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What is an Exosome and how does it relate to Covid19?

Updated: Nov 25, 2020

The theory of virology and contagion is in drastic need of a revamp. One of the most exciting new areas in biology is in the field of study of exosomes, one of the body's natural immune system helpers.

Is it possible that the qRT-PCR test currently being used to test for Covid19, is actually identifying an exosome and NOT some exotic noval contagious pathogenic coronavirus? James Hildreth at Johns Hopkins seems to suggest just that.

Could health officials around the world have been embarrassingly misled by a gross mistaken interpretation of the data in the early Wuhan cases and, because of their incorrect assessment (or perhaps a deliberate misassessment) of a contagion, this has led the health authorities the world over to issue a pandemic declaration which has spooked politicians into shutting down the world economy needlessly?

If so, then this is a gross mistake of monumental proportions that needs to be identified and corrected immediately!

Just by chance, CV19News came across a short series of videos totalling about 20 minutes on YouTube while looking for another similarly-named video. This mainstream scientific education piece was produced and uploaded by Thermo Fisher Scientific on October 15, 2013 and is also available on their website here.

Exosomes—The Next Small Thing: A Mini Documentary Series

We asked 10 prominent scientists to share their thoughts on science and, in particular, the field of exosomes research. The video-series tells the story and history of this exciting new area of research, and its impact on other research fields such as cancer and immunology. The video-series also discusses the potential future therapeutic and diagnostic applications that may come from exosome research.


  • Xandra Breakefield, Ph.D........... Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital

  • Jan Lötvall, MD., Ph.D .............. Professor, University of Gothenburg, President of ISEV

  • Suresh Mohla, Ph.D.................. Chief (TBMB) and Division Associate Director, NIH

  • Esther Nolte-'t Hoen, Ph.D......... Senior Scientist, Utrecht University

  • Michiel Pegtel, Ph.D................. Assistant Professor, VUmc, Amsterdam

  • Graça Raposo-Benedetti, Ph.D.. Director of Research, CNRS, Institut Curie

  • Phillip A. Sharp, Ph.D............... Nobel Laureate, Professor, MIT

  • Johan Skog, Ph.D.................... CSO, Exosomes Diagnostics

  • Dima Ter-Ovanesyan.................Ph.D Student, Harvard University

  • Clotilde Thery, Ph.D................. Director of Research, INSERM, Institut Curie, Secretary General of ISEV


Members of the research groups of Michiel Pegtel (Cancer Center Amsterdam, VUmc), Graça Raposo-Benedetti (Structure and Membrane Compartments, CNRS, Institut Curie) and Clotilde Théry (Immunity and Cancer, INSERM, Institut Curie)

Special thanks to the ISEV society for their strong contribution in leading the field of exosome research forward, and to the participants at the ISEV RNA Workshop in New York City October 1st-2nd 2012

Kudos to all scientists that have the courage to follow their curiosity! If you want to learn about the exosomes-specific products available from Life Technologies:


What are exosomes?

Exosomes are small (30–150 nm) vesicles containing sophisticated RNA and protein cargo, that are constantly secreted by all cells in vitro and in vivo. Exosomes have many intriguing functions within human body, including intercellular communication and signaling. These extracellular vesicles have become the focus of exponentially growing interest, both aimed at understanding their biological functions, and using them towards practical applications such as development of non-invasive diagnostics and advanced therapeutics.


Exosome Products for Testing and Research

Out of interest, here is the same embedded video of the highly detailed slide show revealing some early study on exosomes and testing equipment. You can skip this if you are new to this topic. The most telling part of the video is at the 17:53 mark when the speaker was asked a question about RNA in relation to viruses.


Episodes 1, 2, and 6 are most relevant for our discussion in relation to Covid19. Episode 6 may be relevant in so far as positively tested coronavirus patients with pre-existing comorbidities such as cancer seem to be testing positive with a relatively high frequency compared to the healthier population. Perhaps this evidence from 15 years ago is revealing of an error in diagnosis (either accidental or deliberate) and the apparent misidentification of Covid19 right from the get go at the ground zero wet market in Wuhan, China.

