Pollutants in Human Plasma Found via Double-Filtration Plasmapheresis Plasma Exchange
Studies in toxicology usually study urine, feces, and other secretions and measure indirectly. Dr. Gatti, whose lab was raided for reporting detection of nanoparticles in vaccines, has a new study.
Does everyone remember Drs. Gatti and Montanari? We flew them in from Italy in 2017 to the IPAK Vaccine Safety Conference in Pittsburgh, PA? Probably not.
To help you remember
Earlier this year, Dr. Gatti let me know they are back up and running.
The new study is of pollutants and toxins found in the extract of eluate from double-filtration plasmapheresis plasma exchange.
The new study, by Dr. Gatti and Dr. Felix Scholkmann, is entitled:
By using plasmapheresis, they found
“aflatoxin B1, chromium, lead, cadmium, arsenic, lindane, cobalt, polycyclic-aromatic-hydrocarbons, disulfoton and aluminium (listed in descending concentration).”
The aluminum was found in various forms and types, bound with and free from silicon.
They also found unknown thread-like objects.
Makes me wonder if we should all detox this way once a year?
Dr. Gatti, congratulations on your new study and on surviving the attack on your lab by Italian authorities.
It should be possible to estimate the blood and body levels of compounds to which we are exposed, say, before and after vaccination.
Scholkmann, Felix, and Antonietta M. Gatti. 2022. "Particles in the Eluate from Double Filtration Plasmapheresis—A Case Study Using Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy/Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy (FE-SEM/EDX)" Compounds 2, no. 4: 367-377. https://doi.org/10.3390/compounds2040030