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PCR testing – how many cycles are used in Australia?

We know that anything over 25 cycles is a pile of crap. It doesn’t have any diagnostic validity whatsoever (even assuming that PCR test are not measuring something other than SARS-Cov2).

So how many cycles in Australia? This question has come up quite a bit.

Page 4 of this government document states that “Each amplification reaction is known as a cycle, and usually 35-45 cycles are undertaken.”

Doherty Institute recommends 38 or more.

Sanjeev Sabhlok

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One thought on “PCR testing – how many cycles are used in Australia?
  1. WAYNE KENDALL

    Australia and New Zealand are using the same PCR-CT as most other countries. Why are their respective confirmed cases per 100000 so low in comparison to the other countries?

     

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