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What is the test to detect free spike proteins? Is this something that can be ordered by a Dr, or is this only available to researchers?

I have heart damaged twin boys.

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Thanks, Dr. Jack. Every day, new studies are proving you right, and colliding head-on with the the ‘official’ narrative. Man, are we in for an interesting year!

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Have not seen the study but would think an important question would be which vaccines these subjects had. Also important to look for other differences between those who had spike protein in the blood (pre and post administration genetic analysis) and those who didn't, including careful analysis, beyond brand, of the shots they were given. (lot #'s, geographic location of manufacture and administration, handling, constituent analysis, etc.)

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Jan 7·edited Jan 7

Perhaps they should have checked the other injected boys (who didnt have symptoms) for subclinical myocarditis and clots or reduced blood flow.

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Impressive Makes a lot of sense. Combine this with IgG4 issues & seems like a bad deal

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Biochemistry for Retards:

"The same detector antibody against S1 was used for both the S1 and spike assay (LT-1900,

Leinco), therefore full spike was detected by capturing the S2 subunit and detecting the S1

subunit"

https://www.ahajournals.org/action/downloadSupplement?doi=10.1161%2FCIRCULATIONAHA.122.061025&file=CIRC_CIRCULATIONAHA-2022-061025_supp1.pdf

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It travels throughout the body in exosomes that can also be spread to the environment and others.

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Thank you for highlighting an interesting paper.

Here are details about Synctia-building in the blood: https://medquotes.substack.com/p/giant-clots-syncytia-via-multi-arginine

In this and several other articles I've been discussing my hypothesis of Syncytia caused by Spike contributing to the giant clots, and have shown in my post which blood cells have ACE2 and other susceptibilities to Spike. I have also described in my posts how Spike-triggered Syncytia could explain some sudden death cases via electrical interruption in brain stem and heart, organ and brain damage, loss of pregnancies and destruction of eggs. Feel free to link to any of my posts on this topic in your post. I linked yours to mine.

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Jan 7·edited Jan 8

The naysayers who deny these amyloid clots are real are doing a great disservice to jab recipients. Nice ro see the science is catching up with what the funeral directors have been reporting for 12 months.

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