July 11, 2010
It is not often that I write a personal post – however, with over 18,600 adverse reactions from Gardasil and Cervarix and 75 deaths as reported to VAERS – with only 1 to 10% of the population reporting these events – it is important for people to know what Big Pharma is doing next and its implications for women world wide.
Gardasil is now mutating into Silgard and marketed in 110 to 130 smaller countries in Europe and the Far East.
India is now set to develop its own – less expensive HPV vaccine. India capable of producing lower-cost HPV vaccine
The first concern is the lack of adequate tracking systems in smaller countries for adverse reactions and deaths from HPV vaccines.
The VAERS reporting system only tracks those vaccines administered in the United States. There are a small percentage of women in other countries who are posting their adverse reactions to this system.
However, with the mutation of the HPV vaccines into new product names it is going to be impossible to track adverse reactions and deaths.
Big Pharma is also issuing reports on how the human papillomavirus is now linked to other cancers – of the skin etc. in the body – increasing the fear factor to increase vaccination rates. This is a genetically modified virus and does not replicate in the body unless prompted by the vaccine – which is why women already exposed to the virus AND who get the vaccine have a 44.6% increased rate of getting cervical cancer with Gardasil and 32. something % with Cervarix.
On a personal level, for those of us involved with TruthAboutGardasil.org it is going to make our job much more difficult in educating the public about potential HPV vaccine dangers and to track women who have had problems with the vaccine.
There I have said my piece. Big Pharma is savvy and they know exactly what they are doing in introducing mutated HPV vaccine names (same ingredients into the market.)
We must demand an independent study into the safety and efficacy of the HPV vaccines before more women are harmed.
This is a women’s issue and must be addressed for the sakes of our daughters.