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Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board Letters
~ Call for Papers to IBCMT members ~

Dear Colleagues worldwide,

We are physicians from many different countries who have joined IBCMT.

To make IBCMT a platform for patients from all around the world, it is necessary to have informations about the concerns of chronic metal burdens and chelation in different languages. So more customers visiting the IBCMT website including journalists/colleagues can get informations in their native language.

We want to call you to send articles in your native language to the IBCMT secretariat. You can write your own article or you can translate articles from the IBCMT website/Bulletin Board.

These articles will be organized in a separate section on our IBCMT-website.

The authors are responsible for the content of their own articles, but these papers should not deviate too much from IBCMT’s conception.

James Siow gave the advice, that an English version of any new native language text should be posted together with the original on the website. This is possible for example by using Google translator.

We look forward to your cooperation to make IBCMT a source of information for the concerns of chronic metal burden for patients worldwide.

Kind regards
Peter Jennrich
Director IBCMT
Medical Advisor German Association of Clinical Metal Toxicology
Marienstrasse 1
97070 Wuerzburg , Germany
Phone: 49(0) 931-3292207
Fax: 49(0) 931-3292209
e-mail: peter-jennrich@gmx.de

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Send all comments and responses to Maria Kuijpers at mariakuijpers53@gmail.com

Date Author Topic
08-04-15 Carin Smit Fatty Brain = Better Brain?
(MS-Word - 18kb)
07-20-15 The Times of India Deadly metals found in fish from Ennore creek
(Web Site Link)
06-02-15 M. Regina Castro, M.D. Health Tip – Diabetes and Sweet Fruits
(MS-Word - 21kb)
05-13-15 Hasnain Patel Exercise And Dietary Supplement Likely Cause Of Stroke
(MS-Word - 21kb)
04-07-15 IBCMT Members Respones To Peter Van der Schaar's Letter Regarding Eleonore Blaurock
(MS-Word - 25kb)
03-30-15 Peter J. VanDerSchaar Eleonore Blaurock's Discontinued Association With IBCMT
(MS-Word - 21kb)
02-16-15 Emily C. Somers, Martha A. Ganser, Jeffrey S. Warren, Niladri Basu, Lu Wang, Suzanna M. Zick, and Sung Kyun Park Mercury From Seafood May Be Tied to Autoimmune Disorders in Women
Abstract: MS-Word - 27kb Full Article: 30-Page PDF File
01-24-15 Peak Fitness presented by Mercola.com Exercise Helps Improve Brain Growth and Regeneration

2015 Australian Conference
And Workshops

Feb 27, 2015 - Basic Workshop
Feb 28, 2014 - Conference Schedule
Mar 1, 2015 - Advanced Workshop
Register for Australian Life in a Toxic World Conference at: Eventbrite

This is where all attendees can register and make payment for the conference and workshop.
The entire Conference and Workshops will be held at the Amora Hotel Riverwalk.
12-27-14 Dr. James Siow Sign The Petition to the Puniab Government to provide healthcare
to environmentally toxified affected children, women and men.
Petition Overview (MS-Word - 23kb)
Go Directly To The Online Petition
12-23-14 P. J. Van der Schaar,
R. Th. B. Pahlplatz,
E. Blaurock-Busch
The Effects Of Magnesium-EDTA Chelation Therapy On Arterial Stiffness
(MS-Word - 26kb)
Go To The Publishing Web Site
10-22-14 Hasnain Patel MD CMT Cholesterol And Lipids
(MS-Word - 23kb)
10-21-14 Dr. E.Blaurock-Busch PhD / Research Direktor Micro Trace Minerals - Response to Dr. Stephen Barrett of Quackwatch
(MS-Word - 31kb)
10-08-14 Dr. E.Blaurock-Busch PhD Micro Trace Minerals
Response Letter To Dr. Barrett
(MS-Word - 23kb)
10-07-14 TMI
Dr. E.Blaurock-Busch PhD
Trace Minerals International Laboratory
Mineral Urine Analysis
(PDF File - 820kb)
10-07-14 TMI
Dr. E.Blaurock-Busch PhD
Trace Minerals International Laboratory
Mineral Urine Analysis
(PDF File - 707kb)
09-28-14 Dr. E.Blaurock-Busch PhD Micro Trace Minerals of Germany
Press Release To QuackWatch Editors
(MS-Word - 29kb)
08-30-14 Ronald Grisanti
D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., M.S.
Causes of Depression
(MS-Word - 30kb)
08-28-14 Calderón-Garcidueñas, Vojdani, Blaurock-Busch, Busch, Friedle, Franco-Lira, Sarathi-Mukherjee, Park, Torres-Jardón, D'Angiulli Pollution Exposure Breaks Down Blood Brain Barrier
(MS-Word - 27kb)
08-12-14 The International College
of Integrative Medicine
ICIM Awards $20,000 Research Grant to Mount Sinai Medical Center:
Chelation Therapy for Diabetics
(MS-Word - 28kb)
07-19-14 Chunying Chen, Hongwei Yu, Jiujiang Zhao, Bai Li, Liya Qu, Shuiping Liu, Peiqun Zhang, and Zhifang Chai The Roles of Serum Selenium and Selenoproteins on Mercury Toxicity
in Environmental and Occupational Exposure
(MS-Word - 14 Pages- 392kb)
07-19-14 Laura J. Raymond, PhD
and Nicholas VC Ralston, Phd.
Mercury - Selenium Interactions And Health Implications
(PDF File - 6 Pages - 241kb)
07-17-14 Robin A. Bernhoft Cadmium Toxicity and Treatment
(PDF File - 170 kb)
07-17-14 Robert S. Waters, Noella A. Bryden, Kristine Y. Patterson, Claude Veillon,
and Richard A. Anderson
EDTA Chelation Effects On Urinary Losses Of Cadmium, Calcium,
Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Lead, Magnesium and Zinc.
(MS-Word - 130kb)
07-15-14 Jean-Claude Leunis and Emmanuel Couche Betulonic and betulinic acid derivatives may be used
for the treatment of cancer or a viral infection.
(PDF File - 1,997 kb - 47 Pages)
07-13-14 DARU Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mehrdad Rafati-Rahimzadeh,
Mehravar Rafati-Rahimzadeh,
Sohrab Kazemi
and Ali Akbar Moghadamnia
Current Approaches Of The Management Of Mercury Poisoning

(PDF File - 10 Pages - 519kb)
07-05-14 Shelley Wood No Sign of QoL Benefits With Chelation in TACT
(MS-Word - 25kb)
07-02-14 M. Fredi Moses and J. John Prabakaran Evaluation of Occupational Exposure to Toxic Metals using Fingernails as Biological Indicators
(MS-Word - 44kb)
     /       Go To Web Page Article
06-25-14 Altaf Patel Chelation, An Old Therapy Of Treating Heart Disease,
Has Been Reviewed By A Landmark Trial In The U.S.
(MS-Word - 389kb) Spacer (JPG Image - 367kb)
06-13-14 Environmental Medicine
Walter J. Crinnion, ND
EDTA Redistribution of Lead and Cadmium Into the Soft Tissues in a Human
With a High Lead Burden - Should DMSA Always Be Used to Follow EDTA in Such Cases?
(PDF File - 373kb)
06-04-14 HealthDay News Outcomes of CABG Worse in Patients With Diabetes
(MS-Word - 21kb)
06-03-14 National Institute of Health Folic Acid Lowers Arsenic Levels In Blood
(MS-Word - 65kb)
Read The Original Article
05-28-14 Carin Smit Mercury Amalgams - Important Message!
(MS-Word - 21kb)
05-28-14 Paul Lam Vaccination Can Kill! Be Warned!
(MS-Word - 22kb)
05-27-14 The Australian Government Australia - World Alliance For Mercury Free Dentistry
(MS-Word - 22kb)
05-20-14 Sandra G. Boodman Patients Lose When Doctors Can't Do Good Physical Exams
(MS-Word - 679kb)
05-05-14 Sonja Schmitzer Behavioural and developmental disorders in children are increasing dramatically in number.
(MS-Word - 141kb)
04-27-14 Didi Kirsten Tatlow Grown in China: 'arsenic rice'
(MS-Word - 20kb)
03-27-14 Evangelista MT1, Casintahan MF, Villafuerte LL. Simvastatin as a novel therapeutic agent for venous ulcers:
a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
(MS-Word - 24kb)
03-27-14 Marlene Busko 'Bendopnea': A New Symptom to Help Spot Sicker Heart Failure Patients?
(MS-Word - 26kb)
02-21-14 British Journal of Medicine
& Medical Research
E. Blaurock-Busch and Y.M. Busch
Comparison of Chelating Agents DMPS, DMSA and EDTA
for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Metal Exposure
(PDF File - 1,378kb)
02-19-14 The International College
of Integrative Medicine (ICIM)
Wendy Chappell
Request for Proposals for Chelation Research
Grants Available
The deadline for proposals is May 31, 2014.
(MS-Word - 21kb)
01-20-14 JH Park, DW Lee and KS Park
Department of Psychiatry, Sanggye Paik Hospital, College of Medicine, Inje University, Seoul, Korea
Elevated Serum Copper And Ceruloplasmin Levels In Alzheimer's Disease

(MS-Word - 10 Pages - 330kb)
01-20-14 Z An, Y Qi, D Huang, X Gu, Y Tian,
P Li, H Li and Y Zhang
School of Life Sciences, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, Gansu 730000, China
EGCG Inhibits Cd2+-Induced Apoptosis Through Scavenging ROS
Rather Than Chelating Cd2+ in HL-7702 Cells.
(MS-Word - 1 Page - 25kb)
01-20-14 Authors: Eleonore Blaurock-Busch,
Yvette M. Busch, Albrecht Friedle,
Holger Buerner, Chander Parkash
and Anudeep Kaur
Comparing the Metal Concentration in the Hair of Cancer Patients
and Healthy People Living in the Malwa Region of Punjab, India
(PDF File - 13 Pages - 832kb)
01-14-14 MicroTrace Minerals Cancer Report
MicroTrace Minerals Web Site
      /       MS-Word Summary Document (21kb)
British Society for Ecological Medicine (BSEM) Conference
Date: March 7, 2014, Friday
Location: Hallam Conference Room, Hallam St, London W1W 6JJ
Electromagnetic Radiation And Health: Evidence, Diagnosis And Management

Web Site: www.bsem.org.uk Program (PDF File - 21kb)
Phone: Jo at 07864-637723 Poster (PDF File - 123kb)
12-17-13 Kalita J, Kumar V, Chandra S,
Kumar B, Misra UK.
Worsening of Wilson Disease following Penicillamine Therapy.
(Go To PubMed.gov to Read The Full Story)
01-06-14 Ian Rutherford Plimer
Australian Geologist
Where Does the Carbon Dioxide Really Come From?
(MS-Word - 23kb)
12-10-13 Shelley Wood PCI No Benefit Over Medical Therapy in Ischemic Stable CAD
(MS-Word - 30kb)
11-29-13 American Heart Association
Esteban Escolar, Gervasio A. Lamas, Daniel B. Mark, Robin Boineau, Christine Goertz, Yves Rosenberg, Richard L. Nahin, Pamela Ouyang, Theodore Rozema, Allan Magaziner, Richard Nahas, Eldrin F. Lewis, Lauren Lindblad and Kerry L. Lee
The Effect Of An EDTA-Based Chelation Regimen On Patients With Diabetes Mellitus
and Prior Myocardial Infarction in the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT)

