Censorship Down Under

The chances of having a public debate about Gardasil, the HPV vaccine are getting slimmer by the day.

Polly Tommey, the co-producer of Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe an investigation into the Center of Disease Control’s (CDC) destruction of a study linking autism to the MMR vaccine was banned from Australia because officials felt she was a danger to “the health, safety or good order of the Australian community“. Tommey along with Dr Suzanne Humphries were part of a Vaxxed Down Under Tour organised by the Australian Vaccination-skeptics Network Inc (AVN) an organisation which takes a pro-choice position with regard to vaccination and other health decisions.

Speaking in New Zealand last week, Tommey told the press she would be appealing the Australian ban. She said: “I’m just a mother. They say the film, Vaxxed, is dangerous and anti-vaccine. They say I’m a danger but I’m travelling with a doctor and a scientist. The only thing Australia has done is make more people want to watch the film. The main thing is, I don’t understand why we aren’t just having a discussion about it.”

Polly’s last statement is so important. In Australia debate on any vaccine issue is not permitted. And this week was no exception. On August 10 the media reported that cervical cancer could be almost completely eliminated, research has found, thanks to a new vaccine. The news report referenced a study published in the International Journal of Cancer which found that the new HPV vaccine Gardasil 9 was protective against 93 % of cancers. The reporting continued throughout the evening with numerous health professionals and researchers preaching the merits of the latest HPV vaccine and urging young teenagers and even older women to get vaccinated so that they would not be a victim to cervical cancer.

But it is a very strange world we are in today. Infectious disease is definitely not allowed. Cervical  cancer is to be avoided at all costs and the costs are high as demonstrated by the huge numbers of young people who are ill after Gardasil vaccination and many who have also died. This new vaccine Gardasil 9, said to be preventative against 9 sub types of human papilloma virus is very problematic. Not that the members of the public would know from the one-sided reporting that ensued from the announcement last week. Gardasil 9 contains more than twice the amount of aluminium, a neurotoxin, used as an adjuvant to stimulate the production of antibodies, than the current vaccine. Gardasil 9 also contains more antigens (the HPV LI proteins) with the total number increasing from 120 mcgs to 270 mcgs. How will additional antigens and more aluminium affect the health of these young people who are now told they need this new vaccine? But listeners to talk back radio and readers of the press were not informed as to the risks rather they were assured by the authoritative voice of the lead author and Medical Director of the National HPV Vaccination Program Register, Associate Professor Julia Brotherton who said: “We can now prevent cancer. You can stop your kids getting infected with this cancer-causing virus. It’s staggering.”

Parents of teenage children need facts not empty promises. We do not know if Gardasil 9 can prevent cervical cancer. And the important point is that Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccines have never been tested against cervical cancer outcomes. It can take decades from HPV infection to the development of cancer so researchers used a surrogate endpoint to support the conclusion that HPV vaccines might be preventative. The suitable surrogate end-point chosen was cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia (CIN) grade 2/3 lesions, and adenocarcinoma in situ. This end-point was decided even though these precursor lesions are common in young women under 25 years and rarely progress to cancer. In sum, very few of these CIN 2 and 3 lesions in young women develop into cancer so it is difficult to support their use as end-points or markers. At the end of the month the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee PBAC will decide whether Gardasil 9 is listed on the Public Benefit Scheme, the PBS. If so it will replace Gardasil as the HPV vaccine to be given freely through the school vaccination program to teenage boys and girls.

But there will be no public debate on this move by the PBAC especially after the news today that the Australian Government has launched a $5.5 million immunisation education campaign to counter the views of the anti-vaccination lobby.  What is this all about? Australia has a 93% vaccination rate. Would the $30 billion vaccination industry have anything to do with it?  How do they sleep at night!

 

 

“We can now prevent cancer. You can stop your kids getting infected with this cancer-causing virus. It’s staggering,” says expert.

RE: Vaccine could almost eradicate cervical cancer, experts say

The lead author and Medical Director of the National HPV Vaccination Program Register, Associate Professor Julia Brotherton is quoted in the Herald Sun: “We can now prevent cancer. You can stop your kids getting infected with this cancer-causing virus. It’s staggering.”

Brotherton’s enthusiastic statement comes as The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) decides whether to replace the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine, Gardasil with the two-dose Gardasil 9 for early secondary students.

Wording is important. The PBAC lists Gardasil 9 as a vaccine for the prevention of HPV. It may well be that these vaccines do prevent HPV but the question is whether they will ever prevent a single case of cervical cancer, a very slow-growing cancer easily detected during Pap smear testing with the five year survival rate for women diagnosed being 72%. There is no epidemic of cervical cancer in Australia. In 2014, there were 223 Australian deaths due to the disease.

