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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.

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.

The consequence of public sun-avoidance is extremely serious and contributes to as many premature deaths as from tobacco smoking, which WHO themselves estimates to 8 million people every year.

The Supervisory Board also raises the concerns if this classification in MONO55 really was meant for combatting cancer or if it was a part of a scheme to get rid of sun-exposure as a competitor to chemical products made by pharmaceutical companies?

“In the wake of the COVID-19 endemic, it is extremely important for an organization like WHO to distance itself from any corporate influence that can have negative consequences on public health”, explains the Chairperson of WHO Supervisory Board, Dr. C.O. Rupta.

Dr. Rupta, continues: “The level of negative consequences corresponds to more than one Holocaust every year and we have to find a way to make those involved in the process responsible for this gigantic crime against humanity”.

And, further: “The Supervisory Board like to thank Mr. Olsson for bringing this to our attention with his paper ‘Sunlight a Carcinogen – Combatting Cancer or Crushing a Competitor', published on Academia.edu“.

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