Washington Times publishes Op-Ed on potential link between rising cancer rates and COVID vax
Dr. Pierre Kory states that “we are facing an emerging toll of illness and death in the young. We cannot shirk from asking what is causing it.” 

Mike Campbell

March 28, 2024

The Washington Times has published an Op-Ed exploring the possible causes of rising cancer rates among young people, including a potential link with mRNA vaccines.

Washington Times publishes Op-Ed on potential link between rising cancer rates and COVID vax

In it, Dr. Pierre Kory, president and chief medical officer of the FLCCC Alliance, and Mary Beth Pfeiffer, an investigative journalist, state that “we are facing an emerging toll of illness and death in the young. We cannot shirk from asking what is causing it.” 

The authors note that provisional data from the CDC shows that cancer deaths rose 4% among 15 – 44 year-olds, with deaths from colorectal cancer and uterine cancer having risen the most significantly.

The rising cancer deaths have contributed to excess deaths in the States, much like there exists one in other countries like Canada and Australia

Dr. Kory and Pfeiffer continue: “These so-called excess deaths — 298,000 in 2023 — have been all but ignored in a milieu that lacks the political will to investigate pandemic policies and their aftermath. We need to explore the role of lockdowns, top-down treatment protocols, and — particularly to prime-of-life workers — vaccines that were often mandated as a condition of employment.” 

The authors conclude by claiming that “There are hints in the medical literature of the potential ways that repeated vaccinations might undermine mechanisms of immunity and perhaps even facilitate cancer growth.”

Health Canada confident COVID vaccines remain safe

Despite rates of myocarditis skyrocketing for those who received the COVID vaccine, Health Canada maintains that COVID vaccines are safe and effective, and many politicians continue to peddle endless boosters.

In Alberta, one of the NDP leadership candidates, Gil McGowan, recently announced he got a COVID infection, just weeks after shaming Canadians for not keeping up with their seventh booster.

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