Part 4: The Strange Case of A Skin Mystery and Neodymium Magnet

“There doesn't seem to be any immune cells (white blood cells) present anywhere. ... Pathology on a fibrotic capsule this old is extremely rare. I have nothing to compare your sample with.”

- University lab report after Haematoxylin and
Eosin tissue stains, November 2014

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Reposted May 17, 2022 - December 23, 2014  Albuquerque, New Mexico - Continuing with what was learned after use of Haematoxylin and Eosin to stain tissue sections of the object removed from Natalie's upper right arm. Photomicrographs and graphics are provided by university laboratory. Images on videotape by Sid Goldberg, Toronto TV director and investigator.


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