“Turbo-Cancer” Surge: Is Repeated mRNA Vaccination Undermining Your Immune System and Fueling Aggressive Cancers?

Covid Vaccine Increases Cancer Risk


Is there a correlation between repeated mRNA vaccination and ‘turbo-cancer’? A recent study does not reassure: multiple Pfizer and Moderna vaccine administration appears to increase the number of IgG4 subclass antibodies. This could make cancers more aggressive. It is not the first study that raises concerns. What do we know about the link between mRNA vaccines and cancer?

Immune Tolerance After Repeated mRNA Vaccination

Last May, a publication appeared in the scientific journal Vaccines about ‘immune tolerance’ after repeated mRNA vaccination. Researchers from the US, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Mexico found higher IgG4 blood levels after multiple vaccinations. The abbreviation IgG4 stands for Immunoglobulin G4, a subclass of antibodies.

Increased production of antibodies after vaccination will sound like music to many at first hearing. But the authors explained that this is probably not a protective mechanism. On the contrary, they believe it is more likely a form of immune tolerance for the coronavirus spike protein. And this could promote infection with this virus and its multiplication.

Impact on Immune System and Cancer Growth

This is terrible news: weakening of the immune system after repeated mRNA vaccination. But more accessible passage for the Sars-Cov-2 virus is not the only risk. “Increased IgG4 synthesis as a result of repeated mRNA vaccination with high antigen concentrations can also cause autoimmune diseases and promote the growth of cancer and autoimmune myocarditis in susceptible individuals,” the authors wrote in their summary. Further in the article, they substantiated that more IgG4 is associated with “more aggressive cancer growth.”

Turbo-Cancer: A New Term

This recalls the warning of German pathologist Ute Krüger. A year ago, she expressed her concerns about the noticeable increase in aggressive tumors from Kalmar, Sweden, where she works as a pathological specialist in breast cancer. She even launched a new term for the rapidly growing cancers after corona vaccination: ‘turbo-cancer.’

Initially, she thought she was seeing the effects of delayed care due to corona. But even when that phase was over, she saw an increasing number of tumors that were also larger and more aggressive. Patients who had been declared cured in the (distant) past with suddenly explosive tumors also returned.

The mRNA Vaccines and Cancer: What We Know So Far

One of the oncologists who recognized Krüger’s concerns was Prof. Dr. Angus Dalgleish of St George’s University of London. After initially promoting the corona vaccines, he made a U-turn in 2022 based on observations in his oncological practice. He saw patients whose cancer was under control return quickly and aggressively after the booster.

He also noted more cancer cases in his environment. “I have enough experience to know that these are not the coincidental anecdotes that many suggest, especially since the same pattern is seen in Germany, Australia, and the US,” he wrote at the end of last year in a letter to the editor of the British Medical Journal (BMJ). In that letter, he called for a stop to the corona vaccines.


His opinion has stayed the same in the meantime. On the contrary: in a candid video interview that Dalgleish gave last month to Doc Malik, he once again substantiated his concerns. He referred to the recently found association between the booster and the ‘class switch’ to IgG4.

Dalgleish has put his head on the chopping block and does not wish to remove it. Nor does Ute Krüger. Both faced fierce attacks after their coming out, as the consensus within regular medicine wants no connection between corona vaccination and cancer. But they did not deviate an inch from their position.


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Carl Riedel is an experienced writer focused on using Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) to produce insightful articles. Passionate about free speech, he leverages OSINT to delve into public data, crafting stories that illuminate underreported issues, enriching public discourse with perspectives often overlooked by mainstream media.