Adenopathy is the medical term for swollen glands or swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy). It is not a specific disease but is an important symptom for a variety of underlying conditions. However, doctors may not be adequately trained to identify when jabs are responsible for causing the adenopathy.
The radiologist has said that he fears he will lose his job for reporting these vaccine-related observations, hence why he is speaking out anonymously. He revealed that in his practice, he sees about one case of unexplained adenopathy every six months. Although, once the covid-19 vaccines program was launched, the radiologist has seen around two to three cases of the symptom per day. This is approximately a 360-fold increase of the rare condition.
Lymph nodes play an incredibly important role in the body’s immune system as they carry lymph. The fluids that pass through the body’s tissues are first filtered through the lymph nodes. The lymphatic system is responsible for providing white blood cells to fight off infection. If the lymph nodes and glands are swollen, it often indicates that the body is fighting off a virus or bacteria, such as the common cold. Other symptoms that often accompany swollen lymph nodes are a runny nose, sore throat, earache, fever and tiredness.
Adenopathy can also be caused by certain medications and also injuries. An injury located anywhere in the body can cause oedema, causing the lymph nodes to swell up near the site of injury. It’s worth questioning whether the spike proteins in the mRNA vaccines could be damaging cells and tissues throughout the body.
Swollen lymph nodes and glands can, in some cases, indicate the presence of cancer in the body. The most common form of cancer involving the glands is lymphoma, which is a cancer of the lymphatic system. Adenopathy can also be a symptom of leukaemia, which is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow. Again, it’s worth questioning whether the covid jabs could be setting the body up for these types of cancers. However, short term evidence does not currently provide any answers. Long-term studies are currently underway and are being carried out as we speak.
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