Coming to a jab near you soon: mRNA for cancer… and more!
More great info from Whitney Webb – well, okay not great for us, but informative nonetheless.
… This new agency, set to be called ARPA-H or HARPA, would be housed within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and would raise the NIH budget to over $51 billion. Unlike other agencies at NIH, ARPA-H would differ in that the projects it funds would not be peer reviewed prior to approval; instead hand-picked program managers would make all funding decisions. Funding would also take the form of milestone-driven payments instead of the more traditional multiyear grants.
ARPA-H will likely heavily fund and promote mRNA vaccines as one of the “breakthroughs” that will cure cancer. Some of the mRNA vaccine manufacturers that have produced some of the most widely used COVID-19 vaccines, such as the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, stated just last month that “cancer is the next problem to tackle with mRNA tech” post-COVID. BioNTech has been developing mRNA gene therapies for cancer for years and is collaborating with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to create mRNA-based treatments for tuberculosis and HIV.
Other “innovative” technologies that will be a focus of this agency are less well known to the public and arguably more concerning. …
Bold my emphasis
And so it goes…
Mrna,treatments ,have been curing cancer for close to a decade.An expasion 0f this is now in the works.
Its just not the treatment the “run of the mill” folks get.
Knowing my body, I will likely mount an allergic response to the mRNA lipid nanopartical. I figure I have a limited number of mRNA vaccines in my future so I want to save them if I get cancer.
If its a vaccine I think you have to take it before you get cancer in order to prevent it. That leads to a tough decision….do you take a gene modifying drug in order to prevent a disease that you dont have….and how much do you trust the science and people behind it?
Im sure there will never be [ in our lifetimes ] a vaccine against all cancer. Its probably a very specific vaccine against a very specific type of cancer. Id have to calculate my odds of ever getting that particular cancer against my natural distrust of the vaccine.
This is terrible
Jordan said her mom was hesitant to go to the ER but she dropped her off at Grey Nuns Hospital and was prepared to wait hours for her in the parking lot.
“My mom came out 10 minutes later maybe and she said the nurse told her they can’t help her, that she has to go home,” Jordan said. “The nurse told my mom to take a Tylenol.
“She did tell me she told them she got the vaccine a week ago and has been having these symptoms. I don’t know why they didn’t admit her. They were busy that night… It’s kind of scary and alarming.”
Is there going to be another big pharma battle against IVM on the cancer front too? After a mention from a member on this site about how to possibly financially benefit from IVM’s SC2 breakthrough discovery, I started following Mountain Valley MD (MVMDF) out of Canada and they have just entered pre-clinical trials on their product Ivectosol for cancer treatment.
I read this last night – scary stuff! Whitney Webb is one of my favorite independent journalists right now.
Along with the conflicts of interest, funding the NIH with tax payer money to the tune of 51 billion (am I reading that right?) in order to fund corporations to do research who go on to make money from the research?
They are funding research rather than conducting research on their own?
This is the ultimate PPP, public private partnership scheme. Socialize the costs, while privatizing the profits.
Government has to get back to regulating corporations, not getting in bed with them.