May 27, 2024

Unraveling the Link Between Biological Aging and Early-Stage Cancer


In this article, recent research presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting suggests that younger generations are facing a higher risk of cancer due to accelerated aging. The study examined whether an increased biological age contributes to the onset of early-stage cancer, typically diagnosed in adults under 55. Factors such as diet, mental health, and physical activity were considered to influence biological age, which differs from chronological age and can be altered.

Editor’s Note: All the factors stated in the study are related to diet, mental health, and physical activity. But we all know that that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It’s not hard to connect the dots when you think about all the COVID-19 side effects reported, from mild to severe, and who’s to say that cancer is not one of them? [See COVID Jabs Promote Rapid Cancer ProgressionPathologist Reports 20-fold Increase of Cancer Diagnosis Among Vaccinated Patients]

Not to mention the fact that many experts are hard-pressed on the fact that there are lapses in the safety and necessity of the vaccine for children. [See Experts assess safety and necessity of Moderna COVID-19-mRNA-Vaccine for childrenmRNA Inventor: Toxic Spike Proteins from COVID Jabs Often Cause Permanent Damage in Kids]

It’s important not to just take everything at face value. It’s essential to ask the questions, demand answers, and resist everyone who silences us. This is the health and well-being of the future generation we are talking about. [See Pro-vaccine internal medicine doctor explains why he won’t take the COVID vaccine]

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