In March, 2021, released new data from the world’s largest coronavirus vaccine testing site in Israel first revealed the Pfizer vaccine mortality rate is “hundreds of times greater in vaccinated young people.”
One of the many serious side effects of COVID-19 vaccinations has caused concerns among a growing number of people who are getting false positive cancer symptoms.
Over the summer and even more so now, doctors are seeing larger volumes of imaging exams — including chest CTs, PET scans and mammograms — that show swollen lymph nodes, according to the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
“We need to get the word out,” said Dr. Melissa Chen, a radiologist at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Chen recently had to reassure a frightened patient who sought cancer testing because of an enlarged lymph node.
🔹Evidence is showing that the mRNA vaccines could be reprogramming “vaccinated” people’s immune system in ways that are permissive for cancer growth.
🔹 More troubling, this model studies reveal that the spike protein has a high affinity for the anti-cancer proteins, p53 and BRCA 1/2.
🔹These data show that it is likely that the spike protein (produced by the vaccines) may be binding to and inactivating these tumor-suppressor genes in the body.
🔹p53 is likely the gene whose activity is the most important in the body for preventing cancer. Its role is to make sure that all damage to DNA has been properly repaired prior to cell division. If damage is too extensive to be repaired, it signals the cell to commit suicide.
🔹BRCA 1/2 play a similar role in breast tissue. Clearly, the inactivation of these genes will lead to cells with DNA mutations continuing to divide and prosper, one of the most important steps in the development of cancer. To the detriment of CDC, FDA, and other politically motivated organizations, research continues to determine if these interactions are actually taking place in the cells of people with Covid or who have been vaccinated.
An expert panel from three cancer centers — MD Anderson, New York’s Memorial Sloan Kettering and Boston’s Dana-Farber — published recommendations in the journal Radiology on how to handle scans complicated by the vaccine side effect.
Getting a cancer check (including a mammogram) after receiving COVID-19 vaccination could give a false alarm. These episodes have led more doctors to come across these concerns and experts in the know are advising patients to tell their physician about the shot to avoid the problem.
Sometimes lymph nodes, especially in the armpit, swell after the vaccinations. It’s a normal reaction by the immune system but one that might be mistaken for cancer if it shows up on a scan or mammogram
Knowing these are experimental vaccines and the mass vaccination programs are only a test, it’s likely the developers didn’t realize they would affect so many people so severely.
Lymph nodes are part of the immune system where infection-fighting white blood cells gather, spots usually too small to feel. But they can swell during illness and after other types of vaccines.
The nodes most commonly affected are in the armpit and near the collarbone, on the same side as the vaccination, Chen said.
The Food and Drug Administration lists the swelling along with other injection-related reactions commonly reported in studies of the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson “vaccines.”
The FDA first acknowledged in early 2021 that they discovered 16% of participants in a Moderna study reported some underarm swelling after their second dose.
Further studies across the globe indicate the problem is in the 16% to 24% range.
Patients and doctors should note that if the lymph nodes are only slightly enlarged, they may show up on a medical scan without people noticing any bumps.
The medical advice, just as with all these public experiments, continues to evolve. If you’ve recently been vaccinated, tell the radiologist before any scan.
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