Dr. Ute Kruger is a researcher and senior physician at Lunds University in Sweden. She's the Chief of Pathology, a field that she's worked in for the last 25 years, with a specialty in breast cancer diagnosis for the past 18 years. She's studied thousands of autopsies and breast cancer samples. She's extremely familiar with the industry and patient age, tumor size, and malignancy grade are all within her field of expertise and have had a natural rhythm throughout her career. That natural rhythm came to a halt in 2021 once the vaccine rollout began.
Doctors for Covid Ethics posted an interview with her where she shared her concerns about unusual features that have been showing up in samples from the past year.
Age – The average ages of the samples she received dropped, with a rise in the number of samples from people in their 30's-50's.
Size – It used to be unusual for Dr. Kruger to find a tumor 3 cm in size. In this new environment, she's regularly seeing tumors of 4 cm, 8 cm, 10 cm, and the occasional 12 cm. In a shocking anecdote, 2 weeks ago she found a 16 cm tumor that took up an entire breast.