Dr. Dan Roehm, of Pompano Beach, Florida, Chief of the Department of Medicine at Broward General Hospital, certified as a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, is a prime example of how a good doctor reacts once his interest is high enough to do his own first hand chelation research rather than just accept blindly the medical party line.
Dr. Roehm was a main-stream cardiologist until his wife began exhibiting symptoms characteristic of subclinical mini-strokes, any one of which might one day escalate into a full-blown fatal attack or disabilitating episode.
"I had nothing to offer; there was nothing I could do to ward off what I saw on the horizon.
realized, and so began his
urgent search for some way to forestall the looming calamity.
discovered EDTA, he
When it restored his
wife's health, Dr. Roehm
added chelation and other alternative treatments to his
practice - and says it's "more satisfying than doing the drug-and-surgery oriented medicine I was practicing before."