The Potential Link Between Cancer Relapse and Vaccination Shots Is a Concern Among Doctors
There are concerns among oncology doctors that Covid-19 boosters may be causing metastasis. Patients who were previously stable and in remission are now experiencing sudden relapses, with new tumors appearing within days or weeks of receiving the booster.
According to recent data, there has been a rise in cancer rates following the rollout of Covid vaccines. Additionally, cancer remains one of the top three reasons for early death among younger adults, which is contributing to a decrease in overall life expectancy in the United States.
The life expectancy of Americans of all ethnicities in 2019 was close to 78.8 years. However, it has decreased significantly to 76.4 years at the end of 2021, resulting in a loss of almost three years. This decline is alarming. The primary causes of death in 2021 were heart disease, cancer, and Covid-19. All three reasons had higher rates in 2021 than in the prior year. Heart disease and cancer are potential adverse effects of Covid-19 vaccinations.
The boosters are causing the spread of metastatic cancer
On November 26, 2022, Dr. Angus Dalgleish, a professor of oncology at St. George’s University of London, wrote a letter to the editor of The BMJ that was published in The Daily Sceptic. In his letter, he cautioned that Covid boosters could be leading to the development of harmful, cancerous growths.
According to Dalgleish, since the average age of death from Covid in the U.K. is 82, which is similar to the average age of death from all other causes (81 and falling), there may not be a need for a vaccine program for Covid anymore. Additionally, the links between Covid and various health issues such as blood clots, heart attacks, strokes, myelitis, and neuropathy are now widely recognized.
Explosive Cancer Relapses – New Norm
Dalgleish’s article in Conservative Woman on December 19, 2022, addresses the topic of cancer spreading rapidly in patients who had been in remission for many years before receiving Covid booster shots. He mentions that several oncologists have reached out to him after his letter was published in The BMJ to report similar cases in their own practices.
In mid-2021, the Daily Mail published an article in which Dalgleish encouraged younger individuals to get the Covid shot. Dalgleish cited an overwhelming push by the government and medical community at that time, stating that it would be in everyone’s best interest.
He initially had concerns but ended up succumbing to the pressure to promote the vaccine. The environment has now changed and he believes the experimental shots are no longer necessary. His worries intensified when his son developed myocarditis after getting a shot for work and travel requirements. Additionally, a friend of his son suffered a stroke after receiving the vaccine and a close colleague’s relative died of a heart attack at 34 after getting vaccinated.
Dalgleish wrote that he became very concerned that the vaccines were causing these symptoms and that their previous publication about the serious implications of a genetically engineered virus for vaccine design was relevant.
The paper, which was initially held back and was not published for several months, suggested that the virus sequence had the characteristics of being genetically modified. The virus contained a furin cleavage site and six strategic places where certain inserts were located which made it highly contagious. Of significance for vaccine development is that 80% of these sequences had similarities to human epitopes.
“We had observed a similarity between platelet factor 4 and myelin, with the former being linked to VITT (low platelets and clotting problems) and the latter associated with neurological issues like transverse myelitis. These side effects of the vaccine have been acknowledged by the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).”
Warning signals have been ignored by the authorities – intentionally
According to Dalgleish, his team shared their findings with cabinet members and medical committees, but unfortunately, they were ignored. This put many people at risk of facing severe injury or even death unnecessarily.
According to Dalgleish, young individuals have an increased expression of the ACE receptor, which is the target that the virus was designed to bind with. This binding triggers an inflammatory response that can result in conditions such as myocarditis, pericarditis, stroke, and even death.
One possible reason why there has been a notable rise in fatalities of vaccinated young athletes is because they possess a higher number of ACE2 receptors that can attach to the spike proteins produced by the vaccine, according to Dalgleish.
Evidence of Cancer
In August 2022, The Exposé reported on scientific evidence indicating that the Covid vaccines may have an association with ovarian, pancreatic, and breast cancer. The article also suggested that there may be efforts to conceal the potential effects of the vaccines on women’s health.
According to research, the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 can destroy 90% of the DNA repair mechanism in lymphocytes. Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cells that assist the body in fighting infections and chronic diseases, such as cancer.
Jiang and Mei conducted a peer-reviewed research study that revealed how the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein affects the DNA repair mechanism in lymphocytes. Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cells that have a crucial role in fighting infections and chronic diseases like cancer. Professional data analyst Joel Smalley writes:
The pathway was severely impacted by the highly toxic viral spike protein, causing a 90% reduction in its function. If the entire spike protein were to enter the nucleus of the ovaries and persist for an extended period of time, it could lead to cancer. However, it is unlikely that this would happen during a natural infection.
The mRNA vaccine produces spike protein that matches the full-length of the viral spike protein, and it is produced for at least 60 days and possibly longer in and around the cell nucleus.