October 20, 2023 (updated October 23, 2023 – 10:57 p.m.)
SOLIHULL, WEST MIDLANDS — This blogger considers himself to be fairly intelligent. Part of the reason for that is information retention, even from 40 years ago. One important fact learned as a young child was about the human heart.
The reason it is so important to take care of your heart is because cardiac cells and tissues stop regenerating in your teen years or sooner. Research has affirmed this premise several times over. There’s been the occasional study that challenges scientific orthodoxy, and shows that heart tissue does slowly regenerate in adulthood. But most scientists agree that the only way to regenerate heart tissue is with stem cells.
Cancer develops and spreads via replicating malignant cells in the affected area of the body. There’s bone cancer, brain cancer, breast cancer, testicular cancer, colorectal cancer, tongue cancer, etc. Every part of the human body is susceptible to cancer. But since cardiac cells and tissue do not replicate, there can be no heart cancer. At least that’s what this blogger believed before this week, and before the mRNA injections were released onto humanity.
Who is Kirsty Smitten?
Dr. Kirsty Smitten was well on her way to making a major impact in the pharmaceutical industry. She enrolled at the University of Sheffield (U.K.) right after high school in 2012.
Dr. Smitten began working on her PhD at Sheffield in 2016. She focused on a phenomenon called antimicrobial resistance – when bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens change over time and become resistant to medications. Dr. Smitten developed at least 25 new compounds that would become antibiotics to treat drug-resistant pathogens. She earned a spot on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list in 2020.
Dr. Smitten earned her doctorate from Sheffield and started her own pharmaceutical company – MettalloBio in 2021. She received funding from big Pharma companies and via an award from the Royal Society of Chemistry. Dr. Smitten was well on her way to making a major impact in the pharmaceutical industry; and she was only 29.
Heart cancer diagnosis and death
Dr. Smitten was diagnosed with a very rare heart cancer called angiosarcoma on January 24.
Heart cancer in general affects only 1.38 people per 100,000 per year. Angiosarcoma is even more rare, affecting just one person per one million in the United States every year. It affects one in two million globally per year. It’s so rare that very little research and development is done on treatments for the disease. Most cardiologists will never see a case of angiosarcoma in their entire careers. Thus once you are diagnosed with it…
Dr. Smitten started both TikTok and Instagram pages to document her angiosarcoma experience. It all started on November 18, 2022. She went to the emergency room due to chest pains. Dr. Smitten had an elevated D-Dimer score, indicating blood clots in her body. She also had an enlarged heart (myocarditis). But she wasn’t diagnosed with heart cancer until two months later.
Again, most cardiologists have never and will never see heart cancer in their careers. So it’s difficult to diagnose. Dr. Smitten accepted that her life was over shortly after diagnosis. The following Instagram post is from January 28.
Dr. Smitten started the first of 18 rounds of mustard gas (“chemo”) therapy on February 8. She described the obvious adverse effects from putting that stuff in your body.
Dr. Smitten was already reminiscing about her old life by February 21.
She reported on March 3 that the heart tumor shrank significantly after several rounds of chemotherapy.
She believed the smaller tumor was now operable. But the global medical industrial complex is what it is. Dr. Smitten was told she’d have a video call with a cardiac surgeon on April 21. But somehow there was a mix-up and the call did not happen. It completely devastated Dr. Smitten, who had built herself up for that moment.
Dr. Smitten turned 29 years old on April 26, and celebrated with friends. She reported on May 3 that her oncologist and cardiologist believed they could remove most of the tumor. The surgery took place on June 10. But said surgery simply bought Dr. Smitten a little more time. She posted a very sad, heart-wrenching update on June 29.
“You can’t survive something that no one has ever survived,” she said while crying.
Dr. Smitten continued with the chemotherapy. Her last Instagram update came on August 22. The cancer spread and things were not looking good.
Dr. Smitten passed away on October 4.
Hate writing these stories
There’s no definitive evidence that Dr. Smitten received the injections. But there is plenty of circumstantial evidence that would hold up in a civil lawsuit by the preponderance thereof.
Further, there is an angiosarcoma Facebook group. Several people reported being diagnosed after receiving the injections. That one in two million thing is long over now.
Again, this blogger had no idea that there was even a such thing as heart cancer. The lethal injections literally can cause any and all ailments in the human body.
A human being wrote this article (not AI) about another human being. Dr. Smitten seemed like such a sweetheart, and had her whole life ahead of her. These types of stories are depressing to write and research; and make you question the purpose of even doing this anymore. The worst part is that this woman worked in the industry that ultimately killed her.
A GoFundMe page is collecting funds for a Kirsty Smitten memorial soccer game. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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