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Died Suddenly Philippines - Public Figures Dying of Cancer; Susan Ople and her 2 older brothers die of cancer within weeks of each other. Content Creator Sean Beltran dies of Bone Cancer aged 21.
Philippines Government to allot a P2-B Fund to assist prevention and treatment of cancer. Post-Covid Pandemic is the era of Neo-Cancers, Neo-myocarditis, and other conditions needing new approaches.
Death of 3 Siblings from Cancer within Weeks of Each Other
Migrant Worker Secretary Susan Ople died aged 61 on Tuesday 22nd August 2023. She had been battling breast cancer since 2019, when she was first diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer.
She had been on a wellness break from work since 25th July 2023 after her two older brothers died of lung cancer in July within a 5-day period.
One older brother, Former Mayor Felix Ople, 65, died from lung cancer on 13 July 2023. Her other older brother Blas Ople Jr., 71, died on July 18, also from lung cancer.
Condolences to the family suffering triple tragic losses in such a short period.
Sean Beltran, 21, bone cancer.
21Year old Sean Beltran, content creator died on August 20, 2023 after a battle with stage 4 bone cancer, diagnosed in 2021.
By all accounts he was remarkable young man and a terrible loss to his family, and friends, and those who followed and loved him.
Funds for Prevention and Treatment of Cancer
While the deaths of public figures from cancers make headlines, regular folk dealing do not make the news, but still have equally challenging battles. To assist, the Philippines government is targeting to allot P2-B for prevention and treatment of cancer by 2024.
An additional P1 Billion will be allocated for the medical expenses of 6,666 cancer patients registered across 31 sites nationwide.
In 2019 the Philippines reported 68,657 deaths from cancer. In 2022, preliminary data, the Philippines reported 63,377 deaths from cancer. These deaths likely represent the tip of the iceberg of cancer cases. It is likely that the allocated funds and assistance will be but a drop in a swelling ocean of need.
To date, there are still no 2023 vital statistics or COD data available. However, unlike prior years when I did not know anyone with cancer, I currently have friends and contacts in my circle dealing with cancer diagnoses. I am not alone in this experience and other friends report sudden, very aggressive and treatment resistance cancers within their networks. If the Philippines follows worldwide trending, cancer cases and fatalities may be set to rise starkly!
The role of the Covid-19 genetic vaccines in promoting prior and triggering new cancers is already confirmed, including descriptions of mechanisms of harm which include among others the presence of the cancer promotor SV40, DNA damage, and destruction of immune vigilance which can catch and destroy cancer before it can progress.
However, this is not recognized by health authorities. It is essential that the etiology of these cancers, and the fact that they are different and far more aggressive than prior cancers, is recognized. Their management will likely need to be different as well.
Discussion from Dr. Makis follows.
Link to 2020 paper discussing Covid-19 and Cancer. The authors raise questions and cautions as well as discussing vaccine candidates. The raise the concern that Covid-19 may be oncogenic (cancer causing). Highly technical but worth revisiting. It appears their concerns have been realized. Is it Covid-19, is it the Covid-19 vaccines, or are both oncogenic?
Historically, it has been believed that cancers take years or even decades to develop after having been triggered.
That seems to no longer be the case with covid-19 related cancers. The vaccine rollout only started in late 2020, and for most places and many people in the 1st half to end of 2021. While some cancers have been observed in days to weeks or a few months, it is now apparent that cancers are increasing, and we are still at less than 2-years post injection(s) for many, less than 3-years post infection for most. Will it get worse? We don’t know!
The population is now in a race against time to learn how to prevent and deal with these new cancers. Lifestyle, weight management, and fasting may well be critical preventative tools. Screening and early treatments, for those who can access them. Spirituality and prayer.
Wait, watch, and take what actions we can.
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