What is an Exosome? (Episode 1)

The History and Promise of Exosomes (Episode 2)

Exosomes - The Next Small Thing (Episode 6)

Exosomes in Cancer Research (Episode 3)

Watch episodes 4 and 5 out of interest.

Curiosity and a Passion for Science (Episode 4)

Collaboration - the Key to Scientific Success (Episode 5)



In science, diagnosis of a disease must follow proper procedures based on Koch's Postulates. This rigorous scientific methodology essentially says that you must be able to take fluid or tissue samples infected with a suspected pathogen or microorganism from sick subjects, all experiencing similar symptoms, and be able to isolate, purify, and identify a unique suspect microorganism.

You must then be able to use that isolated microorganism from the sick subjects to cause healthy subjects (who don’t have any similar symptoms or evidence of the same microorganism in their bodies) to become sick with the same symptoms when exposed to the isolated pathogen.

Then, you must be able to isolate, purify, and identify the same microorganism in the newly sickened subjects 100% of the time before you can confidently say that the unknown pathogen is the root cause of the illness.

In Wuhan China, this scientific method was NOT followed but instead, the RT-PCR test was used on unpurified, un-isolated, lung fluid samples taken from sick subjects from the wet market, cultured in a petri dish of monkey viro* cells and antibiotics (which stimulates the release of exosomes). We suspect that test has incorrectly identified merely protein fragments of exosomes and NOT some new pathogen or novel coronavirus!.

To date, NO ONE has isolated, purified, and identified a novel coronavirus from ANY supposed victim of Covid19. We have all simply taken China's and the CDC's word for it. Yet, there is not one peer-reviewed scientific paper published in any medical journal that proves such a claim. Shocking, but true!

*Vero cells are used for many purposes, including: ... as host cells for growing viruses; for example, to measure replication in the presence or absence of a research pharmaceutical, the testing for the presence of rabies virus, or the growth of viral stocks for research purposes.

It is our firm belief that scientists have wrongly used the RT-PCR test to diagnose an "assumed virus" called Covid19. The inventor of the test, Kary Mullis, has specifically said that the RT-PCR test should NOT be used to diagnose disease.

In the footer of the Thermo Fisher Scientific website, it's most telling to note that they too confirm that the test and exosomes are NOT to be used for diagnostic procedures.

A Breakdown on Current Testing Procedures by Dr. Andrew Kaufman

Articles to read next.

For an interview with Kary Mullis, see this article, The Corona Simulation Machine: Why the Inventor of The “Corona Test” Would Have Warned Us Not To Use RT-PCR

Dr. Andrew Kaufman, an amazing emerging hero in the Covid19 vs. Exosome discussion, has some tremendous insights into this topic and was the expert who first brought this issue to light in March 2020 on YouTube, which inspired us to start this entire news channel. Be sure to review these three articles on our site next.

Dr. Andrew Kaufman: Everything You Need to Know about the Covid19 Pandemic

US Doctor- How Can You Make A Vaccine For Something Never Proven To Exist

Dr Andrew Kaufman - Unmasking the Lies Around Covid-19: Facts vs Fiction of The Coronavirus Pandemic

In Summary

We believe that, based on this inappropriate RT-PCR test being used, the entire world medical community has been fooled into a faulty diagnosis of a novel coronavirus disease that doesn't even exist. Based on this test, millions of people around the world who have a variety of underlying diseases such as the flu, pneumonia, cancer, heart disease, CPD, ARDS, and numerous other illnesses including self-induced sickness caused by stress (all of which lead the body to produce large doses of exosomes during normal immune system response) have been wrongly assessed as Covid19 positive.

The economic collapse caused by the quarantine lockdowns is unprecedented and uncalled for, and needs to be corrected immediately!

Please take some time to research more articles on our site to gain a better understanding as to how and why this has occurred, and more frighteningly, what could happen if we don't collectively reverse course now.


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