Sunlight a carcinogen - combatting cancer or crushing a competitor

Classifying Sunlight a Carcinogen – Combatting Cancer or Crushing a Competitor?

The decision in IARC’s Monograph 55 to classify sunlight as a most dangerous carcinogen contains severe contradictory evidence and environmental fraud. Its consequence of public sun-avoidance contributes to as many premature deaths as smoking. Was the classification of sunlight as a carcinogen meant to combat cancer or to get rid of a competitor to the medical-industrial complex?

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WHO: “The 1992 Decision by IARC to Declare Sunlight a Group 1 Carcinogen is Wrong and a Crime Against Humanity”

Today, April 1st, 2021, the Supervisory Board in WHO presented a review of the decision in IARC’s Monograph 55 to classify sunlight as a most dangerous carcinogen. IARC, The International Agency for Research on Cancer, is the specialized cancer research agency of WHO. The review concludes that the decision is based on severe contradictory evidence and environmental fraud.

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Einstein About Tanning

What did Einstein know about tanning? Actually, it seems like quite a lot. Probably you know that Albert Einstein (1879-1955) is one of the great

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