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As this writer was getting a chelation treatment last week at the Mount Rainier Clinic in Yelm, my thoughts turned to the discussion among all of the patients getting similar treatments sitting together in the comfortable chairs in the main room. Listening to the conversations, I heard people from Puyallup, Oregon, Tacoma, Seattle, the coast, and on and on. They all come here from the world over because of the hope of reversal from devastating diseases caused by arterial plaque and what chelation therapy can do to reverse many of these symptoms. Dr. Elmer Cranton, one of the leading MDs in the field of chelation therapy has many books and scientific articles published on this topic. He has operated the Yelm office since 1993 with his son John Cranton taking over day-to-day operations in the last year.
Won’t you learn more of this fabulous method of avoiding many non-invasive surgeries on which Dr. Cranton has written the book? Dr. Cranton has published a book for the public and is available in his office titled “Bypassing Bypass Surgery Chelation Therapy: A Non-Surgical Treatment for Reversing Arteriosclerosis, Improving Blocked Circulation, and Slowing the Aging Process. In his definitive book on chelation therapy, Dr. Cranton clearly explains what chelation is, what it does, and how it works.”
Won’t you consider visiting this little jewel right here in Yelm and learn why people from all walks of life are coming to this Yelm icon?

Posted by Steve on August 14, 2006 at 8:44 am | Permalink

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  1. Steve,

    As I read your journal entry a second and third time, I felt a surge of delight and satisfaction that my father’s work is being recognized by more people every day. He has been a pioneer in many different areas of healthcare. I am fortunate to have him as my father, to have him as a
    mentor, and to have his guidance from which I continue to learn and grow.

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me and others who have access to your journal. I think I will read them once more before I go to bed.


    John Cranton

    Comment by John Cranton on August 18, 2006 at 2:26 pm

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