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Chelating agents were introduced into medicine in World War 1 when the first compound was used as an antidote to the arsenic-based poison gas, Lewisite. Since then, chelating agents and chelation therapy have become much more common in practical medicine. Chelation has been used to treat a number of serious conditions with intermittent successes. Conditions like autism, atherosclerosis, and mercury poisoning are often treated with chelation therapy, and success has been reported in some of the treatments.
When it comes to treating serious conditions, you want to do all that you can to achieve the best results. While chelation isn’t guaranteed to work, it is safe, effective, and relatively inexpensive, and if it does work the patient will obviously be much happier than they would have with invasive surgery.
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