Holy Hormones Journal It appears that the replacement theory for other oncogenic strains of HPV post-vaccination with Gardasil and Cervarix is real. This is why there is an increase in abnormal pap smears, cervical dysplasia, and cervical cancer in a demographic of girls with a historically low incident rate. Since Gardasil and Cervarix have been Continue Reading …
What a week for Gardasil awareness. In the past few days – not only did this article appear but another Opinion piece appeared in the Montreal Gazette ‘Opinion: Questions about Gardasil’, and in the Buffalo News,’Column critical of vaccine for teen HPV stirs outrage’ .
Dr. ClarkThere are literally thousands of young girls and women in this country right now that have been damaged by the Gardasil vaccine. You probably haven’t heard of any of these women but I’ve posted on this issue before. The scientific literature is now starting to fill up with case reports and studies and articles that irrefutably show that there is a connection between this vaccine (and it’s an ugly vaccine) and neurological damage.
In 2010, Cynthia Janak and I created a power point presentation for the FDA based on government research and peer-reviewed studies as to why we felt that the HPV vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix were ‘endocrine system’ disruptors. Janak and I were also aware that the Merck was wanting to extend the use for Gardasil for women up to 45 years old. In fact, Merck tried on 4 difference occasions to extend the marketing of their potentially dangerous vaccine.
Gardasil requires 3 shots to be fully vaccinated. Apparently there is a huge drop off of girls getting the vaccine after the first dose, so Merck has reportedly started a program at colleges and universities to deal with their inventory of the second and third doses:
Ian Frazer stated: “Through sexual activity, most of us will get infected with the genital papillomaviruses that can cause cancer. Fortunately, most of us get rid of them between 12 months to five years later without even knowing we’ve had the infection. Even if the infection persists, only a few individuals accumulate enough genetic mistakes in the virus-infected cell for these to acquire the properties of cancer cells.”