Sunday, May 19, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce


Princess Catherine is One of Many More Young Adults With Cancer

Princess Catherine

It is called early onset cancer. And the Princess of Wales, diagnosed at 42, is part of an unfortunate new trend of more and younger cancer cases.

Yale, Harvard and the American Cancer Society each weighed in recently on this unthinkable twist in the toll of cancer. A record 2 million people in the United States will suffer malignancies this year, the society said, and a larger share of the 600,000 to die, they agreed, will be younger than before. This marked a sea change in the cancer message. In 2023, the Cancer Society’s previous annual report focused on 29 years of cancer progress tempered by racial disparities in survival.

But the 2024 report was different. Colorectal cancer moved as of 2021 to the leading cause (from fourth) of cancer death in men under 50, the report said, and second for women. Young adult oral and liver cancer deaths were increasing, along with deadly cervical tumors in women ages 30 through 44, reversing “decades of decline.”

We looked at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) cancer death records through 2023, two years beyond the Cancer Society report. The later data, which is provisional, shows a cancer pattern that appears to have gone from slow simmer to rapid boil in the heat of a pandemic. Across all ages, cancer deaths rose by two percent from pre-pandemic 2019 to 2023, we found. But in people 15 to 44 years old, mortality rose at double that, to four percent. Why is this happening now? Moreover, what will be done to address it?

Among the red flags: Deaths from colorectal cancer rose 17 percent among those 15 to 44 in that time, four times the population-wide increase. Uterine cancer deaths rose 37 percent among 25-to-44-year-olds from 2019 to 2023; they rose 15 percent overall.

We also saw much larger increases, from 2019 to 2022, in liver and pancreatic cancer mortality in young adults than in the overall population. There is fodder enough here to ask if these are aberrations or harbingers. Especially troubling is the presentation and rise of young colorectal cancer. Harvard medical professor Kimmie Ng said the “steepest rises” are “in the very youngest people, those in their 20s and 30s,” which another cancer expert called “alarming.”

“Colorectal cancers are also presenting with more aggressive disease and larger tumors at diagnosis,” said William Dahut, the American Cancer Society’s chief scientific officer, after the report’s release. “It’s more difficult to treat,” he told NBC News.

Sean Stone, a 31-year-old American actor and producer, was one of these cases. He died Mar. 7, just seven months after he was diagnosed with metastatic colon cancer. We can no longer dismiss such cases—and there are many—as isolated anecdotes.

In the CDC data, there is a category called “all other and unspecified malignant neoplasms,” meaning cancers that had spread to the point that their origin was not identified before death. Across all ages, they rose 11% from 2019 to 2023. Now consider that these deaths rose 18 percent among 35-to-44-year-olds and 16 percent among 5-to-14-year-olds in that period.

Slowly but surely, researchers are documenting this tragic development in adolescents and young adults. A new preprint study of U.S. data found cancer deaths among 15-to-44-year-olds “accelerated substantially” in 2021, with an excess of nearly six percent above expected. That figure rose to eight percent in 2022. A second study from the United Kingdom found “highly statistically significant” increases in cancer mortality in the same age group in 2021 and 2022.

Not coincidentally, in 2021, the U.S. Society of Actuaries reported unprecedented 76 percent and 101 percent increases in death claims among insured workers 25 to 34 and 35 to 44 years old, who are considered among the healthiest sectors of society. COVID-19 was ruled out as the cause.

These so-called excess deaths—298,000 in 2023—have been all but ignored in a milieu that lacks the political will to investigate pandemic policies and their aftermath. We need to explore the role of lockdowns, top-down treatment protocols, and—particularly to prime-of-life workers—vaccines that were often mandated as a condition of employment. There are hints in the medical literature of the potential ways that repeated vaccinations might undermine mechanisms of immunity and perhaps even facilitate cancer growth.

We are facing an emerging toll of illness and death in the young. We cannot shirk from asking what is causing it.

This article was originally published by The Washington Times. Pierre Kory, MD is president and chief medical officer of the FLCCC Alliance. Mary Beth Pfeiffer is an investigative reporter and author.

