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 Ascorsine-9 receives the credit for clearing the RtC Artery. 
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Post Ascorsine-9 receives the credit for clearing the RtC Artery.
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Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 08:42:01 -0500
Subject: Tower Ascorsine-9

On Feb 5th 2007, the Dr. stated the LAD was 97% blocked and the Rt Cornary was blocked 67%. A medicated stent was implanted in the LAD.

On June 26th the Dr. stated the RtC Artery was completely clear and a 10% blockage in the LAD where the stent was implanted. Ascorsine-9 receives the credit for clearing the RtC Artery. Thanks for a great product that works. J.P. C.



For the unitiated, Ascorsine-9 is Tower Lab's high-end implementation of Pauling's vitamin C & Lysine therapy, see http://www.hearttechnology.com/abouta9.htm

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:33 am
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Post How the Improvement Was Determine
I asked how this improvement was determined, and I received the following response:
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The tests used in determining the % of blockage were Cardiac Catheterization, Coronary and Heart x-rays with a dye injected.

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Thu Jul 19, 2007 7:58 am
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Post Costs for the Record
I asked P. L. C. whether the test was painful, and how much the testing cost, and here was his response.

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The there was no pain from the catheters being inserted or removed in the Left Descending Artery (LAD) or the Right Coronary Artery (RCA). There was only a slight prick from the needles for the local anesthesia in the groin area, where the catheters were inserted. I was awake during the entire procedure, could see the catheters on the x-ray screen being inserted in the femoral arteries and was requested at times to take a deep breath. A medicated cobalt chromium stent was implanted in the LAD, and a catheter was inserted in the RCA to keep it from collapsing/open during the procedure.
1. Insert intracoronary stent (Guidant cobalt chromium stent) in LAD ----$1,354.15
2. Left heart catheterization professional charge ---- 314.66
3. Insert precut device ---- 309.75
4. Injection for coronary x-rays ---- 73.53
5. Injection for heart x-rays ---- 43.11
6. Emergency dept visit ---- 900.00
7. Rhythm ecg. report ---- 54.00
8. Chest x-ray ---- 28.00
9. Electrocardiogram reports ---- 150.00

PLUS
Pharmacy, Intensive Care, Supplies, Operating Room, Laboratory,
Cardiology, Diagnostic Rad, Emergency Room, EKG/ECG ----$99,989.40.

Should some studies be under consideration the prescribed medications being taken in conjunction are/were;
PLAVIX----75mg 1-a day
COREG-----6.25mg 1/2 - twice a day
ALTACE--- 2.5mg 1-a day=20
ASPIRIN ---375mg 1- a day
NITROQUICK Patch .4mg 12hrs daily
Appreciate your interest and hope this is helpful. Please feel free to =
contact me should you need additional info.

J. P. C

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Wed Jul 25, 2007 1:12 pm
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1. Insert intracoronary stent (Guidant cobalt chromium stent) in LAD ----$1,354.15
2. Left heart catheterization professional charge ---- 314.66
3. Insert precut device ---- 309.75
4. Injection for coronary x-rays ---- 73.53
5. Injection for heart x-rays ---- 43.11
6. Emergency dept visit ---- 900.00
7. Rhythm ecg. report ---- 54.00
8. Chest x-ray ---- 28.00
9. Electrocardiogram reports ---- 150.00

PLUS
Pharmacy, Intensive Care, Supplies, Operating Room, Laboratory,
Cardiology, Diagnostic Rad, Emergency Room, EKG/ECG ----$99,989.40.


The cost of this procedure would have been painful for me.


Thu Jul 26, 2007 10:52 am
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