Questions from the Heart: Answers to 100 Questions about Chelation Therapy, a Safe Alternative to Bypass Surgery
Every year more than $10 billion is spent on coronary bypass surgeries that in more than half the cases are unnecessary and even dangerous. * The ... Show synopsis Every year more than $10 billion is spent on coronary bypass surgeries that in more than half the cases are unnecessary and even dangerous. * The cardiopulmonary pump used during bypass surgery may cause decreased oxygen flow leading to brain damage and memory loss. * Bypass and balloon angioplasty surgeries (with a few important exceptions) are irrelevant to the natural course of heart disease. * In bypass patients, the incidence of subsequent heart attack or myocardial infarction is higher than for those treated with medication. Why Risk Bypass Surgery? There is a Safe, Legal Alternative at 10% of the Cost More than 500,000 heart patients have received intravenous EDTA Chelation Therapy over the past thirty years. Published studies have established the efficacy rate at about 85%. It not only clears blocked heart arteries but improves circulation throughout the body for long-term benefit. In "Questions from the Heart," Dr. Terry Chappell answers 100 of the most commonly asked questions about EDTA Chelation Therapy, comparing benefits and drawbacks to both therapies in a concise, easy-to-read format. Ideal for all levels of inquiry.