An Update on White Fiberous Clots, Post-COVID-19

When data analyst and former U.S. Air Force Major Tom Haviland last appeared on Stinchfield, he reported the results of a worldwide embalmer blood clot survey. Out of 269 embalmers who responded, 197 of them (or 73 percent) said they still saw white fibrous clots in about 20 percent of their corpses, on average. "Now we have proof from cath lab whistleblowers who say they have seen [them] in the living for the last three years as well," Haviland said.

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