posted on Nov, 9 2014 @ 12:48 PM
You don't smell blood when you take it out of someone's arm right into a Vacutainer.
If she had been using DMSO in excess, there's the question of what she used it with; it's a carrier that pulls whatever else is used along with it
through the skin and into the blood. She could have been poisoned with anything from hand lotion to shampoos, soap, etc. And yeah, if she was near
death from chemical poisoning of any kind, the room could have reeked enough to cause a few people to faint. Dying people often don't smell all that
good, as a matter of course.
There was an interesting murder mystery show I saw years ago where a snake venom expert used DMSO to kill someone; they combined DMSO with cobra venom
and put it on the victim's car steering wheel. The victim bled to death internally and of course our hero the protagonist figured out the cause of
the internal bleeding in 40 minutes flat...