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Environmental Medicine Studies and Reviews, Volume One:



“It is the inability to see the effects of chronic, low level toxicities on human health that has been –– and remains –– our greatest failing as intelligent beings.”

Boyd Haley, Ph.D., Chairman of Chemistry Department, University of Kentucky, USA

“What do the books of toxicology say? Casarett and Doull’s “Basic Science of Poisons” and Chang’s “Toxicology of Metals” – both by highly respected authors – are two modern bibles on field of toxicology. They document mercury’s effect on many organs and systems and how it causes chromosomal damage. Read about the effects of mercury in each area, organ, system, and you’ll see descriptions of all the chronic degenerative diseases. The symptoms of the many diseases listed in medical textbooks are the same as the symptoms of intoxication listed in toxicology textbooks, especially from mercury and other heavy metals. All the diseases are there. All the chronic diseases constitute one big toxic soup. Endocrine disease, infertility, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, MS, cancer. . . This is all one and the same process. All that is different is the target organ. That’s all. There are many different drugs depending on the target organ. . . But it’s all one disease. Treat the cause.”

Savely Yurkovsky, M.D., Field Control Therapy Basic Level seminar, Dublin 2004


Dedication: I’m making this bibliography available here to the public in honour of Boyd Haley, Ph.D., and his outstanding medical research, and in honour of my medical mentor, Savely Yurkovsky, M.D., who has taught me all of the most useful things I know about toxicity issues. In 2005 Dr Yurkovsky was chosen as a candidate for the Bravewell Leadership Award for “significant contributions to the field of medicine” and “compelling vision for the future of medicine.”

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1. Core Reference Database of Mercury Studies

This section is a magnificent compilation of mercury science from four different sources, each provided here for research and reference purposes in one convenient location. For each section, I am indebted to the scientists and compilers who have so carefully worked over so many decades to make this possible. Each of the four links below leads to another page devoted to it (parts two to five of this bibliography). If you would like an introduction to the subject of mercury science, I would skip instead to any of my OTHER sections which follow further down on this page (the rest of part one), as they are designed to help make this research more accessible by topic. Then come back here when you are seeking access to the most in-depth indexes of mercury science ever compiled in one place!

We should not address the end result – the disease – but the triggering factors which led to it, i.e. toxins. If you remove these triggering factors, the body will restore itself, with only minimal help. Stress is the input – strain is only the effect.” (Savely Yurkovsky, M.D., Field Control Therapy Basic Level seminar, Dublin 2004).

(a) Comprehensive Hg Scientific Database: The Swedish Mats Hanson Mercury Index (Studies, Reviews and Citations) – Extraordinary Archive of Circa 8000 Hg Studies In Full and Circa 50,000 Hg Citations with Abstracts – Compiled and Indexed by M. Hanson, Ph.D., 2009 (Total size of all content ~4GB – N.B. Due to the large volume of the content of this archive, it is being uploaded here in stages, but will soon be complete)

(b) List of 594 Key Hg Citations: The Bernard Windham Mercury Index (Citations) – Hg Exposure Levels from Amalgam Dental Fillings – Brilliant Scholarly Documentation of Mechanisms by which Hg Causes over 30 Chronic Health Conditions – Introduced and Collated by Section by B. Windham, Chemical Engineer, DAMS Florida, 2009

(c) The IAOMT Database: The IAOMT Database (Studies, Reviews and Citations) – Indispensable 2009 Archive of 266 Key Documents of Interest – Incorporating 1000s of Citations and Studies (Total size of all material >650MB)

(d) Extensive Back Catalogue of Mercury Newsletters: The Complete Bioprobe Mercury Index (Newsletters with Citations and Reviews) – Archive of All Back Issues of the Amazing Groundbreaking Bioprobe Newsletter, 1984-2002 – Compiled by Sam Ziff, 2009 (Total size of all issues ~1GB)

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2. Studies and Reviews by Category

Accessible resource for the researcher desiring to scratch the surface in particular areas

Toxicology is the science of poisons. The sober facts are that doctors spend barely a few hours on toxicology in their training.” (Savely Yurkovsky, M.D., Field Control Therapy Basic Level seminar, Dublin 2004).

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a. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and ADHD Studies and Reviews

Mercury is a key neuro-toxin which tends to accumulate in brain tissue. Autism and ADHD are multi-factorial, with the major contributing factor being environmental toxicity. Persuasive evidence has emerged implicating heavy metals as the primary aetiology.

In the testing experience of this author, mercury, silver amalgam and silver-mercury compound enter any organ/tissue and are contained in every child born to a mother who has or ever had silver amalgam, or for the sake of formality, copper amalgam fillings… It is only logical, therefore, that since an addition of extra mercury to the childhood vaccines in the way of a preservative, Thimerosal, has taken place, the rate of autism (and other CNS disorders) has skyrocketed by 800% in the recent years. The incidence of ADD and ADHD, 150,000 children in the U.S. in 1975, has become 4.4 million by 1997.” (Savely Yurkovsky, M.D., “Autism, ADD, ADHD, LD and the Power of Digital Medicine,” 2003).





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