Post 1. A general selection of media about the use of mercury amalgam and surgeon and hospital failures.
The amount of deadly mercury pumped into the atmosphere has soared since February sparking a new £500,000 government contract to investigate the toxic effects on the environment
18 January 2021
Robbie Williams suffers from acute mercury poisoning suggestive organic poisoning from eating fish
17 December 2020
Hasan Chowdhury for The Daily Telegraph
12 August 2020
The Daily Telegraph – Chlorella
9 June 2020
General Medical Council
General Medical Council research laid bare five distinct problematic groups of healthcare professionals.
Professor Ted Baker, the Care Quality Commission’s chief inspector of hospitals, told MPs: “Bullying in the healthcare system is still a worry for us, it occurs in all organisations.
“And it is a worry not just because it affects staff but because it affects the safety and wellbeing of patients.
The UK Chief Dental Officers have written to all dental registrants to advise them on new restrictions on the use of dental amalgam effective from July 1.
Dental Health Post
A landmark provisional agreement has been approved by the three governing institutions of the European Union (EU) to ban amalgam dental fillings for children less than fifteen years old as well as pregnant and nursing women.
The legislation is drafted to take effect on July 1, 2018, and will affect five hundred million people. It still must be approved by EU governing bodies but is overwhelmingly supported by citizens and lawmakers.
Additionally, the European Commission will require each member state of the EU to submit a plan of action by July 1, 2019, to reduce the overall use of dental amalgam fillings.
British Medical Journal
Article about the stabilisation of cancer with the continued use of turmeric and curcumin.
The Argus / Brighton and Hove News
Holistic Dentistry News
In the UK EHS is not a recognised condition and there is no treatment on the NHS
Andre Rhoden-Paul 9/02/2017
Public Health England
Information published by the UK government – Inorganic mercury / elemental mercury
The Minamata Convention on mercury
A treaty determining the future of dental amalgam was agreed by the United Nations Environmental Programme’s Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee in Geneva on 20 January 2013. The global, legally-binding treaty aims to reduce environmental pollution from mercury, to which amalgam makes a contribution.
Sweden bans amalgam fillings
“Dental Mercury’s Toxic Journey Into The Environment” was narrated by Robert Lamarck and produced as a collaborative effort between The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, the website Mercury Exposure and the film You Put What In My Mouth? a documentary about the devastating effects of dental mercury on patients, staff and the environment. Original music score composed by Joshua Myers http://joshuamyers.com/
The IAOMT has sent a distinguished panel of experts to attend the International Negotiating Committee (INC5) meeting being held in Geneva by the United Nations Environmental Programme. The INC5 is writing a Globally Binding Treaty that will eliminate the use and trade of mercury and mercury-containing products. Dental Mercury accounts for 10% of the annual global emissions and therefore is considered a significant contributor. The IAOMT group of experts will represent our position that mercury amalgam is a risk to the environment, dental workers and the general public, and whose use should be discontinued as there are many suitable alternatives available.
Useful background information
The Minamata Treaty, 2013, part of the UN Environmental Programme, was passed calling for a worldwide ban on mercury usage.
It is clear that the rapid growth of electro currents in the world are bringing a host of new challenges to our medical teams.
It is suggested that posts should be read in numbered order for completeness. Next, you may like to start reading about the patient’s chronic dental ingestion toxicity including severe levels of mercury, nickel and palladium post 2 – how it happened.
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