Vaccination campaigns and neoplasm signals (C00-D48) in population-level data for ages 12-17 and 75+
Seeing 14,010 (less than 1% of 1,637,277) VAERS reports with terms like this after clearing sentences containing 'history': cancer, neoplasm, tumor, malignant, metastasize, stage 1, oncologist, chemotherapy, carcinoma, melanoma
len(df_cleaned.loc[ df_cleaned.symptoms.str.contains(r'(?:cancer|neoplasm|tumor|malignant|metast|stage \d|\boncol|chemoth|carcinom|melanom) ] )
(The new symptoms column is SYMPTOM_TEXT with symptoms file entries appended and all lowercase for search)
Those are here: https://univaers.com/download/special/2023_10-27_cancer.xlsx
This article is about turning off the body's normal alarm system to allow the foreign matter into cells and consequences of doing so. ukcolumn.org/article/stabilising-the-code The scientists were recently honoured for this achievement.
Great work, Fabian. I have been catching up on your previous posts as well. I can provide you a study I have done which outlines a molecular mechanism that can and will cause increased cancers, but it is not exclusive to the vaccines. It is SARS-CoV-2 related as well. Let's email.
Hypothesis: "In both the youngest and highest age tier these negative trends were broken when COVID shots started to be administered to the respective age group. The signal in adults 75 or older precedes the signal in children 12 or older by around 5 months. This is suggestive of the vaccines being responsible for the rise in cancer deaths."
Possible alternative hypothesis: "Given the meltdown in screening and early interventions during the harsh lockdowns, it was the lack of early access to healthcare, screening and (etc etc) that caused the reversal of recent gains in cancer survival. The elderly died earlier, because their immune system was more fragile anyway",
As they say in college: "Discuss these alternative explanations, in less than 300 words".. !
Good work Fabian. I believe it would make sense to run separate regressions for each of the four regions, as we have seen a geographical Simpson's paradox with all-cause mortality. Mathew Crawford noticed this some time ago, and is talking about it again recently: https://roundingtheearth.substack.com/p/mistakes-were-not-made-by-the-society It looks like at least a couple of the slopes will be positive.
Also wanted to cross-link to the series last year by The Ethical Skeptic, who also looks at malignant neoplasms: