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Marie Flowers Views: 5,425
Published: 20 years ago
 
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When I became mercury poisoned from my dental fillings (www.mercurypoisoned.com), an ACAM doctor (www.acam.org) at Mount Rogers Clinic in Troutdale, VA treated me. This clinic was started by Dr. Elmer Cranton, (dr.cranton.com) a well-known pioneer in the field of EDTA chelation. He wrote a well-known book called BYPASSING BYPASS SURGERY.

One time when I was at the clinic I met Pete who was taking his maintenance EDTA chelation. He told me what had happened to him a few years earlier. Pete lived in Princeton, West VA and had a heart attack. He was flown to a major cardiac hospital in Roanoke VA where he became a patient of cardiologist, Dr. England. Dr. England told him that he needed a triple bypass, but when he examined his veins in his legs, he found that his veins were not large enough to be used in his heart for the bypass. Dr. England sent him home with a few pills and very little hope.

Pete heard about the Mount Rogers Clinic and visited the clinic on a Friday to interview the doctor about EDTA chelation therapy. He started his treatments the next week and Pete said after 7 treatments he was able to get his breath again. He continued on and finished out his 30 treatments and then returned to Dr. England in Roanoke, VA and told him what he had done. Dr. England put him on a treadmill and he passed the treadmill stress test with flying colors. Dr. England told him to keep on doing what he was doing. However, I wonder if a new patient went to Dr. England if he would recommend chelation therapy for THIS patient? I doubt it seriously. He would probably loose his standing in the medical community and would probably not be allowed to practice with his group or have privileges at the hospital if he recommended chelation therapy.

Pete was beaming while he was taking EDTA chelation, "This stuff is the best thing since sliced bread!"

I also talked to another patient at Mount Rogers Clinic who was a Baptist minister in Bristol, VA. He had had one bypass at a Kingsport TN hospital and the second bypass by the best bypass surgeon in Washington, DC. He had had several angioplasties, 17 catherizations and 2 stents in his heart. He was at the clinic doing EDTA chelation because of a blockage starting around the stents. He was very bitter at the lack of information he received from mainstream medicine concerning the complications from having bypass and the fact that he was kept in the dark concerning EDTA chelation until AFTER he had had 2 bypass surgeries. And of course he did not learn about EDTA chelation from mainstream medicine. He told me that if he had to do it over again, he WOULD NOT HAVE DONE either bypass, but would only have done the EDTA chelation.

Check out the writings of Dr. Elmer Cranton at www.drcranton.com. He tells how chelation must be done properly, to watch out for short cuts (the short bottle) by some chelation doctors and the ineffectiveness of EDTA chelation pills to remove plaque.

Marie Flowers



http://www.drcranton.com
http://www.acam.org

 

 
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