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Cancer rates spike since the vaccine roll-out, but no one knows why...
Cancer Rates Increasing
With cancers on the rise all around the world, it's long been a point of contention around the possibility that the COVID vaccines were a driver of this increase.
The problem is, as the numbers keep rising, there's no accepted mechanism to prove that claim yet.
Meanwhile, the US Military has been seeing a 3x increase in cancers within their servicemen.
The below substack from Steve Kirsch covers the above (fuzzy) letter in detail.
But, while we wait and wait for a connection to be firmly linked, it's impossible to ignore the stories like what you'll hear in below from medical professionals who's cancer rates have sky rocketed since the roll-out.
Never In 25 Years…
In an interview by Doctors For COVID Ethics, Dr. Ute Kruger, a researcher and senior physician at Lunds University in Sweden detailed the horrors she’s been seeing in her own practice. A practice that’s spanned over 25 years!
The substack article below is worth the read:
As an example of the jaw dropping cases she’s been seeing at alarming rates in her own experience since the vaccine roll-out:
“It used to be unusual for Dr. Kruger to find a tumor 3 cm in size. In this new environment, she’s regularly seeing tumors of 4 cm, 8 cm, 10 cm, and the occasional 12 cm. In a shocking anecdote, 2 weeks ago she found a 16 cm tumor that took up an entire breast.”
A Possible Connection
Dr. Ryan Cole of Idaho, USA has a hypothesis as to how turbo cancer (or wildfire cancer as it’s also called) could be related to the vaccine’s effects on the host immune system:
He believes that the killer T-cells of a vaccinated system aren’t able to properly do their job. And part of their typical job is seeking out and destroying atypical cells throughout the body. This includes cancerous cells.
If the killer T-cells are asleep on the job, it could account for what people are seeing as patients post-vaccination are going from stage 1 to stage 4 cancers in periods as short as 2 to 4 weeks!
Pfizer Shots Reduce Cancer??
While digging around on this topic, I found what (to me) came across as almost a bad joke in a paper posted up to PubMed where the author claims the Pfizer COVID vaccine actually REDUCED the cancer in one patient!
The link to the paper is HERE.
Though, I found this little blurb at the bottom of the abstract to be a bit of a tell:
Conflict of interest statement
Competing interests: RF: reports personal fees from Regeneron-Sanofi, Ayala Pharmaceuticals, Prelude Pharmaceuticals, Bicara Therapeutics, Klus Pharma, Medscape, Carevive, Merck, and Guidepoint Global and institutional fees from AstraZeneca, Merck, Genentech, Pfizer, EMD-Serono, Ayala Pharmaceuticals, Prelude Pharmaceuticals, and Rakuten Medical not related to the topic of the submitted work.
That looks like a HELL of a lot of interested parties who’ve funded the people writing this paper… but don’t worry, they’re — “not related to the topic of the submitted work.”.
mRNA Can Be A Cancer Driver
Just to complete the topic, I’m going to bring up the ever-loathed study from Sloan Kettering in 2018:
Vax advocates are quick to point out that there are many kinds of mRNA in the body naturally. And that finding one that turns out to be a cancer driver doesn’t mean the COVID shot mRNA delivery system is too.
In fact, on this very article that’s dated from August of 2018, there’s a retroactive summery that got added to it since the vaccine roll-out comforting everyone of this point, so as to defuse any premature correlations you may want to make:
So, you know, trust the science. You’re probably just fine.
Don’t pay attention to the stats.
Don’t listen to the doctors.
Don’t make any connections to the cancers in your friend and family circles that just came out of nowhere and started at the end stages…
Nothing to see here, citizen.
Safe & Effective ™
~ Drew Weatherhead
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