DAMS International Mercury/Amalgam/Toxic Metals Research & Medical Study Information
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Mercury/Toxic Metals are documented to be a common cause of over 30 chronic health conditions , and thousands of people with such conditions have been documented to recover or significantly improve after amalgam replacement. Mercury is documented by thousands of peer-reviewed studies referenced on this site to be cytotoxic, neurotoxic, immunotoxic , endocrine disrupting, reproductive toxin, and to block or inhibit most essential enzymatic processes at very low levels of exposure.
Mercury is documented to be the most toxic substance people are commonly exposed to at levels known to cause significant adverse health effects. In surveys of people throughout the U.S., over 22% of people tested had dangerous levels of mercury body burden, and over 30% in several states. Dental amalgam is documented to be the largest source of mercury in most people who have several amalgam fillings (or metal crowns over amalgam), and also to be the largest source of mercury in sewers and sewer sludge , thus a major source of mercury in water bodies, fish, and the environment .
IV. The following document the Connection to Chronic Conditions-
causes, mechanisms of causality, Treatments that help, etc. (click on link you want to go to)
Violence and Juvenile Delinquency -connection to toxic metal exposures
FDA Amalgam Docket
Effects of toxic prenatal and neonatal exposures : vaccines, motherís amalgams, etc.
Mercury in Fish: Florida
Toxic Metals Other than Mercury
Toxic Metals Exposure & Effects (& chelators)
Childrenís Neurological Effects of Arsenic: Cases
Review of Poorly Done Testimony of Robert Baratz ( Quackwatch&HCAHF )
Review of Robert Barartz testimony before Florida Dental Board by 2 experienced Chemistry Professors
Disclaimer: The information on this page is based on research evidence and generally cites peer-reviewed
and clinical studies supporting statements, as per cite. The supporting evidence should be reviewed for
credibility, and before acting on any treatment option that the evidence might seem to support, an individual
should seek out competent formal and individual medical advise .