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GOOD FOR THE HEART: The success of chelation in medicine will be of major benefit to the man in the street with little benefit for the major pharma firms.

From pariah to acceptance

Chelation, previously seen as bordering on quackery, has produced the best outcomes for diabetics with heart disease and may be the answer to preventing progression of calcification in arteries
Aug 8, 2015 5:50 AM

THE use of chelation for the treatment of heart disease had been considered as bordering on quackery. Chelation started about a century ago, when it was used to treat metal poisoning, by administering a drug ("chelator") which binds to the metal or minerals and this bound metal-EDTA (