Thanks for your answer CLEW. I thought chelating metals includes orally taking carbon, algae or clays to help excrete metals that the body cannot besides the intravenous method. I have not answers yet but I can publish updates on what I'm doing to treat me.
What I'm doing is taking MMS protocol 1000 and spraying locally with it and taking orally and topically a complex that contains this:
This complex has the advantage that is antibiotic and has the chelating effect of the clay so it may kill the fungal infection if the infection is internal (Dr. Clark says Nickel accumulates in the small intestine) so it could be possible that I have fungus there and this complex may have the effect as well of chelating the Nickel there (I hope I hit two birds with one stone).
Sad thing though is that I've talked to the microbiologist in terms of the analysis and he told me that is impossible to test for a fungal infection through Nickel levels, Urease enzyme or Ammonia levels. Nickel stays in the small instestine and stays there so no way to check if there's an accumulation there through the feces for example, Nickel levels can be tested in blood but it may show low levels while you have high on the intestine and still be poisoned. Science has a very difficult time checking for fungal infections and its species even through a skin smear (frotis) and cultivation so I can only guess in that area.
To say the thruth I'm a bit preocuppied because I'm not seeing results from the MMS spraying and protocol 1000 in conjuction with the clay complex.