50+ Cancer ICD Codes with above-normal number of deaths in 2021-2023 – 25 from Massachusetts, 41 from Minnesota
The very word is fraught with emotion. Cancer is the second leading killer in the US, claiming over 600,000 lives annually. It is probably the most dreaded word one can hear from your doctor, a signal that an individual’s life, or that of a loved one, is about to be upended and maybe ended outright.
One of the more hotly contested public health issues right now is the debate over whether there is a significant degree of excess cancer incidence or death, and whether such an increase could be attributed to the Covid vaccines among other factors. Given the profound stakes, if there would be even a potential signal that some cancers might be occurring more than normal, it would urgently require a rigorous, thorough, and most importantly, honest investigation to get to the bottom of whatever the data indicating possible excess cancers is representing.
A rise in cancer rates, even by a seemingly trivial percentage, would translate into thousands of excess deaths per year. An increase of a few percentage points could easily burst into the tens of thousands.
Unfortunately, there seems to be an obvious and alarming signal in mortality data showing abnormal numbers of a range of cancers as gleaned from compiling individual death certificates from the states of Massachusetts and Minnesota that we had previously obtained.
Using the death certificates going back all the way to 2015, this author and supporters charted the trends for various cancers as categorized by the ICD-10 diagnostic database used by the CDC to code Causes of Death-on-death certificates. The discovery was jarring that there seems to be excess numbers of deaths attributed to number of cancers from 2021 or later.
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