Interview with Freda Birrell: Exposing HPV vaccination risks

Examiner.com

May 31, 6:19 PMVaccines ExaminerNorma Erickson

Freda Birrell, from Scotland, spent a good part of her life as a political activist. She believes in justice and fighting for what is right. When a friend from North Carolina contacted her with questions about HPV vaccines, her first instinct was to check out the facts.

Vaccines at birth could result in Ritalin for breakfast aged 5

American Chronicle

May 30, 2010

by Christina England

Big Pharma’s only interest in society today is profit. Healthy people are of no use to them whatsoever, after all a healthy person does not need a cure. So bearing this in mind a few adverse reactions here and there do not worry the likes of Glaxo Smith Kline, Merck and Eli Lilly because where there is an adverse reaction there is the chance to prescribe another drug.

MP calls for compulsory vaccination to avoid cancer

Asiaone Health

Sun, May 30, 2010
The Straits Times

By Judith Tan

TWO vaccines available here can protect women against a virus which causes cervical cancer, a disease which kills one woman here every five days.

Yet, only three in 100 women have gone for it.

One major obstacle: ignorance.

Few women here know that the human papilloma virus (HPV) can give rise to cervical cancer, the sixth most common cancer among women here, with nearly one case diagnosed every day.

Another obstacle: cost.

The two vaccines, one produced by Merck Sharp & Dohme and the other by GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, cost $400 for a series of three jabs – not cheap for some women.

Gardasil Blood Clots Are Not An Acceptable Consequence of Vaccination

Article Directory

29.05.2010 | Author: sibleyhaley | Posted in Health & Disease

After spending several years in pre-med, I switched to Journalism and graduated from college with an understanding of medical issues combined with a reporter’s curiosity. In those days, a side effect like Gardasil blood clots might have slipped under the radar, but I like to think that pharmaceutical companies face more scrutiny today.

Should you go for cervical cancer vaccination?

The Temasek Review

Singapore

May 29, 2010

It was reported in Channel News Asia yesterday that only 3 percent of the population is vaccinated against cervical cancer which is the second most common cancer among Singapore women after breast cancer.

Cervical cancer vaccination is not compulsory in Singapore though it is recommended by the Ministry of Health.

Your health depends on clinical trial results, how reliable are they?

Examiner.com

May 29, 9:00 PMHealthy Living ExaminerNorma Erickson

Every single day, doctors make life or death decisions regarding your health based on information from clinical trials. What happens when the information they base their decisions on is inaccurate, or misleading?

VRM: Council On Foreign Relations 10/16/09- Major Influence on Government Vaccine Policy

Vaccine Resistance Movement

13th March 2010 – By Joel Lord

On October 16th, 2009 the Council on Foreign Relations, a powerful Globalist think tank met in New York to discuss policy advisement measures on the Government’s H1N1 program. The minutes of the symposium reveal various techniques employed behind the scenes to influence the ‘herd’; including using artificial scarcity to increase demand, blatant fear mongering & counter measures to quell the “anti-vaccine movement”. The program was clearly in disarray.

FDA Licensure of Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV4, Gardasil) for Use in Males and Guidance from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)

Weekly

May 28, 2010 / 59(20);630-632

On October 16, 2009, the Food and Drug Administration licensed quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV4; Gardasil, Merck & Co. Inc.) for use in males aged 9 through 26 years for prevention of genital warts caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) types 6 and 11.

The Death of the Blockbuster Drug

Forbes.com
The Science Business – a healthcare blog
May 28, 2010

Matthew HerperBio
Matthew Herper is a senior editor at Forbes

Big drug companies used to ignore medicines that wouldn’t be prescribed to millions of patients. These days they seem to be unable to invent any.

Gardasil is a Bad Idea Part II

The Skeptics Health Journal Club

May 26, 2010

by Paul Paul D Maher, MD MPH

In Part one we looked at some reasons to suppose that Gardasil will likely have zero affect on cervical cancer rates and may make things worse. These may be summarized as:

* There is zero direct clinical evidence that Gardasil decreases cervical cancer rates. The FDA approval was made based off an effect on immunity to human papilloma virus.
* Western medicine does not have a great track record in treating cancer, let alone trying to prevent it decades down the line.
* There has never been a preventive cancer vaccine that has been seen to work in the past.