Did Japan Declare Emergency Over mRNA Vaccine Cancers?!

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Did Japan just declare a national emergency over the explosion of cancer cases from mRNA vaccines?! Take a look at the viral claim, and find out what the facts really are!


Claim : Japan Declares Emergency Over mRNA Vaccine Cancers!

People are sharing an article (archive) by The People’s Voice (formerly NewsPunch), which claimed that Japan just declared a national emergency over the explosion of cancer cases from mRNA vaccines!

Here is an excerpt of the long and (intentionally?) confusing article. Feel free to skip to the next section for the facts!

Japan Declares Emergency Over ‘Explosion of mRNA Cancers’

Japan has declared a national emergency over the explosion of cancer cases across the country caused by the mRNA vaccines.

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Did Japan Declare Emergency Over mRNA Vaccine Cancers?!


Truth : Japan Did Not Declare Emergency Over mRNA Vaccine Cancers!

This is yet another example of fake news created / promoted by The People’s Voice, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : Japan Did Not Declare Emergency Over mRNA Vaccine Cancers!

Let me start by quickly pointing out that Japan did not declare any national emergency over mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

If that actually happened, it would have been reported worldwide. Yet, no legitimate media reported on such a shocking development, because it never happened.

Unsurprisingly, The People’s Voice article did not provide any actual evidence that Japan declared a national emergency over the mRNA vaccines for COVID-19.

Fact #2 : Japan Has Not Announced Any Vaccine Ban

On top of that, Japan’s Health Ministry has not announced any ban of the COVID-19 vaccines.

It only announced that it will no longer be providing the COVID-19 vaccines for free, from 1 April 2024 onwards.

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Fact #3 : Study Did Not Show Cancer Deaths From mRNA Vaccines

These claims appear to be based on a Japanese study by Miki Gibo et. al. called “Increased Age-Adjusted Cancer Mortality After the Third mRNA-Lipid Nanoparticle Vaccine Dose During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Japan” (PDF).

While the study appears to be peer-reviewed, Cureus relies on “post-publication peer-review”, which means Cureus relies on the scientific community to peer-review the papers after publication.

Even if the paper was properly peer-reviewed by a prestigious journal, that would only be the first step in the scientific review process, which would include replication and verification, as well as criticism by other members of the scientific community.

More importantly, the study only performed statistical analysis of publicly-available data to look at whether there has been any increase in cancer deaths. While such studies may suggest a potential issue with the COVID-19 vaccines, they cannot prove any correlation, much less causation.

In fact, the authors themselves admitted at the end of their paper that their findings have “not been clinically validated“, and that “further studies” are warranted.

The perceived surge in cancer deaths in 2021 and 2022 can, for example, be due to disrupted cancer screening and/or treatments during the COVID-19 pandemic. After all, Japan declared a national emergency over COVID-19 on 7 April 2020, which was expanded to all 47 prefectures on 16 April. This was lifted and then reinstated in 2020 and 2021.

It is also possible, even likely, that cancer patients died after being infected by the more virulent Delta variant, and the more infectious Omicron variant, that spread in 2021 and 2022. Cancer patients are, after all, more likely to die from COVID-19 than healthy people, and most COVID-19 deaths in Japan occurred in 2021 and 2022, before fading away… thanks to the COVID-19 vaccines!

I covered the study in greater detail in a separate article, which you can read if you need more details.

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Japan daily COVID-19 deaths 2020-2024

Fact #4 : Turbo Cancer Does Not Exist

I should also point out that there is no such thing as “turbo cancer”, and after billions of doses have been administered worldwide in the past 3 years – there is still no evidence that any COVID-19 vaccine can cause cancer, or make cancer go “turbo”.

The US National Cancer Institute also clearly states that there is no evidence that any COVID-19 vaccines cause cancer, lead to recurrence, or lead to disease progression. It also pointedly stated that COVID-19 vaccines do not change your DNA.

Fact #5 : The People’s Voice Is Known For Fake News

The People’s Voice is the current name for NewsPunch, which possibly changed its name because its brand has been so thoroughly discredited after posting numerous shocking but fake stories.

Founded as Your News Wire in 2014, it was rebranded as NewsPunch in November 2018, before becoming The People’s Voice. A 2017 BuzzFeed report identified NewsPunch as the second-largest source of popular fake news on Facebook that year.

Its articles have been regularly debunked as fake news, so you should never share anything from NewsPunch / The People’s Voice.  Here are some of its fake stories that I fact checked earlier:

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