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    Steve Parcell

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    Integrative Cancer Support

Dr. Steve Parcell   Supplements: (once results are achieved lower doses can be taken) High dose multivitamin mineral (all the B vits plus minerals) DHA 300 mg CoQ10 100 mg to 300 mg Alpha lipoic acid timed release 200-300 mg N acetyl cysteine 600 mg/day Phospatidylserine 100 mg Vinpocitine 5mg twice a day (do not take if on blood thinner) Vitamin D 400 iu to 10,000 depending on blood levels   Tests: Oxidative Stress Test FIA 5000 (in...
What is EDTA chelation therapy? In medicine, chelation is used to rid the body of excess or toxic metals such as lead or calcium (as in hypercalcemia). For example, a person who has lead poisoning may be given chelation therapy in order to bind and remove excess lead from the body before it can cause damage. In the case of EDTA chelation therapy, the substance that binds and removes metals and minerals is EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid...
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    Steve Parcell

Stephen W. Parcell, ND   Despite the fact that heart attack is the #1 cause of death for Americans many people still do not understand how to prevent having one or how to work with their doctors to identify coronary artery disease or atherosclerosis early in life before it becomes dangerous. Atherosclerosis is an inflammatory condition of the artery wall. It affects the arteries of heart. We call this his coronary artery disease (CAD). ...
As I was preparing to blog on this topic I ran across this article which is well written and sums up my thoughts on the issue. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jen-landa-md/testosterone-therapy_b_4709168.html  ...
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    Kelly Parcell

  • Category:

    Integrative Cancer Support

By Kelly Parcell, ND and Steve Parcell, ND The Papanicolaou test (Pap smear) is one of the most effective cancer screening tests available.  It can detect premalignant lesions and has contributed to the decline in cervical cancer morbidity and mortality in the United States since its development in 1941. Pap smears in women who have smears categorized as low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (LGSIL) or atypical squamous cells of undeterm...