New study says 'exosomes' can't be distinguished from viruses 

zaidpub (old blog)
zaidpub (old blog)

Exosomes communicate from one part of the body to another, or from one organism to its community of friends, that a poison has been encountered, so prepare to make a defensive response. The conclusion, then, is that these internally generated exosomes (EVs) are the agent of adaption for living beings. They are not pathogens. Unfortunately, the medical/scientific community has mistaken these detoxification-communication messengers for pathogenic viruses.
New study says ‘exosomes’ can’t be distinguished from viruses — Science & Technology — Sott.net