A Textbook on EDTA Chelation Therapy: Second Edition

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Apr 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 570 pages
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Chelation therapy, based on the intravenous infusion of EDTA, is a highly effective treatment for atherosclerotic cardiovasular disease. Saftey and effectivenss are well documented in clinical studies, all of which to date are supportive of this therapy, and there are no studies showing lack of effectiveness. A strong case is made for the use of this safe, efficacious, and inexpensive therapy before resorting to surgery and other risky and invasive treatments.

In this newly revised and extensively updated edition of what has come to be regarded as the definitive textbook on the subject, renowned chelation expert Elmer M. Cranton, M.D., presents the work of the world's leading experts in chelation therapy.

"This therapy has been proven effective over and over again in clinical practice," says Dr. Cranton. "More than one million patients have recieved more than twenty million infusions with no serious or lasting adverse effects."

In his foreword, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Linus Pauling states, "EDTA chelation therapy makes good sense to me as a chemist and medical researcher. It has a rational scientific basis, and the evidence for clinical benefit seems to be quite strong."

Here in a single volume you will learn everything you need to know to responsibly administer and advocate chelation therapy. You will find a coherent scientific rationale, clinical trials demonstating effectiveness, guidelines for saftey, detailed protocols for administration, and techniques for pre- and post-treatment laboratory evalutaion.

 

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Contents

Foreword to the First Edition
CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER4
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Elmer Mitchell Cranton is a physician who writes in the field of holistic medicine. Cranton was born September 17, 1932, in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Cranton received his M.D. from Harvard in 1964 and served in the U.S. Navy as flight surgeon, rotating intern, and general surgeon. His interests cover preventive medicine, parapsychology, holistic medicine, as well as family and geriatric medicine. Besides working in private practice, he was chief of staff at U.S. Public Health Service Indian Hospital in Oklahoma. Cranton was later medical director of Mount Rogers Clinic where he taught and served as advisor to volunteer rescue squads. In addition, Cranton has served as the president of many professional associations, including the Smyth County Medical Society, the American College of Advancement in Medicine, and the American Holistic Medical Association. He has also been editor-in-chief of the Journal of Holistic Medicine and the Journal of Advancement in Medicine. Cranton's writings include Trace Elements: Hair Analysis and Nutrition (co-written with Richard A. Passwater) in 1983 and Bypassing Bypass: The New Technique of Chelation Therapy (co-written with Arline Brecher) in 1984. Cranton and Brecher stated that chelation therapy, a non-surgical method for treating clogged arteries, is more effective than bypass surgery, less dangerous and less expensive. Resetting the Clock: 5 Anti-Aging Hormones That Improve and Extend Life was written with William Fryer and published in 1996.

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