Thursday, September 17, 2015

Heart Attack Survivors Have an Increased Risk of Cancer

A Danish Study confirmed what they knew in Switzerland since the 1970’s, that heart attacks and cancer risk are related, probably because of toxic metal exposure and inadequate anti-oxidants.  The cancer risk was almost twice as great in the patients who had myocardia infarctions.  The Swiss study by Blumer 30+ years ago showed a 90% reduction in cancer over 15 years in patients who had been treated with EDTA chelation therapy.  One more reason to get chelated.

See Family Practice News, April 1, 2015, p. 4.

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