How does the body get rid of graphene oxide?

November 19, 2021

In a new round of questions on La Quinta Columna, Dr. Sevillano was asked how the body eliminates graphene oxide naturally. 

On previous programs the doctor had already mentioned the pulmonary route, but there are also others mentioned in research papers.

Below, Orwell City brings Dr. Sevillano's answer.

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Ricardo Delgado: The next question: How is graphene eliminated from the body? Through the lung? 

Dr. Sevillano: That's what the articles tell us, that it has a preponderant pulmonary elimination. And not only through the lung. It is surely eliminated by other routes. The skin has been suggested to us. Remember that some people have expelled charcoal through the skin that comes out from the area where they put magnets, although it is not the point of inoculation. Perhaps, it is eliminated through the skin. There may also be other auxiliary routes: hepatic, biliary... It may be that some are eliminated through the kidney, but above all, through the lung. And we have not yet found the answer very well. Why is that? It could be because of the characteristics of the capillaries of the lung, which are particularly permeable, let's say so that there is an exchange of oxygen. And, probably, that's where it stays. It stays there for some reason. But mostly it is eliminated through the lung. Mostly through the lung.

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