Dr Harvey Risch: Cancers Appearing in Ways Never Before Seen After COVID Vaccinations (2023)

There is evidence that cancers are occurring in excess after people receive COVID-19 vaccinations, according to Dr. Harvey Risch. 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 patients must now wait months, not weeks, to get an appointment at an oncology clinic in New York. There is difficulty in observing whether a vaccine can cause cancer, because cancer usually takes time to develop, Dr. Risch said. It can take anywhere from two years to 30 years, depending on the different types of cancer, from leukemia to colon cancer. “What clinicians have been seeing,” said Dr. Risch, “is very strange things: For example, 25-year-olds with colon cancer, who don't have family histories of t

COVID and Kids: Prevention and Treatment Protocol in Children and Adolescents (2023)

Most children with COVID-19 handle the virus well and recover fully. Despite a lot of fear-mongering, COVID is not a deadly disease for most children. In fact, data show that the death rate is extremely low in patients under 17 years old. This guide aims to help you understand the real risks and know how to respond. The best thing you can do is focus on making sure your child is healthy overall and that their immune system is strong and robust. Recommended Therapies Dosage varies based on size and age of child; see I-CARE For Kids protocol for full details (February 2023 version): Here's the summary (details and dosing below): Vitamin D : Adequate Vitamin D levels help our bodies fight inflammation and boosts immunity. Vitamin C : An excellent antiviral that protects against a wide variety of viruses including COVID-19. Vitamin A : Found in red, yellow, and orange vegetables and a main component in cod liver oil. Zinc : Strengthens innate and adaptive immunity and inhibits the viru

Government Gave Millions to American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists to Promote COVID-19 Vaccines to Pregnant Women

The premier professional membership organization for obstetricians and gynecologists accepted $11.8 million from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to promote COVID-19 vaccines to pregnant women, despite the exclusion of pregnant women from clinical trials and   regulatory data   showing the vaccine had   not been tested   for safety during pregnancy. To learn more about COVID-19 funding received by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) during the pandemic and what prompted the organization’s guidance on COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant women, Maggie Thorp, JD, told The Epoch Times she made a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in 2022 to HHS. The request sought to obtain documents involving the three grants HHS/CDC made to ACOG during the pandemic, one of which was for $11.8 million, listed on a publicly accessible  open data source  for federal spending. Documents obtained  by Ms. Thorp show that ACOG, on Feb. 1, 2021, was awarded the first


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