The truth about the HPV vaccines or what they do not want you to know (Part 7)

Renew America

July 29, 2010

By Cynthia A. Janak

For those of you who have come to this article for the first time I would suggest that you start at the beginning of this series. All the information that was presented to the FDA on March 12th of 2010 starts with the information about HPV. My feelings are that it is best to get the whole story and not just part. Anyway, I want to thank you for being here.

For those of you that have been following this series I want to apologize for the delay in continuing the series. I have been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis triggered by a medication. The RA acted up in my hands making it difficult to type effectively so I had to stop for a little bit. It is better right now so here I am continuing the saga of the HPV vaccines.

In continuation, here is part 2 of “I am 18 and my friends and I received the Gardasil series. Why do I have an autoimmune disorder and they do not?”

As I stated in my previous article that “we determined was that there are three groups of young women that could be affected when they receive this vaccination series. They are:

Our research also found that there were three recurring reasons why the girls adversely injured had the potential to be affected; family history of allergies, elevated testosterone levels and hormone cycles.”

One of the subgroups of females affected by the Gardasil vaccine is those who are overweight. The relationship between this group and the athletic girls is once again, the hormone testosterone.

During the course of our interactions with overweight females it has been noticed especially with dark haired females that they have a certain amount of facial hair. This could be evident with a few strands on the chin or a mild mustache. Many have hair extending from above the ear to just above the jaw line. This is known as Hirutism and is caused by hormone imbalance.

In the publication from the Johns Hopkins University it is mentioned that “greater circulating levels of testosterone” as an important contributor to certain disease conditions. This elevated testosterone level in females could also be a contributing factor to why some of the girls affected by Gardasil happen to be overweight. (1)



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.