Dr. Peter McCullough warned Monday that new research indicates multiple COVID mRNA shots may promote “turbo cancer.”
During an online symposium organized by the World Council for Health, the renowned internist and cardiologist first highlighted a theory that cancer only develops when “multiple different processes” of the human body are impacted, even if by a “single source of exposure.” This “Multi-Hit Hypothesis of Carcinogenesis” was proposed by Sutherland and JC Bailar in 1984.
McCullough proceeded to argue that the mRNA shots do in fact trigger multiple different changes in the body that can promote cancer development, meeting the threshold needed to promote or accelerate cancer according to the Multi-Hit Hypothesis.
The doctor first pointed out that a preprint paper by Raquel Valdes Angues and Yolanda Perea Bustos asserts that the S2 segment of the spike protein produced by the mRNA COVID injections “is likely to inhibit tumor suppressor systems. McCullough referred to this cancer-promoting effect as ‘hit number one.’”
He then cited research from China showing that mRNA “impair[s] the natural DNA repair mechanisms of the human body.” When mutations occur spontaneously in the human genome, the body can negate that change with a natural mechanism that prevents cells from becoming cancerous, the doctor said.
However, “in theory, administering repeated doses of messenger RNA would impair our body’s ability to repair that DNA,” increasing the likelihood that cancer can develop, according to McCullough. “That’s hit number two.”
The third potential source of cancer promotion comes from the apparent “contamination” of the COVID shot vials with Simian Virus 40 (SV40) “promoters and enhancers,” the discovery of which was a topic of concern during Monday’s symposium….