Comments on other protocols

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Experiences with inappropriate protocols or chelators

Note: There are many more reports of regression from inappropriate protocols in the archives.

  • Adult experiences with skipping ALA doses at night show that some people will develop serious health problems from redistribution, but it may take months to become evident -

Cutler's comments on various protocols

Dr Mark Geier, Dr David Geier, Lupron

  • The idea that testosterone makes someone vulnerable to mercury doesn't make sense since adult women and men have much more testosterone than a male child yet do not all die from thimerosal preserved vaccinations -
  • Most autistic children when tested properly will show low testosterone. Elevated testosterone is more likely to be from adrenals trying to compensate for insufficient cortisol, and is supported by measurement of elevated DHEA. The better solution is adrenal support. Diflucan may reduce testosterone levels. Many labs cannot accurately measure pediatric testosterone levels -
  • "This whole testosterone-mercury-autism connection is not a real thing, it is confusion about some correlates of being mercury toxic, along with a surprisingly poor knowledge of physiology, and of what drugs like Lupron actually do." -

DAN! Protocol, Dr. Amy Holmes

  • Cutler says most of the DAN! protocol follows his protocol, except for aspects that relate to chemical kinetics, which he has particular expertise in. He also mentions that many people who were on his protocol were switched to the new DAN! dosage timing and got worse, and switched back again.
  • Cutler says the DAN! protocol was designed by doctors who had little or no experience with chelation or did not understand pharmacokinetics. The dosage recommendations was based on a textbook without consideration for the harm that inappropriate dosages do to mercury toxic individuals. They also ignored the results of patients who switched from 4-hour dosing to 8-hour dosing. Also calculations showing that the amount of metal removed by the high infrequent DAN! doses compared to Cutler's protocol is about the same, yet is accompanied with greater redistribution into the brain and damage. (bottom half of post)
  • Days after the DAN! consensus paper was released, Cutler points out that large numbers of patients of Dr. Amy Holmes switched from 4-hour to 8-hour dosing, but switched back again because of regression. Amy Holmes was one of the early DAN! doctors. He stresses that 4-hour dosing was based on the experiences of many adults and children who had tried other protocols, and consistent with safer dosage timing determined by pharmacokinetic modeling.

Dr. Amy Yasko

American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM)

Dr. Stephanie Cave

Stephanie Cave is the author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children's Vaccines.

  • Cutler relates what he knows of Stephanie Cave's situation in 2006. She has been coerced into using an inappropriate chelation dose and timing to stay out of trouble with her medical licensing board -

Dr. Jaquelyn McCandless

Jaquelyn McCandless is the author of Children With Starving Brains.

Dr. Hal Huggins


  • Improper use (high or infrequent dosing) of DMPS tends to damage the liver and intestines. Improper use of DMSA tends to damage the brain and spinal motor neurons. This has been seen in large numbers of people -
  • Monthly IV (intravenous) DMPS has very little effect on overall mercury excretion compared to doing nothing, yet has a high risk of adverse reaction. This is based on observation of people and by simple calculations -

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