WHO Warns of Major Surge in Cancer Cases

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that excess cancer cases are expected to continue surging, with millions of additional annual diagnoses predicted over the next few years.

The WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) estimates that the world will record more than 35 million new cancer cases per year by 2050.

An estimated 20 million cancer cases were recorded in 2022, meaning the WHO predicts a staggering 70% increase in just 28 years.

The warning from the WHO comes as cancer rates have already been soaring over the past three years.

Of course, the United Nations health agency is doing everything possible to avoid the elephant in the room.

The WHO blames the rising cancer rates on an aging population, tobacco and alcohol use, obesity, and even “climate change.”

Meanwhile, the WHO ignores the emergence of rapidly developing “turbo cancers” in people who have received one or more Covid mRNA shots.

Growing numbers of these cancers are showing up in young people, many under age 30.

Doctors are warning that most cases are among those with no family history of cancer.

The “turbo cancers” are spreading so rapidly that seemingly healthy patients are dying within a week of being diagnosed, doctors have revealed.

The IARC cancer burden estimates are based on the “best sources of data available in [185] countries in 2022.”

That year, there were an estimated 20 million new cancer cases and 9.7 million deaths.

“About 1 in 5 people develop cancer in their lifetime, approximately 1 in 9 men and 1 in 12 women die from the disease,” the WHO reports.

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About two-thirds of the new cancer cases and deaths were caused by 10 types of cancer.

Lung cancer was most common, followed by female breast cancer, colorectal cancer, prostate cancer, and stomach cancer.

When broken down by sex, breast cancer was the most commonly diagnosed — and the leading cause of cancer death — among women.

Among men, the leading diagnosis was lung cancer.

Lung cancer and colorectal cancer accounted for the second and third most diagnosed types and cause of most deaths among women.

However, for men, prostate and colorectal cancers were second and third most common.

Liver and colorectal cancer, meanwhile, caused the second and third most cancer deaths.

There were also disparities revealed based on the human development index (HDI).

The HDI is a statistical tool that assesses three dimensions of human development: a long and healthy life, access to knowledge (schooling), and a decent standard of living.

“In terms of the absolute burden, high HDI countries are expected to experience the greatest absolute increase in incidence, with an additional 4.8 million new cases predicted in 2050 compared with 2022 estimates,” according to the WHO.

“Yet the proportional increase in incidence is most striking in low HDI countries (142% increase) and in medium HDI countries (99%).

“Likewise, cancer mortality in these countries is projected to almost double in 2050.”

Meanwhile, the WHO refuses to even acknowledge Covid mRNA shots, which were rolled out for public use shortly before cancer rates started soaring.

Instead, the globalist organization blames the spikes in cancers on a combination of age and environmental factors.

“The rapidly growing global cancer burden reflects both population aging and growth, as well as changes to people’s exposure to risk factors, several of which are associated with socioeconomic development,” the WHO states.

“Tobacco, alcohol, and obesity are key factors behind the increasing incidence of cancer, with air pollution still a key driver of environmental risk factors.”

However, the WHO did not mention the emergence of rapid-growing cancers of the breast, colon, esophagus, kidney, liver, pancreas, bile duct, brain, lung, and blood — including exceedingly rare types of cancer.

According to the WHO and the UN’s corporate media allies, referring to the spikes in rapidly developing cancers is “misinformation” that amounts to “conspiracy theories.”

As noted by Canadian oncologist and cancer researcher Dr. William Makis, these cancers are showing up in young people, many under age 30, with no family history of cancer.

They’re also showing up in pregnant women and young children.

Equally odd is the fact that most are Stage 3 or 4 by the time they’re diagnosed, with symptoms arising only days or weeks before.

The cancers grow and spread so rapidly, that many of these patients die before treatment can even begin.

Most of the patients are also resistant to conventional treatment.

The phenomenon has become common enough that the term “turbo cancers” was coined to describe these rapid-growing cancers in people who have received one or more Covid mRNA shots.

READ MORE – Top WHO Official Testifies: Vaccine Passports Were a Scam to Push Fake Covid Shots

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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