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Band-Aids can cause cancer – Daily Mail; Youth cancer rates explode – Expert

Band-aids and cancer news

Cancer-causing PFAS chemicals are also found in guitar strings, dental floss, toilet paper and dust, according the UK legacy media outlet.

A recent investigation by leading watchdogs in the UK has uncovered concerning levels of PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) chemicals in popular bandage brands, including household names like Band-Aid and Curad. PFAS chemicals, often referred to as “forever chemicals” due to their persistence in the environment, were found in over two dozen different bandages, raising alarm about potential health risks associated with their use.

PFAS chemicals, which include fluorine, are sometimes used in the manufacturing process of adhesives found in bandages. These chemicals, known for their water- and grease-resistant properties, can pose serious health risks when they come into contact with the skin. Dr. Linda Birnbaum, a prominent toxicologist, expressed concern over the direct exposure of these chemicals to open wounds, highlighting the potential for adverse effects such as skin burns and eye damage.

The investigation, which tested 40 bandages from 18 different brands, revealed detectable levels of fluorine in 26 of them. Brands such as Band-Aid, Curad, CVS Health, and Target’s Up & Up were among those found to contain high levels of fluorine, raising questions about the safety of these widely used products.

According to the Daily Mail report PFAS chemicals have been associated with various health issues, including damage to the immune system, liver, kidneys, and other organs when they enter the bloodstream. With PFAS chemicals being detected in a wide range of consumer products, including menstrual products and fast food wrappers, concerns about their pervasive presence and potential health impacts continue to grow.

Renowned oncologist Professor Angus Dalgleish told TNT Radio that there had been an explosion of cancer cases in young people over the last two to three years.

‘They [ie. cancer rates] have been increasing for some time, particularly amongst the younger people, and particularly with regards to bowel cancer. This has been going up the last few years and I’ve known people who are friends of mine who have contacted me, and it’s not about them, it’s about their adult children who got bowel cancer… This has been going on for some time. What is the cause? You’d have to say the only major thing that’s changed is probably diet and food, so there is a lot of speculation – is it due to processed food, some chemicals in it etc.

‘But, there’s no doubt there’s been a big change in the last two years where the slow increase that had been coming up has started to take off. In the last two or three years they’ve really increased quite dramatically around the world… This is real. It is continuing to become a problem and it’s not going away anytime soon. Because it’s accelerated in the last two years, is there something else that is stimulating this?

‘When people talk about ’causes of cancer’ that is quite simplistic in my point of view. You have an initiator of cancer, and that can just lie there, quite well controlled by the immune system. And then you get a promoter of cancer, some other irritation which allows this thing to escape immune control or fuel it so the cancer takes off.

‘I really do think… we should be asking around the world… let’s have an official investigation into what is going on with this sudden increase in cancers amongst young people particularly in the last two years… There is plenty of people out there who say this correlates with the COVID vaccination roll-out.’

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  1. Yup, its definitely the bandaids, tampons and food wrappers (that have been with us for decades) that are causing this explosion in new diseases. It definitely ISNT that one new thing everyone injected into their f@ckin bloodstream 2 years ago 😉

    Anyone who still listens to legacy media quite frankly deserve everything that’s coming.

    • Bad batch of band aids manufactured at the speed of science to apply upon vaccination. Not that far fetched, explains everything.

  2. I have taken to reading the obits. Once I would assume ‘died suddenly’ was due to an accident. Not any more.
    In five days in my town four men in their prime died suddenly, not as ‘the result of an accident’.
    One on Tuesday, April 2, 2024 at the age of 46 years old.
    One ‘Passed suddenly’ at home on Tuesday, April 2, 2024; in his 43rd year.
    One ‘died suddenly’ on Sunday, March 31, 2024. No age given.
    One ‘Passed away suddenly’, on Thursday, March 28, 2024; aged 59 years. No mention of cancer in any notice.
    Almost weekly there is at least one obit notice the same – ‘died suddenly’.
    The other nine obituary listings were men and women aged in their 80s and 90s.
    I wonder how long these liars think they can kid people that it is normal for men and women in the prime of life to just drop dead. Before covid a sudden death always had a post mortem just to make sure there was no foul play. I have no idea if this is still the case.

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