Government data shows young people now dying of cancer at “explosive” rates following COVID vaccine push
By Ethan Huff // Dec 03, 2023

There is no denying, based on available data, that cancer rates massively spiked following the release of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines" through Operation Warp Speed.

Between 2021 and 2022 when most of the now-fully vaccinated world got jabbed, cancer deaths skyrocketed, particularly among young people, according to data from the United Kingdom's Office for National Statistics (ONS).

The same government entities that pretended to care about everyone's health in 2020 when they shut down businesses and schools and told everyone to stay at home in isolation suddenly could not care less once 2021 arrived and the jabs started to cause widespread health problems.

One of those health problems is cancer, but alas this is no longer of concern to the powers that be because it was never about "saving lives" during the "pandemic," but rather about tricking as many people as possible into taking chemical injections that we now know are linked to so-called "turbo" cancers.

(Related: Dowd believes that America is currently in the throes of an unfolding "slow Mad Max" scenario that will end in total collapse.)

UK government officials trying to hide excess deaths among young people

An Edward Dowd-led analysis of UK government data shows that cancer deaths among 15- to 44-year-olds following the rollout of COVID injections increased so substantially that only the jabs could have been responsible for the timely increase.

Younger people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s are reportedly now dying from rapidly metastasizing and terminal cancers – and this was not the case prior to the COVID jab rollout, just to be clear.

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Dowd told The Defender that his research partners included a handful of high-level scientists, data analysts, and financial experts who examined all International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, (ICD-10) codes for cause of death in the UK between 2010 and 2022. They looked specifically at trends in malignant neoplasms (C00 to C99 codes).

ICD-10 codes are used internationally by physicians to classify health conditions, as well as for processing insurance claims. The World Health Organization (WHO) created ICD-10, as well as previous iterations of it.

A striking pattern that Dowd and his research team noticed is that excess deaths among young people in Wales and England are not being properly coded, which points to a coverup.

"When you die in a hospital, you leave a trail of life and death with indications of what led to the death," Dowd explained. "When a young person dies at the wheel of a car, walking down the street or in their sleep, there's an investigation."

Though nearly all deaths among older people in 2021 and 2022 in these two countries were properly coded, just eight percent of deaths among 15- to 44-year-olds in 2021, and 30 percent of deaths in that same age range in 2022, were coded properly, with most still not properly coded.

According to Dowd, the missing codes are "indicative of the problem" of a large number of excess deaths among young people that are not being included in the official numbers.

Despite the missing codes, those that do exist still point to "a strong signal of cancer deaths in the young," Dowd and his team said.

"We show a large increase in mortality due to malignant neoplasms that started in 2021 and accelerated substantially in 2022."

"The increase in excess deaths in 2022 is highly significant (extreme event)," Dowd further wrote in his report. "The results indicate that from late 2021 a novel phenomenon leading to increased malignant neoplasm deaths appears to be present in individuals aged 15 to 44 in the UK."

Dowd says the purpose of his study is not to examine individual claims and anecdotes, but rather to provide a statistical analysis at a population level to determine whether or not the anecdotal evidence is abnormal.

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