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They’re Calling It “Turbo Cancer”

Hagen Knepp was a normal 19-year-old kid. …

He was an avid basketball player and a college student, just going about his life until his life was turned upside-down, in November of 2022, by an earth-shattering diagnosis.

Initially, Knepp felt stomach pains and had swelling in his abdominal areas, as time went on, it became clear that the pain would not subside—something was terribly wrong. …

He and his mother rushed to seek out a medical opinion. …Following some tests, Hagen Knepp was diagnosed with incredibly aggressive appendix cancer.

Doctors scheduled an operation shortly afterward, but backed out once they had Knepp on the operating table. …

The surgeons found that Knepp’s appendix and the surrounding areas were covered in tumors; a 2nd operation was scheduled in which almost half of his stomach was removed in a 22-hour surgery.

According to sources, Knepp’s aggressive disease, dubbed a ‘turbo cancer’, is thought to be a direct result of the mRNA vaccine. …

Pam Knepp, Hagen’s mother, posted this message to social media following his surgery:

MakisMD writes via his Substack:

Turbo Appendix Cancer Post COVID-19 vaccine?
It’s a very rare cancer, 1 in a million, but there are two VAERS reports of this happening.

VAERS 2103843
60 year old man had Pfizer dose #1, two months later was diagnosed with stage 4 appendix cancer and he died 3 weeks after diagnosis.

VAERS 2448046
70 year old man had two Moderna doses, 5 months later he developed shortness of breath while walking upstairs and low hemoglobin, was diagnosed with appendix cancer needing major surgery.


According to Fox News, Sam Neil has announced that he has been diagnosed with a very aggressive cancer, there is some speculation among individuals that Neil’s cancer is also mRNA related:

“Jurassic Park” actor Sam Neill has revealed his “ferocious” stage 3 blood cancer diagnosis.

Neill, 75, told the BBC that he was diagnosed in March 2022.

“The thing is, I’m crook. Possibly dying,” he wrote in the first chapter of his new book, “Did I Ever Tell You This?”

To distract himself, Neill turned to writing to “give me a reason to get through the day.”


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