posted on Jul, 29 2021 @ 07:37 AM
a reply to: reject
I’m pretty sure it was removed due to peer reviewed studies showing it was unnecessary. If people are going to form clots from exposure to this
either because of prior infections or something abnormal with their immune response. Maybe they are going after the adenovirus carrier which has
caused clots in studies or they react to the liposome carrying the genetic material. Blood vessels or not, if they’re going to form clots, they’re
going to do it anyways because it will be absorbed and move into these other areas. Just because of the processes I don’t see either one making a
huge difference, it will just change the speed at which it occurs.
You would be surprised how many can’t do it with one hand, and then it gets weird. We do percutaneous lines all the time so all it takes is a little
training to get used to it.
Public health education is a huge issue, we have pharmaceutical companies pushing their studies that are biased, it’s why it’s listed in the
paper. The data is good for the time point they had and if we follow the instructions it should work in most. But we didn’t do that. We also have
all these alternative practice doctors who are pushing the opposite end, and when you research their sources and grants, they have a vested interest
in that area. It doesn’t surprise me that people are afraid or confused and it’s definitely too late to fix it now we should just let it ride like
a bad flu season.