(PDF File - 1,195kb)
11-24-13 Recovering Patient Diagnosed With MS But Really Had Lyme and Gadolinium Toxicity Chelation Information Web Site
E-mail: CaseySugarman@gmail.com
11-21-13 Medscape: Shelley Wood Extraordinary Chelation Effects In Diabetes Propel TACT Into Spotlight Again
(MS-Word - 401kb)
11-18-13 Environmental Working Group
July 14, 2005
Body Burden: The Pollution in Newborns
A benchmark investigation of industrial chemicals,
pollutants and pesticides in umbilical cord blood.
11-02-13 Marc Verheyen Chelation in France
(MS-Word - 20kb)
10-07-13 Conference will include IBCMT training course, and options to do both written and Oral Exams as required. Upcoming March 14, 2014 Conference in Australia
“Toxicology: A Problem Needing Management From Cradle to Grave.”
(MS-Word - 36kb)
10-06-13 Steve Stiles Coronary-Stenting Abuse Cases Highlighted in Bloomberg Story
(MS-Word - 26kb)
10-01-13 Author Unknown Bayer is Suing Europe for Saving the Bees
(MS-Word - 24kb)
08-17-13 Open Education Database Health and Medical Sciences OpenCourseWare Page
Get More Information
08-13-13 Author Unknown The Pathophysiology of Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and the Importance of Sinus Rhythm
(MS-Word - 33kb)
08-02-13 Kimberly Foster and the THRIVE Team "Chemtrails in the Sky" - How They Affect You & What You Can Do
MS-Word Article - 20kb
      -       Video Link
08-01-13 Hasnain Patel MD CMT High Levels of Arsenic in Rice are Linked to Genetic Damage in Humans
(MS-Word - 21kb)
07-30-13 Kuan-Hsing Chen, MD, Ja-Liang Lin, MD, Dan-Tzu Lin-Tan, RN, Hsiang-Hao Hsu, MD, Ching-Wei Hsu, MD, Kuang-Hung Hsu, PhD, and Tzung-Hai Yen, MD Effect Of Chelation Therapy On Progressive Diabetic Nephropathy
In Patients With Type 2 Diabetes And High-Normal Body Lead Burdens
(PDF File - 482kb)
07-17-13 American Journal of Kidney Diseases Does Calcium Disodium EDTA Slow CKD Progression
(PDF File 195kb)
07-13-13 Geir Bjorklund The Role Of Zinc And Copper In Autism Spectrum Disorders
(PDF File - 365kb)     /     Go To Original Online Article
07-13-13 Babar Ali Shah and Arab J. Geosci Arsenicin Ground water In India
(MS-Word - 22kb)
07-12-13 Todd Ackerman New York Times Syndicate Proton Pump Inibitors - Acid Reflux Drugs May Cause Heart Disease
(MS-Word - 25kb)
07-01-13 Medical Daily Is Your Doctor Using The Safest Kidney Dialysis?
(MS-Word - 122kb)     /     Original Online Article
07-01-13 Medline Plus Polluted Air Linked to Autism Risk
(MS-Word - 30kb)     /     Original Online Article
05-13-13 Nancy Walsh, Staff Writer, MedPage Today Even Low Lead Exposure Hinders Kids' Reading
(MS-Word - 32kb)
04-16-13 Dr Jozef Bartunek Heart Failure Patients Benefit With Bone-Marrow Injections
(MS-Word - 23kb)
04-16-13 Author Unknown Benefits Of Phosphatidyl Choline
Adverse Effects Of NaGaLase
(PDF File - 565kb)       /         (MS-Word Document - 26kb)
04-16-13 Author Unknown Complete Prescribing Information
Lipostabil (Phosphatidylcholine) the 'German' registered trade name of 'Essentiale 303'
(PDF File - 114kb)       /         (MS-Word Document - 60kb)
04-8-13 Lilian Calderon-Garciduenas, MD, PhD Health Disparities Related To Pediatric Central Nervous System
Effects Of Exposures To Air Pollutants.
(PDF File - 127kb)
04-6-13 Yoshihiro Kokubo, Hiroyasu Iso, Isao Saito, Kazumasa Yamagishi, Hiroshi Yatsuya, Junko Ishihara, Manami Inoue
and Shoichiro Tsugane
Journal of the American Heart Association
The Impact of Green Tea and Coffee Consumption
on the Reduced Risk of Stroke Incidence in Japanese Population
The Japan Public Health Center-Based Study Cohort
Published March 14, 2013
(PDF File - 842kb)
04-04-13 Hasnain Patel MD., CMT Chelation Therapy in TACT: Daring to Challenge Dogma
(MS-Word - 28kb)
03-28-13 Harvard School of Public Health

HSPH Web Site
High levels of lead in bone associated with increased risk of death
from cardiovascular disease in men
(MS-Word - 27kb)

03-28-13 Journal of the American Medical Association The Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy
(MS-Word - 30kb)
03-11-13 Journal of Korean Medical Science
Min Kyong Moon, Min Joo Kim, In Kyung Jung, Young Do Koo, Hwa Young Ann, Kwan Jae Lee, Soon Hee Kim, Yeo Cho Yoon, Bong-Jun Cho, Kyong Soo Park, Hak C. Jang, and Young Joo
Bisphenol A Impairs Mitochondrial Function in the Liver
at Doses below the No Observed Adverse Effect Level

Link To U.S. National Library of Medicine Web Site Article
03-5-13 Medscape Medical News
Daniel M. Keller, PhD
Mortality Doubles With High Calcium Intake Plus Supplements
(MS-Word - 32kb)
02-20-13 NaturalNews.com Vaccine a Boon or a Curse
(MS-Word - 25kb)
02-11-13 Melbourne, Australia - October 11-14, 2013 Conference / Course in Clinical Metal Toxicology / Chelation Therapy
(MS-Word - 21kb)
02-06-13 Carin S. Smit, M/CMT Calcium Supplements Linked to Mortality Risk in Men, But Not Women
(MS-Word - 24kb)
01-19-13 Wennberg M, Strömberg U, Bergdahl IA, Jansson JH, Kauhanen J, Norberg M, Salonen JT, Skerfving S, Tuomainen TP, Vessby B, Virtanen JK. Myocardial infarction in relation to mercury and fatty acids from fish:
a risk-benefit analysis based on pooled Finnish and Swedish data in men.
(MS-Word - 22kb)
01-17-13 Eleonore Blaurock-Busch James Frackelton, Chelation Therapy Pioneer, Dies At Age 85
(PDF File - 21kb)
01-09-13 Attar A, Ripoli C, Riccardi E, Maiti P, Li Puma DD, Liu T, Hayes J, Jones MR, Lichti-Kaiser K, Yang F, Gale GD, Tseng CH, Tan M, Xie CW, Straudinger JL, Klärner FG, Schrader T, Frautschy SA, Grassi C, Bitan G. Source Protection of primary neurons and mouse brain
from Alzheimer's pathology by molecular tweezers.
(MS-Word - 24kb)
01-09-13 Fabian Bocka, Khurrum Shahzada, Hongjie Wanga, Stoyan Stoyanove, Juliane Woltera, Wei Donga, Pier Giuseppe Peliccif, Muhammed Kashifb, Satish Ranjana, Simone Schmidtg, Robert Ritzelb,h, Vedat Schwengerg, Klaus G. Reymanne, Charles T. Esmoni,j, Thati Madhusudhana, Peter P. Nawrothb, and Berend Isermann Activated protein C ameliorates diabetic nephropathy
by epigenetically inhibiting the redox enzyme p66Shc
(MS-Word - 25kb)
01-04-13 Journal of Toxicology
and Environmental Health
A Positive Association found between Autism Prevalence
and Childhood Vaccination uptake across the U.S. Population
(MS-Word - 29kb)
01-04-13 Author Unknown Mature Concepts To Consider In Toxicology
(MS-Word - 25kb)
01-02-13 Ak, T., Gülçin Antioxidant And Radical Scavenging Properties Of Curcumin
(MS-Word - 26kb)
01-01-13 Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention
Lead Poisoning in Pregnant Women Who Used Ayurvedic Medications from India
(MS-Word - 156kb)           Read The Web Page Article
12-27-12 Peter Jennrich The Influence Of Arsenic, Lead And Mercury
On The Development Of Cardiovascular Diseases
(PDF File - 591kb)
12-21-12 Carin Smit Response To Charles Bankhead's Article on
"WTC Responders: Hints of Cancer Link"
(MS-Word - 434kb)
12-19-12 Charles Bankhead
Staff Writer, MedPage Today
WTC Responders: Hints of Cancer Link
(MS-Word - 34kb)
11-29-12 B. V. Gokhale
B. Tech., M. Tech. (IIT Bombay)
Failure of TACT in Correctly Revealing Potential of EDTA Chelation Therapy
TACT = Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy
(MS-Word - 51kb)
11-12-12 Steve Stiles TACT: Surprising, puzzling benefit from chelation therapy after MI
(MS-Word - 221kb)     /     Original Online Article
11-09-12 James Siow Update on the TACT Trial.

A Medical Scientific Education And Research Committee (MSERC)
has been formed within the IBCMT.

Discussions to finalize an academic alliance between
the National Institute Of Integrative Medicine (NIIM)
and the IBCMT

(MS-Word - 22kb)
11-09-12 Aarti Vala Mercury Induces Tight Junction Alterations
(PDF File - 67 Pages - 2,181 kb)
11-09-12 David Clarke, Roger Buchanan, Niladri Gupta and Boyd Haley Amelioration of Acute Mercury Toxicity ... Effect On Animal Survival, Health ...
(PDF File - 25 Pages - 405 kb)
11-09-12 Jordan D. Secor, Sainath R. Kotha, Travis O. Gurney, Rishi B. Patel, Nicholas R. Kefauver, Niladri Gupta, Andrew J. Morris, Boyd E. Haley and Narasimham L. Parinandi Novel Lipid-Soluble Thiol-Redox Antioxidant and Heavy Metal Chelator
(PDF File - 21 Pages - 1,371 kb)
11-09-12 Rishi B. Patel, Lynn A. Sauers, Travis O. Gurney, Sainath R. Kotha, Niladri Gupta, Terry S. Elton, Ulysses J. Magalang, Clay B. Marsh, Boyd E. Haley, Narasimham L. Parinandi Thiol-redox antioxidants protect against lung vascular endothelial cytoskeletal alterations caused by pulmonary fibrosis inducer, bleomycin.
(PDF File - 67 Pages - 3.014 kb)
11-08-12 Peter J. Van Der Schaar MD, PhD, FCMT
IBCMT President
Statement On TACT Study
(MS-Word - 20kb)
11-05-12 American Heart Association (AHA)
2012 Scientific Sessions
by Dr Gervasio A Lamas
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Miami Beach, Florida
Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT)
(MS-Word - 31kb)
11-05-12 Larry Husten
Forbes Magazine Contributor
NIH Trial Gives Surprising Boost To Chelation Therapy
MS-Word Report - 41kb     /     Forbes Web Site
10-31-12 Akhondzadeh S, Sabet MS, Harirchian MH, Togha M, Cheraghmakani H, Razeghi S, Hejazi SSh, Yousefi MH, Alimardani R, Jamshidi A, Zare F, Moradi A. Saffron in the treatment of patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease
(MS-Word - 66kb)
10-30-12 Greenpeace Article
Reported in New York Daily News
Outdoor wear often coated in harmful chemicals
(Web Link: New York Daily News - Health Article)
(MS-Word Document)
10-30-12 U.S. National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health
P Asiedu, T Moulton, C B Blum, E Roldan, N J Lolacono, and J H Graziano
Metabolism of meso-2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid in lead-poisoned children and normal adults.
(PDF File - 2,498kb)
10-28-12 Time / Health & Family - Alice Park Behavior Therapy Normalizes Brains of Autistic Children
(Web Site Link)
10-19-12 Sugandh Juneja Singrauli, India Suffers From Mercury Contamination In Coal
(MS-Word - 66kb)
10-17-12 James B Adams, Matthew Baral, Elizabeth Geis, Jessica Mitchell, Julie Ingram, Andrea Hensley, Irene Zappia, Sanford Newmark, Eva Gehn, Robert A Rubin, Ken Mitchell, Jeff Bradstreet and Jane El-Dahr Research Article - DMSA Therapy For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
(MS-Word - 116kb)
10-16-12 Dr.Eleonore Blaurock Recommended reading from our scientific advisor, Dr. Eleonore Blaurock
(MS-Word - 29kb)
10-02-12 Peter J. VanDerSchaar Requirements For Certification
(MS-Word - 40kb)     or     View The Requirements on the IBCMT Certification Page
09-19-12 Ishita Das Triclosan In Handwash Can Impair Muscle Contraction
(MS-Word - 37kb)
09-19-12 Tiasa Adhya Butterflies Near Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Are Developing Abnormalities
(MS-Word - 44kb)
09-19-12 Agence France-Presse Work, Mahjong and Tea: Hong Kong's Secrets to Longevity
(MS-Word - 30kb)
09-19-12 Nicholas Bakalar Doubts on Ginkgo Biloba as a Memory Aid
(MS-Word - 24kb)
09-19-12 EneNews - Energy News California prunes and almonds have detectable levels of cesium-134
A fingerprint for radiation from Fukushima Daiichi
(MS-Word - 27kb)
09-07-12 Alexandra Sifferlin A Rare but Potentially Treatable Form of Autism
(MS-Word - 34kb)
09-07-12 Associated Press Mammograms May Raise Breast Cancer Risk in Some Women
(MS-Word - 26kb)
09-02-12 IBCMT Updated Constitution And Bylaws On Certification
(MS-Word - 22kb)
08-31-12 Lisa Nainggolan
The Heart Organization
Heart-Failure Spike After Japan Earthquake in March 2011
Japanese researchers have reported a striking and prolonged increase in the occurrence of heart failure after the massive earthquake that hit there in March 2011.
(MS-Word - 63kb)
08-21-12 Chris Busby The effects of radiation beyond cancer and leukemia.
A focus on children´s heart attacks in Fukushima.
(YouTube Video - 8:41)
08-04-12 Article 1:
Khan A, Sulkowski ZL, Chen T, Zavacki AM, Sajdel-Sulkowska EM.
Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School/BWH, Boston, MA, USA.

