Did reptile expert and YouTuber Brian Barczyk die suddenly from turbo cancer?!
Take a look at the viral claim, and find out what the facts really are!
Claim : Brian Barczyk Died Suddenly From Turbo Cancer!
People are sharing a post on X (formerly Twitter), which claims or suggests that reptile expert and YouTuber Brian Barczyk died suddenly from turbo cancer!
Here is an excerpt from the long post, so feel free to skip right to the next section for the facts!
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Truth : Brian Barczyk Died From Pancreatic Cancer!
This appears to be yet another example of FAKE NEWS circulating on X (formerly Twitter), and here are the reasons why…
Fact #1 : Brian Barczyk Died From Pancreatic Cancer!
Brian Barczyk (born Brian Henry Barczyk on 6 September 1969) was an American reptile expert, YouTuber, and founder of the Reptarium Reptile Zoo and LegaSea Aquarium.
He was diagnosed with inoperable Stage 2 pancreatic cancer on 27 February 2023, but it quickly became Stage 4 after chemotherapy failed to cure him.
When he first shared publicly about his pancreatic cancer on 5 March 2023, he pointed out that the survival rate for pancreatic cancer is only 10%. He documented his battle against pancreatic over the next 10 months, and on 5 January 2024, he posted a final, extremely emotional goodbye video.
Brian Barczyk died at his home on Monday, 15 January 2024, after battling pancreatic cancer for some 10 months. He was 54 years old.
Fact #2 : Pancreatic Cancer Is A Silent Killer
Anti-vaccine activists are pointing to the speed at which Brian Barczyk died after his cancer diagnosis, calling it evidence of “turbo cancer” caused by the COVID-19 vaccine.
The truth is – pancreatic cancer is an insidious type of cancer that is rarely detected early when it is most curable. It is often called “the silent killer” because most patients do not experience any symptoms until the cancer is already in its advanced stage and has spread to other organs.
By the time people realise that they have pancreatic cancer, it is often too late to cure. That is why the 5-year survival rate is only 12.5%. But in some rare cases, when pancreatic cancer is detected early, patients can live for many years.
US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, for example, was diagnosed with early stage pancreatic cancer in 2009 – many years before COVID-19 vaccines were invented, and survived for more than a decade after undergoing surgery. However, Brian Barczyk was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer, which limited his options early on.
According to the American Society of Cancer, about 50,550 people die from pancreatic cancer every year in the United States. Even though pancreatic cancer only accounts for 3% of all cancers in the United States, it is responsible for 7% of all cancer deaths.
Just to be clear – there is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines or any other vaccine can cause pancreatic cancer, or cause it to go “turbo”. Pancreatic cancer is often detected in its late stages, and many patients die soon after diagnosis.
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Fact #3 : Brian Barczyk Was Fully-Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Brian Barczyk suffered from COVID-19 infections in the past, and was fully-vaccinated against COVID-19, as he detailed in his 7 September 2021 video.
However, this does not meant that the COVID-19 vaccines caused his pancreatic cancer, or “turbocharged” it so he died quickly. There is no evidence that any COVID-19 vaccine causes pancreatic cancer, or causes any cancer to develop faster.
If COVID-19 vaccines cause pancreatic cancer, we would see a surge of pancreatic cancers globally. Yet, there is no evidence of any pancreatic cancer surge.
Fact #4 : Turbo Cancer Does Not Exist
There is no such thing as “turbo cancer”, and there is no evidence that any COVID-19 vaccine can cause cancer, or make cancer go “turbo”.
Pancreatic cancer is often detected late, when it has already spread to other organs and is therefore, effectively incurable. Hence, the vast majority of pancreatic cancer patients die soon after their diagnosis.
In addition, Brian Barczyk was only diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer in February 2023. There isn’t even a plausible correlation (never mind causation) between his COVID-19 vaccinations in 2021, and his cancer diagnosis almost 2 years later!
Needless to say, anti-vaccine activists provide no evidence to back their claims that vaccinated people are dying from turbo cancer. Ironically, they even accused unvaccinated people (and fellow anti vaxxers) like Kirstie Alley of dying from turbo cancer!
Fact #5 : Brian Barczyk Did Not Age Rapidly From Vaccine
The claim that Brian Barczyk aged rapidly after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is absolutely bonkers, and easily proven false. Fortunately, Brian was a prolific YouTuber, with thousands of videos.
Anyone who looks at Brian Barczyk’s YouTube channel can see that he did not “age rapidly” after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in 2021. He only started appearing gaunt and aged after his pancreatic cancer diagnosis in February 2023.
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Fact #5 : Rapid Aging Is Not A Vaccine Side Effect
Aging rapidly is not a “side effect” of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. Needless to say, people making such claims offer zero evidence to back up those claims.
Think about it for a second. If rapid aging is a “common side effect” of mRNA vaccines, then many vaccinated people would look like old people right now.
Look around you – do you see rapid aging amongst the vaccinated? No, that’s because it’s utter nonsense.
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