Czy wynalazca PCR ostrzegał, że test ten nie może dokładnie wykryć żadnej infekcji ani choroby?

In 1996, Dr. Gary Null interviewed the inventor of the PCR test, bichemist and Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Dr. Kary Banks Mullis, who died of “complications from pneumonia” at age 74, in August 2019, a few months before the onset of the Covid-19 health crisis.

In the interview, Dr. Mullis stated that no infection or disease can be accurately diagnosed with PCR testing. He also discussed Dr. Fauci and the medical and scientific establishment.

We share the full interview below.