Holy Hormones Journal: How do you spell ‘grief’ – and in how many languages? A picture of a mother’s grief is beyond words and is understood in any language. Apparently the ‘cervix’ or HPV vaccines are causing the same types of damage in our daughters around the world. The Health Ministry of Japan has stood up to the plate by no longer mandating that Gardasil and Cervarix be recommended for girls ages 12 to 16 because of the adverse reactions reported.
Where is the FDA on this issue? Where are other health governments? How many girls’ lives around the world need to be destroyed by the adverse side effects to this vaccine experiment. There is no doubt that the ingredients in both Gardasil and Cervarix are highly dangerous – and there is also no doubt that vaccinating girls without regard to where they are in their menstrual cycle – and at menarche is equally as dangerous.
I am hoping the Japanese health ministry will set a precedent of other countries. We are all hoping that. It is obvious that Merck will shirk their accountability until there is nowhere else to hide.
In the meantime, free vaccinations are being given to unsuspecting and uneducated girls and their families. By this point, we all know that nothing is for ‘free’ – everything comes with a ‘price’ and that the taxpayers ultimately ‘pay’ with their hard earned dollars and their lives for another medical experiment gone bad.
Cervix vaccine issues trigger health notice
June 15, 2013
The health ministry has issued a nationwide notice that cervical cancer vaccinations should no longer be recommended for girls aged 12 to 16 because several adverse reactions to the medicines have been reported.
“It is necessary to gather information immediately to accurately grasp how often (the side effects) are occurring,” said Mariko Momoi, who chairs the panel at the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry that decided to suspend the recommendation. Momoi is vice president of the International University of Health and Welfare.
Cervical cancer vaccines are a recent addition to the regular vaccination list and were added after a revision to the Preventive Vaccination Law took effect in April. In Japan, cervical cancer is second only to breast cancer among those aged 20 to 39 and is estimated to strike nearly 9,000 women each year.
Despite the notice, issued Friday, most local governments will likely keep the vaccinations in question on their lists of free vaccines. But a ministry official said the vaccination rate is certain to drop sharply.
The two vaccines sold in Japan are Cervarix, made by GlaxoSmithKlein PLC of Britain, and Gardasil, made by Merck Sharp & Dohme, known as Merck & Co. in the United States.
Mika Matsufuji, 46, who represents an association of cervical cancer vaccination victims’ parents, said the health panel’s decision was a “big step forward.” Her daughter, who was vaccinated with Cervarix in 2011, lost the ability to walk and is now in a wheelchair, she said.
The group is calling for the vaccinations to be halted.