ikulo wrote:I think the chelation intends not to dissolve blockages caused by iron, but instead dissolve the deposits in the brain, at least that's my understanding. So, theoretically, the immune system would stop attacking because the iron is no longer in the brain.
ikulo wrote:Anyway, if you look at the studies done with ECGC and Lipoic Acid, both of which are iron chelators (i think), you will see there are some general health benefits as well as iron chelation benefits. In fact, I believe someone on TIMS is participating in the ECGC study and claimed to not have a relapse in two years.
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the very procedure we are all here trying to get a handle on, CSSVI, is already rejected by the AMA, so you cannot use these three main stream sources you list as any sort of criteria in trying to evaluate chelation.
Chelation process, if accepted only for its use in cardiovascular disease, would put many cardiovascular Drs, surgeons, etc out of business--so of course main stream medicine will not see its benefits.
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