Tag Archives for " strokes "

Aug 07

Oral Chelation — The Other Side of the Story

Cardiovascular Care

by Garry F. Gordon, M.D.,D.O.,M.D.(H)From our book Bypassing Bypass, published in 2002 Recently, it has become generally recognized that atherosclerosis involves chronic inflammation and most heart attacks and strokes are believed to be due to blood clots, because of the resulting hypercoagulability. In this new paradigm, I believe that some carefully and rationally developed oral […]

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Dec 08


Cardiovascular Care , Miscellaneous

From our book Bypassing Bypass, published in 2002 [A stroke is] brain damage caused by a lack of blood flow to part of the brain. In order to perform its many functions and direct activities throughout the body—from walking to seeing to reasoning—the brain requires a constant supply of energy, provided by the oxygen and […]

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