Will liquid or oral chelation agents have any affect on PD, as it dissolves plaque in the arteries?

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There are no formal studies which have been done on liquid or oral chelation products. Although patients have suggested that there has been some improvement or reduction of calcification of plaque as a result of using chelation agents, this is totally unproven, and frankly not likely the case. There would be no reason whatsoever to use any chelation agent when the plaque is not calcified.

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