In this series of “Reports From the Front Lines,” Dr. Pierre Kory aims to provide a firsthand account of the accumulating evidence regarding the toxicity and potential lethality of mRNA vaccines. These narratives shed light on the experiences and observations of healthcare professionals who are informed and actively engaged in the current global health landscape.
The accounts shared here are drawn from a network of contacts, including “My Spy On The Inside” (MSOTI), a seasoned ER-ICU nurse with extensive connections in a major academic health center. MSOTI, who recognized early on the potential risks associated with the vaccines, has been meticulously documenting her observations.
The following excerpts, transcribed and lightly edited for clarity, offer a glimpse into conversations over the past 18 months.
A hematologist/oncologist lamented the surge in highly aggressive, widely metastatic cancers among young patients who had received COVID vaccines. These cancers exhibit unusual patterns of metastasis and show resistance to standard therapies, leading to heartbreaking outcomes.
Additionally, an uptick in simultaneous diagnoses of multiple types of cancers, once a rarity, has become a concerning trend.
Dr. William Makis’s Substack publication, “Covid Intel,” chronicles the stories of 54 pro-vaccine doctors who tragically developed aggressive cancers, underscoring the urgency of further investigation.
A nurse subscriber shared their disbelief at witnessing a significant rise in young individuals succumbing to cancer at an alarming rate.
The surge in glioblastomas, particularly among a younger demographic, raises questions about potential environmental factors, including exposure to both vaccines and electronic devices emitting radiation near the brain.
A breast cancer survivor, vaccinated within the healthcare system, experienced a devastating recurrence, highlighting the potential complexities of vaccine-related interactions with existing health conditions.
These accounts, while poignant, emphasize the pressing need for thorough examination and understanding of the vaccine’s potential implications on health.
The surge in cancer cases has overwhelmed healthcare systems, leading to the scheduling of chemotherapy infusions even on weekends.
The alarming rise in cancers, particularly glioblastomas, has prompted calls for a deeper exploration of repurposed and metabolic therapies, as highlighted in a scientific monograph by the FLCCC.
Despite mounting evidence of vaccine-related concerns, regulatory bodies like the CDC and (P)FDA continue to push for booster shots, even for variants on the brink of extinction.
The recent approval of a monovalent jab for an almost extinct variant, without comprehensive safety testing, raises critical questions about transparency and credibility.
Notably, Dr. Paul Offitt, a pro-vaccine advocate, expressed reservations about boosters for healthy young individuals, acknowledging the priority of preventing severe disease.
A revelation regarding a prominently cited study used by global health authorities casts doubt on the integrity of data used to support vaccination campaigns.
In conclusion, the increasing evidence of potential vaccine-related risks calls for a reevaluation of current strategies. As healthcare providers and informed citizens, we must advocate for a balanced, evidence-based approach to safeguarding public health.