“HPV Vaccine Injured Girls: I am Not a Coincidence” on Holy Hormones Honey! November 7

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Yesterdays’ informative interview on vaccinations and specifically Gardasil is now posted on VoiceAmerica. If you are following this program you will begin to understand that injecting toxins and chemicals into our body’s and especially our infant’s sweet sacred body’s is not only bad science – it is bad for our heath. Some day – soon we will once again realize that the risks of vaccines far outweigh the benefits – as with every other drug on the market.

Allison Chapman & Brittney Fiste
HPV Vaccine Injured Girls: I am Not a Coincidence
Holy Hormones Honey!
November 7
VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
Noon ET; 11 am CT; 10 am MT; 9 am PT

In 2006, Merck & Co. rolled out the award-winning “One Less Girl to Get Cervical Cancer” campaign to encourage parents to get their girls vaccinated against four strains of the Human Papillomavirus. Until that time, HPV was unheard of.  In the past 7 years, over 31,740 adverse reactions and 144 deaths from the HPV vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix have been reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Many of these events have been life threatening and resulted in permanent disability.  Yet the government is claiming the injuries are a ‘co-incidence’ after vaccination.  The Canary Party, a movement created to stand up for the victims of medical injury, environmental toxins and industrial foods has initiated a video campaign to educate consumers about the potential dangers of the HPV vaccines. The vaccine-injured girls in the video are speaking out to reclaim their lives and dignity by emphatically stating “I am not a coincidence.”

Guest Bio

Allison Chapman

Chapman attended Northeastern University. She was a restaurant and bar manager until she became the mother of three beautiful children;  two allison chapmandaughters and a son with regressive autism, seizures, apraxia, gastrointestinal and esophageal inflammation.  Since the autism regression in 2001 Chapman has dedicated years to environmental, medical and education research, advocacy and activism. She has met with many state and federal legislators to educate them on the autism epidemic, the medical co-morbidities that go undetected and the needs of the community. Chapman provided them with a wealth of scientific information validating probable environmental contributions to the epidemic and pointing to the fact that autism, for children like her son, is a medical condition.

She has testified and advocated for parental rights, and fought to re-institute a respect for parental observations as an integral part of the medical discovery process.  She has advocated with the Autism Action Network, formerly A-CHAMP and since 2011 has been co-leader for the Massachusetts chapter of the Canary Party.  Currently, Allison is on the Board of the Canary Party.

Britt Fiste

Britt FisteFiste is a 27 year old woman from Ohio. She was formally a vibrant communications major and avid singer before being disabled by the vaccine, Gardasil. Today she has become a spokeswoman and outspoken opponent against the HPV vaccines. It is her desire to prevent anyone else from being harmed by these dangerous vaccines.





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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.