Do I need contrast with my MRI?

The longer gadolinium contrast is used, the more medical professionals are becoming concerned about its use. Researchers are coming to the conclusions that 1) gadolinium contrast stays in your body, 2) there is currently no way to remove it, and 3) it is toxic. This...

Remember buying a book by Andy Cutler?

Hi, My name is Joann Loos and I’d like to introduce myself. I’m emailing you because you bought one of Andy’s book, Amalgam Illness, Hair Test Interpretation or the new one, The Mercury Detoxification Manual. As you may know, Andy passed away in July of 2017. But his...

Andy’s unique qualifications

I was very lucky when I got sick. Not lucky to get sick! That was a terrible experience! But I was lucky to have received exactly the right education before I needed it – a PhD in chemistry (Princeton, 1985) – close enough to medicine to be able to read...

Body of evidence: what does it mean

I’m starting with Khan Academy’s Biology.  You can find it at https://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology   I’ve never taken biology and thought that a high school review would be a good place to start.  I was intrigued by the section under the link...

Joann’s continuing education journey

Andy was brilliant; a smart scientists with years of education and experience behind him. I hope to continue his research, but need to brush up on my chemistry, math and other topics. I will be cataloging the classes I am taking to further this aim.  I also plan to...