Eric Gladen’s Story
On January 18, 2004, Eric Gladen got a tetanus shot after scraping his head on a nail while fixing a fence in his backyard. Soon after receiving the tetanus shot, he came down with flu-like symptoms and began experiencing major neurological and psychological issues. These symptoms included sensitivity to light and sound, visual distortions, severe muscle and nerve tension, and lack of sleep and focus.
Eric sought out help from several specialists, but it wasn’t until he finally googled four words “tetanus shot mercury poisoning” that he found the cause of his symptoms. Shortly after, he came across a book on how to cure mercury poisoning, written by Andrew Cutler, PhD.
Eric started Cutler’s protocol, under the supervision of a nurse practitioner, of pulling mercury out of his body, and this began his road to recovery.