/chelox therapy? I work quite hard at my local supermarket on the basis that I might as well be paid to exercise as not and therefore walk about 10-15 miles per day twice a week. I have to exercise because if I don't my chest gets worse and I have to use my inhalers, one of which is a steroid, more often without much improvement in breathing.

RE: hydrogen peroxide and by-pass surgery
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: September 2, 2004 10:31 PM

I have never seen anyone harmed by chelation therapy or hydrogen peroxide therapy properly given. You could be an excellent candidate considering the diagnoses you have mentioned, but obviously I can't know enough about you to say that definitively. You best find a doctor who is experienced in these therapies and go in for an evaluation. This may not be so easy given that you live in the U.K. Tell me more specifically where you live and I will see what I can do about finding a doctor.

RE: hydrogen peroxide and by-pass surgery
Posted by: Keith
Date: September 3, 2004 3:02 PM

I live in Handforth which is in Cheshire 12 miles due south of Manchester.

RE: hydrogen peroxide and by-pass surgery
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: September 3, 2004 6:04 PM

Tarsem Lal Garg, M.D.
Arterial Disease Clinic
Prospect House, 32 Bolton Rd.
Atherton, Mancester
1942-889955
info@chelationnuk.com



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