Vitamin D: Science discovers new investment opportunities in eugenics campaign against African Americans

Case Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers have identified new gene mutations unique to colon cancers in African Americans — the population with the highest incidence and death rates of any group for this disease.

This discovery — namely, that colorectal cancers appear different on a molecular level in African Americans — offers new hope for these patients. With this groundbreaking knowledge, scientists now will seek to develop treatments that target the distinct nature of the disease in African Americans — and, they hope, begin to reduce the devastation disproportionately wrought on this population.

The findings, published in the Jan. 12 edition of PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), only became possible because of technological advances in gene sequencing and computational analysis. The study that revealed this invaluable information ultimately involved review of 1.5 billion bits of data.

“This milestone study builds on our previous genetic research on colorectal cancer,” said Sanford Markowitz, MD, PhD, corresponding author on the study, and principal investigator of the $11.3 million federal gastrointestinal cancers research program (GI SPORE) that includes this project. “It illustrates the extraordinary impact that dedicated, collaborative teams can make when they combine scientific experience and ingenuity with significant investment.” …

Naturally such significant investments will require significant returns.   Disaster capitalists always find a way, in this case by ensuring (via research funding or lack of funding) medicine’s continued blindness to the importance of adequate (i.e. paleo-normal levels of) vitamin D, especially for dark skinned people living in northern latitudes.   It’s getting hard to overlook the pattern here.  D-mediated  premature birth, preeclampsia, cancer, flu and covid infection and mortality are all functioning as depopulation levers for the invisible government.   Eugenics with a smily face.

Vitamin D Levels Linked to Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk

A study by an international group of researchers from organizations including the American Cancer Society finds that higher levels of vitamin D in the blood is associated with a lower risk for getting colorectal cancer. Previous studies have suggested a link but were inconclusive. The new study was published online June 14, 2018 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

The researchers combined data from 17 prospective studies, which is a type of study that follows people over time to try to determine why some of them get a certain disease, in this case colorectal cancer. The analysis is the largest to date, using data from about 12,800 people. All participants were tested for vitamin D levels in their blood before diagnosis. Often, this measure was taken when they initially joined the study. They became part of the new analysis because they developed colorectal cancer. Another group was matched to the study group by age, race and date of blood draw. These “matched” controls were people who did not have colorectal cancer. All the blood was tested or re-tested using the same method at the same medical laboratory for consistency.

The importance of vitamin D

Vitamin D has long been known to be needed for bone health. Participants in the study were considered to have enough levels of vitamin D in their blood if they met the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) suggested levels of circulating vitamin D based on evidence for maintaining healthy bones.

The study found that people with deficient serum vitamin D levels according to the NAM definition had a 31% higher risk of colorectal cancer during the length of time they were followed, which was an average of 5 ½ years (the full range was 1-25 years). The lowest colorectal cancer risk was found in people who had circulating vitamin D levels even higher than the NAM recommendation for sufficient concentrations. However, the risk did not continue to decrease for the very highest levels of vitamin D concentrations the study looked at.

According to Marji McCullough, ScD, RD, American Cancer Society epidemiologist and co-first author of the study, the findings indicate there may be a target range of circulating vitamin D levels that may be associated with lowest risk for colorectal cancer. She said, “What’s optimal for colorectal cancer may be different for what’s optimal for bone health.” In the US, laboratories often use different methods when measuring vitamin D status than were used in this study, and may have different definitions from NAM of how much is needed to be healthy.

However, these findings do not change current public health policy….

Naturally.   Science hardly ever changes public health policy unless there’s a profit angle.

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Texas AG sues Biden administration over ‘perilous’ deportation freeze

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued the Biden administration over the “unlawful and perilous” 100-day pause on deportation of illegal immigrants, claiming it would put Americans in danger.

“I won’t tolerate unlawful acts from Joe Biden’s administration,” Paxton said in a tweet. “Today, I am taking action.”

“Our state defends the largest section of the southern border in the nation. Failure to properly enforce the law will directly and immediately endanger our citizens and law enforcement personnel,” Paxton said in his statement.

“DHS itself has previously acknowledged that such a freeze on deportations will cause concrete injuries to Texas. I am confident that these unlawful and perilous actions cannot stand,” he added. “The rule of law and security of our citizens must prevail.”


