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Bypassing Bypass
The New Technique of
Chelation Therapy

by Elmer Cranton, M.D.

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Chelation Therapy Clinic
Chelation therapy is a slow process (about 3-4 hours per treatment, but therein lies its safety. The infusion bottle hangs above the patient and is connected by tubing to a tiny needle in the patients' arms. One can stand and stretch his legs or carry the infusion bottle with him to the restroom if the need arises. Most patients read, chat, doze, or watch TV. A light snack and fruit juice are customarily taken during treatment.
But there is a nonsurgical method for treating clogged arteries that clears out all of the arteries -- and it is a lot less expensive.

Over 40 million men and women suffer with symptoms of America's Number One killer disease. Coronary artery ailments have reached epidemic proportions. One million people die each year. Many are struck without warning, others succumb after years of painful, debilitating angina -- a sure sign that coronary arteries are not delivering enoug blood to some part of the heart.

Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)--a procedure in which occluded portions of major coronary arteries are bypassed with grafts from a patient's leg veins---is currently the most popular surgical solution to the nation's leading medical problem. Since the procedure was introduced almost two decades ago, both the frequency and the cost of CABGs, or heart bypass operations, as they are commonly called, have escalated. Since 1968, about 1 million heart patients have received this surgical treatment. In 1976, about 80,000 patients with an average bill of $12,000 underwent surgical coronary artery "repair." In 1981, the number of bypass surgical patients doubled to 160,000 and costs rose to $20,000; in 1983, there were 200,000 and by 1991 about 350,000 bypasses were performed at a cost of $30,000 to $60,000. Bypass surgery has now grown to a $10 billion a year industry.

Reasonable men and women might logically assume the runaway popularity of this enthusiastically prescribed treatment has been based on convincing and demonstrable evidence that it prolongs life--or at least, has the potential to prevent further health deterioration. If that were indeed true, there would be far less need for Dr. Cranton to write--or you to read--this book.

As things actually stand, professional enthusiasm for the operation can scarcely be justified by patient outcomes. A ten-year, $24 million study conducted by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, which screened 16,000 patients (with persistent angina but without severe obstruction of the left anterior descending coronary artery) who underwent CABGs at 11 leading medical centers, revealed no increasein post-surgical survival rates as compared with a matched group of non-surgically treated patients. As for quality of life, again no difference between the two groups: they were on a par when it came to employment and recreational status.

A good case against rushing into bypass surgery is made by the study, released in 1983, which concluded that at least one out of every seven patients might have safely postponed his operation or avoided it altogether. Approximately 25,000 operations each year were unnecessary, the researchers said, noting that in many cases it might be more judicious to delay surgery than not. Bypass surgery does not cure the underlying disease and may indeed actually induce its more rapid progression.

Chelation therapy is a viable non-surgical alternative to bypass surgery. It is gaining support in the medical fields on a daily basis. In his book, Bypassing Bypass, Dr. Cranton very clearly explains new concepts relative to the aging process and atherosclerosis. Dr. Cranton has come up with a plausible hypothesis based on the theory of Free Radi cal Damage and Lipid Peroxidation of Cell Membranes to explain how and why EDTA works, i.e. alleviates the pain of angina and intermittent claudication and decreases symptoms of shortness of breath and fatigue in patients with coronary artery disease and peripheral vascular disease.

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