In mainstream medicine, certain intravenous agents are used to bind to toxins and metals, thereby helping the body excrete them. These agents are known as chelating agents and the process is known as chelation. It is primarily used to remove heavy metals such as lead and iron from the body. However, the use of chelation therapy extends beyond that and it has been employed informally for many reasons, including reducing the risk of cardiovascular events. 

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