Cervarix – An Injection of the Truth …

American Chronicle
By Christina England
May 10, 2009

Cervarix An Injection of Truth

Cervarix An Injection of Truth

Scenario – young teenage girl with a possible lowered immune system and a pre-existing genetic syndrome which includes a heart condition, has a vaccine, within hours she falls ill. Over the next few days she deteriorates, within a week she is lying in hospital seemingly paralysed. Tests are carried out but they all come back negative. The child has one infection after another and does not improve. The mother wants answers, she wants to know why this has happened, she wants to know how this could have happened and all the while the child’s health is deteriorating. Every time vaccines are mentioned as a possible cause for the child’s health problem the subject is quickly changed. The days go on and no answers are found for why the young girl is so ill and in so much pain. Suddenly, social services are called in and mother is accused of abuse, she is told that there is nothing wrong with her child The social services say that the abuse is keeping the teenager ill when there is nothing wrong and she is told she that her child does not need a wheelchair and should go home and be encouraged to walk. Mother is unable to take her child home as there are steps leading up to the front door and it is not suitable for a teenager who is not able to walk up the stairs to the bathroom.


In the UK in September 2008 Gardasil’s baby sister Cervarix was born and with it came a huge publicity launch. In every newspaper, magazine and even on television there appeared adverts advertising a vaccine that could see an end to Cervical Cancer. It seemed that Glaxo Smith Kline had done it again but was Cervarix the miracle well researched vaccine we were led to believe it was? In September 2008 every doctor in Britain received a copy of the GP magazine as usual, a magazine full of adverts and facts about the latest medical breakthroughs, treatments and surgery. In this magazine appeared the Cervarix advert and with it a CD Rom. The only difference between the advert the GP’s received and the ones the public saw was some information tucked away in the small print.This information is very important because it states:

“There is no data on the use of Cervarix in subjects with impaired immune responsiveness”

“Duration of protection has not been fully established”

“Timing and need for a booster has not been investigated”



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.