Cancer rates have risen since the introduction of COVID vaccines and are among the top three causes of premature death in younger adults – a trend that in turn is reducing life expectancy in the US.
In 2019, the average life expectancy for Americans of all races was almost 78.8 years.1 By the end of 2021, life expectancy had fallen to 76.42 years — a loss of nearly three years, which is a stunning drop. The leading causes of death in 2021 were heart disease, cancer and COVID-19, all three higher in 2021 than in 20203, and both heart disease and cancer are potential side effects of the COVID vaccinations.
On November 26, 2022, The Daily Skeptic published a letter4,5 to the editor of The BMJ, written by Dr. Angus Dalgleish, Professor of Oncology at St George’s University of London, who warned that COVID boosters could cause aggressive metastatic cancers:
“COVID no longer needs a vaccination program as the median age at death from COVID in the UK is 82 and for all other causes of death is 81 and falling,” writes Dalgleish.6 “The link to blood clots, myocarditis, heart attacks and strokes is now well accepted , as well as the connection with myelitis and neuropathy …
However, there is now another reason to stop all vaccination programs. As a practicing oncologist, I see people with stable disease make rapid progress after being forced to get a booster shot, usually so they can travel. Even within my own personal contacts I see B-cell based diseases after the booster shots.