Article 2:
Sharpe MA, Livingston AD, Baskin DS.
Department of Neurosurgery, The Methodist Hospital, 6565 Fannin Street, Houston, TX 77030, USA.

Article 3:
Ida-Eto M, Oyabu A, Ohkawara T, Tashiro Y, Narita N, Narita M.
Department of Anatomy II, Mie University Graduate School of Medicine, Tsu, Mie 514-8507, Japan.
Abstracts For Three Thimerosal Articles: MS-Word (31kb)

Article 1: PDF File (151kb)
Sex-dependent changes in cerebellar thyroid hormone-dependent gene expression
following perinatal exposure to thimerosal in rats.

Article 2: (PDF File - 2,576kb)
Thimerosal-Derived Ethylmercury Is a Mitochondrial Toxin in Human Astrocytes:
Possible Role of Fenton Chemistry in the Oxidation and Breakage of mtDNA.

Article 3: PDF File (132kb)
Prenatal exposure to organomercury, thimerosal, persistently impairs
the serotonergic and dopaminergic systems in the rat brain:
Implications for association with developmental disorders.

07-26-12 D.V. Vassallo, M.R. Simoes, L.B. Furieri, M. Fioresi, J. Fiorim, E.A.S. Almeida,
J.K. Angeli, G.A. Wiggers, F.M. Pecanha and M. Salaices
Toxic effects of mercury, lead and gadolinium on vascular reactivity
(PDF File - 419kb)
07-25-12 Woods JS, Heyer NJ, Echeverria D,
Russo JE, Martin MD, Bernardo MF,
Luis HS, Vaz L, Farin FM.

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.
Modification of neurobehavioral effects of mercury by a genetic polymorphism
of coproporphyrinogen oxidase in children.

(MS-Word - 23kb)         PubMed Article Web Site
07-24-12 J.M. Duxbury and Y.J. Zavala
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA
What Are Safe Levels Of Arsenic In Food And Soils?
(PDF File - 28kb)
07-17-12 Dr. Mercola Italian Court Reignites MMR Vaccine Debate After Award Over Child with Autism
(MS-Word - 57kb)
07-16-12 Samira Alaani, Muhammed Tafash, Christopher Busby,
corresponding author Malak Hamdan,
and Eleonore Blaurock-Busch
Uranium and other contaminants in hair from the parents of children with congenital anomalies in Fallujah, Iraq
(MS-Word - 26kb)
07-07-12 Mayo Clinic Heart Attacks and Aspirin
(MS-Word - 21kb)
07-04-12 SwissInfo.ch Swiss lab finds polonium in Arafat samples
(MS-Word - 48kb)
06-30-12 Dr. Peter VanDerSchaar IBCMT President Emeritus Goes To Court Over Chelation Therapy
(MS-Word - 20kb)
06-23-12 Three Magazine Articles from:
Health Sciences and Down To Earth
Health Sciences
Chronic Diseases
Arsenic Just Got Dirtier
Sonal Matharu
Health Sciences
Household Cleaning Products Cause Cardiac Diseases
Smriti Sharma
Down To Earth Magazine: June 16-30, 2012
Chemicals Blacklist
Genistein, Bisphenol R (BPR), Clozapine, Organotins, Arsenic and more...
(PDF File - 505kb)
06-20-12 Peter Jennrich - Specialist for General Medicine Speech given before the Committee for Social, Health And Family Affairs in the Office of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on November 15, 2010
(PDF File - 77kb)
06-20-12 Jean Huss, Luxembourg, Socialist Group Report given to the Committee for Social, Health And Family Affairs in the Office of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on May 12, 2011
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06-20-12 Report of the Social, Health and Family Affairs Committee, Mr. Huss. Resolution 1816 - Text adopted by the Standing Committee, acting on behalf of the Assembly, on May 27, 2011.
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06-15-12 Ransdell Pierson Top heart doctors fret over new blood thinners
(MS-Word - 31kb)
06-09-12 Natural Health News Italian Court Rules MMR Vaccine Did Trigger Autism
(MS-Word - 32kb)
06-01-12 Houston MC. Role of mercury toxicity in hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and stroke.
(MS-Word - 21kb)
05-26-12 Carin Smit Phospholipid Therapy
"Hazardous radioactive elements being released in the sea and air around Fukushima accumulate at each step of various food chains (for example, into algae, crustaceans, small fish, bigger fish, then humans; or soil, grass, cow's meat and milk, then humans)," writes Helen Caldicott in her piece, Fukushima: Nuclear Apologists Play Shoot the Messenger on Radiation, in The Age.
(PDF File - 220kb)
05-25-12 Dr. Susanne Benner Probability of contamination from severe nuclear reactor accidents is higher than expected
(MS-Word - 35kb)
05-14-12 Steve Hickey, PhD; Atsuo Yanagisawa, MD, PhD; Andrew W. Saul, PhD; Gert E. Schuitemaker, PhD; Damien Downing, MD Fukushima Radiation Release is Worse than You Have Been Told
(MS-Word - 47kb)
05-14-12 Author Unknown How A Coronary Stenosis Progresses
(MS-Word - 52kb)
05-13-12 Author Unknown Trial To Assess Chelation Therapy
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05-09-12 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, USA The role of mercury and cadmium heavy metals in vascular disease, hypertension, coronary heart disease, and myocardial infarction.
(MS-Word - 28kb)
04-21-12 Saigon Giai Phong Vietnam: 8th death from mysterious skin disease
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Response From James Siow
Responses From Doctors
02-28-12 Michael O'Riordan Discovery hints at why cardiac death risk is highest in early morning
(MS-Word - 32kb)
02-18-12 Andrew Michrowski, Ph.D.
The Planetary Association
for Clean Energy, Inc.
Electromagnetic Fields:
High-Level Microwave Technology Concerns
(PDF File - 1,895kb)
01-22-12 Sanjeev Kumar Kanchan USA Sets Mercury Emission Limits
Heavy Metals In Vegetables
(MS-Word - 570kb)
01-17-12 Micro Trace Minerals 2012 Newsletter
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01-12-11 J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). 2011 Aug; vol. 13(8) pp. 621-7
Houston MC
Role of mercury toxicity in hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and stroke.
(MS-Word - 22kb)
01-12-11 J Med Assoc Thai. 2011 Feb; vol. 94 Suppl 1 pp. S134-46
Einerson B, Nathorn C, Kitiyakara C, Sirada M, Thamlikitkul V
The efficacy of ascorbic acid in suboptimal responsive anemic hemodialysis patients
receiving erythropoietin: a meta-analysis.
(MS-Word - 20kb)
01-03-12 Dr. E.Blaurock-Busch PhD
Wissenschaftliche Leitung / Scientific Management
Micro Trace Minerals

Journal of Clinical Medicine veröffentlicht.
Geleitet wurde diese Studie von Prof. Omnia Raffat der Universität Kairo.

OF ARAB CHILDREN WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS is now published in MAEDICA, Journal of Clinical Medicine. This study was directed by Prof. Omnia Raffat, University of Kairo.
11-15-11 Emma Hitt, PhD
and Désirée Lie, MD, MSEd
Antihypertensive Drugs More Effective When Taken At Night
(MS-Word - 35kb)
11-08-11 Medical Professional Homeopathic Pharmacy
Townsend Letter - October 2011
Chelation Article Misleading
(MS-Word - 160kb)
10-29-11 Journal of the
American College of Cardiology
Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease
Go To Medscape Web Site               Download Article Links Page
10-20-11 Author Unknown Photo Results From Mercury Exposure Due To Energy Saver Globe Exploding
(PDF File - 479kb)
10-20-11 Life Extension Synthetic Alpha Tocopherol Increase Prostate Cancer Risk
(PDF File - 229kb)
10-20-11 Balwant Garg, Tribune News Service Groundwater Uranium Level 20 Times Higher Than Normal In Bathinda
(MS-Word - 27kb)
10-19-11 DocAlert Requested DocAlert: Should Beta-Blockers Be Withheld
in Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction?
(MS-Word - 55kb)
09-30-11 Samira Alaani, Muhammed Tafash, Christopher Busby, Malak Hamdan and Eleonore Blaurock-Busch Uranium And Other Contaminants In Hair From The Parents Of Children
With Congenital Anomilies In Fallujah, Iraq
(MS-Word - 25kb)
09-27-11 Sasso AF, Isukapalli SS, Georgopoulos PG. A generalized physiologically-based toxicokinetic modeling system
for chemical mixtures containing metals.
(MS-Word - 38kb)
09-27-11 Díez S, Delgado S, Aguilera I, Astray J, Pérez-Gómez B, Torrent M, Sunyer J, Bayona JM. Prenatal and early childhood exposure to mercury and methylmercury in Spain,
a high-fish-consumer country.
(MS-Word - 26kb)
09-27-11 Shipp AM, Gentry PR, Lawrence G, Van Landingham C, Covington T, Clewell HJ, Gribben K, Crump K. Determination of a site-specific reference dose for methylmercury for fish-eating populations.
(MS-Word - 31kb)
09-27-11 Li P, Feng X, Qiu G. Methylmercury exposure and health effects from rice and fish consumption: a review.
(MS-Word - 27kb)
09-24-11 Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology
Robert Nataf, Corinne Skorupka,
Lorene Amet, Alain Lam,
Anthea Springbett, Richard Lathe
Porphyrinuria in Childhood Autistic Disorder:
Implications for Environmental Toxicity
(PDF File - 405kb)
Download Graphic Charts of Urinary Porphyrins
09-24-11 Peter Hinde Twelve Points on Vitamin B12
(MS-Word - 34kb)
09-16-11 Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism (1987)
Nicholas L. Schlageter, Richard E. Carson and Stanley I. Rapoport
Examination of Blood-Brain Barrier Permeability in Dementia of the Alzheimer Type
with [68Ga]EDTA and Positron Emission Tomography
(MS-Word - 22kb)
09-14-11 Kiah Bertoglio, BS, Rovert L. Hendren, DO New Developments in Autism
(PDF File - 158kb)
09-04-11 More Evidence Links Pesticides To Diabetes Amy Norton
(MS-Word - 29kb)
08-30-11 Sten Stovall AstraZeneca: Trial Shows Brilinta Mortality Benefit Versus Plavix
(MS-Word - 22kb)
08-30-11 WordPress.com Toxic Metals Found In Pandemrix Swine Flu Vaccine By Swedish Doctor
(MS-Word - 30kb)
08-09-11 Asian Journal
of Pharmaceutical
and Clinical Research
Amitava Ghosh, Piyali Chakrabarti, Partha Roy, Somnath Bhudury, Tanushree Nag and Simli Sarkar
BioRemediation of Heavy Metals from Neem (Azadirachta Indica)
Leaf Extract by Chelation with Dithizone
(PDF File - 173kb)
07-21-11 Stephanie Nebehay Health Care Is 'High-Risk Business': WHO
(MS-Word - 25kb)
07-28-11 Allison Gandey Low Vitamin D Linked To Atherosclerosis
(MS-Word - 27kb)
07-20-11 Micro Trace Minerals
Yvette Busch
Micro Trace Minerals
July 2011 Newsletter
(MS-Word - 56kb)
07-12-11 National Counsel,
Consumers for Dental Choice
Council of Europe calls for
“restricting or prohibiting the use of amalgams.”

