Pascal Dupuis Did NOT Have To Retire Part 2

In Part 1 of this article, I told how I had beaten coronary heart disease with the help of a chelation remedy – literally within hours. If this works – and the fact that I am still alive should be proof enough – why has the remedy not been recognized?

Very early when I began to do research on the Internet about the chelation remedy, I became aware that there was a lot of hatred against it. The most famous advocate of using this type of medicine was double-Nobel prize winner Linus Pauling (above top right). Typical of the hatred that I found were several websites created solely to denounce Pauling for advocating chelation. These websites use scare tactics to discourage people from taking their own life into their hands and trusting themselves with their own health. (This is done with other remedies besides chelation as well.) In them, the doctor is like a god-like figure, never to be disputed or questioned. Usually there is a declaration absolving him of all responsibility if patients decide to try something on their own, and another sentence suggesting “guilt” if somebody does try it. While I do not recommend ignoring a medical professional’s advice, my experience proves that there are choices that do work for various illnesses that established medicine refuses to recognize.

And many “interest groups” have good reason to hate the chelation remedy or any cure for coronary heart disease. It almost goes without saying that heart surgeons will not like chelation. The most frequent operations that they perform are the bypass and the stent. The chelation remedy would make these kinds of operations a rare occurrence. The high death rate that coronary heart disease causes means that the chelation remedy is unlikely to win any friends in the funeral business either. Also companies that make foods that are cholesterol-free will not welcome a remedy that solves cholesterol problems by removing it completely from the body.

But the worst haters are probably the pharmaceutical companies. When patients have conventional heart surgery, as a consequence, on average, they have to take 12 medications sometimes rising to as many as 30. There has been recent data released and it was found that in the United States alone, $75 billion is spent yearly on heart medication. How many medications do I take since the chelation remedy rid me of coronary heart disease? Zero! I only take CoQ10 regularly because of my heart failure, and the chelation remedy once or twice a year. If the chelation remedy is recognized, it is goodbye to 30 unnecessary medications and $75 billion in annual profits.

So how is the chelation remedy being blocked from official recognition? Through the clinical trial system where even murder is used to discredit it. In recent centuries, people have come to practice the “scientific method” as a way of believing in things. Experiments are conducted and have to be successfully replicated and verified before it can be said that things “work” or are “believable”. The clinical trial system operates on this basis. At its best, the clinical trial system can detect and prevent quack medicines like thalidomide and other “bad” medicine from reaching the public. At its worst, it can also keep valid cures from reaching them too.

A few years ago, a clinical trial was arranged for a chelation remedy under the name of “TACT”, but right away it seemed that its opponents went out of their way to make sure that it was discredited. A clinical trial should be as brief as possible and not take very long, but for some reason TACT went on for well-over a half decade and cost far more money than it should have. One way of discrediting a potential medical product is to claim that it can do more than its makers intended it to do. The chelation remedy is supposed to be treatment for coronary heart disease and nothing more, but somehow a claim was made that chelation benefits autistic children. While it would be fairly straight forward and easy to prove that chelation benefits coronary heart disease patients by doing a follow-up angiogram like what occurred in my case, it is far more difficult to prove that chelation benefits autistic children.

Despite the warning that the chelation remedy is not recommended for children, experiments were carried out in America where two young autistic children were given the remedy and promptly died. The opponents of chelation got what they were looking for and TACT was cancelled and a fearful warning was issued about this “dangerous” drug. Of course the chelation remedy is powerful medicine and has to be respected. But that is no different than any other drug. There are explicit instructions from the company about what is a safe level and warnings not to exceed it, along with the warning about who can take it. If the chelation remedy is dangerous and cannot be recognized, why are sleeping pills also not recognized? More people commit suicide with them than the chelation remedy could ever come close to.

Today the chelation remedy is officially classified as “alternative medicine” and will not be recommended by doctors of conventional medicine or Heart Associations. If heart and stroke patients want to try it, they are on their own and have to do the research and have the courage to fly in face of official denunciation and scare tactics like I did.

And since the NHL and ever other professional and amateur sports organization complies with official government stances on medicine, the chelation remedy is never used. If Dupuis wants to cure himself and get back playing in the NHL, he is on his own. He can buy the product over the Internet like I did (bottom left) or go to a professional chelation clinic and get his clots removed under a doctor’s supervision (bottom right). Then he would have to be tested for heart failure.

This cunning fraud is not just confined to coronary heart disease. I have heard that shiatsu massage properly given can cure hay fever permanently and other allergies. But like the chelation remedy, shiatsu massage is not recognized as a cure and is also classified as “alternative medicine”. There are probably other “alternative medicines” for other diseases that are not recognized as well.

A few years ago, there was survey done in Canada in which 37% of those questioned said they would consider “alternative medicine” instead of official conventional medicine to cure their illnesses. And this figure is growing. Some day there will be a breakthrough and the chelation remedy will be recognized for the cure it is. But for now NHL players like Dupuis (top left)  have to either end their careers or do the research and have the courage to take a chance like I did to keep on playing and living.

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