A Twitter user shared the horrific true story of how the lockdowns killed his mother:
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My mother died from covid while never having covid. At the beginning of the pandemic, she found a tiny lump the size of a dime on the back of her knee. No doctor would see her due to covid. A doctor diagnosed her with a “bakers cyst” on the phone and refused to see her.
Weeks and months went by and it continued to grow. She had zoom calls with doctors, no one would see her and still stuck by the cyst theory. The “cyst” grew outside of her skin and more zoom appointments led to antibiotics being prescribed as it ripped through her flesh. No one would see her. She could not get a doctor to see her and they all dismissed her.
I went and saw a baseball sized tumor on the back of her leg that was four different colors, open and seeping fluid everywhere. I immediately said “that’s cancer” and she said the doctor said it was an infected cyst. I brought her to the ER. I was removed by security because they wouldn’t let me in with her, to advocate for her and I decided I wasn’t going to be removed. She was treated for an infected cyst and released with no biopsy.
I found a dermatologist outside of her insurance and brought her. He immediately diagnosed it as a very likely sarcoma and biopsied it. It was malignant. Later