heavy metals in two kids

Wood cjwood at globalnet.co.uk
Mon Oct 4 18:34:55 EST 1999

david moore wrote:

> just getting started in trying to get directed to resources
> re: possible toxicity in 2 kids, age 2 and 4. they have had
> reports worked up from hair samples. approx. 6 (or more?)
> other families scattered in the area are reporting problems.
> an attorney is investigating. no noticeable sypmtoms, except
> possibly a lengthy asthmatic like "cold" for the youngest.
> parents are being "advised" about $1700/ea blood tests. i
> don't have the hair reports in front of me, but would
> appreciate any links/suggestions you might know of offhand.
> thanks.
> --
> david moore


The metals can be sweated out in L. Ron Hubbard's Sauna
Detoxification Programme:




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