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GiGi
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ylnQ-T7oiA&NR=1

Mercury is the pits
and it makes all of us sick.

This was posted by Bob on Scott's thread about OSR. I am posting it here because nobody should miss listening to this.

Mercury toxicity does not come alone - it is usually accompanied by infections -- one of them being Lyme.

Take care.

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Rather scary and educational. It never crossed my mind before that mercury toxins can be passed on from mother to child but it makes sense that they can.
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Amen, Gigi. Sadly, many people do not understand this connection, including many doctors. They pound infections with various substances but entirely miss the toxin/infection connection and do nothing about toxins. The levels of each are the same. I liken it to the game with the paddle and the groundhogs where one pops up, you smack it down, and another pops up next, you have to find a way to hit them all simultaneously. Lowering toxins lowers infections.

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I have just tested for elevated lead and mercury through doctors data. Been researching alot about it today.

Does it seem to you what the ADA are doing to to dentists who speak up against amalgam is very similar to the treatment our lyme docs are getting from the medical establishment for treating lyme?

Criminals the lot of them. I have never had much respect for authority myself [Wink]

After everything I found out today I have made arrangments to see a holistic dentist in Dec to get mine removed. Luckily its only two, but two two many for my liking.

I start chelating next week. Another step in the road to recovery I hope.

[Smile]

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Thanks Gigi - I saw it earlier. It is so sad that so much damage has been done to us. Especially when they knew it!

I wish we could bring a class action suit to make them stop using mercury, and have all dentists learn how to correctly remove it!

Then it would be more affordable for everyone.
I have a mouthfull and it will take a long time to get it all out!

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Not like anymore NMN, the ADA and FDA are capitulating. There was a recent suit from thimarasol in an autism case and the FDA lost. And there are great many lining the wings of the court. As far as amalgams, there is no science on its safety and there is a lot of science on its toxicity. So most dentist these days stay clear away from amalgams period.

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I have many fillings and a crown I need to deal with and my mom did too. I wish there was a class action suit. I would join it for sure.
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