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BMJ. 2007 August 11; 335(7614): 309.
PMCID: PMC1941866

Tarsem Lal Garg

Tarsem Lal Garg did his initial medical training in Scotland before moving to Jersey as a medical registrar. In 1985 he took up the offer of training in general practice, and became a singlehanded general practitioner in 1993. Outside of general practice he was interested in alternative medical treatment for atherosclerosis, and he became one of only a few UK doctors trained in chelation therapy. He was a graduate of the American College for Advancement in Medicine and helped to train many doctors from around the world in chelation therapy. Outside of medicine he loved to travel and in particular enjoyed cruises; it was on his final cruise in Italy that he fell ill. He leaves a wife, Usha, and a son and daughter in law.

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