Bypassing Bypass Surgery

Chelation Therapy: A Non-surgical Treatment for Reversing Arteriosclerosis, Improving Blocked Circulation, and Slowing the Aging Process

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". . . alleviates the pain of angina and intermittent claudication and decreases symptoms of shortness of breath and fatigue in patients with coronary artery disease and peripheral vascular disease." --James P. Carter, MD, Chairman and Professor, Department of Nutrition, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
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Book Details

Pages

416 Pages

Size

5.5 x 8.5

Format

Trade Paperback

Pub. Date

08/01/2001

ISBN

978-1-57174-297-1

Publisher

Hampton Roads Publishing

Authors

More than one million Americans undergo heart bypass surgery and balloon angioplasty every year at a cost of fifty billion dollars. But there is a simple, nonsurgical method to open clogged arteries that is administered in the doctor’s office. Chelation therapy works in all the arteries at once, it’s much safer, and is much less expensive.

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". . . alleviates the pain of angina and intermittent claudication and decreases symptoms of shortness of breath and fatigue in patients with coronary artery disease and peripheral vascular disease." --James P. Carter, MD, Chairman and Professor, Department of Nutrition, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine "Everyone interested in the betterment of life should read Dr. Cranton's book." --Ralph Levy, MD, MS, Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery, Vascular Surgeon and Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery, John F. Kennedy Medical Center, New Jersey Medical School "I now achieve more lasting results with less risk, enhancing the benefits of surgery, and often avoiding surgery, by providing chelation therapy for my patients." --Peter J. van der Schaar, MD, PhD, Cardiac Surgeon and Director, International Biomedical Center, Netherlands I now achieve more lasting results with less risk, enhancing the benefits of surgery, and often avoiding surgery, by providing chelation therapy for my patients. --Peter J. van der Schaar, MD, PhD, Cardiac Surgeon and Director, International Biomedical Center, Netherlands