What evidence is available for its efficacy or lack thereof?
Many chelation therapists report that their patients feel better and show better heart function after therapy. There are also numerous reports of patients who claim they owe their life to this miracle drug. Can these claims be substantiated scientifically or are they due to the lifestyle changes that usually accompany the therapy or the expectation of the patient that a therapy that costs $3000-5000 and that is not covered by any insurance, has to be doing some good?
In the 1960, scientists have done a small study with 30 patients. However, two patient died during the study and there was no benefit seen for the 28 others, so the study was stopped prematurely.
In 2002, a study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA 2002;287:481-486). In this study, 84 coronary artery disease patients were followed for 27 weeks. It was a double–blind, placebo-controlled study, i.e. one group of patients received the I.V. chelation therapy, and the other half of patients received just IV fluid without EDTA in it (placebo).
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo
355 Hukililke Street ( suite 206)
Kahului, Hi 96732
Order Now !
|Free Shipping within the USA||Medicardium $99.00 1 Box Only$89.00|
|Free Shipping within the USA||3 Boxes ($79.00 each) $237.00|
|Free Shipping within the USA||6 Boxes ($69.00 each) $414.00|