Blood changes with chronic illness and a theory about total and partial wound units

By Dr Erik O. H. Enby, MD, Göteborg 1997.


Dr. Erik Enby has in the blood from chronically ill individuals observed large amounts of unknown particles. The particles seem to be able to invade the red blood cells and then these generally show a strong tendency to get stuck to each other. The particles are also involved in the construction of special structures that are often visible in the blood and might cause somatic destruction on various levels.

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