10 Responses

  1. Gee, can’t imagine why…Covid jab anyone.
    And since they didn’t get the complete results the first time, here we go with the bird flu and the “vaccine” that goes with it. All planned out.

    1. Indeed. I am so sick of seeing the Bird Flu nonsense almost every year for years on end, now. Total BS, to ruin people’s livelihood and drive up the price of chicken and eggs. We saw what Tyson did in Asian countries. Horrific!

  2. ” . . . . . part of an unfortunate new trend of more and younger cancer cases.”
    Right along with an increase of other cancers since the advent of the “Clot Shot.”

  3. ‘There are hints in medical literature of the potential ways that repeated vaccinations might undermine mechanisms of immunity or perhaps even facilitate cancer growth.”

    Who wrote this article; a primordial caveman living in the dark in the middle of nowhere and their only source of information is ‘medical literature’? Or perhaps a single celled amoeba with access to typewriter services? I’ve heard of being purposefully ignorant but come on. What you are reading is the soft disclosure to admit what they have long since known, and had a hand in promoting, is finally coming to fruition. And they are signaling this for their benefit, not yours. As if whatever they say has any gravity anyways, the open secret which half the world already knows about is finally out there through ‘official medical literature’, as if that somehow finally validates what we have already known and been clearly aware of all along. As if the tsunami of data proving these disastrous medical outcomes needed this particular ‘MD’ to finally be recognized as valid. The illusion of authority, the facade of credibility.

    Plans are moving along quite nicely. More customers are walking in that door, with much higher billable amounts related to their illness. The next generation is here, fully immersed in chemical laden foods, genetically modified substances, consuming a notably increased volume of synthetic additives and faux medicinal products, clueless about natural health such as the very nature of vitamins and minerals. They know nothing about the benefits of tobacco and alcohol, in turn consuming far far more dangerous substances instead.

    The money is rolling in the medical industrial complex doors and they have absolutely no plans to change anything. This output is exactly what they wanted and planned for all along. Articles like this signal to the investor class what’s next and only the propagandized peasants still take these kinds of publications at face value, as if anyone actually cares about your individual health profile. Healthy people are not customers in their industry. The investors demanded increased returns and guess what; They got them. These people are not experts. This is not science.

    1. Have you stopped to think that the person (MD) who wrote this knew he couldn’t write what is really going on and did this as a way to inform without getting censored? Try looking up Pierre Kory, MD. He’s been responsible for helping so many. Primordial caveman or amoeba he is not but one to be respected and thankful for

  4. Genetic Engineering clearly shows downstream cancer. Dr. Harvery Risch of Yale, is clear that all the exponential rise of cancers in the young, along with rare cancers no longer rare, and people in remission having their cancers come back and kill them within a week- is most likely clearly from the Frankenshots… they have never seen anything like this, and call it “Turbo Cancer.”

  5. Yes Colorado agree…and also no, nada, zero parsing out with data of these supposed cases into health behavior, lifestyle, diet, exposures to toxins, or those who received immediate chemo treatment after a “diagnosis”. See! You do have cancer and its worse and spreading….no no it’s not the chemo (big pharma) and radiation we treat with, no those are helping. Oh darn you died before they could do their magic! Like the ECMO and ventilator treatments for COVID… Iatrogenic, idiopathic western corporate medicine. $$$$$

  6. All one can surmize from this cohort data is that they were all eating the worst dirty food and drink, were drug addicts, were on pharma drugs daily and exposed continuously to toxic chemicals and did not exercise at all.

  7. All of the previous comments, plus all the garbage artificial crap the large manufacturers try to spin as ‘food’ that our kids start eating as infants. What ever happened to fresh potatoes, broccoli, cabbage, veggies, fruits and nuts that we older people grew up on. We did not have as many boxed, bagged artificial garbage foods as there are now.
    And don’t get me started on GMO’s and massive amounts of poisonous chemicals they dump, spray and work into the ground for actual food that is grown in the ground that we then eat.
    I don’t even trust ‘organic’ foods anymore because there are always less than honest people handling our food but I do feel our chances are better going the organic route.

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