Though some individuals may experience improvement after a risky treatment like chelation, chelation cannot be considered safe.
It’s like crossing a street without looking. Some safely reach the other side, and they may report they are very happy because the other side of the street is better than the side they came from. But such reports are only voiced by those who survived – you never hear the story of someone who was killed because he crossed the street without looking.
Chelation is an accepted medical practice – but only in those cases where the advantages outweigh the risks. Responsible doctors do know about chelation, they know when to apply it, and they also know when not to apply it.
There’s a reason doctors are reluctant in using chelation. Let’s not forget that.