05-28-11 Carin Smit The small study we launched in India is changing the face of pollution
and lack of accountability in that country.
(Article Listed Below)
05-23-11 Peggy Steele Phase-down of silver amalgam fillings may just be an attempt to hoodwink the public.
(MS-Word - 31kb)
05-06-11 Reed Miller Red Wine Polyphenol Stent Shows Promise
(MS-Word - 27kb)
05-04-11 John Cannell, MD Bruce Hollis
Keep Your Vitamin D Level Around 50 ng/ml
(MS-Word - 21kb)
05-02-11 Dwight Lundell, MD Without Inflammation, Cholesterol Won't Accumulate In Blood Vessel Walls
And Cause Heart Disease.
(MS-Word - 34kb)
04-23-11 Medscape Medical News Calcium Supplements and CV Events: New Data, More Debate
04-23-11 Medscape Medical News Low Glycemic Level Linked to Higher Mortality in Elderly
04-16-11 Lin-Tan DT, Lin JL, Yen TH, Chen KH, Huang YL, Sehnert KW, Clague AF, Cheraskin E., Lim PS. Four Articles: (MS-Word - 33kb)
  1. Long-term outcome of repeated lead chelation therapy in progressive non-diabetic chronic kidney diseases.
  2. Low-level environmental exposure to lead and progressive chronic kidney diseases.
  3. The improvement in renal function following EDTA chelation and multi-vitamin-trace mineral therapy: a study in creatinine clearance.
  4. Disappearance of immune deposits with EDTA chelation therapy in a case of IgA nephropathy.
04-06-11 Nancy Walsh
Staff Writer, MedPage Today
Welders at Risk of Neuronal Damage
REMM Web Site
U.S. Department Of Health & Human Services Radiation Emergency Medical Management - Managing Internal Contamination

Click here for more information on Managing Radiation Contamination
03-20-11 Carin S. Smit Alzheimer's Disease Successfully Treated Using Adipose-Derived Stem Cell Technology Developed by AdiStem Ltd.
(MS-Word Doc - 38kb)
03-14-11 Dr. E.Blaurock-Busch PhD Japan Alert - Potassium Iodine Tablets
(NotePad Text File - 2kb)
02-28-11 naturalnews.tv
Video produced by Alan Golding
This is an 8-minute excerpt from the film "Selective Hearing"
about the lies of Brian Deer on vaccines, autism and the Lancet 12 parents.
02-14-11 ABC News Excessive Zinc In Procter & Gamble Fixodent
(Article Below On This Page)
02-03-11 Gary Osborn, RPh Counterfeit Products Being Circulated In India
(NotePad Text File - 3kb)
Christina Winters
Administrator, British Society for Ecological Medicine (BSEM)

Dr. Damien Downing
President of the British Society for Ecological Medicine

March 9, 10 & 11, 2011 - London, England
2011-03-09-10-ImmunologyAndRespiratory-London-TrainingFlyer.pdf (235KB)
2011-03-09-10-ImmunologyAndRespiratory-London-TrainingFlyer.doc (356KB)
2011-03-11-ProgramAndRegistrationForm-Training-ScientificConference.doc (342KB)

Andrew Wakefield will be giving his side of the story
at a London conference on vaccination
See also 01-27-11 (Two articles down from this one)
01-31-11 Cebrian D, Tapia A, Real A, Morcillo MA. Inositol hexaphosphate: a potential chelating agent for uranium.
(MS-Word - 21kb)
01-27-11 NaturalNews.com False Allegations Of Fraud Made By The British Medical Journal
Are Dropped Against Andrew Wakefield

Entero-colitis and Disintegrative Disorder Following MMR
A Review of the First Seven Cases

(MS-Word - 33kb)
01-11-11 Manosij Ghosh, Maumita Bandyopadhyay, Anita Mukherjee
Centre of Advanced Study in Cell
and Chromosome Research,
Department of Botany
University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
Genotoxicity of titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles
at two trophic levels: Plant and human lymphocytes
(PDF File - 1,236kb)
01-11-11 E. Blaurock-Busch, PhD; Albrecht Friedle, Dipl.Ing.(FH) Chemistry; Michael Godfrey, MD; Prof. Claus E.E. Schulte-Uebbing, MD Metal exposure in the physically and mentally challenged children of Punjab, India
(PDF File - 164kb)
01-11-11 E. Blaurock-Busch, PhD North West University's Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. November 29, 2010
(PDF File - 665kb)
01-11-11 Sheree Bega, Canvas Life Living in South Africa's own Chernobyl
Hundreds of shacks have been erected on a toxic and radioactive mine dump
(PDF File - 2,687kb)
12-22-10 Zheng Yan Zhao, MD; Li Liang, MD; Xiaoqing Fan, MD; Zhonghua Yu, PhD; Arland T. Hotchkiss, PhD; Barry J. Wilk, MA; Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS LAc The Role of Modified Citrus Pectin as an Effective Chelator
of Lead in Children Hospitalized with Toxic Lead Levels
(PDF File - 295kb)
11-12-10 Author Unknown Heavy Metals, other Neurotoxins and the Role of Candida and other Micro-Organisms.
(PDF File - 262kb)
11-6-10 New England Journal of Medicine Adverse Events Associated With Testosterone Administration
(MS-Word - 55kb)
10-28-10 Alexandra Gramowski, Juliane Flossdorf, Kunal Bhattacharya, Ludwig Jonas, Margareta Lantow, Qamar Rahman, Dietmar Schiffmann, Dieter G. Weiss,
and Elke Dopp
Nanoparticles Induce Changes of the Electrical Activity
of Neuronal Networks on Microelectrode Array Neurochips

(PDF File - 3,652kb)
10-22-10 Kate Hoffman, Thomas F. Webster,
Marc G. Weisskopf, Janice Weinberg,
Verónica M. Vieira
Exposure to Polyfluoroalkyl Chemicals and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
in U.S. Children Aged 12-15 Years
(MS-Word - 42kb)
10-07-10 www.cryptogon.com Genetically Modified Soy Causes Reproductive Havoc
(MS-Word - 23kb)
08-04-10 Author Unknown Spanish professor with Chronic Mercury Intoxication goes on Hunger Strike
(Web Site Link - Spanish)
07-22-10 E. Blaurock-Busch, Albrecht Friedle, Michael Godfrey, Claus E.E. Schulte-Uebbing and Carin Smit Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics
Metal Exposure in the Children of Punjab, India
(MS-Word - 23kb)
07-21-10 Rakhi Agarwal, Sudhir K. Goel, and Jai Raj Behari Research Article on the Effects of Curcumin on Mercury Exposure
(MS-Word - 22kb)
07-21-10 Caroline Kuiper, Ilona G.M. Molenaar, Gabi U. Dachs, Margaret J. Currie, Peter H. Sykjes, and Margreet C.M. Vissers Vitamin C Has Vital Role In Battle Against Cancer
(PDF File - 409kb)
07-14-10 Peter Jennrich Collection Of Funds For Punjab
(MS-Word - 31kb)
05-30-10 Journal Of Medical Physics U.S. Radiation Exposure
(PDF File - 94kb)
05-23-10 Akihiko Nunomura, Kazuhiro Honda, Atsushi Takeda, Keisuke Hirai, Xiongwei Zhu, Mark A. Smith, and George Perry Oxidative Damage To RNA In Neurodegenerative Diseases
(MS-Word - 175kb)
05-22-10 Robert Nataf, Corinne Skorupka, Lorene Amet, Alain Larn, Anthea Springbett and Richard Lathe Porphyrinuria in childhood autistic disorder. Implications for environmental toxicity
(PDF File - 464kb)
05-22-10 Robert Nataf, Corinne Skorupka, Alain Larn, Anthea Springbett and Richard Lathe Porphyrinuria in childhood autistic disorder is not associated with urinary creatinine deficiency
(PDF File - 229kb)
05-05-10 Dr. George J. Georgiou. Ph.D., N.D., DSc (AM) The Discovery of a Unique Natural Heavy Metal Chelator
(MS-Word - 67kb)
04-29-10 Dr. Sarah Myhill Dr. Sarah Myhill defends her case at the General Medical Council Interim Orders Panel hearing
(MS-Word - 79kb)
04-29-10 Brian S. Schwartz, MD, MS, Brian Caffo, PhD, Walter F. Stewart, PhD, MPH, Haley Hedlin, BA, Bryan D. James, MA, PhD, David Yousem, MD, and Christos Davatzikos, PhD Evaluation of Cumulative Lead Dose and Longitudinal Changes
in Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Former Organolead Workers
(Adobe PDF File - 774kb)
04-22-10 James Adams Summary Of BioMedical Treatments For Autism
(MS-Word - 216kb)
04-15-10 C.E. Holloway, M. Margolis, F. George, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Heavy Metal Exposures, Developmental Milestones, and Physical Symptoms in Children with Autism
(MS-Word - 46kb)
04-08-10 Carin Smit Dirty energy keeps killing the children and the most vulnerable in societies
High noon for Eskom's (South Africa’s Power Giant) World Bank loan bid
Punjabi children are proof that danger is in the wake of dirty energy generation
Coal-fired power plants generate 10X the amount of uranium-exposure in its plume,
compared to nuclear power plants
Big industrial needs over and against rural poverty and suffering
(MS-Word - 22kb)
03-28-10 Blaurock-Busch-MTM Nano-Titanium Dioxide: Nano-particles can heal, but also kill, research says. Avoiding unnecessary ones such as titanium dioxide, the whitener in many foods and nutrients, makes sense. MicroTraceMinerals Lab
03-27-10 CBC News Pfizer To Pay $142 Million For Drug Fraud
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03-24-10 Liu CS, Lii CK, Chang LL, Kuo CL, Cheng WL, Su SL, Tsai CW, Chen HW. Atorvastatin increases blood ratios of vitamin E/low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and coenzyme Q10/low-density lipoprotein cholesterol in hypercholesterolemic patients.
(MS-Word - 24kb)
03-01-10 Lauren Cook Harmful substance 'may be found in fruit drinks'
(MS-Word - 25kb)
02-16-10 Carin Smit Uranium Contamination for Divanshu Sabharwal in Punjab, India
Existing Customs Problems For Needed Medications
(MS-Word - 949kb)
02-09-10 Carin Smit Acid Mine Drainage in West Rand, South Africa
(MS-Word - 177kb)
02-09-10 BBC Report Fish Oils Prevent Mental Illness
(Article Below)
02-03-10 E. Blaurock-Busch, PhD Micro Trace Minerals Newsletter - January 2010
(PDF File - 36kb)
02-03-10 Matthew I. Worthley, MBBS, PhD
Anisha Prabhu, BSc(Hons)
Paolo De Sciscio, BHSci(Hons)
Carlee Schultz, BHSci
Prashanthan Sanders, MBBS, PhD
Scott R. Willoughby, PhD
Detrimental Effects Of Energy Drink Consumption On Platelet And Endothelial Function
(MS-Word - 28kb)
01-30-10 Stephen Brown Vitamins And Teenagers
(MS-Word - 69kb)
01-19-10 Shideh Pouria Member Shideh Pouria wishes to announce a seminar on Complex Disease Treatment.
Details may be found at
12-31-09 Emma Wilkinson Type-Two Diabetes - Limb Amputations Rise
(MS-Word - 31kb)
12-28-09 World Health Organization Health Risks of Heavy Metals from Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution
(PDF File - 2MB)
12-26-09 Hasnain Patel EDTA Dose Calculator
(MS-Excel Spreadsheet - 36kb)
12-26-09 Environment Agency and WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) Processed Fuel Oil - End Of Waste Criteria
(PDF File - 183kb)
12-26-09 Environment Agency and WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) Schedule V - Specifications Of Used Oil Suitable For Recycling
(PDF File - 25kb)
12-26-09 Health & Medicine Magazine Study shows nearly 1/3 of human genome is involved in gingivitis.
(MS-Word - 31kb)
12-06-09 Dr. Romy B. Paredes MD,CMT
Integrative Medicine Specialist
Coal's Assault On Human Health
(MS-Word - 22kb)
12-04-09 Claus Hancke MD
Specialist in General Medicine
Response To Vitamin C In EDTA Infusions
(MS-Word - 27kb)
12-02-09 Walter C. Prozialeck, Joshua R. Edwards, Daniel W. Nebert, James M. Woods, Aaron Barchowsky and William D. Atchison The Vascular System as a Target of Metal Toxicity
(MS-Word - 34kb)
11-30-09 The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning, International, Inc., Bio-Communications Research Institute Intravenous Ascorbate as a Chemotherapeutic and Biologic Response Modifying Agent
(MS-Word - 61kb)
11-30-09 Author Unknown Vitamin C And Heart Disease
(MS-Word - 1mb)
11-30-09 Hasnain Patel MD CMT SEO Vitamin C And Heart Disease - Comment
(MS-Word - 22kb)
11-7-09 Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Comments which reiterates the value of oral DMSA for autistic clients.
(MS-Word - 75kb)
11-03-09 Paul Lam - Hong Kong Hong Kong Mercury Contamination
(MS-Word - 21kb)
11-03-09 Author Unknown Denmark Dolphin Massacre
(MS-Word - 748kb)
10-29-09 Mike Godfrey MBBS, Tauranga, NZ Dental amalgam mercury is a contributing factor for breast cancer.
(MS-Word - 31kb)
10-28-09 Stephen J. Walker, Jeffrey Segal, Michael Aschner Cultured lymphocytes from autistic children and non-autistic siblings
up-regulate heat shock protein RNA in response to thimerosal challenge.
(PDF File - 1.5Mb)
10-26-09 Carin S. Smit – C/CMT H1N1 Monovalent Flu Vaccine
(MS-Word - 72kb)
10-25-09 James Adams, Matthew Baral, Elizabeth Geis, Jessica Mitchell, Julie Ingram, Andrea Hensley, Irene Zappia, Sanford Newmark, Eva Gehn, Robert Rubin, Ken Mitchell, Jeff Bradstreet and Jane El-Dahr Oral Chelation Autism Study
(MS-Word - 71kb)
10-25-09 Synapse Africa Neuro-Nutritional Clinic Uranium Traces Found In Southern California
(MS-Word - 35kb)
10-8-09 Claire B. Ernhart, Sandra Scarr
and David F. Geneson
On Being a Whistleblower: The Needleman Case
(PDF File - 1,346kb)
10-03-09 Carin Smit Uranium Fact Sheet
(MS-Word - 43kb)
09-28-09 Jaymie R. Meliker, Rober L. Wahl, Lorranine L. Cameron
and Jerome O. Nriagu
Arsenic in drinking water and cerebrovascular disease, diabetes mellitus,
and kidney disease in Michigan: a standardized mortality ratio analysis
(PDF File - 316kb)
09-23-09 Dr. Raymond Pahlplatz Effect of DMPS and DMSA on the Placental
and Fetal Disposition of Methylmercury
(WordPad RTF Document - 4kb)
09-09-09 E. Blaurock-Busch, PhD Chelation Corner: Chelating Iron in Conditions of Iron Overload (Hemochromatosis)
09-09-09 Dr.E.Blaurock-Busch PhD Thiomersal and Swine Flu Vaccine
08-12-09 Dr. Veena Kalra LeadPoisoning
(MS-Word - 23kb)
08-08-09 Anjali Singh Deswal Experts Differ Over Effects of Uranium
07-29-09 Renne Dufault, Blaise LeBlanc, Roseanne Schnoll, Charles Cornett, Laura Schweitzer, David Wallinga, Jane Hightower, Lyn Patrick and Walter J. Lukiw Mercury from chlor-alkali plants: measured concentrations in food product sugar
(PDF File - 228kb)
07-25-09 Dr.E.Blaurock-Busch PhD
Micro Trace Minerals Laboratory Services GmbH
MTM Information Service July 09
(Article Below)
06-25-09 Anne Marie Roussel, PhD; Isabelle Hininger-Favier, PhD; Robert S. Waters, MD; Mireille Osman, MS; Karen Fernholz, RN; and Richard A. Anderson, PhD EDTA Chelation therapy, without Added Vitamin C,
Decreases Oxidative DNA Damage and Lipid Peroxidation
(PDF File - 655kb)
06-23-09 Paul Stoller, MD Resignation Letter To The American Academy Of Pediatrics
(PDF File - 34kb)
06-12-09 Carin Smit Uranium Mine in Jadugoda, India
(MS-Word - 48kb)
05-24-09 Carin Smit Punjab India Tests
(MS-Word - 24kb)
05-22-09 Gary Osborn Corn Syrup Contaminated With Mercury in Many Brand-Name Food Products
(MS-Word - 73kb)
04-21-09 Kirkman Appeal for Childrean of Punjab, Pakistan
(MS-Word - 4.3MB)
04-08-09 Dr. Rajesh Shinde Disodium EDTA Relieves Calcific Tendinitis Of The Shoulder
(MS-Word - 28kb)
04-04-09 Priay Yadav, TNN India, Uranium Contaminated Water
(JPG Graphics File - 764kb)
04-04-09 Madhavi Rajadhyaksha, TNN India, Mercury Contaminated Fish
(JPG Graphics File - 473kb)
04-01-09 Valery Leytin, David J. Allen, Asuman Mutlu, Armen V. Gyulkhandanyan,
Sergiy Mykhaylov and John Freedman
Mitochondrial Control Of Platelet Apoptosis
(MS-Word - 265kb)
03-31-09 British Medical Journal Mercury Intoxication
(MS-Word - 57kb)

