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    Karen Burns of Matawan, N.J. spent 24 years as a dental assistant, but now she gets chelation treatments to cleanse her body of toxic mercury, which she says has left her sick and disabled for 15 years.

Former dental assistant talks about suffering from mercury exposure

Karen Burns of Matawan, N.J. spent 24 years as a dental assistant, but now she gets chelation treatments to cleanse her body of toxic mercury, which she says has left her sick and disabled for 15 years.
Courtesy: Randall Moore, director/producer of the documentary Evidence of Harm