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360X increase in the rate of adenopathy after vaccination
A radiologist noticed a weird finding. Since the vaccines rolled out, the number of cases of unexplained adenopathy findings went from 1 every 6 months to 2 to 3 per day. That's an increase of 360X.
I can’t say much more than this because the radiologist is a sole breadwinner and doesn’t want to lose his job.
Since the vaccines rolled out, the number of cases of unexplained adenopathy findings went from 1 every 6 months to 2 to 3 per day. That's an increase of 360X. The key word here is “unexplained.”
I note this result so that others can be aware of this.
The biopsy of these cases all revealed there was no metastatic disease, no lymphoma, and it was “non-specific.”
So for now, an unexplained finding.
But hey, we’ll just carry on as usual, like nothing bad is happening. No need to pause the vaccines of course (ok, a little sarcasm there).
Here’s a comment from one of my readers:
Recently had a mammogram in San Mateo, the technician asked before the procedure if I would mind answering the question about if I had been vacated and if so when. I asked “why?” She told me the radiologists that read them want to know because of the large number of women they’ve encountered with enlarged lymph nodes in the armpit. Now I’m wondering if they’ll start ignoring this if the answer was “yes” and recently vaccinated...
Another reader wrote (when commenting on another article I wrote):
Doesn't have anything to do with this article.....but a fun fact for you. 100% true! You wouldn't know this because you're a male. It happened to me and is happening to ALL women going in to have mammograms. When you make you're appointment, they ask if you've had the jab within six weeks, if so, you can't have a mammogram. I asked why and the imagine center said the jab goes to your lymph nodes under your arms and they'll show up swollen and possible false positive for cancer with a mammogram. No mammograms within six weeks of jab!