Heartless anti-vaxxers tremble a cancer patient with a fake meme and accuse him of causing his own disease
- Nikhil Autar has been fighting an aggressive form of leukemia for eight years
- A meme who insinuated that vaccinated caused him to get cancer went viral
- Comments attacked Mr. Autar and criticized his position as a medical researcher
- & # 39; You have been abused and gas lit by a couple of psychopaths in white coats & # 39;
- Autar said he had been stubbornly attacked by anti-vaxxers for many years
A cancer patient has been ruthlessly deceived by anti-vaxxers who have accused him of causing his own disease.
The man from Sydney, Nikhil Autar, has been fighting an aggressive form of leukemia for eight years, but now he is also fighting vicious online trolls that say vaccination has given him cancer.
The meme who insinuated that vaccinated led him to get cancer, went viral on Facebook on Monday.
Medical researcher Nikhil Autar (photo) has been fighting for eight years against an aggressive form of leukemia, but now he is also fighting vicious online trolls that say vaccination gave him cancer
The meme (photo) made by anti-vaxxers who suggest that Nikhil Autar caused the use of vaccines that caused him to get cancer
The meme shows a smiling Mr. Autar before his diagnosis, where he appears during a fishing trip, and then after his diagnosis in a hospital bed with his skin damaged by leukemia treatment.
Comments about the position were directed at Mr. Autar, who criticized his position as a medical researcher and said that his use of vaccines was the cause of his illness.
& # 39; Sorry, but you could not get a more perfect picture of someone prostituted by large pharma & # 39 ;, is a comment. & # 39; He has been dosed on a cocktail of steroids, vaccines, pain relief, anti-inflammatory drugs and God knows what else. & # 39;
& # 39; I feel sorry for him, but if he dared to promote the fluvax, which is nothing more than an attack on his already slaughtered immune system, he could certainly handle the elephant in the room. & # 39;
& # 39; You have leukemia from vaccines, & # 39; says another comment. & # 39; You have been abused and gas-lit by a couple of psychopaths in white coats. You have to make a decision, although I know you won't. & # 39;
& # 39; Does his face look like this because of all the jabs he has taken? & # 39; another comment is. & # 39; His lungs will fail faster from fluvax than from possible pneumonia. & # 39;
Some heartless messages that Mr. Autar received from anti-vaxxer trolls
As a medical student and investigator of cancer vaccine, Mr. Autar said that accusation of causing his own cancer was & # 39; disappointing & # 39; is.
He said he was not only mocked for his looks, but also that he deserved & # 39; to be sick.
Although the meme was only shared online from Monday, the 25-year-old said he had been the victim of abuse by anti-vaxxer and anti-science groups for many years.
& # 39; The idea that someone would accuse someone of having their own cancer … it's disappointing, it's frustrating, & # 39; said Autar News.com.au.
& # 39; In fact, the reason why that meme hit a nerve was not because it detested my appearance or even made me look unhealthy. But more the idea that I caused my cancer. That this is somehow something that I deserve, and that is something that you hear a lot from people. & # 39;
Autar (photo) has completed 22 rounds of chemotherapy in his eight years of fighting cancer
Autar was first diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia when he was 17 and has completed 22 rounds of chemotherapy.
He went to his Facebook page on Wednesday to discuss the heartless trolls.
& # 39; Antivaxxers suck. But it is not like my first collision with them yesterday, & Mr. 39 placed.
& # 39; It should never be good to suggest that someone is responsible for his illness, especially when (a) that illness is not something he cannot work on and (b) when what you claim & # 39; the disease causes & # 39 ;, or your prescribed & # 39; remedy & # 39; & # 39 ;, has no effect on it. & # 39;
& # 39; But if they do or say crazy, and yes, cruel things like this, then point out how ruined that is. At the very least, you help the person being trampled. & # 39;
& # 39; No one deserves to handle this nonsense. Ever. & # 39;
Autar (photo) said he has been the victim of abuse of anti-vaxxer and anti-science groups for years
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