Katie Couric Airs Gardasil Segment Shocking the World

Holy Hormones Journal: For those of you did not see the segment Katie Couric aired on prime time last week.

Death-by-HPV-VaccineMillions if not 100’s of millions of people have viewed this video.  Its impact has been huge. Of course, the naysayers have lashed out with article and comments such as the Forbes post by Matthew Herper.

However, Katie persevered and the comments keep coming in.  So many others have been injured by this vaccine.  Read through the comments here and here. 

Katie set up two difference comment threads on the HPV vaccine controversy. There have been over 8,000 comments

In a stunning move, health officials in the state of Utah banned Gardasil. (Not surprisingly- but still a big shock for Merck whose stock was already jolted by Japan’s suspension of the vaccine in addition to last week’s prime time show revealing the deaths, injuries and the lack of efficacy of it vaccine.) The health agencies director, David Blodgett  “cites other problems with Gardasil, namely that it was fast-tracked through the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and a belief that its benefits were oversold by drug maker Merck.”

The National Cervical Cancer Coalition sent out an email to its list citing that “Cervical cancer vaccines are a good thing. Let me repeat that: Cervical cancer vaccines are a good thing.”  How can something – anything be a ‘good thing’ if it has potentially injured the very population it was supposed to protect.

The world is slowly coming to understand that the risks of this vaccine far outweigh the benefits.

Now we are all going to slowly wake up to the causalities as more and more mothers and daughter’s start relating their ‘unexplained medical illnesses’ to the vaccine.


Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.