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Posted by
vickieb on June 11, 1999 at 18:02:15:

Dr Stoll,
I just got a call that my father-in-law will be needing yet another bypass surgery. I have talked with my son about the possibility of considering Chelation Therapy as an alternative. He lives near Kansas City, MO and I would like to know if you have a recommendation for a doctor who does Chelation in that area.
Thanks,
VickieB



Re: Chelation Doctor Recommendation

Posted by Walt Stoll on June 12, 1999 at 13:00:30:

In Reply to: Chelation Doctor Recommendation posted by vickieb on June 11, 1999 at 18:02:15:

Hi, Vickieb.

Try Ed McDonagh, at (816) 453-5940, or Jim Rowland at (816) 361-4077. Tell them I suggested he call.

Let us know how he does. When you see the results you are going to be angry that his surgeon never gave him this option.

Walt



Thank You: Patient Testimonials Needed!

Posted by
vickieb on June 12, 1999 at 14:40:03:

In Reply to: Re: Chelation Doctor Recommendation posted by Walt Stoll on June 12, 1999 at 13:00:30:

Dr Stoll,
Thank you for your prompt reply! I have forwarded the names to my son. I think the patient is a little apprehensive about trying the procedure and was hoping someone on the BB who has done this treatment instead of surgery might post a testimonial so we can get him to read. We are hoping to get him to try it since he has already had the surgery once and the risk of a second surgery seems great.

Thanks
VB



Re: Thank You: Patient Testimonials Needed!

Posted by Walt Stoll on June 13, 1999 at 10:10:06:

In Reply to: Thank You: Patient Testimonials Needed! posted by vickieb on June 12, 1999 at 14:40:03:

Hi, vickieb.

Sounds like the "patient" needs to educate himself about what chelation is. It is risk free and is more effective than surgery at relieving symptoms & preventing recurrence.

If hs is willing to start learning (and he should not do this without it) "Bypassing Bypass" is a good place to start. See the references on this 'site. Also, the (800) number provides more references than anyone would want to read.

Those who have been chelated are almost always eager to share their testimonials. If there don't happen to be any participating on the BB right now.....

Some people would sooner die than learn something new. If he is used to having his physicians do his thinking for him, he might be one of those. There is nothing you can do about that but just love him till he goes. You can only open doors. You cannot make him walk through them.

Walt



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