Noninvasive Treatment for Sequellae of Failed Coronary Blood Circulation; 100% Occlusion of Left Anterior Descending Coronary Artery, 30% Stenosis Right Coronary Artery, and Left Ventricular Contractility Deficit

Coronary Angiograms on a Patient's Right Coronary Artery

Prior to Treatment

Coronary Angiograms on a Patient's Right Coronary Artery

Post Treatment with Chelation

Following a myocardial infarction, a symptomatic 59 year-old male Caucasian was found by coronary arteriography in 1990 to have  100% closure of the left anterior descending  coronary artery and 30% stenosis of the right coronary artery.   His left ventricle was hypokinetic and exhibited dilatation and abnormal contractility.  He refused coronary artery bypass surgery and angioplasty because of risk and instead chose the nontraditional ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) chelation therapy.  The disease process, as seen by comparing pre- and post treatment arteriograms in 1990 and 1992, respectively, has been significantly reversed.


E.W. McDonagh, D.O., and C.J.Rudolph, D.O., Ph.D.


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