that thing that we're not talking about seems to speed up cancer : link wrong antibody
Beloved University of Naples (Italy) Professor of Dermatology Gabriella Fabbrocini, 58, died this week, finally succumbing to a rapid pancreatic cancer that suddenly and unexpectedly developed last summer.
Gabriella was active in many charitable organizations and was well-known for helping poor migrants with free medical care. Gabriella’s time on Earth was tragically cut short, but the good news is that she had all her doses, so don’t worry.
Gabriella trusted the science
Here’s ANOTHER one. Popular St. Joseph’s (Canada) urologist and kidney cancer specialist Dr. Anil Kapoor died suddenly and unexpectedly on “February 28 after a short and courageous battle with an acute illness.”
That’s the new gag: “a short battle with an acute illness.” It usually means turbo-cancer, as it did here. I don’t need to remind you, do I, about Canada’s oppressive jab mandate for healthcare workers?
The hospital’s obituary statement for its deceased doc accidentally included a remarkably ironic bit:
“Dr. Kapoor was deeply committed to pursuing new knowledge, testing new medications and employing laparoscopic surgical techniques to help those living with cancers[.]”
“Testing new medications”! His obituary should’ve included a spoiler warning. That kind of gave the plot away, didn’t it?
not dead but ... could you imagine the law suit
Also on February 28th, the LA Times ran a story headlined, “Justin Bieber’s ‘Justice’ World Tour Canceled After Several Postponements.”
The article begins with this short, direct sentence: “Justin Bieber‘s ‘Justice’ world tour has come to an abrupt end.”
Yeah it did. Right along with Justin’s meteoric career. You know what a meteor is, right? A fiery rock that crashes into the Earth and explodes.
Justin Bieber, 29, trusted the science. Now, after several postponements, the singer and his team have seemingly called off the remaining shows of the tour’s European leg and more. Fans on Twitter shared screenshots from ticket sales platforms announcing that their upcoming events have been canceled as well.
That’s it, it’s a wrap.
You’ll probably recall that last summer, Bieber announced he’d developed a type of facial paralysis called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome — a known side effect from the covid vaccinations similar to Guillain-Barré syndrome — and that he was going to rest for a while, to get his health back.
It’s not back.
And it’s ironic his tour was called “Justice.” If Justin could sue the jab makers, his damages would be astronomical. I’m not kidding. I’d bet a jury might award Justin a billion dollars in lost career revenue. And he’d deserve every penny.
But justice is scarce for the vaccine injured at the moment.
Only at the moment.