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Reducing copper toxicity naturally – a new therapy for fibromyalgia?

Reducing copper toxicity naturally – a new therapy for fibromyalgia?:

It has been well documented that essential transition metals such as copper or nonessential metals such as cadmium, mercury or lead can be toxic at the cellular, tissue, and organ level when present in excess. Excess copper has even been shown to be the probable cause of trigger points, a common and the main diagnostic sign and symptom in myofascial pain syndrome (i.e. fibromyalgia)

This lecture is designed to review the scientific literature on Fibromyalgia and copper toxicity and subsequently review case studies and treatment plans designed to get patients feeling better and greatly improving their quality of life.

 

About the Speaker: Dan Purser, M.D.

Dr. Dan Purser graduated from Brigham Young University and the University of Mississippi School of Medicine and practices in Lindon, Utah. Purser is not only an avid endocrinology researcher, he’s also an internationally known entertaining, dynamic educator to the public and to physicians through book, radio and product tours. He is often voted the Most Popular Speaker at conferences. Dr. Purser has 15 bestselling books plus a textbook; 10 of which have been #1 on Amazon in several different categories. In addition, Purser is the founder of successful health product design companies which manufacture products for various supplement companies worldwide.

He is also a big fan of Disneyland and Disney World where you can find him in his off time with his wife and family.

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