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“So many doctors” have approached renowned pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole reporting the same unprecedented findings that he’s seeing. That is, cancers taking off or coming back “like wildfire” or occurring in young cohorts at rates never seen before.
Here’s what those doctors (and others) are observing, per Dr. Ryan Cole:
- [“An] oncologist in England that I was talking to a couple of months ago — lymphomas, myelomas, leukemias at rates he’s never seen in his 40 years of practice.”
- “He [oncologist from Texas] has patients he’s had cancer free. Their markers are all down. They’ve been cancer free for 1, 2, 5,10, 17, 20 years in some of these patients. And after their shot — 2nd, 3rd, 4th — cancer is back like wildfire.”
- “He [radiologist] had two 31-year-old women that same day come into his office for scans, and they both had stage four breast cancer after their third shot.”
- Dr. Ute Krüger, MD, breast cancer specialist, noticed younger women developing more aggressive cancers.
During the International COVID Summit, Dr. Cole polled attendees by a raise of hand if they knew someone who was diagnosed with cancer after the COVID shots rolled out. More than half of the guests raised their hands.
The evidence for soaring cancer rates is not just anecdotal; it is also showing up in the data, attested Dr. Cole.
“The raw numbers are going up. The percentage numbers look scarier than the raw numbers, but the trend line is consistently going up,” explained Dr. Cole. “And it’s trackable now in the CDC data.”
In statistics, “sigma” refers to the standard deviation, which is a measure of the amount of variation or dispersion in a set of values. What The Ethical Skeptic has found are cancer rates that deviate several sigmas (standard deviations) above the mean — signaling a disturbing trend that is highly unlikely to happen organically.
Dr. Cole continued. “So you’re seeing the trend should be this (staying near the baseline with ups and down) historically, and what you’re watching is the trend doing this (gradually trending upwards). And so, if you read some of the breakdowns of his [The Ethical Skeptic’s] data sets in some of the solid tissue tumor cancers, ages 0 to 54. Now, what we’re seeing is a twelve-sigma increase. And so, these are massive amounts compared to statistical analysis year-over-year-over-year.”
What’s causing cancer rates to surge?
“The shots, both the pseudouridine, the spike it’s making, the patterns that [are] shifting, are causing those little Marines [of the immune system] and the dendritic cells and the macrophages to go back to the barracks, get drunk, and go to sleep. Now you don’t have a defense system [to fight off cancer].”
The growth patterns and behavior of cancers are also “completely out of character.”
This is a phenomenon that has been popularized by the term “turbo cancer.”
Cancer specialists usually know how cancer is going to behave over a set period of time, but these same specialists are now observing cancer acting in ways they’ve never seen before. “And so,” Dr. Cole explained, “this adjective that’s been tacked onto cancer is describing a phenomenon that’s unusual in the practice of medicine.”
“Again,” he continued, “observationally across countless professionals around the world, saying, wait a minute, I haven’t seen cancer behave this way before. What’s going on? So ‘turbo cancer’ is something that wasn’t there, and all of a sudden, it’s everywhere. So it goes from being in one spot to [being] everywhere all at once. And it happens in a manner that is timeline-accelerated.”
Dr. Cole clarifies that he’s not trying to fearmonger. He’s just trying to sound the alarm on an unsettling trend.
“Do I want to scare people thinking, oh, you got the shot — you’re going to get cancer? No. But it’s more significant statistically than it was before. And it was after the shots rolled out that this started happening for multiple immune reasons and other harm reasons.”