From Michael Yon:
FROM A FRIEND TODAY IN TEXAS:
I tried to schedule a routine mammogram for the wife today. I found out that medical imaging companies are 'experiencing record call volumes'. Their offer to leave a number and receive a call-back promised a return call. Next week.
Why the explosion in imaging requests? Apparently the COVID-19 kill shot is driving cancer vertical, per a discussion I had with an MD friend. In fact, the gigantic Rockefeller cancer industry is being overwhelmed worldwide. The doc told me, "I'm seeing an explosion of cancers in my patients who decided to take the clot shot. It's going crazy. Like nothing I've ever seen in 40 years of medical practice. The exception appears to be someone who took the clot shot and did not get cancer. Yet."
They wanted me to PAY IN ADVANCE to book the appointment. When I asked what that cost, she gave me three different price points, for a 2-D mammogram, a 3-D mammogram and some other odd thing. When I asked how I would decide which would be best, without any knowledge of medicine, she said she'd ask the doctor (how does even the doctor know, without first seeing the patient?) then she just hung up.
Anecdotal evidence? Yes . . . but it's not the only report of that kind that I've read or heard about. I think we're nowhere near seeing the full, disastrous impact of the mRNA COVID-19 "vaccines" (which might more correctly be termed a "biological weapon", in the light of such news). Igor Chudov reports a "9-Sigma increase" in cancer rates in the USA, but that's not an "official" report. Strangely, "official" sources don't even deny what he claims - they just clam up about it. It's as if the issue did not exist, as far as the medical "establishment" is concerned.
What's even worse is the number of gynecologists and others who are "anecdotally" reporting serious, if not devastating, effects from the "clot shot" on female fertility and pregnancy. It's said that the proportion of fetal abnormalities, miscarriages, stillbirths and post-natal fatalities is significantly higher than usual. Official and "authoritative" sources flatly deny such "rumors", and Internet searches from major search engines focus heavily on such denials: but the question is whether they can be believed. (Methinks such sources protest too much.) OpenVAERS has some useful data, but that's only going by what's actually entered into the VAERS database - and it's said that there's significant underreporting of such data. See, for example, here and here for more information.
Dear readers, are you hearing reports about this sort of thing, in any medical field? If so, please tell us about them in Comments. It looks like the only real, meaningful information out there is going to come from those who've experienced them, because "official" sources are either vehement in their denials or deafening in their silence.
EDITED TO ADD: It's not just cancer or reproductive health. See what Aesop has to say about vaxx-related encounters over the holiday weekend in the ER where he works. Makes you think . . . doesn't it?