ER Editor: So a week ago, the president of Madagascar, a place where artemisia is being produced against parasites and malaria, and used effectively against Covid, had an assassination attempt made on him and some of his colleagues. Now, just this week, an Italian lung specialist supposedly killed himself at home by hanging. He, too, had a role to play against Covid: he had pioneered a successful plasma therapy drawn from recovered Covid patients.
From a French source that we are not able to easily translate, we get this information:
Dr. Giuseppe de Donno (54), the head of pulmonology at Carlo Poma Hospital in Mantua, had become famous in Italy during the pandemic for developing a plasma therapy against Covid. He called his treatment a ‘magic weapon’ against the virus, which had apparently saved a lot of lives during the pandemic.
His alleged suicide has caused a shocked reaction among his colleagues and the political class.
His technique relied upon obtaining half a liter of blood from those already infected and preserving it in a blood bank. In the spring of 2020, it had become the only way to successfully treat covid.
In June of 2021, he had quit his hospital position to become a family doctor.
See also this Italian source.
We can instantly notice that his successful technique relied on ZERO Big Pharma products, only on the HUMAN IMMUNE SYSTEM.
The mystery of Giuseppe De Donno’s suicide: the Mantua public prosecutor’s office opens an enquiry
Magistrates want to get to the bottom of Giuseppe De Donno’s death. The former head of pneumology at Carlo Poma hospital and father of anti-Covid therapy with hyperimmune plasma took his own life, at least according to initial reconstructions, by hanging himself in his home in Eremo di Curtatone. The investigators, however, want to assess the possible responsibility of third parties and for this reason the Prosecutor’s Office of Mantua has opened an investigation: De Donno’s family members have already been heard and the doctor’s mobile phones and computer have been seized.
“I didn’t want to believe it. We lose a beautiful person, a great doctor, who fought like a lion during the Covid to save hundreds of lives, often against everything and everyone. Buon viaggio Giuseppe, you leave a big void,” Matteo Salvini had commented on De Donno, who had left the Lombardy hospital in early June to become a family doctor in Porto Montovano.
“We are deeply shocked and saddened by the tragic news of the death of Dr De Donno, a doctor at the forefront of the fight against Covid and promoter of hyperimmune plasma therapy. The leader of Fratelli d’Italia, Giorgia Meloni, expressed her condolences to his family, his loved ones and his colleagues. The controversy surrounding De Donno’s death has flared up on social networks, with numerous conspiracy theories emerging immediately after his death.
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