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debbie lambert 20h
. Hopeful! Researchers step up to help clear the gad out of the body. Gd warriors eagerly await solutions! ~~~ Removal of a gadolinium based contrast agent by a novel sorbent hemoperfusion in a chronic kidney disease (CKD) rodent model.
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QuietHrs Feb 22
MRI contrast dye is injected into about 30 million people/yr to increase image quality during scans. It contains a metal, which serve no biological function & is rarely found free in the environment. Passes from patients->sewers->waterways dwnstrm from med facilities
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Mary Gerdt 11h
If becomes identified as a Water Quality Problem Maybe our Human Corporeal Contamination might Be identified I used to administer bladder cancer chemotherapy agents,When I questioned why we flushed the waste, I was told Lake Champlain is Big..Dilute, doesn’t Pollute🤦‍♀️
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AskTheLawyers Feb 21
Many patients who undergo MRIs ingest a substance called . Many patients, however, are reporting toxic side effects. Miami attorney Jack Hickey of explains the options for patients. Full video:
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trudy wonder Feb 18
STUDY: Finnish researchers have discovered the presence of from contrast in gliomas, as well as in neighboring normal tissue and necrosis.
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GeneXed Feb 17
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B. Wagner, M.D. 15h
Rare earth elements (including ☠️) “have become indispensable to our new ecological, digital society and are now considered as ‘Technology Critical Elements’… by several scientific organizations… and governments,”
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QuietHrs Feb 22
It's very tragic but hopefully we can turn it around. is a potent calcium channel blocker because the two elements are similar in size. Calcium is crucial for many, many organisms. Wonder about the implications for alone?
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Duke Feb 17
Does the technology require any exposure ?
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trudy wonder Feb 19
Replying to @Wagner_Nephro
“...Gd fluxes in the Garonne River may be related with... the increasing number of MRI instruments, highlighting... their potential harmful effects...” Yep, it ends up in the water. We’re also seeing rising levels of in the San Francisco Bay
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BJR Journals Feb 17
"Gadolinium deposits were highest in gliomas with noticeable contrast enhancement and in patients who received a linear GBCA, rather than a macrocyclic GBCA"
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B. Wagner, M.D. Feb 18
💀 “Metabolic studies ... show the skeleton to be the main long-term reservoir of lanthanides, while very low levels of lanthanides accumulate in the kidneys,” C.H. Evans, Biochemistry of the Lanthanides (1990). 💉 , this applies to ☠️
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Duke Feb 14
Replying to @Wagner_Nephro
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Mary Gerdt 10h
Replying to @Wagner_Nephro
“Indispensable “ means lazy science... If there’s a better way, no one will discover as long as is thought to be Indispensable 😢
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Mary Gerdt Feb 16
... My unofficial hypotheses... Sunscreen abuse Covering up in the Sun Milk consumption Down MRI identifying Lesions Earlier Toxic environments ?? not helpful ?? Vitamin D deficiency Fat intake Down Sedentary lifestyle up. One,None or all of the above
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QuietHrs Feb 17
Makers of contrast containing
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AJNR Feb 17
Effect of on the Estimation of Myelin and Brain Tissue Volumes Based on Quantitative
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debbie lambert Feb 19
Replying to @GeneXedGroup
Absolutely ridiculous, is . And contrast builds from one to next MRI.
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debbie lambert Feb 14
Replying to @lambertdebb
Wow! Can the "" also be subpoenaed and charged if the said drug is responsible for wrongful deaths, murders, toxic illness? I certainly hope so! Is this the role are playing when they order ?
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QuietHrs Feb 17
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