#93 Why Dr. William Makis is th Most Censored Oncologist - Part 1

Dr. William Makis, a renowned oncologist, shares his fascinating journey and insights into a new variety of cancer treatment. He discusses the limitations of traditional oncology and the emergence of alternative treatment approaches, particularly in the context of aggressive cancers. He also highlights the impact of COVID-19 vaccines on cancer behavior and presents compelling evidence of a new pathophysiology in cancer development. The conversation covers a range of topics related to genetic material delivery, SV40 contamination, DNA integration, chlorine dioxide, and the impact of vaccines on healthcare workers. It also delves into alternative treatment approaches for cancer and the importance of information accessibility. Keywords oncology, cancer treatment, alternative approaches, COVID-19 vaccines, pathophysiology, aggressive cancers, genetic material, lipid nanoparticles, SV40, DNA integration, chlorine dioxide, healthcare workers, vaccines, cancer treatment, alternative approaches, information accessibility Takeaways Dr. Makis shares his personal journey as an immigrant and his extensive background in oncology, highlighting the success of targeted radionuclide therapy in curing end-stage cancer patients. The limitations of traditional oncology and the need for alternative treatment approaches are discussed, emphasizing the importance of exploring non-conventional methods for aggressive cancers. The impact of COVID-19 vaccines on cancer behavior is highlighted, revealing a shift in cancer presentation, aggressiveness, and resistance to conventional treatments. Dr. Makis presents compelling evidence of a new pathophysiology in cancer development, attributing it to the genetic components and systemic effects of the COVID-19 vaccines. Genetic Material Delivery: The use of lipid nanoparticles to deliver genetic material throughout the body presents a new and unprecedented challenge. SV40 Contamination: The presence of SV40, a virus that can cause cancer in humans, in DNA plasmids of vaccines adds complexity to the situation and raises concerns about its potential contribution to cancer formation. DNA Integration: The possibility of DNA contamination being integrated into the genome of vaccinated individuals is a crucial area of study, with implications for long-term health effects and genetic harm. Chlorine Dioxide: The discussion around chlorine dioxide as a potential treatment option for various health conditions, including its safety, efficacy, and the controversy surrounding its use. Impact on Healthcare Workers: The adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines on healthcare workers, including immune system damage, excess mortality rates, and the mental health challenges faced by medical professionals. Alternative Cancer Treatment: The exploration of alternative treatment approaches for cancer, including fasting, ketogenic diet, repurposed drugs, bioactive compounds, and the importance of information accessibility for such treatments.