Diabetes patient Richard Curren, left, prepares to receive intravenous chelation therapy or a placebo while Dr. Gervasio Lamas, chief of cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, supervises Fernando Melgar, a medical assistant administering the dosage.
Diabetes patient Richard Curren, left, prepares to receive intravenous chelation therapy or a placebo while Dr. Gervasio Lamas, chief of cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, supervises Fernando Melgar, a medical assistant administering the dosage. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald
Diabetes patient Richard Curren, left, prepares to receive intravenous chelation therapy or a placebo while Dr. Gervasio Lamas, chief of cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, supervises Fernando Melgar, a medical assistant administering the dosage. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald

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