Responses To Above Article
03-30-09 Author Unknown Cancer Prevention
(MS-Word - 29kb)
03-30-09 Author Unknown Pharmaceutical Pollution Is Out Of Control
(MS-Word - 37kb)
03-16-09 Robert W. Sears Is Aluminum The New Thimerosal
(MS-Word - 53kb)
03-16-09 Paul Hopkins Effects Of Dietary Cholesterol On Serum Cholesterol
(PDF File - 1,870kb)
03-14-09 Author Unknown Treatment Of Diabetes
(MS-Word - 52kb)
03-13-09 Author Unknown Toxic Metals In Ayurvedic Remedies
(MS-Word - 31kb)
03-09-09 MedIndia.com Arsenic Exposure In Water May Cause Diabetes
(MS-Word - 23kb)
03-07-09 Park SB, Choi SW and Nam AY Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis And Metabolic Syndrome
(MS-Word - 23kb)
03-07-09 H. Vasken Aposhian, Daniel L. Morgan,
H. L. Sam Queen, Richard M. Maiorino, and Mary M. Aposhian
Vitamin C, Glutathione, or Lipoic Acid Did Not Decrease Brain or Kidney Mercury
in Rats Exposed to Mercury Vapor
(PDF File - 138kb)

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03-01-09 Mitali Joshi Asparagus May Cure Cancer
(MS-Word - 25kb)
02-23-09 E. Blaurock-Busch, PhD Defining Metal Intoxication
(MS-Word - 23kb)
02-23-09 Dr.E.Blaurock-Busch PhD Court Rejects Claims That Either the Measles/Mumps/Rubella Vaccine or Timerosal in Vaccines Caused Children's Autism
(MS-Word - 23kb)
02-16-09 Robert B. Freedman A Non-Catalytic Disulphide Bond
Regulating Redox Flux In The ER Oxidative Folding Pathway
(PDF File - 233kb)
02-16-09 Paul Connett, Phd End Water Fluoridation Worldwide
(MS-Word - 30kb)
02-15-09 Michael Smith, North American Correspondent, MedPage Today Proton Pump Inhibitors Blamed For Clopidogrel Resistance
(MS-Word - 3 Pages - 35kb)
02-15-09 Michael Smith, North American Correspondent, MedPage Today Proton Pump Inhibitors Blamed For Clopidogrel Resistance
(PDF File - 7 Pages - 219kb)
02-06-09 Sunita Narain Edible Oils
(MS-Word - 33kb)
02-04-09 Carin S. Smit Response To Feb 2nd Article on UNEP Mercury Programs
(MS-Word - 76kb)
02-02-09 Dr. R.C. Srivastava, Ph.D Guidance and Awareness Raising Materials Under New UNEP Mercury Programs
(Indian Scenario)
(PDF File - 1,049kb)
01-31-09 Chen Jia, China Daily Birth Defects Soar Due To Pollution
(MS-Word - 24kb)
01-30-09 Delhi Pollution Control Committee Mercury Waste Management in Delhi
(MS-Word - 26kb)
01-29-09 Terry Chappell Drug Companies Corrupt Medicine
01-28-09 Gary Garetano, Michael Gochfeld
and Alan H. Stern
Comparison of Indoor Mercury Vapor in Common Areas of Residential Buildings
with Outdoor Levels in a Community Where Mercury Is Used for Cultural Purposes
(PDF File - 115kb)
01-28-09 Mike Adams High Fructose Corn Syrup Contaminated with Toxic Mercury (MS-Word - 44kb)
Web Site: http://www.naturalnews.com/025442.html
01-20-09 James Siow James Siow, Secretary of the IBCMT Responds To A
Chelation Book by Dr. Rashid Buttar, Chairman of ABCMT
(MS-Word - 24kb)
01-16-09 E. Bergfors, C. Bjorkelund Nineteen cases of persistent pruritic nodules and contact allergy to aluminium
after injection of commonly used aluminium-adsorbed vaccines.
(MS-Word - 22kb)
01-05-09 Tee L. Guidotti, MD, MPH, DABT & Lisa Ragain, MAT Preventing Children From Toxic Exposures
(PDF File - 121kb)
01-05-09 Heidi Vogt Lead Car Batteries Poisons African Town
(JPG Graphic File - 278kb)
12-29-08 Arnab Pratim Dutta Mercury Is Traceable
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12-29-08 Cornelia W. E. Hoedemaekers, MD, PhD; Jacqueline M. T. Klein Gunnewiek, PhD; Marieke A. Prinsen; Johannes L. Willems, PhD; Johannes G. Van der Hoeven, MD, PhD Accuracy Of Bedside Glucose Measurement from three Glucometers in Criticaly Ill Patients
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12-29-08 Howard Chey, MD, MPH, Susan Buchanan, MD, MPH Toxins In Everyday Life
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12-17-08 Andrea Gawrylewski The Secret Of HIV Control
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12-15-08 Susan P. Porterfield Vulnerability Of The Developing Brain To Thyroid Abnormalities
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12-13-08 David Gutierrez FDA Reluctantly Admits Mercury Fillings Have Neurotoxic Effects on Children
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Web Site
James S. Woods Altered Porphyrin Metabolism As A Biomarker Of Mercury Exposure And Toxicity
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11-26-08 Michael Hawthorne EPA, with White House nudge, eases rule on lead emissions
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11-25-08 Walter C. Prozialeck, Joshua R. Edwards, Daniel W. Nebert, James M. Woods, Aaron Barchowsky and William D. Atchison The Vascular System As A Target Of Metal Toxicity
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11-20-08 Michael Miller Listening To Music Increases Blood Flow
11-11-08 NHS - National Health Science Metals in Wine
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11-10-08 Jon Barron World's Greatest Medical Failures
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11-09-08 Mike Godfrey Response to the role of mercury and cadmium heavy metals in vascular disease, hypertension, coronary heart disease, and myocardial infarction.
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11-07-08 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, USA The role of mercury and cadmium heavy metals in vascular disease, hypertension, coronary heart disease, and myocardial infarction.
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11-06-08 Lee CTC, Adler AI, Forouhi NG, Luben R, Welch A, Khaw KT, Bingham S,
Wareham NJ
Eating fish at least twice a week may help people with diabetes
to reduce their risk of kidney disease.
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11-05-08 Ron Winslow Study Could Widen Market For Cholesterol Treatments
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11-05-08 Hui-Fen Chiu, PhD, Chih-Ching Channg, MD, PhD, Shang-Shyue Tsai, PhD, Chun-Yuh Yang, PhD Does Arsenic Exposure Increase the Risk for Diabetes Mellitus?
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9-28-08 Stephen Barrett, M.D. Why The NIH Study Of Chelation Should Be Stopped
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9-26-08 Marilynn Marchione Government Probes Chelation Heart Disease Study
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8-31-08 American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Parkinson’s Disease, Macular Degeneration and Cutaneous Signs of Mercury Toxicity
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8-28-08 Joseph M. Braun; Tanya E. Froehlich; Julie L. Daniels; Kim N. Dietrich; Richard Hornung; Peggy Auinger; Bruce P. Lanphear The association of tobacco smoke and environmental lead exposure with conduct disorder (CD).
8-28-08 Singapore Newspaper Article Mercury on Lianhe Zaobao
Mercury in Illegal Wildlife Trade
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8-26-08 Andrew Maharg Inappropriate Levels of Arsenic Found in Commercial Rice Bran Products
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8-24-08 Michael Sheridan Millions Forfeit Water To Olympic Games
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8-25-08 Journal of the American Medical Association Diabetes: Tap water may be a major cause
8-12-08 The Center for Health, Environment & Justice Baby’s Toxic Bottle: Bisphenol A Leaching from Popular Baby Bottles
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8-9-08 E. Blaurock-Busch, PhD with Paul K.L. Lam, MD Cause and Treatment of Chronic Mercury Intoxication in Hong Kong Children
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8-7-08 Katia Dyrda & Paul Khairy Electrical And Magnetic Sources Of Pollution
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8-4-08 E. Blaurock-Busch and Peter VanderSchaar Chelating therapies are not new, and acceptance varies from country to country.
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7-28-08 NIOSH: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology And Surveillance
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7-28-08 Neil Osterweil FDA Shifts Stance On Mercury In Dental Amalgam
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7-25-08 Ja-Liang Lin, MD, Dan-Tzu Lin-Tan, RN Yi-Jung Li, MD, Kuan-Hsing Chen, MD, Yen-Lin Huang Low-Level Environmental Exposure to Lead and Progressive Chronic Kidney Diseases
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7-17-08 Nature Clinical Practice Cardiovascular Medicine Atherosclerosis Regulatory Mechanisms
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7-16-08 Jenny Thompson Cholesterol Screening for Kids
7-14-08 CoMed Inc. Government's Defense of Mercury in Vaccines Shaken by Withdrawl of Expert Reports.
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7-14-08 Michael O'Riordan Alpha-Linolenic Acid Reduces Risk Of Nonfatal MI CME
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7-11-08 HasnainPatel India's Steel Pollution Cover Up
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6-26-08 Report of the Dental Material Commission FDA Declares Dental Amalgams Contain Mercury
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6-18-08 News Article Wyeth's February 19, 2008 vaccine court case regarding thimerosal autism.
Baltimore, Maryland.
6-15-08 Carin Smit
South African neuro-nutritional therapist
Special Children Of Punjab (Africa)
MICRO TRACE MINERALS has agreed to test about 300 children free of charge
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6-10-08 International Journal of Toxicology and supported by the National Institutes of Health Mercury Linked To Arterial Damage
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6-9-08 Dr. Ian Graham Asymmetric Dimethylarginine Predicts Cardiovascular Risk in Women
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6-4-08 Hien T. Nghiem, MD Coronary Calcium Coverage Score a Significant Predictor of Coronary Events
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6-4-08 D. Religa, MD; D. Strozyk, MD; R.A. Cherny, PhD: I. Volitakis, BSc(Hons): V. Haroutunian, PhD; B. Winblad, MD, PhD; J. Naslund, PhD; and A.I. Bush, MBBS, PhD Elevated Cortical Zinc In Alzheimer Disease
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5-7-08 Bruce R. Dooley, M.D. Large Population Mercury Test results
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5-6-08 Dr. Eng Soo Kiang WildAid: Illegal Wildlife Trade - Mercury Threat
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5-2-08 Charlie Brown, National Counsel
Consumers for Dental Choice
The FDA is reopening public comments on a rule first proposed in 2002 that would place precapsulated amalgam in Class II.
5-1-08 Linda Brookes, MSc
(Medscape Cardiology)
New AntiHypertensive Therapies
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4-29-08 Bernard Windham Mercury Exposure Levels from Amalgam Dental Fillings
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4-23-8 Michael O'Riordan Low Vitamin D Levels Associated With Higher Prevalence of Peripheral Artery Disease CME
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4-28-08 Sue Hughes Heparin Contaminant and Mechanism of Adverse Events Published
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4-16-08 Jospeh Jozic and Shyam Bhakta A Comparison of Bare-Metal and Drug-Eluting Stents for Off-Label Indications
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Bulletin Board

Council of Europe calls for
“restricting or prohibiting the use of amalgams.”


