Bypassing Bypass: The New Technique of Chelation Therapy
Hampton Roads Publlishing Company, 1990 - Atherosclerosis - 265 pages
Heart bypass surgery is a radical operation for which 350,000 Americans spend ten billion dollars every year. But there is a "nonsurgical" method for treating clogged arteries that clears out all the arteries--and is a lot less expensive.
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