We’re not going to delve too much into the fact that the Daily Mail calls this Immunologist a doctor as well as a medic. Though this doctor is in fact a specialist is his specific field of practice, immunology. A medic is usually considered a step down from a doctor
I’m using the word “notes” in the title with these definitions in mind:
- notice or pay particular attention to (something).
- remark upon (something), typically in order to draw someone’s attention to it.
A top doctor has spoken out over concerns that his cancer progressed after having a third dose of the Pfizer Covid vaccine.
Dr Michael Goldman, 67, was diagnosed with lymphoma — cancer of the immune system — last summer.
Results showed his cancer had exploded ‘like fireworks’ on the right side of his body — the same side he was jabbed on.
Dr Goldman, of Erasme Hospital in Brussels, concluded after scouring through hundreds of scientific papers, that the worsening of his condition may have been caused by the jab,.
Dr Goldman had a full body CT scan last summer, after suffering night sweats and swollen lymph nodes.
Over concerns he would soon be immunocompromised, Dr Goldman rushed forward for his third Covid jab on September 22, 2021.
But just days after being immunised, his lymph nodes became more swollen, his night sweats worsened and he was forced to take afternoon naps due to low energy.
He underwent another full body scan on September 30, six days before he was due to start cancer treatment.
Results showed cancerous growths near his left armpit and along his neck, which was diagnosed as lymphoma — cancer of the immune system.
Dr Goldman said some studies suggest, that in extremely rare cases, Covid jabs may boost T cells to the point that they expand to form or worsen tumours.
Research also suggests that cancer patients’ lymph node cells go into overdrive after getting vaccines.
Other researchers have also reportedthe potential rare
Dr Aaron Mangold, the head of clinical dermatology at top US hospital group the Mayo Clinic, published a paper last spring on a patient whose rare skin lymphoma came back after their first Pfizer jab.
It’s only ‘rare’ if it doesn’t happen to you, right?
Dr William Murphy, an immunologist at UC Davis, told the Atlantic that Dr Goldman’s cancer’s behaviour appears to be linked to the vaccine ‘given the huge difference in the scans of the tumor progression in a very short period of time’.
Dr Goldman is unsure if he will get a fourth jab
“However, the immunologist is unsure whether he will get his fourth.”
He won’t. He may have ‘dodged the bullet’ this time. The next time he may not.