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Coral Calcium
Posted by: Email to Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: March 16, 2003 4:36 PM

One year ago my son Tim had major back surgery. Several disks had been crushed and three surgeries were performed. Four disks were removed , part of his hip bone was removed and ground to mix with a fusing material, then four cadaver knee cap bones were put into areas where the disks were removed. He has two titanium rods, two cross
braces and eight screws in his spine. He started on coral calcium the day after the surgery. The first follow-up doctor's appointment showed that the fusion was doing
great, exceeding the doctor' s expectations. He said that this surgery was one of the toughest cases he has had. He said that he was amazed with the results, and told us to
keep doing what we were doing. When Tim ran out of coral calcium for 3 or 4 days, he complained of severe back pain, which disappeared as soon as he went back on the coral
calcium.

RE: Coral Calcium
Posted by: Email Response from Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: March 16, 2003 4:38 PM

With all due respect to your experience and while I am glad your son made such a good recovery, poring low test gasoline on top of your sports car does not account for the fact that it goes fast. Calcium carbonate is the least useable form of calcium found in nature. Carbonate is such a bad chelator it cannot be considered as such, it is simply an anion. Chelated calcium is what the body needs. calcium orotate, calcium citrate, and the like. Ionized calcium is used by nanobacteria to build calcium plaque, so if you meet a person with atherosclerosis who wants to die sooner, give that person some coral calcium. You have been pulled into a nutritional scam. I hope you have the integrity to pull yourself out of it, financial considerations aside.



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