The link between dental mercury fillings and Multiple Sclerosis is examined in a nationally televised Interview on the hit TV Show THE DOCTORS. Featured in the show are Acclaimed biochemist Boyd Haley and Nashville News reporter, Stacy Case, who started experiencing symptoms of MS shortly after having 4 amalgams unsafely taken out and 4 new amalgams put in.
Boyd Haley P.h.D. discusses the findings of his published studies (and others), which showed that mercury and only mercury can cause the major biochemical hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease and how the NIH stopped his funding after he published those findings.
This article presents excerpts from a letter Boyd Haley PhD wrote to congressman Dan Burton as a rebuttal to a May 11th, 2001 letter by Robert M. Anderton, D.D.S., and President of the American Dental Association (ADA), challenging Boyd's statements to the Committee on Government Reform. Additionally, Boyd gives a complete dissection of the many flaws, including misleading data manipulation in the Saxe Alzheimer's study.
In the past 20 years I have concentrated my research on the effects of mercury toxicity on human health. Specifically, I have researched and evaluated the contributions of dental amalgam, biologics and vaccines on the human body burden of mercury and organic-mercury compounds and the potential effects of these compounds on specific enzymes and cells.
Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Boyd Haley, Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky outlines the flaws in two studies that were conducted in Portugal and New England that compared youngsters with dental mercury fillings with those who were amalgam free. In designing their studies, the authors of these two papers evidently ignored recent research findings about mercury toxicity, particularly the results strongly suggesting that the level of mercury in blood, urine or feces may be influenced more by the child’s ability to excrete mercury than by his or her total mercury exposure.
When reporting on how much mercury is released from dental mercury amalgam fillings most journalists and government organizations cite The American Dental Association's spokesman Rodney Mackert's "estimates" without understanding any of the inherant flaws in his methodology. Mark Richardson PhD has charted out a compilation of exposure studies which shows the ADA's "estimates" are out of step with the vast majority of published data.
When reporting on how much mercury is released from dental mercury amalgam fillings most journalists cite The American Dental Association's spokesman Rodney Mackert's "estimates" without understanding any of the inherant flaws in his methodology. Read on to find out more about the debunking of this dubious claim.
The Food and Drug Administration FDA has aggressively removed dietary supplement Oxidative Stress Relief (OSR) from the market. Among other things, OSR helped to raise Glutathione levels, which is the body's natural detoxification system.
In 2008 a group of widely published mercury researchers took two dozen new studies indicating harm from mercury vapor emitted from dental amalgam fillings to FDA's associate commissioner of science, Norris Alderson. While Alderson told them he agreed with them, he stated he couldn't do anything about it unless they (the researchers) got the American Dental Association to agree with them.
Dr. Stephen C. L'Hommedieu critiques the flawed Chicago Tribune article OSR#1: Industrial Chemical or Autism Treatment? In the article, Medical and Science reporter Trine Tsouderos provides outright misinformation. Trine is an excellent example of today's biased 'journalism.' It is junk food journalism guaranteed to tantalize the nerve buds within the minds of the uninformed and those who lack analytical thinking.
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