The theory, which has gained incredible popularity among anti-vaxxers, that after an injection, keys and coins begin to magnetize to patients, was refuted in an Ohio legislative session.
The nurse had the honor to defend the theory of the appearance of the so-called magnetic crystals after vaccination. She consistently applied the key to her chest and neck, but nevertheless this small metal trickster fall all the time. The theory was first voiced by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny.
Then the nurse decided to take a pin, which has less weight and put it on the neck, from where the pin...