Reports show that the HPV vaccine has left teen blind and is ineffective against Cervical Cancer

American Chronicle

by Christina England
February 27, 2010

A teenage girl aged sixteen has been left blind after the HPV vaccine according to a report shown by the One Click News group who reported yesterday that a perfectly healthy girl was left almost totally blind, just 10 days after her second HPV vaccine. The report states that initially, there was a visual loss reported in the right eye with a left side headache, however, these symptoms worsened over the next 24 hours to include her left eye with a more severe headache. The report states –

“It is possible that human papilloma virus was the precipitant for the demyelinating event in the patient presented here. It is tempting to speculate whether there may be a specific immune mechanism initiated with human papilloma virus not yet identified, which resulted in not only acute demyelinating encephalomyelitis but also in an unusual clinical course that resulted in persistent visual loss.”

However, research shows that this is not the only reported case of eye problems following a HPV vaccine. In a paper by Steven M Cohen MD Multiple Evanescent White Dot Syndrome After Vaccination for Human Papilloma Virus and Meningococcus he reports of a case where a 17 year old presented with eye problems after she had the HPV vaccine and Meningococcus vaccine which are two vaccines recommended by the CDC to be given together. Cohen writes –

“Multiple evanescent white dot syndrome is a rare cho­rioretinopathy causing transitory vision loss, usually in fe­males and generally in one eye. In 2007, widespread vac­cination of older children against human papilloma virus and meningococcus was recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A 17-year-old girl pre­sented with multiple evanescent white dot syndrome 1 month after receiving these two vaccinations.”

These cases are more evidence pointing to the dangers of this vaccine. One could say these conditions presented themselves too long after the vaccines to be related and this is a tactic often used by Governments and Big Pharma to avoid accountability especially when it comes to vaccines induced injuries. However, Dr Diane Harper, an expert, who worked in the vaccine trials says that the majority of vaccine injuries actually occur in what she calls the ‘biologically plausible time frame’ which is, she says, up to 42 days after a vaccine.

In fact it is a well known fact amongst many professionals that adverse reactions to vaccines can occur weeks after a vaccine. A fact sheet for adverse reactions to vaccines states that-

“Most reactions occur within minutes to a few days of vaccination. Live vaccines, such as MMR and chickenpox may have reactions 1-4 weeks following immunization. Killed or subunit vaccines such as Pentacel (DTaP-IPV-Hib) can have reactions up to 7 days later. Immune-mediated events may occur up to 8 weeks following vaccination.”

It is a pity that those in authority do not, or will not, take this on board. Could this be more to do with the fact that if they dare to acknowledge this important issue then more adverse reactions would be reported and this could be very damaging to both big pharma and governments alike?



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.