Vaccinated Women Showing Signs Of Breast Cancer

Monday, March 01, 2021 by

(Natural News) A group of Utah doctors have discovered something terrifying in recent mammogram screenings taken at the Breast Care Centre in Salt Lake City, Utah. Women who were recently injected with experimental COVID vaccines suffer from abnormal inflammation of the lymph nodes in their breasts. According to the Intermountain Healthcare doctors, women who take the covid-19 vaccines are showing symptoms of breast cancer.

Dr. Brett Parkinson, MD., warns, “Whenever we see these on a normal screening mammogram, we call those patients back because it can either mean metastatic breast cancer which travels to the lymph nodes or lymphoma or leukemia.” Instead of dealing with the cause of this problem (vaccines), the doctors are now telling women not to get mammograms after vaccination. Out of sight, out of mind.

Experimental vaccines causing systemic inflammation in breast tissue

The vaccines are not only causing an inflammatory response in the arm of recipients, as seen with most vaccines, but the shots are also causing systemic inflammation throughout women’s breast tissue. The doctors are concerned because the inflammation goes up with each vaccine dose. After the first dose of the Moderna vaccine, women, on average, have 11 percent swollen lymph nodes in their breast tissue. After the second dose, the inflammation increases to 16% of their lymph nodes in breast tissue. The Moderna vaccine is built on the experimental mRNA platform that metaphorically terraforms human cells so they can support foreign virus replication. The mRNA platform alters cellular processes, causing unpredictable inflammation as the immune cells respond to these newly developed virus properties. (Related: Curb inflammation with these 8 natural supplements,)

Concealing vaccine injury and cancer causes becomes top priority for oncologists

In order to conceal the evidence of this widespread vaccine injury, the doctors are changing mammogram guidelines and refusing to screen the breast tissue of women who were recently vaccinated for covid-19. The doctors now advise all women patients to reschedule their yearly mammograms, either before the first dose or four weeks after the second dose. “We don’t want these patients to get a false positive to have this sort of alarm,” Parkinson said.

Oncologists typically respond to all positives (false or real) in an aggressive manner, recommending surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. However, when it comes to finding vaccine-induced inflammation in the lymph nodes of breast tissue, the doctors are suddenly ready to call the evidence a “false positive.” The cancer industry isn’t about to unveil the causes of cancer and talk about real solutions.

The doctors pride themselves in “saving lives” through early detection of breast cancer, but when it comes to vaccine injury, the doctors turn a blind eye and delay the screening process. Obviously, women and the rest of society are being deceived about the origins of cancer and chronic disease. Women are being misled about the underlying causes of inflammation that create the conditions for breast cancer to develop. Vaccination initiates an inflammatory process. The experimental mRNA vaccines are designed to reprogram cellular functions, to create spike proteins that will create even more inflammation throughout the body. The fact that the doctors are willing to forgo breast cancer detection after a woman is vaccinated, shows just how far the medical establishment will go to cover up vaccine injury and the true origins of cancer.

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According to the UK Daily Mail, some women have been experiencing swollen lymph nodes in their breasts on the same side where they administered the vaccine.

The swollen lymphs have sparked worries among women believing them to be tumors indicative of breast cancer.

Valley News Live documented a woman’s panic after finding a large lump following the vaccine.

Just a few days after Beth Nokken got her first dose of the covid vaccine, she woke up to unexpected lumps near her armpit.

And one was the size of a golf ball. So that can be extremely concerning to someone!” she said.

Nokken says, despite being aware that swollen lymph nodes were a symptom, she still had her doctor inspect the lump.

“Because of the way it looked, they were concerned and wanted me to come back and do some follow-up testing,” she said. “I couldn’t just push it to the side and pretend that it was nothing because I think it’s important to make sure that everything is ok.”

Nokken’s doctor says women should be concerned if lymph nodes swell up on both sides of the body – not just where the vaccine was administered.

“It would be very unusual to see it on the other side. If we saw it on both arms, that’s definitely something we would want to work up and it probably would be less likely to be due to a vaccine, and something more is going on there,” said Sanford Health’s Lead Physician of Mammography Dr. Allison Clapp.

The swelling should also only last for approximately two weeks, after which a woman should see a doctor to rule out breast cancer.

“If it doesn’t after a couple of weeks, I would suggest seeing their health care provider,” OU Health breast radiologist Dr. Kelly McDonough told KOCO News. “They’re probably going to recommend they come in for a mammogram and an ultrasound just for us to be able to make sure we don’t see any of those suspicious secondary signs of breast cancer.

Of course, all of this can be avoided simply by not taking the vaccine.