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Antivaccine nonsense Cancer Medicine Quackery

Parasites cause cancer? 1990s cancer quackery reappears in 2024

Conspiracy monger Stew Peters and Dr. Lee Merritt claim that all cancer is due to parasites. Everything old is new again, just stupider, and Hulda Clark’s cancer quackery has been resurrected, just with a different “parasite.”

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Antivaccine nonsense Cancer Medicine Science

Forget the antivax lie of “turbo cancer.” Does COVID-19 cause cancer?

The Washington Post recently published an article asking if COVID-19 infection can cause cancer. Probably not, but cancer caused by a virus is more more plausible than “turbo cancer” caused by the vaccine.

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Cancer Medicine Quackery

FitScript™: Yet more “functional” cancer quackery

Perusing the hellscape that is what Twitter has degenerated into as X, I found an alternative cancer cure testimonial, which led me into “functional health” nonsense that I hadn’t encountered before. Introducing FitScript™, “functional” cancer quackery.

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Antivaccine nonsense Cancer Medicine

No, COVID-19 vaccines don’t cause “accelerated aging” (and cancer)

A recent presentation at AACR found a link between markers of accelerated aging and an increased risk of cancer. Then antivaxxers got a hold of it to blame COVID-19 vaccines not just for cancer, but for “accelerated aging” causing it.

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Antivaccine nonsense Cancer Medicine

Epidemiologist Harvey Risch promotes the false narrative of “turbo cancer”

Last week, I discussed Dr. William Makis’ false claims of “turbo cancers” due to COVID-19 vaccines. Now it’s hydroxychloroquine-promoting epidemiologist Harvey Risch’s turn.