Council of Europe calls for “restricting or prohibiting the use of amalgams.”

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution on 27 May 2011 urging its 47 member countries to start “restricting or prohibiting the use of amalgams as dental fillings.” Deputy Jean Huss, Luxembourg’s representative to the Council of Europe (not to be confused with the European Union), drafted the meticulously researched report that explains two major reasons behind this call to action:
  1. Amalgam is a health threat: “...amalgams are the prime source of exposure to mercury for developed countries, also affecting embryos, foetuses (through the placenta) and children (through breastfeeding). Exposure to mercury can seriously affect the health of patients and dental professionals…”

  2. Amalgam is an environmental threat: “...between 60 and 90 tonnes of mercury from dental surgeries are released into and contaminate Europe’s atmosphere, surface waters and soil every year.”

Known as “Europe’s Third Parliament,” the Council of Europe encompasses all of Europe, not just the 27 E.U. nations, but Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Switzerland, the Caucuses, all of the Balkans, and all of Scandinavia.

The Council of Europe’s ground-breaking resolution will have a favorable impact on the ongoing mercury treaty negotiations. With this resolution, the Council of Europe joins the growing international call for the amalgam phase-out that is already endorsed by the African region, the Arab League, and the United States.

The next session for the mercury treaty negotiations will be in Nairobi on October 30.

National Counsel, Consumers for Dental Choice, http://www.toxicteeth.org


Betreff: Amalgam-Verbot/Prohibiting: Europa?

Europarat fordert "Einschränkung oder Verbot der Anwendung von Amalgam"

Die Parlamentarische Versammlung des Europarats nahm am 27. Mai 2011 eine Resolution an, in der seine 47 Mitgliedstaaten gedrängt werden, mit "Einschränkung oder Verbot von Amalgam als Zahnfüllungsmaterial" zu beginnen.

Der Abgeordnete Jean Huss, Repräsentant Luxemburgs im Europarat (nicht zu verwechseln mit der Europäischen Union), erstellte den sorgfältig recherchierten Report, in dem zwei wesentliche Gründe für diesen Aufruf genannt werden:
  1. Amalgam ist eine Gefahr für die Gesundheit: "... Amalgam ist die wichtigste Quelle der Quecksilberbelastung in den entwickelten Ländern und schädigt u.a. den Embryo, den Fötus (durch die Plazenta) und Kinder (beim Stillen). Die Belastung durch Quecksilber kann die Gesundheit von Patienten und zahnärztlichem Personal gravierend beeinträchtigen..."

  2. Amalgam ist eine Gefahr für die Umwelt: "... zwischen 60 und 90 Tonnen Quecksilber werden jährlich aus den Zahnarztpraxen freigesetzt und kontaminieren Europas Atmosphäre, Oberflächenwasser und Erdreich."

Bekannt als "Europas drittes Parlament", umfasst der Europarat das gesamte Europa, nicht nur die 27 EU-Staaten, sondern auch Russland, Ukraine, Türkei, Schweiz, die Länder des Kaukasus, des Balkans und Skandinaviens.

Die bahnbrechende Resolution des Europarats wird einen positiven Einfluss auf die laufenden Verhandlungen über einen Quecksilbervertrag ausüben. Mit dieser Resolution folgt der Europarat dem wachsenden internationalen Ruf nach einem Amalgam-Ausstieg, der bereits von der afrikanischen Region, den arabischen Ländern und den Vereinigten Staaten befürwortet wird.

Die nächste Sitzung der Verhandlungen über einen Quecksilbervertrag beginnt am 30. Oktober 2011 in Nairobi.

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The small study we launched in India is changing the face of pollution and lack of accountability in that country.

From: Carin S. Smit - C/CMT
Synapse Africa Neuro-Nutritional Clinic
E-mail: carinsm@gmail.com

Dear Grace

Thanks for your faithful work for IBCMT and remembering to alert us when there are articles worthy of dissemination.

I have been progressively amazed how the small study we launched in India is changing the face of pollution and lack of accountability in that country.

Below are a number of links - the first confirms that the central government has now officially started to seal hand pumps in Punjab and the article reported on in the link records the landmark closure of ground water pumps in the town of Faridkot, where this all started with the 400 odd disabled children 3 years ago! The second records the work of a Punjabi, Sukhi Singh, now an American citizen and prominent business man, who had read about the plight of his Punjabi relatives and formed an awareness group in the USA, which targets the plight of Punjabi's and brings awareness of the dearth of illnesses, notably cancers, infertility, deformity and retardation.

Then I also wish to bring to the attention of members a very meaningful initiative in India, which targets toxicity and we need to work towards seeing such initiatives replicated in all countries worldwide.

So, below find the critical links.

Best wishes
Carin S. Smit - C/CMT
Synapse Africa Neuro-Nutritional Clinic

First Link:

Second Link:
Speech at Fremont Gerrie, California on Malwa Cancer, Punjab Water Contamination, Environmental disaster and fast declining reproductive health of Punjabis Sunday, May 22, 2011 (Fremont, California-USA) Punjab Foundation took the case of the Malwa Cancer, Water Contamination, Environmental disaster and fast declining reproductive health of Punjabis in the sangat's court of Fremont Gurudwara Sahib. The power point presentation and speech of Sukhi Chahal's , who is a founder of Punjab Foundation was so emotional and powerful that some females of the sangat cried upon knowing the ground realities of the increasing number of Childless Couples, Spontaneous Abortions, Premature Births, Low Weight Births, Early Childhood Deaths, Congenital Malformations, Menstrual Disorders, Ovary and Uterus Tumors; Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart and Blood Vessel Diseases, Bone and Joint Diseases, Allergies, Asthma and Cancers which are the well-known effects of Water Contamination and Environmental Toxicity which is visibly on the rise in Punjab. He reminded the Sangat to Hope for the best but prepare for the worst. Punjab Foundation, (http://www.punjabfoundation.org) based in the USA's technology hub of Silicon Valley in Northern California, is a non-profit organization (501c3-pending IRS approval) dedicated to raise the awareness among the masses about the prevailing problem of increase in number of cases of Cancer and large number of other diseases which are prevalent in Punjab more so in the Malwa region.

Former Punjab state Health Minister Laxmi Kanta Chawla had admitted during Assembly Session on March 7, 2010 that between 2001 and 2009, the total number of cancer patients detected in the rural areas numbered 23,427, of which 16,730 died. At present, as many as 6,000 cancer patients were under treatment. According to well-informed sources, the actual numbers of deaths and suffering patient are much higher that admitted by the Punjab Government. Health scenario in Punjab has worsened rapidly in the last few decades. Evidence up to now clearly indicates that environmental toxicity is at its root. Excessive use of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, heavy metals, other industrial toxins, excessive fluorides in the water, plastic based chemicals, chemicals from the coal based thermal power plants and uranium are being incriminated for making the environment and food chain highly toxic. The surface water as well as ground water has been grossly contaminated by the above mentioned sources of toxicity. The Malwa area of Punjab has emerged as the epicenter of the disease and has come to be known as the cancer belt of Punjab.

According to a study conducted by a UK-based NGO, The Malwa belt of Punjab has the highest number of breast cancer cases in Punjab. The Cattle and other animals are also exhibiting similar disease pattern. Wild animals are fast dying and disappearing. Many species of the birds are either extinct or their numbers have drastically fallen. Same is the fate of small friendly animals like honey bee, earth worm, ghumaar, cheechak wauhti, jugnu and many more. It is expected also because the basic environment and the source of food and water are the same for animals as well as humans.

Instead of asking for any financial help for their Punjab Foundation or anyone else, Mr. Sukhi Chahal requested the sangat of Silicon Valley of California to take an opportunity for a lifetime to make a difference in the lives of your loved ones in the Punjab villages. He requested the NRI Punjabi diaspora to adopt a village to conduct free mammograms, pap's smear and biopsy through cancer detection & awareness camps to promote early detection of Breast, Cervix and Oral Cancer to save many lives who cannot afford. Request was made to Sponsor the Cancer Mobile Breast Cancer Detection Unit by Roko Cancer which cost $ 1000.00 per village. He mentioned Shiv Khera's famous quote that "It is not the activity of the rascals, but the inactivity of good people that destroys the society." He said that this is precisely is happing in our Punjabi society. Mr. Chahal reminded the sangat that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a small step and never forgets where you want to go but more importantly - never forget where you came from. The following other requests were made to Public:
  • Adopt a village and provide clean, safe drinking Water solution

  • Support Baba Farid Center for Special Children, Faridkot (which is taking care of more than 200 mentally disabled kids) to cure autism, cerebral palsy and neurological disorder in the kids • Support the credible NGO's like Kheti Virasat Mission for their campaign to Save Water, Soil and Environment of Punjab.

  • Sponsor Environmental Awareness Campaigning Mobile System to create public awareness about the effects of pesticides and GM crops, particularly in rural areas

  • Support Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal for anti-river pollution campaign

  • Sangat was requested to contact Sukhi Singh Chahal of Punjab Foundation for more information by calling +1 408-497-4100 or my email at sukhi@punjabfoundation.org

VERY EMOTIONAL: Please listen to the recording of RadioFM Vancouver discussion and reconsider your social responsibilities.

http://www.facebook.com/Punjab Foundation Malwa Cancer, Punjab Water Contamination, Environmental disaster and fast declining reproductive health of Punjabis.

PART 2 of 2
NOTE: Please click on the "Like" button on the Facebook to show your solidarity
Best Regards
Sukhi Singh Chahal
Punjab Foundation
Phone: +1 408-497-4100
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Excessive Zinc in Procter & Gamble Fixodent
ABC News Investigates: Class Action Lawsuit Claims Product Has Caused Devastating Problems
Fixodent: Can Excessive Use of Popular Denture Cream Cause Nerve Damage?


Studies found on the subject:
Hedera P et al. Myelopolyneuropathy and pancytopenia due to copper deficiency and high zinc levels of unknown origin II. The denture cream is a primary source of excessive zinc. Neurotoxicology. 2009 Nov;30(6):996-9. Epub 2009 Sep 2.

Chronic, excessive use of denture adhesive creams: suspected association with neuropathy: Dan Dent Assn - http://www.jcda.ca/article/a18/

S. P. Nations, P. J. Boyer et al. An unusual source of excess zinc, leading to hypocupremia and neurologic disease. 5 février 2008. Neurology. http://www.neurology.org/content/71/9/639.abstract

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BBC Report: Fish Oils Prevent Mental Illness

An international team from Austria, Australia and Switzerland tested the treatment of using fish oils in 81 people deemed to be at particularly high risk of developing psychosis. Their high risk was down to a strong family history of schizophrenia, or similar disorders, or them already showing mild symptoms of these conditions themselves.

For the test, half of the individuals took fish oil supplements (1.2 grams of omega-3 fatty acids) for 12 weeks, while the other half took only a dummy pill. Neither group knew which treatment they were receiving.

