Pandemic of the Glioblastomas?
The herd culling mRNA goodness is packaged in lipid nanoparticles which are able to cross the blood brain barrier...you know...for the Dangerous Germs that were murdering the world from the pangolins

Sage Hana

Promo Code: Conspiracy Sarah

Paging all Oncologists and Glioblastoma Specialists.

Are you seeing an uptick of cases?

From my board, a comment from Kanada unrelated to the below anecdata from Sarah regarding a Love Canal cluster of events and deaths in Atlanta, home of the lovely CDC.

Speaking of turbo cancer: spent the weekend taking care of my cousin (64, previously in excellent health) who had the injectables two years ago and then the boosters and is now in a near vegetative state, due to turbo glioblastoma. I sat with him this weekend so his wife could go do things like grocery shopping. The decline in this formerly brilliant lawyer/outdoorsman is shocking. And I KNOW it was the injectables.


E’s brother died of a heart attack. Her friend of a glioblastoma.

Two clients in the studio have been recently diagnosed with cancer, and currently in treatment. One has a sister who was diagnosed with endometrial cancer at the same time. Cancer does not run in their family.

H has a CT to look at a cyst on her kidney.

One client with fibroids bleeding out.

Just got another glioblastoma call...😔 D's aunt...That's #6 for glioblastoma in my immediate circle.

G's customer just diagnosed with glioblastoma - 6wks ago...discharged from hospital, sent home to wait to die. Now deceased.


Glioblastoma (GBM) is a malignant grade 4 tumor that is predominantly made up of abnormal astrocytic cells, but also contains a mix of different cell types (including blood vessels) and areas of dead cells (necrosis). It is the most common primary brain cancer, with around 12,000 cases diagnosed in the United States each year.1 GBM is a fast-growing and aggressive brain tumor that invades nearby regions of the brain but generally does not spread to distant organs.0 Initial signs and symptoms of glioblastoma are nonspecific and may include headaches, personality changes, nausea, and symptoms similar to those of a stroke. Symptoms often worsen rapidly and may progress to unconsciousness.2


Glioblastoma (GBM)

Glioblastomas (also called GBM) are malignant (cancerous) grade 4 tumors. The tumor is predominantly made up of abnormal astrocytic cells, but also contains a mix of different cell types (including blood vessels) and areas of dead cells (necrosis). Glioblastomas are diffusely infiltrative and invade nearby regions of the brain. They can also sometimes spread to the opposite side of the brain through connection fibers (corpus callosum) or the ventricular system. It is exceedingly rare for glioblastomas to spread outside of the brain and spinal cord.

Glioblastomas commonly arise de novo, meaning they begin as a grade 4 tumor with no evidence of a lower-grade precursor. De novo tumors are the most common form of glioblastoma. They tend to be more aggressive and are more common in patients 60 years of age or older, though younger patients may also be affected. Alternatively, secondary glioblastomas may progress from a lower-grade astrocytic tumors (grade 2 or 3) and evolve into grade 4 tumors over time. In general, these tumors tend to be slower growing initially, but can progressively become aggressive.

In 2021 the World Health Organization (WHO) updated CNS tumor classifications, incorporating new knowledge gained from additional molecular markers and new diagnostic techniques. What used to be classified as Glioblastoma, IDH mutant is now classified as Astrocytoma, IDH mutant, grade 4. For information on Astrocytoma, IDH mutant, grade 4, please see our web page on Astrocytoma (Adult type). Glioblastomas are now classified as Astrocytoma IDH-wildtype tumors with at least one of the following: microvascular proliferation, necrosis, EGFR amplification, TERT promoter mutation, or combined gain of chromosome 7/loss of chromosome 10 copy number changes.

Location

Glioblastoma is most commonly found in the frontal lobe, followed by the temporal, parietal, and occipital lobes.

Symptoms

Patients with glioblastomas develop symptoms rapidly due to mass effect from the tumor itself or from the fluid surrounding the tumor that causes further brain swelling (edema). Common presenting symptoms at diagnosis include:

Seizures

Severe headaches

Memory and language problems

Changes in personality and behavior

Muscle weakness or paralysis

Fatigue

Issues with coordination

Speech, hearing, and vision problems

Other symptoms may occur depending on the size and location of the tumor.

