Horowitz: How disgruntled coronovirus nervousness will lead to more cancer deaths in the coming years

Last week, I presented an analysis that not only replaces the SARS-CoV-2 flu, but also when it is roaming, its contingent targets drastically from the pool of deadly victims of past and future flu and pneumonia. Are attracted It is the long-term effect of leveling the curve of more deaths over time to a point that the impression of this virus will be barely noticeable in many states. However, our disgusting response to the virus will likely produce more deaths in the coming years which will increase over time as the years of lost life are much longer.

Nearly every country has dashboards to monitor and tabulate (or allegedly) death from the virus, although at this point there is no evidence that any human intervention could have prevented those deaths. But there is no dashboard for people like 31-year-old Kelly Smith, a UK cancer patient who underwent chemotherapy for three months starting in March. Unfortunately, she did not last long to resume treatment. According to the UK Daily Mail, he is one of the “thousands” of cancer patients left by lockdown policies, a policy that naturally considers COVID-19 to be at greater risk from cancer.

The overwhelming majority of COVID-19 deaths are people at or above life expectancy. An estimated 3 million person backlog for cancer screening in the UK will result in a much longer life span of life as many of them, such as Kelly Smith, are young. Like many other countries, the UK swapped medical treatment and science, which we know worked for a strategy to shut down a virus that has never worked. The results are disastrous and will continue to claim casualties long after the virus runs out.

While the US is not bad enough because we do not have as much care for the UK, both die from the initial lockdown and the constant fear and panic that keeps people from seeking preventive care continues to grow over time .

Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that data on medical billing and insurance claims showed thousands of missed and delayed mammograms and other forms of cancer since March. It is a recipe for thousands of people who, over time, are not being diagnosed until their illnesses come from stage 4 to stage 4 rather than the more treatable stage 3. 3. This is a very scary possibility, given that one in eight women develop breast cancer, and 78 4% of people with breast cancer have not lived for the past five years. Remember, for most people the probability of dying of COVID-19 is an infinite number – below 1%.

Although most of the effects will be long-term, the journal reports that the cancer care provider is the 21st century oncology already It is observed that there has been a noticeable increase in cases of breast and lung cancer which are in advanced stage relative to the last five years.

“Long claims by researchers UnitedHealth Group Parents of the largest US health insurance company, showing mammograms, fell by 95% in the second week of April, compared to the same week in previous years, “WSJ reports”. Screening resumed later in the summer. However they only returned to specific levels. ”

The nation’s largest insurer also has seen through its claims data that there are nearly one million fewer mammograms and colorectal and cervical cancer screenings for the first eight months of 2020, compared to the same period last year.

Analysis of medical billing from the Community Oncology Alliance and Avalier Health showed that oncology visits were down between 29% and 70% from July to March and biopsies for breast, lung, and stomach cancers by 11% over the same period and during March Fell between 79%.

While the drop was most severe during the first months of actual full-scale closures, they are still well below average. According to the Health Care Cost Institute, the epidemic fell 77 percent at the height of the epidemic, but remained 23 percent lower in September, even after it closed in September.

Why so? While this type of care is no longer accessible in most places, the fear and panic induced by the government and the media is leading many to believe that they are at greater risk of dying from the virus than other diseases and therefore Significant preventive delay attention. The doctor at a Mayo clinic saw more patients, who had ignored the lump in their body for fear of contracting the virus while going out for testing. Other doctors and health networks have seen similar delays in colonoscopies, which have proven themselves to be life-saving in silently catching growing colon cancer.

Now multiply these numbers of additional cancer deaths for many other diseases, such as cardiovascular and neurological diseases, and you will get hundreds of thousands of additional deaths in the coming years. A study published last week in Jama by researchers at Yale and Virginia Commonwealth University found that even during the peak of the epidemic – from March to July – 33% of this year’s excess deaths were caused not by viruses, but by non-respiratory causes. Mainly cardiovascular, diabetes and dementia. Additional cancer deaths will likely spread over time in the coming years and, as this coronovirus becomes less fatal and more treatable, reduces virus deaths.

In addition, this study accounted for much of New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, where the virus was particularly difficult. There is an excess of deaths due to non-COVID causes at many places across the country. already More than COVID-19 deaths in that given area.

Take Colorado for example. An analysis of more recent deaths in the Rocky Mountain State has revealed that at least 1,038 Coloradans have died in Colorado. reaction COVID from 14 June to 26 September, compared to just 438 from the virus. My friend Karl Dierenbach, An Denver engineer and attorney, posted an analysis of CDC mortality data showing that 200 of those additional deaths were Alzheimer’s patients and 300 were from infectious disease such as heart attacks and strokes. This concurs with an analysis published by local Denver doctors in which more people died of heart attacks as they compared to dying of the virus in the area during a two-week stay in early April during a home order I refused to come to the ER.

Among people younger than 45 years, Colorado recorded just 100 virus deaths for the entire duration of the pandemic, while the CDC shows 500 additional additional deaths not related to COVID-19. They were more likely to cause stress, depression, fear, and mental illness than suicide and drug overdoses.

The cruel irony is that there are generations of science and data for the effectiveness of preventive measures in reducing the mortality of heart disease, cancer, and stroke. On the other hand, after six months of observation, it has become clear that none of these Draconian social control measures have done anything to save one life from the virus. Rather, nervousness, fear, and depression will kill more people with mental health issues and high blood pressure and stress alone than in these measures.

How true was King David’s words thousands of years ago when he was introduced as a choice between a God-made punishment that had a war problem and a man-made problem. When he opted for the plague, he told the prophet, “Let us fall into the hands of Jehovah, for his mercy is great; but do not let me fall into human hands.” ~ 2 Samuel 24:14


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