by Tony Isaacs
December 7, 2010
While the number of deaths and serious adverse events reported due to Merck’s controversial Gardasil vaccine continues to grow alarmingly, the true number of people who have been killed or injured by the deadly vaccine is likely far higher. The truth about Gardasil has been deliberately hidden through a trail of deception, cover-ups, ignorance and under-reporting that dates back to the very inception of the vaccine.
The first key deception occurred during Gardasil trials. Instead of using a “saline solution” as the placebo, Merck used the vaccine’s carrier agent minus only the HPV virus components. In addition to sodium chloride and water, the placebo also contained aluminum, polysorbate 80 and sodium borate.
Although polysorbate 80 is used as a food additive to increase the water solubility of flavoring oils, injection is quite different. According to the Polysorbate 80 Material Safety Data Sheet, it may be carcinogenic as well as mutagenic. When injected into prepubescent rats, polysorbate 80 caused abnormal growth of reproductive organs and made the rats sterile. When used intravenously with vitamins it has been known to cause anaphylactic shock.
Sodium borate is widely known as for its use as a roach pesticide. The U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health have declared sodium borate to be a dangerous poison. Due to deaths from its use for disinfecting wounds and cleaning nurseries, its medical use had been discontinued – until Gardasil came along. Listed side effects include: vomiting, diarrhea, skin rash, blisters, collapse, coma, convulsions, drowsiness, fever, lack of desire to do anything, low blood pressure, decreased urine output, sloughing of the skin, twitching of facial muscles, arms, hands, legs, and feet.
An analysis of the actual trial data for Gardasil reveals that a shocking 73.3 percent of the participants who received Gardasil acquired a new medical condition ranging from flu-like symptoms to paralysis. Almost 60% had systemic reactions. Though the “placebo” recipients had similar results, obviously no mere saline solution would have produced even a fraction of such reactions. The results would likely have been even higher if the study had lasted longer than 15 days.
The lack of dangers in the prescribing information furnished to doctors by Merck and the VAERS requirement that only serious and life-threatening events be reported both likely play big roles in the under-reporting of Gardasil reactions. Doctors are reluctant to report deaths and injuries from anything they administered or performed in the first place, and the lack of information and guidelines have insured that they are far less likely to report anywhere near all the adverse reactions from Gardasil.
Other factors which help skew the picture of Gardasil dangers include:
*The rate of deaths and adverse reactions are reported as a percentage of doses distributed, not doses actually administered.
*Gardasil is given in a series of three injections. Thus the number of adverse reactions per number of patients is triple the adverse events per injection.
*Many parents are not aware of the definition of adverse event or that they can file their own VAERS report.
Disturbingly, already reported deaths and reactions may be being hidden or altered to be attributed to other causes. When SANEVAX looked at the latest reported VAERS totals, they discovered that five previous death cases are now inexplicably missing.
Another Gardasil danger which has also been largely hidden and ignored is the danger presented to young women who have already been infected with HPV. Despite the fact that girls (and boys) can be exposed to HPV viruses from birth onwards, there is no screening required and not even a recommendation for screening before a young woman reaches the age of 21.