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  • Re: Mercury and cancer

    Mercury is suspect as having a role in cancer. It may be the suppression of the immune system or epigenetic effects from its effects on methylation. There may

    brianmcblain 25 minutes ago
  • Re: Using DMPS, ALA, & DMSA at the same time

    I did monthly then bimonthly DMSA for lead, and the other rounds were DMPS & ALA. As you have had a round with DMSA, DMPS & ALA, I would go with DMPS & ALA

    brianmcblain 28 minutes ago
  • Re: Could I have a chronic infection or a parasite?

    Thanks! Brian and Joe does it make sense to go to my pdoc first to see if I have a chronic infection then try a naturopath? I just want to do the right thing

    devonfowler36@gmail.com 3 hours ago
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Mercury Detox Support Forum Moderation Team

This free online discussion group is devoted to discussing the mercury chelation protocols
discussed in the book Amalgam Illness:
Diagnosis & Treatment by Andrew Cutler, PhD. You can learn more about the book, read excerpts from it, and purchase it
by clicking here .  http://www.lymebook.com/mercury

We base our discussion on the above book.
Learn more about the book here
We are here to discuss our progress, ask questions, make suggestions, share data, and support each other, as well as evaluate relevant supplementation and
adjunctive supportive therapies. Please take the time to review the information provided in the links and files sections before starting to chelate or
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The information shared here is written by laypeople and patients, not doctors.
Please do not interpret any of this information as medical advice. Please
consult a licensed doctor before beginning or stopping any medical treatment.

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