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Any comments on this explanation for allergy? (yes, of course :)

Joel M. Eichen joele at earthlink.net
Wed Jun 2 20:32:27 EST 1999


arie at no.mail.thanks.nl wrote:

>On Tue, 01 Jun 1999 23:23:40 GMT, joele at earthlink.net (Joel M. Eichen)
>wrote:

>>"Hans Lennros" <hans.lennros at swipnet.se> wrote:
>>
>>>Hi Joel,
>>
>>>You said:
>>>>we are to believe the Centers for Disease Control, the
>>>>U.S. Public Health Service and 53 U.S. dental schools.
>>>>So far, no diseases are caused by "mercury fillings."
>>
>>>Why not make up your own mind instead of listening to
>>>what you have heard others say. Isn't that hearsay?
>>
>>Sorry Hans. No profession works that way. Medical doctors do not "make
>>up their own minds" irrespective of research!

>Sorry, I didn't catch your point, when did the research take place
>that should have proven that applying mercury in amalgam fillings is
>safe?


So far, no diseases are caused by "mercury fillings."

>arie

>>Cheers,
>>
>>
>>Joel
>>
>>-------------------
>>
>>I have yet to see one paper that epidemiologically correlates
>>increased mercury from amalgam with any known disease. You have not
>>seen the paper either.
>>
>>>As for your information the Centers for Disease Control, the
>>>U.S. Public Health Service and 53 U.S. dental schools
>>>are probably the last bodies to change.
>>
>>There's good reasons not to change!
>>
>>>BTW; have you ever wondered why the Centers for Disease Control, the
>>>>U.S. Public Health Service have some sort of disclaimers when they
>>>talk about the safety of dental amalgam?
>>
>>>Hans
>>
>>
>>
>>







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