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Intermittent Claudication & Chelation vs by-pass

Posted by
Wendy Evely-Fuentes on May 22, 2001 at 10:07:12:

> Thanks, Wendy!
>
> If you would put this note, & my response, on the bulletin board of the
> 'site at askwaltstollmd.com it would help others see the light. Title it
> something that would help others with similar problems find it.
>
> Be sure your husband does not depend upon the chelation to resolve his
> problem since his problem is not a "chelation deficiency"! He needs to do
> the lifestyle changes as well so his problem will not recur a few years
> later. Too many people are so happy with their chelation improvements that
> they neglect to DO the lifestyle changes until it is too late.
>
> Atherosclerosis (what your husband has) it totally reversible. It is a
> crime that strictly conventional docs are not telling their patients what
> has now been known for nearly 40 years (Pritikin).
>
> I gave up counting the limbs I saved with chelation.
>
> Namaste`
>
> Walt
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bill Stoll"
> To: "Walt Stoll"
> Sent: Friday, May 18, 2001 3:00 PM
> Subject: kudos
>
>
> > >From: "Ed Fuentes"
> > To: "Bill Stoll"
> > Subject: YEA!
> > Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 10:58:14 -0700
> >
> > Hi Dr. Stoll,
> >
> > My name is Wendy Evely-Fuentes and I just HAD to write
> > you to commend you on your strength and perserverence on
> > standing up for what you believe in!!! THANK YOU!!!!
> >
> > I am a HUGE advocate of alternative medicine....having
> > being the "victim" of conventional medicine without
> > results and obtaining complete recovery using alternative
> > methods. No matter what the docs say, one cannot ignore
> > results!!!! Unfortunately, they don't make any money if
> > you're well, so it's in their best interest to only treat
> > your symptoms.
> >
> >
> > Please don't misunderstand....there is a definate need for
> > conventional doctors and medications at times ie. broken
> > bones and anti-biotics, etc., but the sad reality is that
> > it's only become BIG BUSINESS! If only we'd work like they
> > do in China....you pay your doc as long as you're healthy,
> > if you become ill, stop paying until he's got you back
> > to the picture of health!!! In any case, I'm sure you're
> > TOTALLY aware of all this!! :))
> >
> > My husband recently was diagnosed with intermitent
> > claudication....the specialist said the only course of
> > treatment was for a bypass...one leg at a time...and that
> > it would have to be repeated anywhere from 5 to 10 years. I
> > went to every appointment with him and asked questions like
> > you wouldn't believe!!! This last specialist actually got
> > angry with me for asking questions ...about the surgery,
> > side effects, etc. When I asked him about alternative
> > methods such as diet, excercise, chelation, etc., he REALLY
> > got upset and told me that I asked to many questions!! I
> > said you're damn right! we're talking about my husbands
> > legs and health....do bypass on his legs and what about
> > the rest of his body? I'm sure you're familiar with this
> > "story" ;)
> >
> > Long story short, my husband decided to try chelation which
> > I suggested to him. I found a doc here in Federal Way,
> > Wa that practices chelation as well as other alternative
> > methods, and he just happens to be a cardiologist!!! My
> > husband, Ed, still has a way to go on his treatments, but
> > he has definately noticed a difference in the distance
> > he can walk, as well as mental clarity...and the colour
> > has improved in his legs!! :)) I am grateful that my
> > husband decided to try it before going ahead with the
> > surgery...like I told him...."you try the Drano before
> > you call in the plumber"!
> >
> > IN ANY CASE....when I was reading your section on your
> > license being revoked, etc...I was getting angrier by the
> > second...to point of being livid!!!!! so, even thou I've
> > shared one of our personal stories with you, my intent of
> > writing was to congratulate you and thank you for being one
> > of those few people that stand their ground for what they
> > believe in and know to be true REGARDLESS of the pressure
> > of being attacked and the possible outcome.
> >
> > The only way our society will change it's viewpoints will
> > be from people, particularily doctors, that break-off from
> > the mainstream to bring the TRUTH to the people!!! It may
> > not be an easy path to take, or lucrative, but the truth
> > is still truth...no mater what takes place.
> >
> > so .....THANK YOU once again....and for your
> > web-site....it's a great site....enlightening, easy to
> > navigate and chalk full of information that will only add
> > to the HEALTH of those that seek it.
> >
> > Sincerely,
> > Wendy Evely-Fuentes
>




Re: Intermittent Claudication & Chelation vs by-pass (Archive in Chelation.) Testimonial

Posted by Walt Stoll on May 24, 2001 at 09:15:24:

In Reply to: Intermittent Claudication & Chelation vs by-pass posted by Wendy Evely-Fuentes on May 22, 2001 at 10:07:12:

Thanks, Wendy.

Your effort, here, may just help others avoid amputation and unnecessary surgery.

Namaste`

Walt

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