human rights

A must-see documentary: ‘Manufactured Crisis – HPV, Hype & Horror’

Sixteen year-old girls are going into ovarian dysfunction. Let me put that clearly for you in simple terms. That means a sixteen-year-old girl is going into menopause which is criminal. — A passionate mother speaking in Manufactured Crisis – HPV, Hype & Horror There is no other industry in this world that has that kind of protection. They make their products not subject to any legal liability and then they […]

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Another blow for teen health as Gardasil is approved for Irish boys

Slowly but surely boys are being included in HPV vaccination programs throughout the world. At present there are 84 government-funded HPV vaccination programmes where 18 countries which include Canada, Slovenia, the United States, New Zealand, Australia and Italy are now vaccinating boys along with girls. Early this month the Irish government joined these countries and voted to include the HPV vaccine for teenage boys. In Ireland the uptake of the […]

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There’s already two unnecessary childhood vaccines for rotavirus

  SBS  news reports: Australian scientists have successfully developed an effective oral vaccine that protects babies against the potentially deadly rotavirus from birth The new vaccine is called RV3-BB and plans are now underway to pursue clinical trials in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Africa. What is rotavirus? Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea in children all over the world. In the first few months of life […]

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India says no to HPV vaccines

   The Indian Express reports that the Indian government has decided not to introduce a cervical cancer vaccine into the universal immunisation programme. This decision has been made despite the fact that India has an unacceptably high death rate from cervical cancer. Opposition to the vaccination programme came from Ashwani Mahajan, the national co – convener of the Swadeshi Jagran Manch who explained the party’s stance in a letter to the […]

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Before HPV there was common sense

The idea that a virus could cause cervical cancer is a relatively new one. In 1977  German virologist Harald zur Hausen claimed that the human papilloma virus – HPV known for causing warts could also cause cervical cancer. From then on all common sense flew out the window. Why and how the focus changed from an understanding of cervical cancer as a disease associated with social and environmental conditions  to a […]

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What causes cervical cancer?

  There are many unanswered questions regarding the current dogma that HPV causes cervical cancer. For example: Why is it that only one in 10,000 HPV infected women go on to develop cervical cancer and why does this cancer only develop decades after HPV infection? The human papilloma virus was not always considered the cause of cervical cancer. Christine Kent author of Saving the Whole Woman has pointed out that there […]

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News, book launch and crackdown on free speech

I keep finding more information that I have not included in my book Gardsil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed. I recently watched an hour – long interview with a New Zealand couple whose daughter had been injured post vaccination with Gardasil. Her mother had said no to the consent form sent home by the school but on the day of vaccination her daughter was bullied into it – made fearful by classmates […]

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Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed

  Forthcoming June Release In Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed  Helen Lobato argues that we do not know whether HPV vaccines will decrease the incidence of cervical cancer. What is emerging, however, is evidence of their harmful effects. In 2006, the experimental HPV vaccination program began and there have been at least 315 associated deaths and more than 50,000 adverse events following HPV vaccination. Gardasil was fast-tracked through the FDA, a […]

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‘Bande de Filles’- Girlhood

If you think your life is difficult, or that your future lacks promise, well check out Girlhood, a film by Celine Sciamma, released in France as Bande de filles, or Girl Gang. Many reviewers have written that this film was about female empowerment but I fail to see how they have come to this conclusion. Instead, I think that Girlhood is a stark reminder of the struggle which continues for the needs and […]

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