Dr Paul Amminger and his team followed the groups for a year to see how many, if any, went on to develop illness. Two in the fish oil group developed a psychotic disorder compared to 11 in the placebo group. [IMAGINE if they kept them on it for the whole year instead of just 12 weeks!]

They believe the omega-3 fatty acids found in the supplements may alter brain signaling in the brain with beneficial effects.

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Chelation Corner: Chelating Iron in Conditions of Iron Overload (Hemochromatosis)
September 9, 2009

Dr.E.Blaurock-Busch PhD


Online publication only

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Thiomersal and Swine Flu Vaccine
September 9, 2009

Dr.E.Blaurock-Busch PhD

Vaccine Information!

AAN Collaborates with CDC on H1N1 Vaccine Safety Monitoring

And Thiomersal is the preservative in swine flu vaccine!

Dr.E.Blaurock-Busch PhD
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AAN Collaborates with CDC on H1N1 Vaccine Safety Monitoring

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) are requesting neurologists to report any possible new cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) following 2009 H1N1 flu vaccination using the CDC and U. S. Food and Drug Administration Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

It is not anticipated that the 2009 H1N1 vaccine will have an increased risk of GBS. However, out of an abundance of caution, and given that GBS may be of greater concern with any pandemic vaccine because of the association of GBS with the 1976 swine flu vaccine, the CDC and AAN are asking neurologists to report any potential new cases of GBS after-vaccination as part of the CDC’s national vaccine safety monitoring campaign.

The Academy plans to reach neurologists and other health care professionals to encourage reporting cases of GBS following vaccination. “The active participation of neurologists is going to be critical for monitoring for any possible increase in GBS following 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccination,” said Orly Avitzur, MD, MBA, FAAN, who is leading the AAN effort. Resource materials, including upcoming webinars, will be available on AAN.com.

All neurologists nationwide who encounter patients with adverse events post-vaccination should use the CDC and FDA Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) to report their observations. Information on VAERS and case report forms will be available on AAN.com and at the VAERS website at http://vaers.hhs.gov.

The 2009 H1N1 vaccine is currently in production. Vaccination among high-risk groups – including infants, children, and young adults ages six months through 24 years, pregnant women, adults 25 and older with underlying health conditions, and health care workers – will begin this fall and will continue through the flu season.

Neurologists are doctors who specialize in treating neurologic disorders such as GBS, a rare disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks part of the peripheral nervous system, causing tingling and weakness in the arms and legs. Most GBS cases are treatable, but a few can be fatal.

For more information on GBS, visit the AAN’s website for the public at http://www.thebrainmatters.org. For more information on the 2009 H1N1 vaccine, visit the CDC’s website at http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu. In addition, the AAN guidelines regarding the treatment of GBS can be found at http://www.aan.com/practice/guideline/.

The American Academy of Neurology, an association of more than 21,000 neurologists and neuroscience professionals, is dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered neurologic care through education and research. A neurologist is a doctor with specialized training in diagnosing, treating and managing disorders of the brain and nervous system such as epilepsy, dystonia, migraine, Huntington’s disease, and dementia. For more information about the American Academy of Neurology, visit http://www.aan.com or http://www.thebrainmatters.org.

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Experts Differ Over Effects of Uranium
Anjali Singh Deswal - Tribune News Service
Bathinda, August 4, 2009

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Tolerance Level for Cadmium in Food Reduced

After the appearance of reports in the media about uranium not possibly being the reason for cancer in the Malwa belt of Punjab, some experts state that this is a wrong message being conveyed and would hinder the possible studies and tests to ascertain the cause of cancer in Malwa, which has not been done by the government yet.

“It was stated recently that Dr H.S. Virk, nuclear physicist, said uranium was not possibly the cause of cancer in Malwa. He has not done any research on uranium. One day, he states that uranium is not the cause and the next day, he says that uranium is the cause. I tested 90 samples and they all stated that water is contaminated with uranium and heavy metals in Malwa," said Dr Surinder Singh from GNDU, who is known to have conducted detailed research in the Malwa region for uranium.

Dr GS Dhillon, who has been with the irrigation and research institute at Amritsar and Punjab irrigation department for many years, stated that Bathinda witnessed a transformation since the two thermal power plants were set up here.

A higher incidence of cancer was reported after uranium was detected in the Malwa region (studies done by GNDU), and lack of proper treatment available in Bathinda made the problem worse.

Presence of uranium makes it difficult to supply clean drinking water to the villagers. It was stated by the experts recently that even RO plants installed by the state government are not effective in removing uranium and heavy metal toxicity in water.

"There were 107 cases of cancer reported in the Tawandi Sabo area and 80 were women. It was reported that the village pond at Jajjal village was filled with filthy water which was consumed by the cattle. The village was supplied with filtered canal water, which has become badly contaminated. The water in the village was found to have 59.3 mg/litre uranium. Other heavy metals like arsenic selenium, mercury, chromium and now radio elements like uranium have been found in water," Dr Dhillon stated.

Studies by the Kota Research Centre and Bhaba Atomic Research Centre confirm uranium's presence in Punjab.

The problem which should be answered is that experts have given different reasons for uranium's presence in Malwa. The experts of GNDU say that uranium could have come from Tosham hills in Haryana where granite rocks are found which have high radioactivity.

Another reason is environmental changes caused by waste generated by the thermal plants in Bathinda since 1970.

"Currently there are no rules and regulations made to monitor and regulate the environmental impact of fly ash ponds. In Bathinda, these ponds have created health problems due to waste from the ash ponds seeping into the groundwater," Dr Dhillon stated.

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Subject: MTM Information Service
July 2009

MTM Information Service July 09

Tolerance Level for Cadmium in Food reduced
Due to the nephrotoxicity of Cadmium, European governmental agencies for food safety (the equivalent of the US Food and Drug Administration) recommend that the weekly cadmium intake should not exceed 2.5mcg/kg body weight. The previous tolerance level was 7mcg/kg body weight per week. To our knowledge, Australia still recognizes 7mcg/kg BW/week as tolerance level.
For the general world population, average daily cadmium intake, from all sources, is in the range of 10-25 µg/day and has decreased steadily over the past 20 years. Smoking doubles the average daily intake. The tolerable daily cadmium intake established by the World Health Organization (WHO) is 60 µg/day for adult women and 70 µg/day for adult men.

Gentle Detox with Vitamin/Nutrient Infusions
Initial analytical data as compiled by Micro Trace Minerals indicate that the Vitamin/Mineralinfusion as written up by Dr. VanderSchaar in his IBCMT Textbook (www.ibcmt.com) provides a gentle alternative to synthetic chelating agents.

High Arsenic concentration in baseline urine can be caused by fish or algae intake.

Selenium can protect against bladder cancer

Antidote Folic acid: detoxifies Methanol, Formic acid and Formates

Our next German Workshop: 17. Okt. 2009 Cologne:
Theme: Optimizing Detoxification through the effective use of Chelating substances (lectures in German)
Näheres: www.microtrace.de

Punjab Study closed
Summary: hair mineral analysis results indicated longterm exposure to uranium, lead and other toxic metals. Urine analyses of pre and post DMSA urine samples confirmed long term and acute exposure. The study has been funded entirely by Micro Trace Minerals, Ing Friedle and team. Publication of this study is in planning.

Starting Monday, July 27, I will attend summer classes at Oxford University (UK). I plan to take care of my regular laboratory duties via e-mail, including answering analytical question. If I am a bit slow in responding, blame the Oxford curriculum. However, with the help of Ing Friedle and his analytical team, we will continue to pay close attention to validating results as usual.
If you have questions regarding office matters, if you need supplies, or have questions about sample turnaround, please contact the office directly at service@microtrace.de
Financial inquiries and other bookkeeping questions should be addressed to kboehm@microtrace.de
US inquiries may be directed to Steve Juntunen at info@microtraceminerals.com or service@microtrace.de

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Subject: Listening To Music Increases Blood Flow

Authors: Miller M, Beach V, Mangano C, Vogel RA.

November 20, 2008

Recent study results suggest that laughing and listening to music that makes people feel joyful can help to improve blood vessel function.

Michael Miller and colleagues studied the effect of different music on 10 volunteers. While the volunteers were listening to the music the researchers measured how well their blood vessels responded to a sudden increase in blood flow caused by the release of a blood pressure cuff.

Results showed that when the volunteers listened to music that made them feel joyful their blood vessels dilated by 26%. In comparison, listening to music that made the volunteers feel anxious caused blood vessels to dilate by 6%. Laughter was also found to improve blood flow. Listening to a comedy tape caused blood vessels to dilate by 19%.

Miller M, Beach V, Mangano C, Vogel RA.
          Positive Emotions and the Endothelium: Does Joyful Music Improve Vascular Health?”
          Presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, November 11th 2008.

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Subject: The association of tobacco smoke and environmental
          lead exposure with conduct disorder (CD).

Authors: Joseph M. Braun, Tanya E. Froehlich, Julie L. Daniels,
          Kim N. Dietrich, Richard Hornung, Peggy Auinger, Bruce P. Lanphear

August 19, 2008

Association of Environmental Toxicants and Conduct Disorder in U.S. Children:
NHANES 2001-2004 http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/577047_print

Environ Health Perspect. 2008;116(7):956-962.
©2008 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences - Posted 08/19/2008 - Abstract and Introduction


Objective: The purpose of this study was to examine the association of tobacco smoke and environmental lead exposure with conduct disorder (CD).

Methods: The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2001-2004 is a nationally representative cross-sectional sample of the noninstitutionalized U.S. population. We examined the association of prenatal tobacco, postnatal tobacco, and environmental lead exposure with CD in children 8-15 years of age (n = 3,081). We measured prenatal tobacco exposure by parent report of cigarette use during pregnancy, and postnatal tobacco using serum cotinine levels. We assessed lead exposure using current blood lead concentration. Parents completed the Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Children to determine whether their children met criteria of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th edition (DSM-IV) for CD.

Results: Overall, 2.06% of children met DSM-IV criteria for CD in the past year, equivalent to 560,000 U.S. children 8-15 years of age. After adjustment, prenatal tobacco exposure was associated with increased odds for CD [odds ratio (OR) = 3.00; 95% confidence interval (CI), 1.36-6.63]. Increased blood lead levels (fourth vs. first quartile) and serum cotinine levels (fifth vs. first quintile) were associated with an 8.64-fold (95% CI, 1.87-40.04) and 9.15-fold (95% CI, 1.47-6.90) increased odds of meeting DSM-IV CD criteria. Increasing serum cotinine levels and blood lead levels were also associated with increased prevalence of CD symptoms (symptom count ratio, lead: 1.73; 95% CI, 1.23-2.43; symptom count ratio, cotinine: 1.97; 95% CI, 1.15-3.40).

Conclusions: These results suggest that prenatal tobacco exposure and environmental lead exposure contribute substantially to CD in U.S. children.

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Subject: Diabetes: Tap water may be a major cause
Date: 08-25-2008
Author: Journal of the American Medical Association

Diabetes: Tap water may be a major cause

21 August 2008

The water we drink from our taps may be an unsuspected cause of type II diabetes, the ‘lifestyle’ disease that can lead to heart problems and even death.

Although doctors have thought the disease is brought on by poor diet and lack of exercise, scientists believe that low levels of inorganic arsenic that are found in all our public drinking water may well be another cause.

Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore have discovered that diabetics have a 26 per cent higher level of arsenic in their urine than healthy people. Overall, people with higher levels of arsenic have an almost four times greater risk of developing type II diabetes, they conclude.

The 788 people who took part in the study all live in areas of low and moderate levels of arsenic in their water supply, which suggests that the association could be even stronger in regions where arsenic levels are higher. In the USA, around 13 million people live in areas where inorganic arsenic levels in the public water supply are above levels regarded by the US Environmental Protection Agency as safe.

Inorganic arsenic, which enters the water supply from natural mineral deposits, can increase levels of glucose and insulin, and interfere with the uptake of glucose. Earlier studies – in Taiwan, Bangladesh and Mexico – had already established a link between arsenic in water and diabetes.

The Johns Hopkins researchers are also concerned that arsenic may cause cancer, heart disease and reproductive problems.

(Source: Journal of the American Medical Association, 2008; 300: 814-22

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Subject: Cholesterol Screening for Kids
Date: 07-16-2008
Author: Jenny Thompson

In case you haven't heard the reports this morning, The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is today recommending cholesterol screening for kids as young as two if there are weight issues or a family history of heart attacks or high cholesterol.

And if the kids have high cholesterol levels? Don't hesitate – medicate!

According to the New York Times, the AAP is backed up 100 percent by "proponents."

NY Times: "Proponents say there is growing evidence that the first signs of heart disease show up in childhood." And: "For some children, cholesterol-lowering drugs, called statins, may be their best hope of lowering their risk of early heart attack, proponents said."

