More On Cancer And Vaccines

Swiss Policy Research is a good site. I link to this particular article of theirs often because it has photos and videos of the advers events / negative side-effects: https://swprs.org/covid-vaccine-adverse-events/

As for cancer, there are a number of things that can activate cancer cells (which apparently we all have, dormant in us). It’s not suprising that the jab might have a causal relation to this disease, though I imagine it would be hard to prove definitively.

The MSM is still denying that the jab causes ADE, despite studies that indicate it does. We will know if there is a causal correlation with cancer if the billion or so recipients of the jab suffer a higher than normal incidence of it, in future.

We still don’t now the long-term effects of the jab, which to my mind is argument enough to not take it — though it’s a personal medical choice — one the state should not be forcing on us, in violation of conscience and medical freedom and privacy.

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Covid Vaccines and Cancer

Causality? Post-vaccination metastatic breast cancer in a 31-year-old US nurse (Source)

Published: September 25, 2021 (upd.)
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A brief update on covid vaccine adverse events.

Please note: No medical advice; patients are asked to consult a doctor.

Can covid vaccines cause cancer? In some cases, the answer appears to be yes. To be sure, there is no evidence that covid vaccines themselves are carcinogenic (i.e. cancer-causing). However, it has been shown that inup to 50% of vaccinees, covid vaccines can induce a temporary immune suppression or immune dysregulation (lymphocytopenia) that may lastabout a weekor possibly longer.

In addition, covid mRNA vaccines have been shownto “reprogram”(i.e. influence) adaptive and innate immune responses and, in particular, to downregulate the so-called TLR4 pathway, which is known to playan important role

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