The implementation of Gardasil and Cervarix vaccination programs is entirely irrational. A recent study investigated their safety claims and found them sorely lacking. These vaccines are causing devastating harm.
Gardasil: Evidence of Immense Harm
by Heidi Stevenson
November 7, 2012
As stated in a previous article, the authors need to be circumspect in their writing—but I don’t. I will try to clarify when expressing my views.
As described in two previous articles1,2, the HPV vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix, provide little or no protection against precancerous cervical lesions, and by extension, little to no benefit against cervical cancer. That alone should result in removing them from the market. However, the picture grows even murkier when safety data is also factored in.
Researchers Tomljenovic, Spinosa, and Shaw also investigated adverse effects associated with Gardasil and Cervarix3. What they reveal leaves one to wonder about the legitimacy of government agencies that have approved them. They state:
Given that it is unlikely that HPV vaccination would decrease the already low incidence of cervical cancers in developed countries with good Pap screening practices, any expected benefit from HPV vaccines will be significantly limited in such settings. Accordingly, the risk-to-benefit balance associated with HPV vaccination will then also become less favourable.
NOTE: Citations in this, and later, quotations from the study have been removed for clarity.
My translation of this statement:In light of their study’s findings about the lack of efficacy in both Gardasil and Cervarix, there can be no justification in any risks from these vaccines. If there’s only minor benefit, then only minor risks can be tolerated. If there’s no benefit—and these vaccines cannot demonstrate any benefit at this time—then these vaccines cannot be justified.
Those are highly significant figures. A single vaccine is responsible for 63.8% of all reported VAERS-reported deaths and 82% of VAERS-reported permanent disabilities. These vaccines are mostly given only to girls and young women, well under half the population—yet they’re responsible for well over half of the vaccine-related deaths and the vast majority of permanent disabilities!
It can be suggested that reports of adverse events to VAERS carries little meaning because it’s a passive system, reliant on the observations of those who choose to make reports. However, the nature of the reports is consistent as to types of reactions and it’s impossible to ignore the huge increase in number of reports associated with Gardasil and Cervarix.
Further, these reports are consistent across countries. In the United Kingdom, which initially standardized to Cervarix, the number of adverse events was 24-to-104 times higher than for any other vaccine. In Australia, since the introduction of the HPV vaccines, the rate of vaccine-related adverse events has seen an 85% increase.
Take a look at the graph to the right, which Tomljenovic et al provided in their study. It shows the relative rates of adverse effects reported for Cervarix and six other vaccines. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.
The nature of the adverse events reported is consistent. Autoimmune and nervous system disorders make up the bulk of them.