Friday 30 September 2022 05:59 PM Did the Covid jab make a famous doctor's cancer WORSE? trends now

Friday 30 September 2022 05:59 PM Did the Covid jab make a famous doctor's cancer WORSE? trends now
Friday 30 September 2022 05:59 PM Did the Covid jab make a famous doctor's cancer WORSE? trends now

Friday 30 September 2022 05:59 PM Did the Covid jab make a famous doctor's cancer WORSE? trends now

A top doctor has spoken out over concerns that his cancer progressed after having a third dose of the Pfizer Covid vaccine

A top doctor has spoken out over concerns that his cancer progressed after having a third dose of the Pfizer Covid vaccine

A top doctor has spoken out over concerns that his cancer progressed after having a third dose of the Pfizer Covid vaccine.

Dr Michael Goldman, 67, was diagnosed with lymphoma — cancer of the immune system — last summer.

The immunologist, who has been a supporter of medical research for decades, received his third Pfizer jab weeks later.

After his cancer symptoms worsened days after his booster, he went for a scan.

Results showed his cancer had exploded 'like fireworks' on the right side of his body — the same side he was jabbed on. 

Dr Goldman, of Erasme Hospital in Brussels, concluded that the worsening of his condition may have been down to the jab, after scouring through hundreds of scientific papers.

However, he is now cancer-free and is still encouraging others to get the vaccine, warning that even if the vaccine potentially boosted the spread of his cancer, it is a 'very rare' side effect.

Both Pfizer and Moderna, which make the Covid mRNA vaccines, study all reported jab side effects and have found no link between their injection and cancer.

And some patients have even told of how their cancer shrunk after getting jabbed. 

Dr Michael Goldman, 67, was diagnosed with lymphoma — cancer of the immune system — last summer (shown in scan, left). The immunologist, who has been a supporter of medical research for decades, received his third Pfizer jab weeks later. After his cancer symptoms worsened days after his booster, he went for a scan. Results showed his cancer had exploded 'like fireworks' on the right side of his body — the same side he was jabbed on (right)

Dr Michael Goldman, 67, was diagnosed with lymphoma — cancer of the immune system — last summer (shown in scan, left). The immunologist, who has been a supporter of medical research for decades, received his third Pfizer jab weeks later. After his cancer symptoms worsened days after his booster, he went for a scan. Results showed his cancer had exploded 'like fireworks' on the right side of his body — the same side he was jabbed on (right)

Dr Goldman said some studies show, that in extremely rare cases, Covid jabs may boost T cells to the point that they expand to form or worsen tumours

Dr Goldman said some studies show, that in extremely rare cases, Covid jabs may boost T cells to the point that they expand to form or worsen tumours

HOW DO COVID MRNA VACCINES WORK? 

Both Pfizer and Moderna's Covid vaccines use mRNA technology.

They each contain the genetic code (mRNA) of the spike protein found on the surface of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Once inside the body, the spike protein is produced.

This teaches the immune system to recognise the virus and initiate an immune response.

As a result, when the body comes into contact with the virus, it recognises the spike protein and destroy it before it can cause an infection. 

As there is no whole or live virus involved, the vaccines cannot cause Covid.

And the mRNA is naturally degraded after a few days.

Source: Vaccine Knowledge Project

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Dr Goldman had a full body CT scan last summer, after suffering night sweats and swollen lymph nodes.

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