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Professor Angus Dalgleish, mRNA Vaccines Must Be Banned Once and For All

" At the end of last year I reported that I was seeing melanoma patients who had been stable for years relapse after their first booster (their third injection). The number of my patients affected has been rising ever since.Other oncologists have contacted me from all over the world including from Australia and the U.S. After boostersThe consensus is that it is no longer confined to melanoma but that increased incidence of:After boostersLymphomas, a cancer of the lymphatic systemLeukaemias, a group of cancers that affect the bloodKidney cancersMy colorectal cancer colleagues report an epidemic of explosive cancers (those presenting with multiple metastatic spread in the liver and elsewhere). Those of us who knew from the beginning that the sequence of SARS-CoV-2 contained inserts which could not have possibly occurred naturally, and were similar to ones that had already been published from the Wuhan laboratoryThe ‘vaccine’ did not stay at the site of injection as promisedBatch-to-batch variabilityThese alarming concerns seem to have been brushed off by the regulators when they should have immediately begun investigating them in depth.Yellow Card and U.S. VAERS adverse event reports to be nothing to be worried about.DNA contaminationSo why are these cancers occurring?T cell suppression was my first likely explanation.However we must also now consider DNA plasmid and SV40 integration in promoting cancer development, Reports that mRNA spike protein binds p53 and other cancer suppressor genes. To advise booster vaccines, as is the current case, is no more and no less than medical incompetence.No ifs or buts any longer. All mRNA vaccines must be halted and banned now.EurostatCirculatory diseases, cancer: 54% of all EU deaths in 2021https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/....en/web/products-euro 2021 there were 5.3 million deaths in the EUCirculatory diseases, 1.71 million (32% of all deaths). Cancer, 1.14 million (22%). Respiratory diseases (0.32 million; 6%)Diseases of the digestive system (0.21 million; 4%)Eurostat, Excess deaths 2022https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/....web/products-eurosta + 12%May, +7%June, +7%July, + 16%Eurostat, 2023https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/....web/products-eurosta mortality continuedEurostat, Jan 2024, + 3.6%In January 2024, the highest excess mortality rates were in the Netherlands (15.3 %), Denmark (11.5 %) and Germany (9.9 %).In January 2024, excess mortality continued to vary across the EU. Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Lithuania, Croatia, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Poland, Latvia and Czechia recorded no excess deaths.

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Sharon Leonard
Sharon Leonard 22 days ago

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