W.H.O. Says Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 Vaccine Is Safe for the Elderly after Norway Questioned Its Role in Numerous Deaths

The World Health Organization said Friday that it still recommends the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 shot with an expert panel it convened finding no evidence implicating it in the deaths of elderly people, after Norway’s medicines authority said there was no certain connection when 23 elderly patients died shortly after receiving the vaccine.

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Hundreds of climate scientists demand immediate end to Bill Gates’ genocidal “solar dimming” project

(Natural News) One of humanity’s primary sources of life, the sun, is under attack by genocidal maniac Bill Gates, who wants to artificially “dim” it with aerosols in order to stop “global warming.” A growing cohort of scientists, however, is saying no way.

The Calgary-based Friends of Science Society has issued a press release calling on Harvard University to stop working with Gates to “chemtrail” the sky in an attempt to block out the sun. Doing this presents serious atmospheric risks, not to mention unintended consequences that could result in an extinction-level event (ELE).

Researchers Roger Pielke Jr. and Justin Ritchie found that Gates’ projections are all wrong to begin with, and there is no actual climate emergency. Further, the originator of the project to blast chemicals into the sky, Prof. David Keith, has openly admitted that “many thousands will die” from the experiment.

Seeing as how Gates is the same billionaire “philanthropist” who claims to care about the thousands of people who have supposedly died from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), hence his push for mass vaccination, it defies logic that he would now want to kill untold thousands more by blocking out the sun.

“‘Solar dimming’ geoengineering would inject sulphur dioxide particulate matter into the atmosphere, thus creating a human-caused ‘cloud’ to dim the incoming warming effect of the sun, to counteract human-caused global warming, which Bill Gates claims is causing a ‘climate disaster’ in the title of his upcoming book,” the press release reads…..

At least 80% of people with diabetes also have fatty liver

(Natural News) As an organ the size of a football, the liver plays an outsized role in maintaining good health. It filters out toxins in the bloodstream, breaks down fats, stores nutrients and balances energy metabolism. It also breaks down alcohol in the blood and helps create proteins responsible for blood clotting.

This being said, the effects of an unhealthy liver can ripple through the body and increase your risk of various diseases. Dr. Kenneth Cusi, an endocrinologist at the University of Florida, said that non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and Type 2 diabetes are closely linked. Cusi found that at least 80 percent of diabetics also have a fatty liver.

“When I was in medical school, people thought obesity-related fat in the liver was an innocent bystander,” Cusi said. “Now endocrinologists are starting to realize this is a problem that hits home.”

Fatty liver disease is frequently undiagnosed

NAFLD is the buildup of extra fat in the liver that is not caused by alcohol. It is normal for the liver to contain some fat. But if more than five to 10 percent of its weight is fat, then it is considered to be a “fatty liver.”

Many studies have shown that NAFLD contributes to diabetes. In a 2011 study, American and Korean researchers concluded that fatty liver strongly predicts the future development of Type 2 diabetes. In a 2007 study, Japanese researchers identified NAFLD as a diabetes risk factor.

The liver plays an important role in regulating blood sugar levels. As one of the glucose reservoirs, it stores excess glucose in the form of glycogen. When the body is running low on energy, it converts glycogen back into glucose to keep the body up and running.

Because the liver plays such a central role, fat buildup in the organ makes it harder to control blood sugar levels. “When you get fatty liver, diabetes is harder to control,” Cusi said.

But many diabetics with a fatty liver are not aware that they have the condition. Cusi said NAFLD is typically undiagnosed due to a lack of awareness among some physicians, as well as the hidden nature of the disease.

Fatty liver often causes no observable symptoms until the disease has progressed into cirrhosis, the late stage of liver scarring. The most reliable way to diagnose it is through a liver biopsy, an invasive and expensive procedure. Other options such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound scans are cheaper but less precise. Physical exams and blood tests are wholly inaccurate.

“That’s why it’s so hard for clinicians. Even [patients’] liver enzymes can be normal,” said Cusi.

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Fauci Announces the US Will Rejoin the World Health Organization, Promises to Give Them Our Money

Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is now serving as Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, announced that the president has reversed the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization.

Fauci will be leading the U.S. delegation.

“I am honored to announce that the United States will remain a member of the World Health Organization,” Fauci told a virtual meeting of the WHO.

“The United States also intends to fulfil its financial obligations to the organization,” he added….