IAOMT – Post 11
“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 sent a distinguished panel of experts to attend the International Negotiating Committee (INC5) meeting held in Geneva by the United Nations Environmental Programme. The INC5 wrote 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 represented the 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.
The medical treatment for CHRONIC MERCURY DENTAL INGESTION is not included the British medical pharmacopoeia – a book containing the identification of compound medicines published by the British Government / the British Dental Association.
Posts are in numbered order for completeness. You may like to read post 12 next which provides information as to how the diagnosis of chronic dental ingestion was found and posts after this provide information about the post-chelation process.
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