Dr. Risch explains how the COVID vaccines are causing aggressive, abnormal cancers even in the young generation

Dr. Risch is professor emeritus of epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine. His research has focused extensively on the causes of cancer as well as prevention and early diagnosis.

In an interview for EpochTV’s “American Thought Leaders,” Dr. Risch said that clinicians have been seeing very strange things like “For example, 25-year-olds with colon cancer, who don’t have family histories of the disease – that’s basically impossible along the known paradigm for how colon cancer works – and other long-latency cancers that they’re seeing in very young people.” He added that this is not how cancer normally develops. He said:

“There has to be some initiating stimulus to why this happens.”

Dr. Risch said that observing whether a vaccine can cause cancer is difficult because cancer usually takes from two years to thirty years to develop, depending on the type.

“Dr. Risch said that in his opinion, cancer is something a healthy human body can fight and disable, as the non-normal cancerous cells are gobbled up when detected in a body with a functional immune system. If the immune system is compromised, however, it cannot cope with the task of neutralizing cancerous cells, and cancerous cells are left to multiply and grow, leading to symptoms of cancer.”

He said: “That’s the mechanism I think is most likely here. We know that the COVID vaccines have done various degrees of damage to the immune system in a fraction of people who have taken them.”

That damage could translate to getting COVID more often, getting other infectious diseases, or getting cancer.

Dr. Risch also used breast cancer as an example. He said that in this case, remanifestation following surgical removal typically happens two decades later. Vaccinated women, however, are now observed to reappear with breast cancer in significantly less time.

Dr. Risch said that “Those are the initial signals that we’ve been seeing, and because these cancers have been occurring to people who were too young to get them, basically, compared to the normal way it works, they’ve been designated as turbo cancers” and added “Some of these cancers are so aggressive that between the time that they’re first seen and when they come back for treatment after a few weeks, they’ve grown dramatically compared to what oncologists would have expected for the way cancer normally progresses.”

Dr Risch recommended to people to “Be attuned to your body,” so that they can notice anything that their body signals.


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