Treatment

Glioblastomas can be difficult to treat for the following reasons:

They are fast-growing and invade nearby brain tissue, making 100% removal nearly impossible.

The blood-brain barrier prevents certain treatments from being able to reach the tumor and be effective.

They have many different types of tumor cells (heterogeneous) and can change over time, which makes them difficult to treat.

Because of this, the treatment plan for glioblastoma may combine several approaches, including surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, clinical trials, Tumor Treating Fields (TTFields), and targeted therapies.

Surgery is often the first step in treating glioblastoma. Surgery allows the medical team to get a biopsy and make a diagnosis, relieve pressure on the brain, and safely remove as much tumor as possible. Glioblastomas are diffuse and have finger-like tentacles that infiltrate the brain, which makes them very difficult to remove completely. This is particularly true when the tumors are growing near important regions of the brain that control functions such as language and movement/coordination.


More anecdotal evidence.

Someone one degree of separation from me had a tumor behind her eye.

It was excruciating.

Tumor was removed.

It came back.

Yes.

Got the shots. Hubs is a doc.

The topic is not open for discussion as to the nature of the tumor.


As I’ve said a million times, me no STEM.

But I understand the concept of Dual Use.


I have a terrible feeling that we just getting started, y’all.

I see you, Monster.

Or I think I do.


related:

Turbo-Cancer: "It feels like I'm watching people being killed and there is little I can do."

Read full story

Rah-rah, SH! WE like! Bad shit happened. Mistakes were not made! Chaaarrrrgggeeeeee!!!

SPAR the marks. Make them feel heard.

Whoa…

I mean, no! Not like this, though! Don’t call all the numbers out the chute.

Don’t take my Wilson the Volleyball away from me.

Check the (mRNA) Dates

Check the (mRNA) Dates
Promo Code Teresa L. for inspiring me to check the dates on two three posts. April 19, 2023 “mRNA Off to a Bad Start but Future May be Brighter” By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH We all have the tendency to paint issues with a broad brush. That is to see things one way for intellectual simplicity. “All pharmaceuticals are bad” or “I don’t trust any vaccine.” …

Read full story

WEFFIE Agenda Good Cop Elon Musk: "I need to emphasize that accelerating synthetic mRNA technology was another silver lining. It is a revolution in medicine, like going from analog to digital."

WEFFIE Agenda Good Cop Elon Musk: "I need to emphasize that accelerating synthetic mRNA technology was another silver lining. It is a revolution in medicine, like going from analog to digital."
Good Cop to the Bad Cop Context:

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Anyway, I am in over my head, but if any Shih Tzu Detectives have intel on Glioblastomas rising or not, or Turbo Cancers rising or not…spill.

I have a sense that there will be shenanigans with the records and coding but then again, I see phantoms everywhere.

There is a phantom in my kitchen right now.


https://ko-fi.com/sagehanaproductions64182

https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sagehanaJ


FALSIFIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Somewhere in this connection, then, was the statement admitting that some scientific research data could be - and indeed has been - falsified in order to bring about desired results. And here was said, "People don't ask the right questions. Some people are too trusting."

Now this was an interesting statement because the speaker and the audience all being doctors of medicine and supposedly very objectively, dispassionately scientific and science being the be all and end-all ... well to falsify scientific research data in that setting is like blasphemy in the church ... you just don't do that.

Anyhow, out of all of this was to come the New International Governing Body, probably to come through the U.N . and with a World Court, but not necessarily through those structures. It could be brought about in other ways. Acceptance of the U.N . at that time was seen as not being as wide as was hoped. Efforts would continue to give the United Nations increasing importance. People would be more and more used to the idea of relinquishing some national sovereignty.


SUPPRESSING CANCER CURES AS A MEANS OF POPULATION CONTROL

Cancer. He said. "We can cure almost every cancer right now. Information is on file in the Rockefeller Institute, if it's ever decided that it should be released. But consider - if people stop dying of cancer, how rapidly we would become overpopulated. You may as well die of cancer as something else."

