Evidence mounts of radical turn for older brother

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/04/22/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/03672530-5453--90x90.jpg Bombing victim Krystle Campbell mourned in Medford

A solitary bell tolled as the casket of the Boston Marathon bombing victim was brought into St. Joseph Church.

Dozens of injured expected to be released to rehab hospitals

Doctors at Boston Medical Center said they hoped to see a “mass exodus” of patients today.

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Amid chaos, hospital staffers raised the bar

We owe tremendous gratitude to all those workers who show up at our city’s hospitals on normal days and the rest.


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Chelation,usually administered through an intravenous drip, uses chemicals that bind to metals such as lead, zinc, iron, aluminum, and copper inside the body and flush them out.

Unexpected results in study of chelation

A big study of the controversial therapy showed positive results in treating heart disease, but many have dismissed the findings.