Spike Induced Blood Clotting is Different – Dr. Ryan Cole Explains

Dr. Ryan Cole: “[Dr. Resia Pretorius] took plasma that didn’t have platelets in it and just putting the spike in clumped all the fibrin… and all the different splits that have to happen and latticed it all together without platelets was causing all that protein to stick together as well.”

“The tissues upstream from where that clot forms eventually become compromised because you don’t have oxygen getting there and then the tissues die off or become malfunctional. So, [it is] livable to a degree for awhile, until it isn’t.”

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