Efforts at cancer treatment would be geared more toward comfort than toward cure. There was some statement that ultimately the cancer cures which were being hidden in the Rockefeller Institute would come to light because independent researchers might bring them out, despite these efforts to suppress them. But at least for the time being, letting people die of cancer was a good thing to do because it would slow down the problem of overpopulation.
Pandemic of the Glioblastomas? The herd culling mRNA goodness is packaged in lipid nanoparticles which are able to cross the blood brain barrier...you know...for the Dangerous Germs that were murdering the world from the pangolins Sage Hana Promo Code: Conspiracy Sarah Paging all Oncologists and Glioblastoma Specialists. Are you seeing an uptick of cases? From my board, a comment from Kanada unrelated to the below anecdata from Sarah regarding a Love Canal cluster of events and deaths in Atlanta, home of the lovely CDC. Speaking of turbo cancer: spent the weekend taking care of my cousin (64, previously in excellent health) who had the injectables two years ago and then the boosters and is now in a near vegetative state, due to turbo glioblastoma. I sat with him this weekend so his wife could go do things like grocery shopping. The decline in this formerly brilliant lawyer/outdoorsman is shocking. And I KNOW it was the injectables. E’s brother died of a heart attack. Her friend of a glioblastoma. Two clients in the studio have been recently diagnosed with cancer, and currently in treatment. One has a sister who was diagnosed with endometrial cancer at the same time. Cancer does not run in their family. H has a CT to look at a cyst on her kidney. One client with fibroids bleeding out. Just got another glioblastoma call...😔 D's aunt...That's #6 for glioblastoma in my immediate circle. G's customer just diagnosed with glioblastoma - 6wks ago...discharged from hospital, sent home to wait to die. Now deceased. Glioblastoma (GBM) is a malignant grade 4 tumor that is predominantly made up of abnormal astrocytic cells, but also contains a mix of different cell types (including blood vessels) and areas of dead cells (necrosis). It is the most common primary brain cancer, with around 12,000 cases diagnosed in the United States each year.1 GBM is a fast-growing and aggressive brain tumor that invades nearby regions of the brain but generally does not spread to distant organs.0 Initial signs and symptoms of glioblastoma are nonspecific and may include headaches, personality changes, nausea, and symptoms similar to those of a stroke. Symptoms often worsen rapidly and may progress to unconsciousness.2 Glioblastoma (GBM) Glioblastomas (also called GBM) are malignant (cancerous) grade 4 tumors. The tumor is predominantly made up of abnormal astrocytic cells, but also contains a mix of different cell types (including blood vessels) and areas of dead cells (necrosis). Glioblastomas are diffusely infiltrative and invade nearby regions of the brain. They can also sometimes spread to the opposite side of the brain through connection fibers (corpus callosum) or the ventricular system. It is exceedingly rare for glioblastomas to spread outside of the brain and spinal cord. Glioblastomas commonly arise de novo, meaning they begin as a grade 4 tumor with no evidence of a lower-grade precursor. De novo tumors are the most common form of glioblastoma. They tend to be more aggressive and are more common in patients 60 years of age or older, though younger patients may also be affected. Alternatively, secondary glioblastomas may progress from a lower-grade astrocytic tumors (grade 2 or 3) and evolve into grade 4 tumors over time. In general, these tumors tend to be slower growing initially, but can progressively become aggressive. In 2021 the World Health Organization (WHO) updated CNS tumor classifications, incorporating new knowledge gained from additional molecular markers and new diagnostic techniques. What used to be classified as Glioblastoma, IDH mutant is now classified as Astrocytoma, IDH mutant, grade 4. For information on Astrocytoma, IDH mutant, grade 4, please see our web page on Astrocytoma (Adult type). Glioblastomas are now classified as Astrocytoma IDH-wildtype tumors with at least one of the following: microvascular proliferation, necrosis, EGFR amplification, TERT promoter mutation, or combined gain of chromosome 7/loss of chromosome 10 copy number changes. Location Glioblastoma is most commonly found in the frontal lobe, followed by the temporal, parietal, and occipital lobes. Symptoms Patients with glioblastomas develop symptoms rapidly due to mass effect from the tumor itself or from the fluid surrounding the tumor that causes further brain swelling (edema). Common presenting symptoms at diagnosis include: Seizures Severe headaches Memory and language problems Changes in personality and behavior Muscle weakness or paralysis Fatigue Issues with coordination Speech, hearing, and vision problems Other symptoms may occur depending on the size and location of the tumor. Treatment Glioblastomas can be difficult to treat for the following