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I’d say it’s well worth looking past Google to find some research papers on mercury’s role in health.
In reference to your statrment above, Javizy, if you’ll read Jorge’s post again, you’ll see that he referred to a ‘quick google search’ as the source of his information. That’s the only reason I did the same. And if you’ll reread the information in the links I posted you’ll see that this is not specifically google’s information as both links came from reputable sources as named in the reports. If, during a debate, I’m required to post only information which cannot be found via a google search, should Jorge’s information not be stipulated with the same requirement? Why not ask Jorge for published university or lab sources of scientific research and studies which prove his theory?
If you prefer studies that are not taken from google, I would be glad to offer those as well from my own collection of research journals:
Rereading my post I can see why you took it the wrong way. I wasn’t comparing your evidence to Jorge’s internet anecdotes. I was just sceptical after what I’ve read about the ADA. If I remember correctly it was actually founded because of a dispute about the safety of amalgams.
I wasn’t commenting on mercury’s role in candida, and I’m certainly not defending quacks like Huggins, but I don’t think there’s much convincing evidence to prove the safety of amalgams. It’s the same story for hundreds, if not thousands of chemicals in widespread circulation though, so what’re you gonna go? I’d much rather practise good nutrition and natural chelation like you mentioned than have them removed by someone in a hazmat suit.