Calcium Disodium EDTA Chelation Suppositories : A Novel Approach for Removing Heavy Metal Toxins in Clinical Practice

@inproceedings{Ellithorpe2009CalciumDE,
  title={Calcium Disodium EDTA Chelation Suppositories : A Novel Approach for Removing Heavy Metal Toxins in Clinical Practice},
  author={Rita R. Ellithorpe and T. Rigoberto Jimenez and Brett Jacques and Robert A. Settineri and Larry Clapp and Garth L. Nicolson and Ph. D. Tustin},
  year={2009}
}
Heavy metals accumulate in various tissues and are associated with increases in today’s biggest killers: cardiovascular disease and cancer. Reducing these heavy metals from the body has been a challenge to modern day medicine. With the advent of intravenous EDTA chelation, it was possible to remove heavy metals, but this invasive method of heavy metal removal is burdensome and expensive. This review examines the rectal suppository method of chelating and removing toxic metals from the… CONTINUE READING

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