Discussion and Commentary on the Preceding Article
A Question Concerning “Dark-Field Microscopic Analysis on the Blood of 1,006 Symptomatic Persons After Anti-COVID mRNA Injections from Pfizer/BioNtech or Moderna” by Benzi Cipelli et al.
Keywords:dark-field microscopy, foreign materials in COVID-19 injections, transport in the blood
The intent of my letter is by no means to question the trustworthiness of the reported findings but to gain more knowledge of the details in order for all of us to be better prepared for critical debates with opponents. It would be wonderful if the authors, or anyone reading my comment with sufficient knowledge in this challenging field, will be able to provide a logical explanation: How can such large foreign objects circulate in the human blood stream?
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