Fact-checked by: Maldita.es

2020/06/23 | Spain

FALSE: A video in which the man introduces and dubs another video from an interview with Stefano Montanari in the Byoblu video blog. Montanari calls himself a “nanopathologist” and claims that masks cause us to inhale the carbon dioxide that we expelled by breathing. This supposedly produces hypercapnia (excess carbon dioxide).

Explanation: Wearing a mask does not cause hypoxia or hypercapnia in healthy people, so it is not the origin of diseases such as cancer.

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This false claim originated from: Youtube

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