Vaccines do not contain nanoids and their nanotechnology does not cause “micro dysfunctions” in the organism

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You have sent us a series of links in which a person who self-identifies as David Topí, who says to be a “multifaceted writer”, affirms that “vaccines contain nanoids”, which he defines as “very tiny, microscopic particles” that are mixed with an “isotropic saline solution”, so that the “«normal» components of the vaccine can be imbibed in a syringe and injected into the body”. This is MISLEADING. Vaccines contain compounds made of salt that help dissolve the active ingredient facilitating its preparation, storage or administration, but they are not nanoids, a concept that does not exist in medical textbooks. In any case, they are called excipients.

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