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Discussion on the potential impact of microclots and the upcoming related events
  • Dr. Philip McMillan focused on COVID-19 and autoimmunity 0:05

  • Autoimmune response triggered by specific proteins like ace2 0:21

  • Understanding the pandemic through a different angle 0:35

  • Upcoming discussion on microclots and Spike detox 1:12

  • Presentation on nitric oxide and humming as an important strategy 1:46

  • 25% of corpses in 2023 showed microclotting, a significant increase from pre-COVID times 2:07

  • Questioning the mechanism behind the increase in microclots 3:02

The discussion explores the prevalence and potential impact of microclots in the body, particularly in relation to long covid and other comorbidities
  • Microclots may be prevalent in a significant proportion of the population, even in seemingly healthy cohorts 3:43

  • Specific comorbidities such as hypertension, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes were found to be associated with microclots 4:32

  • The balance of clotting in the body is crucial, as both excessive and insufficient clotting can lead to health issues 5:24

  • The body has a system to prevent blood leakage when a blood vessel is broken, involving clotting mechanisms 6:07

Explanation of microclots and their potential impact on clotting process and health complications
  • Platelets play a crucial role in clotting to prevent blood leakage 6:14

  • Clots formed by platelets and fibrin help in healing process 6:56

  • Complications can arise in individuals with clotting disorders 7:06

  • Microclots may lead to uncontrolled clotting and health issues 7:43

  • Potential presence of microclots in individuals prior to death 8:15

  • Study examined characteristics of microclots and platelet function 8:33

  • Platelet pore analysis was conducted to understand clotting process 8:48

Significant findings of microclotting in patients, potential relevance to longer term disease, and the need for further research
  • Platelets were taken out to assess clotting, revealing significant microclotting in patients 8:56

  • Abnormalities should not be ignored in clinical medicine 10:03

  • Lack of relevant research on microclotting and circulating spike proteins 10:31

  • Presentation slides and full video available for more detailed research findings 10:41

  • Circulating spike proteins may be part of the microclotting picture 11:30

The speaker discusses the formation of small blood clots and their potential impact on organ damage, emphasizing the need for proactive research and collaboration in understanding the disease trajectory
  • Formation of small microclots and their potential impact on major organs 11:46

  • Uncertainty regarding the role of Spike protein in driving disease 11:54

  • Need for proactive approach in addressing abnormal patterns and excess deaths 12:25

  • Importance of understanding the combination of factors leading to disease presentation 12:42

  • Current lack of full understanding of disease trajectory and the need for further research 13:06