Medical Research on the Effects of Toxicity
Medical research is proving out with increasing certainty that
cancer, attention deficit disorder (ADD), Attention-deficit
hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia and
many other terrible degenerative
conditions often turn out to be misdiagnosed heavy metal toxicity.
Increasing sophistication in modern hair mineral analysis and
interpretation is proving out the direct correlations between toxicity,
deficiency and disease.
Here are a few references from medical texts and research papers in
regards to heavy metals and their relationship to many of the most
of our modern era.
"Parkinsonian symptoms are frequently associated with chronic
elementary mercury toxicity."
"Clinical Toxicology", Ford, first edition, 2001
ADHD, Autism and other Developmental Disorders
Environmental exposure to heavy metals, such as lead and mercury, causes neurotoxicity and leads to developmental disorders. It has been proposed
recent dramatic rise in the incidence of autism is linked to the
increased number of required vaccinations containing the ethylmercury
Richard Deth, PhD and Mostafa Waly, PhD, Northeastern University, Boson,
"Effects of Mercury on Methionine Synthase: Implications for Disordered
Methylation in Autism"
The onset of autistic symptoms generally follows the administration of
thimersal in vaccines, and symptom emergence is consistent with
expression of mercury
- S Bernard, A Enayati, H Roger, T Binstock and L Redwood
"Molecular Psychiatry" (2002) 7, S42-S43
This small subgroup of FMS patients had a dramatic response to
minimizing their exposure to toxic metals and reducing their toxic metal
Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, Ph.D.
"Fibromyalgia Syndrome and Heavy Metal Toxicity"
In the segment on mercury poisoning: "Psychotic episodes with delirium,
and motor hyperactivity have been reported."
- "Textbook of Clinical Neurology", by Goetz, second edition, 2003
"Rarely, an amyotrophic lateral sclerosis-like syndrome
may be seen in
lead or mercury poisoning."
- Moore and Jefferson, second edition,
2004, page 338
"Handbook of Medical Psychiatry"
Occupational exposure to inorganic arsenic in copper smelting causes a
2- to 14-fold increase in respiratory cancer risk.
- Murray and Nadel, third edition 2000, page 1400
Textbook of Respiratory Medicine
"Medicinal use of inorganic arsenic was associated with skin
cancers in the early 20th century. More recently, excess skin cancer has
in populations exposed to arsenic contaminated drinking water." &
"Elevated risk of prostate and lung cancer among workers exposed to
cadmium has been reported."
- Abeloff, second edition (2000), Page 289 & 290
Clearly, the effects of environmental toxicity on the human body is well
documented, and undergoing increasing research by the medical community.
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