Tuesday, April 27, 2010

How much should we do to prevent relapse?

An article in the Findlay Courier quoted Cardiac surgeon, Gary Parenteau, about Bill Clintons recent balloon and stent procedure only 6 years after he underwent bypass surgery. Dr. Parenteau said, “Bypass is not a 100 percent cure-all forever (even with improved lifestyle and cholesterol control).” I believe a comprehensive program to prevent relapse should include chelation therapy, which reduces the clotting tendency, removes toxic metals and appears to stabilize the plaque to avoid heart attacks and strokes.

See The Courier (click here), Feb. 23, 2010, p. A6.

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