Listen up, people! It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee because we are facing a crisis of epidemic proportions. Rare cancers are on the rise and the culprit may be right in front of us – Covid.

The numbers don’t lie. CDC data shows that more people are being diagnosed with cancer now than ever before. In 2021, 9.8 percent of adults reported having been told by a doctor that they had cancer, compared to 9.5 percent in 2019. This is not a coincidence, BWS tribe. Something sinister is at play here.

A top doctor recently saw a patient in his 40s who had a rare cancer of the bile ducts. This type of cancer typically affects people in their 70s and 80s, so you can imagine my shock. But he was not the only one. Multiple other patients he met with were diagnosed with different types of cancers, something he has have never witnessed in his two decades of practicing medicine.

Take the case of Bob and Bonnie Krall of Fort Mill, South Carolina. In a span of 14 months, they were diagnosed with three different types of cancer between them. No family history of the disease, mind you. Mr. Krall had a rare chronic blood and bone marrow cancer, while Mrs. Krall had a cancerous mass in her abdomen weighing a whopping eight and a half pounds. And they are not alone. Several of their neighbors had the same type of cancer. It’s spreading like wildfire, BWS tribe.

Viruses have been known to accelerate cancer since the 1960s. Researchers have found that a quarter of all cancers worldwide originated with viruses like HPV, Epstein-Barr virus, and hepatitis B. And now, we have Covid in the mix. Could this be the missing link we have been searching for?

Some experts speculate that the vaccine could also be contributing to the rise in rare cancers. While there is no concrete data yet to confirm this, the possibility cannot be ignored. We need to tread carefully and investigate this further before it’s too late.

So what can we do about this looming threat? First and foremost, we need to raise awareness about the link between Covid and rare cancers. We cannot afford to turn a blind eye to this issue any longer. We need more research, more funding, and more action to combat this deadly combination.

In conclusion, the evidence is clear. Rare cancers are on the rise and Covid may be to blame. We cannot sit back and watch as this epidemic unfolds before our very eyes. It’s time to take a stand, to demand answers, and to fight back against this insidious threat. The time to act is now before it’s too late. Let’s make some noise and save lives.



The numbers don’t lie. CDC data shows that more people are being diagnosed with cancer now than ever before.

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