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Blood washing or apheresis is an unproven, and typically unregulated treatment being offered to some patients with Long COVID.[1]

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Procedures such as apheresis, or 'blood washing', and anti-clotting therapy are being offered in Europe

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  1. Gregory, Andrew (July 12, 2022). "Thousands seeking unproven long Covid blood treatments abroad". The Guardian. Retrieved July 24, 2022.