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    Has anyone tried chondroitin sulfate.
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    I found this article online and about a doctor who cured aterial build up and physical damage to the heart by using chondroitin sulfate. The article seems legitmate. THe article provides all resources at the body and references for the research and original findings through the article. I wanted to know if anyone else has used this before? Have any doctors eheard about this? Why isn't it being tried now?
    http://heart4pvc.webs.com/heartdiseaseacure.htm

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