A1: Dear Doctor:
You are free to add more things including Magnesium and/or Myer's. A top ACAM doctor in Europe told me that he makes these additional items up in separate syringes, and lets the patient self administer them one after the other. He likes this, as it has increased his income, and the patients perceive greater value so do not mind paying the additional fees for each of the added syringes.
On the other hand, I have doctors who turn all of this into a MINI CHELATION and administer all in small bottles or bags of 50-100 cc over 5-30 minutes and charge the same as they did for their standard chelation treatments. I have doctors who have substituted the Disodium EDTA and now use all the things that were in their standard chelation treatments except it is Calcium EDTA and not Disodium. Of course, since it is painless and not perturbing parathormone, they let patients drip this in much faster, even 30 minutes, not 3 hours.
Garry F. Gordon MD,DO,MD(H)
President, Gordon Research Institutehttp://www.gordonresearch.com