Dr. José Luis Gettor on the 'DARPA hydrogel' in nasal swabs



Emergency physician, Dr. José Luis Gettor, warned the population about the damage caused by PCR test swabs.


Just as other researchers have pointed out that the swabs of this test contain graphene oxide —a nanomaterial that causes magnetism in the area and crosses the blood-encephalic barrier—, Dr. Gettor points out that they also contain ethylene oxide.


Ethylene oxide is toxic too and causes the burning felt by those who take this test.