reasons: They are fast-growing and invade nearby brain tissue, making 100% removal nearly impossible. The blood-brain barrier prevents certain treatments from being able to reach the tumor and be effective. They have many different types of tumor cells (heterogeneous) and can change over time, which makes them difficult to treat. Because of this, the treatment plan for glioblastoma may combine several approaches, including surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, clinical trials, Tumor Treating Fields (TTFields), and targeted therapies. Surgery is often the first step in treating glioblastoma. Surgery allows the medical team to get a biopsy and make a diagnosis, relieve pressure on the brain, and safely remove as much tumor as possible. Glioblastomas are diffuse and have finger-like tentacles that infiltrate the brain, which makes them very difficult to remove completely. This is particularly true when the tumors are growing near important regions of the brain that control functions such as language and movement/coordination. More anecdotal evidence. Someone one degree of separation from me had a tumor behind her eye. It was excruciating. Tumor was removed. It came back. Yes. Got the shots. Hubs is a doc. The topic is not open for discussion as to the nature of the tumor. As I’ve said a million times, me no STEM. But I understand the concept of Dual Use. I have a terrible feeling that we just getting started, y’all. I see you, Monster. Or I think I do. related: Turbo-Cancer: "It feels like I'm watching people being killed and there is little I can do." Read full story Rah-rah, SH! WE like! Bad shit happened. Mistakes were not made! Chaaarrrrgggeeeeee!!! SPAR the marks. Make them feel heard. Whoa… I mean, no! Not like this, though! Don’t call all the numbers out the chute. Don’t take my Wilson the Volleyball away from me. Check the (mRNA) Dates Check the (mRNA) Dates Promo Code Teresa L. for inspiring me to check the dates on two three posts. April 19, 2023 “mRNA Off to a Bad Start but Future May be Brighter” By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH We all have the tendency to paint issues with a broad brush. That is to see things one way for intellectual simplicity. “All pharmaceuticals are bad” or “I don’t trust any vaccine.” … Read full story WEFFIE Agenda Good Cop Elon Musk: "I need to emphasize that accelerating synthetic mRNA technology was another silver lining. It is a revolution in medicine, like going from analog to digital." WEFFIE Agenda Good Cop Elon Musk: "I need to emphasize that accelerating synthetic mRNA technology was another silver lining. It is a revolution in medicine, like going from analog to digital." Good Cop to the Bad Cop Context: Read full story Anyway, I am in over my head, but if any Shih Tzu Detectives have intel on Glioblastomas rising or not, or Turbo Cancers rising or not…spill. I have a sense that there will be shenanigans with the records and coding but then again, I see phantoms everywhere. There is a phantom in my kitchen right now. https://ko-fi.com/sagehanaproductions64182 https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sagehanaJ FALSIFIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH Somewhere in this connection, then, was the statement admitting that some scientific research data could be - and indeed has been - falsified in order to bring about desired results. And here was said, "People don't ask the right questions. Some people are too trusting." Now this was an interesting statement because the speaker and the audience all being doctors of medicine and supposedly very objectively, dispassionately scientific and science being the be all and end-all ... well to falsify scientific research data in that setting is like blasphemy in the church ... you just don't do that. Anyhow, out of all of this was to come the New International Governing Body, probably to come through the U.N . and with a World Court, but not necessarily through those structures. It could be brought about in other ways. Acceptance of the U.N . at that time was seen as not being as wide as was hoped. Efforts would continue to give the United Nations increasing importance. People would be more and more used to the idea of relinquishing some national sovereignty. SUPPRESSING CANCER CURES AS A MEANS OF POPULATION CONTROL Cancer. He said. "We can cure almost every cancer right now. Information is on file in the Rockefeller Institute, if it's ever decided that it should be released. But consider - if people stop dying of cancer, how rapidly we would become overpopulated. You may as well die of cancer as something else." Efforts at cancer treatment would be geared more toward comfort than toward cure. There was some statement that ultimately the cancer cures which were being hidden in the Rockefeller Institute would come to light because independent researchers might bring them out, despite these efforts to suppress them. But at least for the time being, letting people die of cancer was a good thing to do because it would slow down the problem of overpopulation.
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