Yep, *high* amounts of protease will digest the bodies of pathogens.
An interesting effect is the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement effect. It is electron hungry, and the pathogens' molecules are bound together by a ring of electrons that circle around the perimeter. Miracle-Mineral-Supplement will draw off 1-5 electrons from the pathogen which causes its body to fly apart.
The same principle works for heavy metals or anything acidic. They all are willing and ready to give up electrons, and Miracle-Mineral-Supplement is electron hungry.
MMS is really just using its two oxygen molecules to do this work. It's effective in that capacity. My question is about the composition of the squalene oil. If it's acidic or ready to give up electrons, MMS could literally disable it and turn it into harmless components.
The question is whether squalene will be ready to give up electrons. Since it's injected past the first line of the immune system we know it's going to be tagged as an invader. We don't want to kill all the squalene oil in the body ( I would assume, not knowing too much about its role in the body.) So this is another fly in the ointment.
Lots of flies.
Avoid it at all costs. It literally could kill people or cause them to become disabled like Gulf War Vets.