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My mother has circulatory problems caused by artherosclerosis. She heard that some kinds of chelation therapy can be helpful. She would like to try with theses alternative treatments. Please, tell me how are these therapies given? How do they work and what are the safest recommended forms of chelation therapy? Thanks!

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Agents frequently used for chelation therapy include ethylene diaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA), DMSA, d-penicillamine, and dimercaptoproponol. The chelation therapies may be given by the infusion and in oral doses, alone or in combination with vitamins and minerals. Depending on severity of the patient's problems, it needs 30 -100 treatments to be given. Oral Chelation Therapy is safer.
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