A study published today in The Lancet purports to show that 16.1% of cancer cases that occurred worldwide are caused by common infectious diseases. The authors of “Global burden of cancers attributable to infections in 2008: a review and synthetic analysis” found associations between some cancers and some infectious agents. They were looking for these particular infection-cancer correlations based on reports of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which has long been classifying infectious agents as carcinogens, in spite of no cause and effect being found.
A primary example of the IARC’s lackadaisical attitude towards assigning cancer-inducing qualities in an infectious agent is several human papilloma viruses (HPVs), including types 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, and 66. (Gardasil covers only types 16 and 18, plus two others that are associated with genital warts.) The simple fact is that there has never been a cause and effect connection shown between cervical cancer and HPV, so calling Gardasil an anti-cancer vaccine is facile, at best.
Nonetheless, the study started with the claims of the IARC as fact, and went from there. Their calculations found that a low of 3.3% of cancers associated with infections in Australia to a high of 32.7% in sub-Saharan Africa.
In reality, what the authors found was that the poorer people are, the more likely that they’ll suffer from certain cancers and infections. Thus, they’ve documented that poverty is the primary cause of diseases of all types, whether infectious or not. But that’s not what they wanted to prove, so they ignored the obvious. More infectious disease in a population coincides with more cancer in that population. That does not demonstrate any cause and effect connection between infections and cancer, merely a correlation.
No attempt is made to explain why most women in the US are infected with one or two of the human papilloma viruses (types 16 and 18), yet most never suffer from cervical cancer. The answer, though, is obvious. In spite of the massive amount of chronic disease that’s coming into play, most people in the industrialized world have access to adequate nutrition, water, and sanitation. Most in the poorest areas of the world don’t.
Poverty is the issue. But curing that doesn’t stuff the pockets of Big Pharma. Therefore, they make specious cause and effect claims that cancer is caused by infectious agents. That way, more drugs and vaccines can be sold.
The people of Australia suffer from less infection-related cancer because their adequate nutrition, water, and sanitation provide the means to neutralize and prevent infections, and they’re subject to fewer because of the existence of public sanitation systems. People in poor countries who don’t get enough to eat or drink can barely support basic survival, let alone invasive microbes, and they’re more exposed because of a lack of sanitation. Thus, their bodies are more ravaged, which weakens them further, making them more subject to cancer. There is nothing to demonstrate that the infections cause cancer, only that there’s a correlation.
The Gates Foundation is, of course, all about promoting vaccines for everyone for anything that can be imagined. To this end, they help finance studies to further promote their goals. It should come as no surprise that they were one of two financers of this study.
The IARC is part of the World Health Organization (WHO), which was well documented as corrupted by Big Pharma in swine flu fear mongering to push for unneeded and dangerous vaccinations. The WHO is a major promoter of just about anything Big Pharma wants. One of those things is access to less saturated markets—and that means the world’s poorest nations.
There’s also the fact that the Gates Foundation is heavily invested in Big Pharma. Thus, it should come as little surprise that they funded a study that helps them promote Bill Gates’ stated goal of vaccinating every child on earth. The lead authors of the study, Drs. Catherine de Martel and Martyn Plummer, stated:
But the application of existing public-health methods for infection prevention, such as vaccination, safer injection practice, or antimicrobial treatments, could have a substantial effect on future burden of cancer worldwide.
Their study didn’t investigate the effects of vaccines or microbial treatments on cancer prevention. Thus, the authors are merely presuming that they would help prevent cancer—and clearly reveal that the real goal of their study was to provide ammunition to support the promotion of vaccines and pharmaceutical drugs.
Yet again, we have junk science used to promote the will of the vaccine pushers to profit from even the most victimized people on earth. In spite of doing the studies that would document whether vaccines are effective and safe, millions are spent in the mad rush to treat the most vulnerable as merely another resource to be plundered.
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