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Posted by: Belinda
Date: June 4, 2000 2:59 PM

My dad has a plastic tubing and /or a metal plate in his head from a surgery done about 20 years ago for a aneurysm that ruptured while he was on the table. I've read all about chelation and I think that this would be a wonderful, preventative therapy for him. He has calcium deposits in his lungs, ischemic attacks of the heart, high blood pressure and possibly high metal values, etc. Would chelation be safe for him to take, given the tubing and plate in his head?

RE: Chelation
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: June 4, 2000 3:38 PM

The residua from surgery is not a contraindication to chelation. Finding the right doc is important. Use this web site - best source around.

RE: Chelation
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: August 8, 2000 4:57 AM

Hydrogen peroxide is a good adjunct to chelation, especially if angina is involved, but it is not a substitute for chelation in relationship to long term changes in the arterial walls.

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