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Cancer cases are increasing due to COVID vaccines, but Big Government and Big Pharma want you to look the other way
By Zoey Sky // Apr 23, 2024

Microbiologist Dr. Kevin McKernan has discovered high levels of double-stranded DNA plasmids floating around the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna.

This DNA contamination in mRNA vaccines is a significant problem because the replicable DNA plasmids can invade human cells and bacteria in the gut, which can lead to the replication of antibiotic-resistant genes, sepsis, cancer and other health issues.

Besides the DNA contamination, McKernan also discovered the presence of Simian virus (SV40) promoters in Pfizer's mRNA vaccine. The SV40 found in the vaccine is just a viral piece – not the whole virus. However, it still presents a risk of driving cancer.

SV40 was initially found in rhesus monkey kidney cells used to produce both inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) and oral polio vaccine (OPV.) When it was discovered to be an animal carcinogen, a law was passed in 1961 to prohibit its presence in vaccines.

Experts at the World Council for Health (WCH) also confirmed that DNA contamination in mRNA vaccines is a global risk. They said the presence of replicable DNA plasmids in both the monovalent and bivalent vaccines is unacceptable, and called for an immediate halt to the COVID-19 vaccine program. (Related: One dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine contains over 200 billion DNA fragments that can incorporate into human DNA, causing cancer.)

Even the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the World Health Organization's cancer agency, has predicted that new cancer cases globally will reach 35 million in 2050, 77 percent higher than the figure in 2022. But the agency failed to mention the COVID-19 vaccines as one of the factors in the predicted rise.

Authorities trying to deceive the public again

Now, the powers that be are scrambling to deceive the public once again.

A study recently emerged claiming that the increase in cancer cases among adults aged 55 and younger may be linked to accelerated aging. A research team from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (WUSM) presented their findings in April at the American Association for Cancer Research’s annual meeting. The full study findings are slated to be published later in 2024.

Ruiyi Tian, one of the authors of the WUSM study, and her colleagues concluded that an increase in biological age indicating accelerated aging could be related to the development of early-onset cancers seen in adults younger than 55.

Tian explained that based on accumulating evidence, the younger generations may be aging faster than anticipated because of factors like earlier exposure to "various risk factors and environmental insults." She added that "the impact of accelerated aging on early-onset cancer development remains unclear."

In the study, the scientists reviewed the data of 148,724 people kept in the U.K. Biobank database, which collects detailed genetic and lifestyle information on participants to help inform research on diseases.

Yin Cao, a Washington University translational cancer epidemiologist, said the research team believes that common pathways, such as chronic inflammation and cellular senescence, "may link accelerated aging to the development of early-onset cancers."

Cao added that among all early-onset cancers, gastrointestinal system, lung and uterine cancers were most strongly associated with accelerated aging.

James Kirkland, a Noaber Foundation professor of aging research at the Mayo Clinic, said those in the aging field have long been aware "that accelerated aging processes [are] predisposed to cancer."

Health issues like diabetes, obesity, pre-eclampsia and undergoing cancer treatments have been linked to younger populations developing an accelerated state of aging that leads to an accumulation of senescent cells that no longer divide but do not die. These cells secrete molecules that cause inflammation and increase with age.

According to Kirkland, who is pushing the narrative that accelerated aging is causing cancer among middle-aged adults, there is also ongoing research at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). He also mentioned regulated clinical trials that are funded by various branches of the government or reputable organizations like the Alzheimer’s Foundation or Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation.

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