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My nephew has low platelets. I want to treat him via remote mode my only concern is that he has a twin brother. They are identical and share the same DNA so I am wondering can I treat one brother without it having an adverse affect on the other brother?

After reading about possible causes for low platelets the following link suggests that an autoimmune disorder is a likely cause in children. I recommend having a bioresonance scan done and ask for a copy of the scan results on the spleen, kidney, blood cells, etc. Both parents should have a bioresonance scan done as well if the scan results for the child show the likely cause to be various bacterial and or viral infections affecting the immune system. So you may find that the whole family need Spooky treatments as well.

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