Do anticoagulants offer greater protection against Graphene Oxide?

October 25, 2021

In a new round of questions addressed to Dr. José Luis Sevillano, he was asked about the protective effect of anticoagulants against the toxic graphene oxide in vaccination vials.

Indeed, people who take anticoagulants are less likely to suffer the consequences of the 'rouleaux effect' produced by graphene oxide in the blood; however, this type of medication doesn't protect against other complications produced by the nanomaterial in the body (arrhythmias, myocarditis, neurodegeneration, among others).

Below, Orwell City brings Dr. Sevillano's words to English.

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Ricardo Delgado: From Spain, it says: 'People who take anticoagulants have more protection against the vaccine than those who don't?' Even if it's indirectly. 

Dr. Sevillano: Exactly. You're protected with everything that's derived to treat thrombi. But it doesn't protect you from arrhythmias, for example. Because that affects the conduction tissue. It also doesn't protect you from neurophysiological problems or mental or other problems. You know, like neurodegeneration. They also don't protect you from myocarditis or tumors. But they do protect you from everything related to thrombi. That's what you're protected from.

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