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Toxic Elements Research Foundation (TERF), a non profit research foundation, announces its series of dental related health care reports under the title of 'Elements of Disease.'

Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) February 19, 2009 -- Toxic Elements Research Foundation (TERF), a non profit research foundation, announces its series of dental related health care reports under the title of 'Elements of Disease.' Toxicity, or the inadvertent poisoning of our population, is the focal point of the Toxic Element Research Foundation. For the past thirty years, TERF has funded a wide variety of research to discover the connection between dental materials and health. Its primary focus was its research on Mercury containing dental amalgam (silver) fillings and the dangers associated with it. The FDA has finally admitted many of these dangers. TERF has turned its attention to other dental materials and procedures, and is now releasing the results of this highly controversial research to the news media and general public.

This first series of reports identifies various factions of blood tests that demonstrate extremely unhealthy aspects of not only common silver mercury fillings, but introduces the role of bacterial toxins from root canals, dental implants and cavitations. A surprising expose is presented on 'cavitations', or defects in the bone where wisdom teeth were removed. Through the use of sophisticated DNA technology, identification of the especially damaging anaerobic bacteria (those who live in the absence of oxygen) that are found in root canals and cavitations has shed new light on the potential cause and advanced treatment for diseases thought to be incurable. This research confirms data discovered and presented to the American Dental Association over ninety years ago.

Examples of the diseases that have been associated with the bacterium discovered hidden within dental procedures are MS, ALS, AD, leukemia and diabetes. With proper dental treatment and recognition of these sources of toxins and their eradication, many patients can be improved, and TERF believes most could have been avoided entirely. New generations will not have these new diseases to be concerned about IF research institutions can be encouraged to explore these newly discovered avenues of their cause.

Results and correlations are provided free of charge in order to stimulate investigative type of reporters to assist the Toxic Element Research Foundation in generating awareness in the public. TERF has created a media outreach program where media writers can visit the web site - - and e-mail their choice of two topics in addition to the basic report up on root canals, the incubators. Other topics include: cavitations, the caverns of deceit; dental implants, the invitation for Alzheimer's; cholesterol, the giver of life; chronic fatigue, complexity encompassed; sodium and potassium, the butlers; albumin, the primary detoxifier; porphyrins, the origin of all energy; methyl mercury on the red cell, the biomarker of recovery; and white blood cells, our primary defense against autoimmune diseases.

About Toxic Elements Research Foundation
TERF, a non-profit research foundation, is dedicated to stimulating interest in the research community as well as informing the public to become aware of potential problems associated with dental materials and procedures. Informed consent of potential problems makes for better informed decisions by the patient - especially where health is at risk.


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