The Evidence Linking Silver-Mercury
by Kip Sullivan, JD
Robert Terry et al. are the authors of a book which reviews current knowledge about Alzheimer's Disease (AD). The book was recently described as "the best single book on the topic" by the New England Journal of Medicine' and as "a most useful reference for practitioners of medicine" by the Journal of the American Medical Associations At page 363 of this book, Terry et al. state: Waken together, these studies suggest that chronic low level Hg Mercury] toxicity in AD should be considered as a potential pathogenetic factor in AD."3 Because amalgam is the dominant source of human exposure to mercury, one may paraphrase this conclusion as follows: "Chronic low level exposure to mercury from amalgam should be considered as a factor in AD."
In this aridence that supports the hypothesis that silver-mercury fillings, also known as amalgams, cause AD. The scientific evidence supports the following statements:
(Excerpted from Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients -- August/September 1997)
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