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Coronavirus Fear, Germ Theory, Exosomes, and Resiliency – Thomas Cowdan, MD, and Sayer Ji

Tonight, I had the great pleasure of interviewing my colleague Thomas Cowan, MD, who is the author of a number of books that speak to topics close to my heart. In fact, his new book Cancer and the New Biology of Water, overlaps in many ways with my own upcoming book REGENERATE: Unlocking Your Body’s Radical Resilience through the New Biology. Tonight, we discussed meta-level perspectives on the Coronavirus pandemic, looking at different ways to understand the nature of so-called ‘germs,’ introducing a concept of viral infection that runs counter to conventional medical views. This discussion has significant implications when it comes to understanding the geopolitical context and motivations behind global quarantines going into effect.

Sayer Ji and Thomas Cowan, MD, discuss the present Coronavirus scare and ways to navigate this intense time to support your radical resiliency. Learn more from Sayer at: and Learn more: Does the 2019 Coronavirus Exist? Cited studies: Conserved and host-specific features of influenza virion architecture Profound Implications of the Virome for Human Health and Autoimmunity

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