September 27, 2018

George Santayana is credited for saying the original variant of the quote: "Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it." In some ways the story of Calomel ( a mercury-based drug) and gadolinium-based contrast agents (gadolinium-based ofcourse), share s...

September 24, 2018

I am posting for all individuals to see what my current recommendations for treatment are at the present time (Sept 2018) , and what areas are still in evolution. This also reveals my concerns about various issues.

     A number of early stage GDD patients get severe F...

September 18, 2018

A number of health care practitioners and GDD subjects have asked me about the comparative binding strengths of DTPA compared to other chelating agents for Gd and other heavy metals. This is from John Prybylski, PhD, derived from the stability constant data base NIST 4...

September 13, 2018

The best method to evaluate the success of chelation is to measure 24 hr urine Gd. I think the minimum is a 24 hr urine for Gd within 1 week prior to chelation (maybe the easiest and most accurate is the day before, bringing the urine in the day of chelation). The most...

September 11, 2018

The following blog revisits the subject of the gentle chelation protocol because of the incredible interest on this subject.

Individuals who have recent onset GDD (3-6 months, possibility up to 1 year) and/or having received macrocyclic GBCA tend to experience greater...

September 7, 2018

Dry eyes and blurred vision is a common complaint of many sufferers of GDD. There are many locations that eye problems can occur: from internal eye issues, optic nerves, orbital muscles, and optic nerve tracks in the brain through to the brain locations of vision in th...

September 4, 2018

In a few of my blogs, and in discussion with many sufferers, it is clear that a sizable percentage of GDD sufferers had developed symptoms of GDD from the first or earlier GBCA-enhanced MRIs and yet tragically continued to undergo further GBCA injections, with each tim...

Please reload

Our Recent Posts

Please reload


Please reload


  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter