MRI patients 'poisoned by toxic metal'

Sky News  |  7 Dec 2018

Sky News has spoken to patients who believe gadolinium, injected in a compound, has had devastating consequences on their health. Gadolinium is a metal used in around a third of MRI scans and patients have called on the NHS to change its safety advice. Our health correspondent, Paul Kelso, has this exclusive report.


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Gadolinium toxicity: Why you can’t trust everything doctors say

"Have you heard about gadolinium toxicity? If you are lucky, probably not. Because gadolinium toxicity is something that has been hidden away from the general public. Why? Because like many faults in other systems, this is a very lucrative problem for a very big industry — big pharma."

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