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Live Blood Cell Analysis

This image shows free radical attack prior to drinking MRET Water. Notice the "spiky" blood cells that take up almost 90% of the specimen.
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Thirty minutes later after taking MRET Water, notice the blood specimen shows an almost non-free radical environment.
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This image shows an undesirable Rouleaux Formation before drinking MRET Water. The Rouleaux Formation is characterized by the blood cells stacking forming a worm like pattern.
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Thirty minutes after drinking MRET Water the worm like pattern has broken up forming individual patterns. Good blood cells should be individual, nicely rounded spheres.
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The following image is of the blood of a HIV positive patient prior to drinking MRET Water.
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Thirty minutes after drinking MRET Water the blood has shown a remarkable change.

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The following image is of the blood of a SARS infected patient prior to drinking MRET Water.
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Thirty minutes after drinking MRET Water the change in blood back to normal is evident.

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These test results were conducted using the following procedures:
1. Subjects verified not taking any MRET Water for at least 24 hours.
2. A drop of blood was taken to be viewed on a darkfield microscope.
3. A digital camera was attached to the microscope to take the pictures.
4. The subjects took a small glass of MRET water.
5. Thirty minutes after taking MRET Water a blood sample was taken from the same subject to be viewed under the same microscope.
6. Another image was taken with the same digital camera.
7. The comparitive results are shown above.

Note to Doctors. We know that these results defy logic but that is because you are used to chemical processes. We do not know why the changes are so rappid. We encourage the medical community to provide results of their findings and possible answers.

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