Here comes the big pay-off from the collateral damage from C19 injections – 40 bucks for a double dose then thousands for treatment of adverse events.
Quick side note: the mouse pad of my laps top is not functioning, no select or drag and drop or resizing available so severely impaired functionality. Seeking fixes.
“Thousands of cancer patients across the United States are unable to access life-saving treatments and medicines due to chronic widespread shortages, according to recent data.”
“Between 2021 and 2022, new drug shortages increased by nearly 30 percent, according to the report. By the end of 2022, active drug shortages were at a record five-year high of 295.”
Here is the 41 page Senate Report from March 2023:
The report has this in its conclusion:
“Congress should also require DOD, DHS, and HHS to jointly engage in routine supply chain risk assessments to identify potential national security concerns. Until the federal government and industry strengthen efforts to jointly assess and address their underlying causes, drug shortages will remain a consistent health and national security risk.”
I wonder how many of the C19 doses contained base ingredients from China before they were “finished” in European and American plants? You know the doses that were contaminated with DNA (from monkey kidneys?) and unremoved e-coli bacteria?
I also wonder whether the DOD, DHS and HHS have the willingness or competence to check the compliance quality of all imports from China – sampling drugs over the entire period of supply.
The Senate Report wants drugs to be on-shored or “near-shored”.
Back to the NTD article:
“According to a U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs report (pdf) published in March, shortages of drugs—including those used to treat cancer, prescription medications, and even common over-the-counter treatments such as children’s cold and flu medicine—are increasing, lasting longer, and severely affecting patient care.”
Makes you wonder if the Europeans are experiencing the same supply shortages, right? And Canada, UK, Australia, NZ and all the other highly injected countries – especially Japan.
Are cancer treatment shortages linked to the outbreaks of “turbo cancers”?
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