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Advantages of chelation therapy : a triumph over heart and artery disease / by Lady Cilento
Bib ID 4707406
Format BookBook
Author
Cilento, Phyllis, Lady, 1894-1987
 
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description [Springwood, Qld.?] : Chelation Information Centres, Australia, 1985 
viii, 44 p. : ill. 
ISBN 0958921504
Notes

First ed. published: 1985.

Subjects Chelation therapy.  |  Arteriosclerosis -- Chemotherapy.  |  Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid -- Therapewtic use.  |  Chelation therapy  |  Arteriosclerosis--Chemotherapy  |  Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid--Therapewtic use
Other authors/contributors Chelation Information Centres, Australia

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