Best hope!? Insanity!

Of course, "proponents" is just a fuzzy word for medical mainstreamers who never met a health concern they wouldn't medicate.

One of those proponents is Dr. Jatinder Bhatia, a member of the AAP nutrition committee, who told the Times: "The risk of giving statins at a lower age is less than the benefit you're going to get out of it."

That's the standout quote that rattled my rafters this morning. Why? Because the evidence to back up that quote is miniscule. And that's being charitable. And Dr. Bhatia knows it. In fact, after his bold risk/benefit comment, he completely weakened his argument by telling the Times there is not "a whole lot" of data on pediatric use of cholesterol-lowering drugs.

And THAT should have been the leadoff message this morning: Based on not a whole lot of data, the AAP is recommending widespread use of drugs for very young children.

And let's keep in mind that for adults, who can choose for themselves whether or not to take a certain medication, the benefits haven't been proven to outweigh the risks. (Sorry, I should clarify that. By benefits, I mean number of lives saved, not pharmaceutical profit margins.)

Please share this special e-Alert with friends and family members who have kids or grandkids. Let them know that this naked attempt to expand the market for statins by exploiting kids is baseless and misguided. Not to mention infuriating!

To Your Good Health,
Jenny Thompson

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Subject: Wyeth's February 19, 2008 vaccine court case regarding thimerosal autism. Baltimore, Maryland.
Date: 06-18-2008
News Article

MADISON, N.J., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Wyeth (NYSE: WYE) announced today that The Honorable Stuart R. Berger of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City in Baltimore, Maryland, has granted Wyeth's motion for summary judgment in the case of Blackwell, et al. v. Sigma Aldrich, Inc., et al -- an alleged vaccine injury case claiming that Jamarr Blackwell's exposure to thimerosal-containing vaccines caused him to become autistic.

Previously, the Court had granted Wyeth's motion to preclude all five of plaintiffs' expert witnesses from offering testimony at trial following extensive briefing and a 10-day evidentiary hearing held by the Court last August.

In his December 21, 2007 Memorandum and Order pertaining to Wyeth's evidentiary motion, Judge Berger found that "it is generally accepted in the relevant scientific community that thimerosal in vaccines does not cause or contribute to neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism," also noting that "it is generally accepted in the relevant scientific community that autism is genetic in origin except in rare instances of prenatal exposures to certain substances at defined periods during pregnancy."

"This is a significant victory for good science generally," says Daniel J. Thomasch, a partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, who served as lead counsel for Wyeth in this matter. "The Court appropriately found that plaintiffs' attempt to link autism to childhood vaccines is contrary to generally accepted science."

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Large Population Mercury Test results

From: Bruce R. Dooley, M.D.
7 May, 2008

Hi Grace,
Thanks for passing along these articles. An update on my activities:

In February of 2007 and 2008, I spoke to a collective group of over 2,000 "healthy" individuals (aged 17-75) on the proven disease conditions manifesting from sub acute, chronic mercury exposure. This process is called mercurialism and is separate and distinct from acute mercury poisoning. I attach an article by Dr. Ely (PDF File - 595kb) et al and a partial list of these mental and physical states associated with mercury (MS-Word - 287kb). Dr. Ely's study on the common misinterpretation of urine mercury testing suggests that a much larger population may have significant tissue burden and calls for larger studies. As a result of the information provided to these conference attendees, we have now been able to collect oral DMPS - provoked urine mercury* results on over 1,000 North American individuals. These results were performed at the respected and independent CLEO lab, Doctor's Data. A sample of a very elevated (red zone) report is attached.

The outcomes of these two mass testings were astonishing to me and others familiar with mercury. Consistently we found that 75% of the group tested in the red zone or very elevated, and 20% in the elevated yellow zone. You can understand that when extrapolated to the entire population, the numbers are staggering. To my knowledge this is the first time this data has ever been produced and we are trying to grasp the health implications to the United States and other westernized populations. Many of these individuals have elected to begin therapy with oral MercOut 30-day program and our retesting has shown an average 68% reduction in tissue burden. WIth an understanding that the World Health Organization established mercury as an elemental poison with no known lower level of non-toxicity in humans, why are we not properly testing all of our patients for this metal?

Yours in health,
Bruce R. Dooley, M.D.
MercOut International, Ltd.
New Zealand: +64 3 548 8790
North America: (954) 607 7972

*DMPS - provoked urine mercury protocol: 500 mg DMPS with a 2-hour collection. We have tested various times for collection and found this to provide both the highest yield of Hg and compliance rate.

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FDA Comment Period - Urgent
The FDA is reopening public comments on a rule first proposed in 2002 that would place precapsulated amalgam in Class II.

Dear IAOMT Members:

For your urgent attention: The FDA has announced that it is reopening public comments on a rule first proposed in 2002 that would place precapsulated amalgam in Class II, with "special controls." The rule was then 26 years overdue, since the FDA was mandated by Congress to make these classifications in 1976, and the special control proposed was, incredibly, a warning about exposure to zinc from amalgam! No action has been taken since.

Under intense lobbying by IAOMT, and under pressure from a lawsuit brought by our allies at Consumers for Dental Choice, the FDA has reopened public comments on ways to amend the rule for 90 days . Whether they are just bluffing again, or actually mean to bring the rule forward, it is imperative that every one of us, and all our friends, submit a comment, based on our own knowledge and experience. Amalgam should be placed in Class III, and the manufacturers forced to prove that it is safe, not in Class II, where old assumptions of its safety can live on.

Below is a letter from Charlie Brown of Consumers for Dental Choice, with talking points, and information on just how to submit your comment.

Dear Doctor:

Due to the deadlines imposed upon it by our lawsuit Moms Against Mercury et al, v. Von Eschenbach et al., the Food and Drug Administration has stopped stonewalling on mercury fillings. FDA has created a 90-day window to comment on how it should classify mercury fillings, and what special controls (restrictions on use) it should adopt.

Now is the time for all mercury-free dentists to comment. Whether FDA is making a feint to delay action once more, or whether FDA has had a real change of heart -- your comments are important. If the former, your comments help build a record to nail them in court later. If the latter, we educate FDA to take action.

Talking points:
  1. Ask FDA to put a total ban on mercury fillings --- or at least a ban for children 18 & under, for women of childbearing age, and for persons with kidney problems --- or at the very least, pregnant women, nursing mother, and children 18 and under. Tell them why, in your own words.

  2. Advise FDA that mercury fillings are completely unnecessary in 21st-century dentistry. This is quite important, that general dentists say that they can fill any cavity, big or small, in a child or adult, in an able-bodied or a disabled person, with alternatives like resin.

  3. An entire generation has grown up getting mercury implants solely because FDA refuses to do its job. No more delays, FDA --- this lawlessness must end.

You may comment three different ways:
  1. Electronic: Federal Rulemaking Portal: http://www.regulations.gov
    In category "Search," insert: FDA-2008-N-0163
    Follow instructions to submit comments.
  2. Fax: 301-827-6870.

  3. Mail/Hand delivery/Courier [For paper, disk, or CD-ROM submissions]:
    Division of Dockets Management (HFA-305),
    Food and Drug Administration,
    5630 Fishers Lane, rm. 1061,
    Rockville, MD 20852

Charlie Brown, National Counsel
Consumers for Dental Choice
28 April 2008

PS--Doctor, be assured we are not letting up in pressure in the courtroom. On May 16, in Washington DC, I will argue for our motion for a preliminary injunction to take mercury fillings off the market until and unless FDA classifies it. PPS--Thank you! Call me if you have questi ons--202.544-6333

Report of Unethical Conduct        Top of Page
Date: September 17, 2009        Author: Peter J. VanDerSchaar

Report of Unethical Conduct

Recently, a member of IBCMT sent an advertisement to the newspapers that he had developed a revolutionary new concept of EDTA chelation therapy, which was equally effective, but was much less expensive and took less time. It turned out that the revolutionary concept only consisted of administering half the dosage of EDTA in less volume.

IBCMT is not against less EDTA per treatment, and leaves that to the judgement of the practitioner. However, this advertisement is considered to be misleading, not meeting ethical standards and is no more than a cheap advertisement trick to acquire more patients or lure away patients from other practices.

IBCMT did not get a satisfactory response from this physician, when interrogating him about his conduct and decided to put this issue to the Board. However, the physician concerned, already discontinued his IBCMT membership, relieving IBCMT from the task to take disciplinary actions.

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Date:        Author: Dr Hasnain Patel

Dear Dr Stephan Barret

I am a consultant cardiologist of 30 years standing. I underwent angioplasty with stenting that gave me relief for 20 odd days, following which I had crescendo angina. I then underwent 6 vessel bypass RIMA/LIMA which lasted for 3 years despite life style changes. My double vessel heart disease became generalized after the plasty!!

I then was advised redo bypass which I declined. I underwent 30 sittings of chelation and I have NO angina and my thallium is now normal.

I have only one question for you sir. Have you ever met, spoken to or have analyzed any patient who has undergone chelation? If you so desire I can show you over 100 patients of heart disease, angina, strokes and Parkinson as well as Autism that have benefited from chelation.

If we approach science with a closed mind, we might as well throw away our doctorates.

Dr Hasnain Patel

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Comments Regarding the article:

Vitamin C, Glutathione, or Lipoic Acid Did Not Decrease Brain or Kidney Mercury in Rats Exposed to Mercury Vapor

Authors: H. Vasken Aposhian, Daniel L. Morgan, H. L. Sam Queen, Richard M. Maiorino, and Mary M. Aposhian

Date: March 1, 2009

We have this problem that very few chelators pass the blood-brain-barrier.
D-Penicillamine does, EDTA doesn’t, but I don’t think DMSA or DMPS does.
This could explain the lack of effect on the brain but not the kidney for DMPS and DMSA.
Besides the treatment period is very very short.
Best regards
Claus Hancke MD
Specialist in General Medicine
Institute for Orthomolecular Medicine
Lyngby Hovedgade 37
DK - 2800 Kgs.Lyngby

I would assume that as the ALA and GSH show primarily biliary excretion, that this may explain why they did not reduce renal Hg compared to dmsa and dmps which do have renal excretion.
As for brain Hg; none of these agents is going to have any significant chelating effect from the brain. (alpha lipoic may conceivably have a slow minor effect here)
Any change to cns Hg from these is more likely to involve a significant time delay as they are more likely to be reducing non-cns Hg burden, leading to a slow mobilisation and redistribution of cns Hg over time.
Sos the time frame for this study was bound to show just these results.
Dr Emmanuel Varipatis
YourHealth Manly
Sydney, Australia

Dear Dr.Vessa,
  1. Hg will induced oxidation or inflammation within many tissues due to the fluctation of valencies in the heavy metal.
  2. Vit C etc can dam down the such inflammation ie. antioxidation
  3. DMSA and EDTA are my choice to lower the Toxic metal level but the level may rise for a couple of weeks before going down due to pulling effects of the drugs on tissue Hg.
Hope the above points can help your understanding the backgroun of treatment, which you can learn from IBCMT or ACAM.
Good luck!
Dr. Francis Siu certified Member of IBCMT and ACAM from Hong Kong.

Dear Collegue,
In my opinion the best way to reduce mercury levels in the brain is to administer glutathion intravenously after intravenous injection with Lipostabil (phosphatidylcholine), according to the Patricia Kane protocol for neurological disorders.
Otherwise glutathion won't pass the Blood Brain Barrier.
The protocol includes Lipostabil, leucovorin, methylB12, sodiumphenylbutyric acid and Tationil-glutathion (1200-2400 mg).
Glutathion given orally is a big waste of money.

Kind regards,
Paul van Meerendonk, MD
Biologisch Medisch Centrum
Lariksweg 28
8162 EG Epe
Tel.: 31-578-610292
Fax: 31-578-610270

Dear Dr. Visser,
I have been involved with lots of patients with neurological involvement by mercury toxicity like the autistic kids.. This paper ‘s finding is true in the sense that the diffusion of mercury across the blood brain barrier is not easy by the administration of DMPS,DMSA, Vit C, Glutathione, Alpha Lipoic Acid. I have talked with Dr. Patricia Kane over the phone on the modalities of treatment in autistic months ago. She commented the use of chelators like DMSA., DMPS can cause damage by redistributing the mercury from different organs.
Her tactic is to use an intravenous preparation of Phosphatidylcholine (Lipostabil from Switzerland ) with intravenous Glutathione.
The Phosphatidyl choline can open up the blood brain barrier and allow the mercury to diffuse out of the brain.
I have tried on this tactic in my autistic patients and they did improve without adverse side effects ( a common side effect is regression of autistic ffeatures did occur with DMPD,DMSA treatment of autistic).
This article reinforced this belief.
Dr. Paul Lam
Hong Kong

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