[ RadSafe ] three-pronged uranyl exposure therapy proposal

Syd H. Levine syd.levine at mindspring.com
Tue Oct 25 23:51:34 CDT 2005

Geez James, now you wanna practice medicine on top of your other hobbies? 
You are dangerous on more than one level!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "James Salsman" <james at bovik.org>
To: <radsafe at radlab.nl>
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2005 4:20 PM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] three-pronged uranyl exposure therapy proposal

> Does anyone see any problems with the following treatment for
> uranyl exposure?
> 1.  Uranium sequestration:  3,4,3-LIHOPO or better chelator;
> 2.  Antioxidant stimulation:  CMX-1154 (www.ceremedix.com)
> and/or Protandim (www.protandim.com); and
> 3.  Oxidation product sequestration enzymes:  Eukarion
> (www.proteomesystems.com).
> Since we in the U.S. give our troops $500 Provigil prescriptions
> on demand (thank goodness we've cut out the dextroamphetamines),
> then we ought to at least have some decent treatments for the
> uranium exposure victims.
> Several species of mammals and some human volunteers would need
> to try the interaction profile first, under D.V.M. and M.D.
> supervision and peer review.
> Prongs 2 and 3 have wide "dual-use" application to the population
> at large.  I suspect figuring out how to up-regulate naturally
> occurring scavenger compounds may be better than just adding more
> scavenger enzymes in prong 3; just as adding vitamin A, C, or E,
> or other antioxidant megadoses doesn't help nearly as much as
> up-regulating natural antioxidant production, although it does
> help a little, but not enough to justify the side effects in the
> case of vitamin A.
> Until we get nanobots with tiny directional ionophore sensors
> (don't hold your breath -- or do, if you are around dangerous
> quantities of uranyl oxide gas) I don't see how we could do better.
> Sincerely,
> James Salsman
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