Holy Hormones Journal: Once again, friend and colleague, Christina England has researched and written a brilliant article detailing the proven fallacies of the HPV vaccines. Why isn’t the government listening? Why is Merck & Co determined to have every girl in the U.S. vaccinated with Gardasil by 2020? When will the madness stop. Oh, maybe when the CDC and FDA stop receiving a cut from every vaccine sold. HPV – means “Help Pay for Vioxx.” PERIOD.
HPV Vaccines Proven to Be Dangerous and Ineffective, So Why Are They Still Being Recommended For Our Children?
Article Commissioned by:
The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute
The Liberty Beacon
by Christina England
November 21, 2014
In 2008, Judicial Watch examined the FDA’s HPV vaccine records and issued a report outlining their concerns. Their report titled the Judicial Watch Special Report: Examining the FDA’s HPV Vaccine Records, detailed the approval process, side effects, safety concerns and the marketing practices of a what they called a large-scale public health experiment.
Judicial Watch stated:
“Analysis of the records shows:
• Gardasil is a prophylactic, preventative vaccine and will not treat pre-existing HPV infection. It is not a cancer vaccine or cure.
• Gardasil is not 100% effective against all HPVs. It is designed to protect against only four strains of HPV, even though there are over thirty strains including at least fifteen that can cause cancer.
• While Gardasil is the most expensive vaccine ever to be recommended by the FDA, its long-term effectiveness is unknown and could be as brief as only two to three years.
• During testing, an aluminum-containing placebo was used. Aluminum can cause permanent cell damage and is a reactive placebo, unlike most standard saline placebos. This means that tests of Gardasil may not have given an accurate picture of safety levels.
• Although some states are considering making it mandatory for young girls to get the Gardasil vaccine, it has only been tested with one other vaccine commonly given to children. There are ten commonly administered adolescent vaccines.
• Gardasil is still in the testing stages, and will not be fully evaluated for safety until September 2009. VAERS reports show that as many as eighteen people have died after receiving Gardasil.”
Their report, which was extremely worrying, highlighted several cases from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) website, including young women who developed warts, Guillian-Barre Syndrome, miscarriages and fatal blood clots after receiving the vaccine.
Judicial Watch stated:
“The fact that blood clotting is responsible for almost a fourth of all deaths involving Gardasil is extremely concerning, especially since most birth control drugs increase one’s risk of developing blood clots. Many girls and young women who receive Gardasil will already be taking birth control by the time they are vaccinated, and therefore the possibility that Gardasil may add to risk of blood clots is a serious issue that deserves attention.”
Their report indicated that there was no evidence to confirm whether or not the HPV vaccine could protect women against cervical cancer in the long-term and stated:
“There is proof that Gardasil will prevent about half of the high-grade precursors of cancer, but half will still occur. Hundreds of thousands of women who are vaccinated with Gardasil and get yearly Pap testing will still get high-grade dysplasia (cell abnormalities). Gardasil has been shown to prevent precancerous lesions, but it has been impossible to ascertain whether it will actually prevent cancer because the testing period has been so short. While young women occasionally get cervical cancer, it is far more common in women in their late forties. The average age of a cervical cancer patient is forty-eight years. Keeping this in mind, it could easily be decades before anyone truly knows if the Gardasil vaccine prevents cervical cancer.”
“Even without Gardasil, cervical cancer deaths have decreased drastically in the past several decades. The American Cancer Society estimates that deaths from cervical cancer declined 74% between 1955 and 1992, and that the rate continues to decrease by about 4% each year. Also, most cases occur in women in their forties. With these statistics in mind, one might ask whether Gardasil vaccination is absolutely necessary, especially for children. At this point in time, we do not know if it will prevent cancer, or whether it will have unforeseen consequences. The American public must ask themselves if Gardasil is really worth the risk. Fast-tracking drugs and vaccines before their safety has been fully evaluated is unethical and dangerous, and until more tests have been completed on Gardasil no vaccination mandates should be established.”
And they concluded that:
“Gardasil has not been tested thoroughly enough to know whether it will be safe or effective in the long term.
• Even if it shown that the Gardasil vaccine is effective, it is still unknown how long the vaccine lasts or if there will be a need for booster shots.
• Regardless of its potential to help prevent HPV and cancer, Gardasil should never be administered without a prescreening for HPV since it has the potential to make existing cases worsen.
• It is important that people remember that this vaccine will not eliminate the need for regular Pap screening. No vaccine is 100% effective, and Gardasil is designed to protect against only four strands of HPV.
• While Gardasil may be an important medical advance, it is unwise to compromise the health and safety of the American public, especially children, by mandating or marketing it before sufficient tests are concluded.”
Despite their report being issued six years ago, HPV vaccines have continued to be marketed around the world, with devastating consequences.