The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently released findings of seizures in toddlers and pulmonary embolisms in adults that may have been caused by Covid vaccines. Statistical significance aside, the agency concluded that the risk was worth the benefit.

We question this, with more than one million reports of potential vaccine injuries and 18,000 deaths on the government’s own, long-trusted and likely undercounted, early warning system. These, the government takes pains to dismiss.

As evidence mounts and a movement of injured people grows, the Biden administration must recognize this growing public health problem. It must cease to stifle debate that has limited what journals print and what the public knows about vaccine consequences.

The harm is only starting to be recognized.

We face a looming threat to young people of, unthinkably but potentially, vaccine-abetted cancer. Driven by new cases, colon cancer rose to the leading cause of cancer death in men under 55, while cervical cancer rose to third in women 30 to 44.  These revelations come from the  2024 American Cancer Society American Cancer Society report, which covers only through 2021. 

Our review of more current CDC data suggest the society’s findings on young cancers are the tip of an emerging iceberg.

Compared to pre-pandemic 2019, cancer deaths in 2023 rose strikingly in 15-to-44-year-olds: Uterine cancer, up 37%; colorectal, up 17%; liver, up 8%, and—suggestive of quickly growing disease—“unspecified” metastatic cancer, up 14%. 

A group of under-the-radar physicians suspected Covid vaccines when in 2021 they noticed many more advanced malignancies. “Turbo cancer,” they called them, a phenomenon that vaccine “fact-checkers” have dismissed.  

But not so fast. 

Even the Cancer Society has said publicly that, beyond more of them, these cancers are different. Colorectal tumors are larger, more aggressive, and more difficult to treat. 

Turbo or not, these numbers and the Cancer Society’s sobering concerns call for a high-level probe that includes Covid vaccines. Here’s why.   

First, the timing. The vaccines were rolled out in December 2020, after abbreviated testing and under emergency-use authorization. While no definitive cancer-vaccine link has been made, an Australian study found a “strong” association between vaccination uptake and unexpectedly high mortality in 2021, using Bradford-Hill criteria to differentiate correlation from causality. 

In the United States, not coincidentally, such “excess” deaths rose sharply in the third quarter of 2021, when Covid-vaccine mandates were issued, covering 100 million workers. Deaths of 25-to-34-year-olds with life insurance—a group with typically low mortality—doubled from the pre-Covid norm, the Society of Actuaries reported. Even the Delta wave did “not fully explain the increase,” it said. 

The question—one that government is not asking–is what did cause these deaths? 

The CDC data we studied showed cancer deaths in 15-to-44-year-olds rising 3% in 2021 from the year before, compared to 1% population-wide. In Japan, researchers recently associated Covid vaccine uptake with “statistically significant” hikes in cancer deaths in 2021 and 2022. They dismissed delayed access to healthcare as the cause, given the size and specificity of the increases in six cancers. 

Studies show that repeated vaccinations potentially undermine mechanisms of immunity—disabling antibodies that fight cancer and even Covid—and perhaps facilitate cancer growth. Rather than cause cancer, the vaccines may “generate a pro-tumorigenic milieu,” researchers posit.   

Beyond this is the recent discovery of foreign DNA fragments in all of 27 vials of Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines in amounts that sometimes exceeded the FDA guideline. Researchers fear the DNA could enter the nucleus of human cells and integrate into the cell genome—a concept documented by gene therapy researchers in 1999.    

The FDA’s own vaccine guidance warns that foreign DNA runs the “risk of tumorigenesis,” enabling “oncogenes” that promote cancer. “DNA integration may result in chromosomal instability,” it states. 

Fortunately, reports of this have been “extremely few,” Nature reported in 2007. But Covid vaccines are different. Like the mRNA in vaccines, the DNA molecules are encased in coated particles that shield them from normal destruction. DNA exposure also increases with each inoculation. 

Phillip Buckhaults, a cancer geneticist at the University of South Carolina who also found DNA in Covid vaccines, told that state’s Senate that the contamination poses a “very real theoretical risk of future cancer in some people.”   

The consequences of Covid vaccines should be scrutinized. This includes reported deaths; under-diagnosed myocarditis in young males, and many published case reports and studies.

The Princess of Wales, 42, is a famous example of “early onset” cancer, announced last month. Shortly before, two studies concluded that cancer deaths in people 15-to-44 years old “accelerated substantially” in 2021 in the United States, paralleling a trend in the United Kingdom. That trend has continued, as have excess deaths.  

An oncologist writing for CNN told of recent patients in adjacent rooms, 37 and 45, riddled with metastatic cancer, breast and colon respectively, that was “no longer curable.” 

Is this the new reality? We hope not. 


Thanks to expert actuary, Mary Pat Campbell, who accessed and analyzed CDC data.

 Dr. Pierre Kory, M.D., is president and chief medical officer of the FLCCC Alliance. Mary Beth Pfeiffer is an investigative reporter and author.