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Stubborn hypertension
Posted by: Werner L. Knoepp
Date: October 7, 2000 9:48 PM

I have very stubborn hypertension. My primary care physician has a closed mind and prescribes the usual stuff. Over this past summer I traveled 250 miles two or three times a week to get chelation therapy from one of two doctors in reach who offer this service. I managed to get in 32 chelations before road work and horrendous detours stopped me. I expect to resume next spring, as winters here won't allow me to make the trip. I have had no discernible result from the 32 chelations I've received and my question is, obviously, may I be the least bit optimistic that another 30 or so chelations will benefit me? I'm 74, and in good health other than this damnable hypertension. Can you give me a brief counsel?



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