Shealy, a holistic neurosurgeon, points to recent news from the AMA journal
that 52% of patients who get stents fail to have long-term help.32% die within 2 years, 20% re-block their
arteries within 6 months, and 2% die during the actual procedure.Bypass surgery is even worse.You can often take chelation therapy instead
of surgery, or if surgery is really needed, then take chelation afterwards to
protect against re-stenosis.This is
common sense, but unfortunately not yet common practice.
SeeJAMA Neuro, published on-line January 12,