The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) will shortly decide whether Gardasil 9 is to be listed on the Australian National Immunisation Program as a 2 dose schedule replacing the current 3 dose Gardasil vaccine. Parents who are considering whether HPV vaccines are right for their children need to be informed that the new vaccine Gardasil 9 contains more than twice the amount of aluminium, a neurotoxin, used as an adjuvant to stimulate the production of antibodies, than the current vaccine. Gardasil 9 also contains more antigens (the HPV LI proteins) with the total number increasing from 120 mcgs to 270 mcgs. How will additional antigens and more aluminium affect the health of these young people who are now told they need this new vaccine?

Parents of teenage children need facts not empty promises. We do not know if Gardasil 9 can prevent cervical cancer. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccines have never been tested against cervical cancer outcomes. It can take decades from HPV infection to the development of cancer so researchers used a surrogate endpoint to support the conclusion that HPV vaccines might be preventative. The suitable surrogate end-point chosen was cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia (CIN) grade 2/3 lesions, and adenocarcinoma in situ. This end-point was decided even though these precursor lesions are common in young women under 25 years and rarely progress to cancer. In sum, very few of these CIN 2 and 3 lesions in young women develop into cancer so it is difficult to support their use as end-points or markers.

What this means is that all over the world millions of girls and now boys are injected with a vaccine which has only been measured against a surrogate endpoint — precursor lesions — that most often do not lead to cervical cancer. While the efficacy of the vaccines is unknown what we do know is that according to Vigibase, the World Health Organisation’s database there are now over 73,000 recorded adverse events after HPV vaccination. There have also been at least 324 deaths following Gardasil.

Parents need the facts in order to make an informed choice whether Gardasil or Gardasil 9 is right for their child.

See: Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed by Helen Lobato

 

 

Gardasil Weekly Update

Class action against Merck Sharp & Dohme

On a positive note if there is one in this Gardasil story is the news that a class action against the manufacturers of Gardasil began on August 4, 2017 on behalf of 700 Columbian women who in March 2014 were admitted to the hospital suffering new medical conditions after the administration of Gardasil. The Reconstruando Esperanza Association consists of the alleged victims of Gardasil, which is suing  Merck Sharp & Dohme for “the damages caused to the life and health” of hundreds of women and girls.

Some background to this case:

In August 2014, The South China Post  reported: Hundreds of girls in Colombian town sick after taking Gardasil vaccine. While the parents of the girls suspected adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine, there were others such as the National Ministry of Health who called this a case of mass hysteria and even suggested the idea that their illnesses might be as a result of illicit drug use or overuse of the ouija board.

Jeffrey Jaxen reports on the testimonies given by the girls:

Maria Paula Salamanca, was given an injection of Gardasil on May 27, 2013.

A year prior to that, in 2012, Salamanca was a world-class skater winning a silver metal for Colombia in the annual 100K New York Marathon. After the HPV shot, she began to pass out and have migraines that she, her coaches and her family all attributed to fatigue.

Juliana Vega, now 19 years old, was given the HPV shot at school in 2014 yet was never warned about the risks. Fifteen days later she began fainting, and started losing her hair and vision. Vega testified stating:

I had to suspend my plans for college. I was extremely athletic before, now I can’t run — my legs won’t let me. I have no wheelchair and if I awake with no mobility in my legs, I have to stay in bed.

Some practical support for the girls has come from a powerful figure in Columbian politics. Inspector General Alejandro Ordoñez insisted that the girls were given top treatment and asked that the National Institute of Health issue scientific studies of HPV suggesting vaccine safety. Meanwhile the Health department held an inquiry into the outbreak of new medical conditions arising after the second dose of Gardasil and concluded that the girls symptoms were not due to Gardasil rather they were due to episodes of psychogenic cause, due to the minor’s fear of being sick, augmented by the media attention on the events and lack of an identified cause.

It is no wonder the Columbian girls and their families have taken to the courts. Good luck to the 700 young women as they seek justice through the courts for the damages caused to the life and health.

Patrice’s message to other mothers is clearly: ‘Don’t do it.’

This harrowing story told by Patrice about the death of her daughter Gabby was recorded by the Vaxxed team while they toured Australia this week. This is the first death in Australia in relation to Gardasil that I have heard of, but of course it is unlikely to be the only Australian death that has occurred in a girl or boy following HPV vaccination. The Database of Adverse Events Notifications (DAEN) found on the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) website, lists there have been around 4000 adverse events recorded but they list no deaths. But few people are aware of where or how to record their adverse events so the real extent of events following vaccination are likely to be much worse and may include deaths. The recording system VAERS covering USA and some European countries reports that there have been 324 deaths following Gardasil vaccination. Patrice’s daughter Gabby who died several years ago wanted to have the vaccine. Gabby was a normal healthy young girl and she and her friends were very aware of the media hype that preceded the rollout of Gardasil including TV ads urging girls to be ‘one less’ to die from cervical cancer. Gabby’s mother Patrice had a gut instinct that the vaccine wasn’t needed and told her daughter about her concerns regarding its safety but to no avail. After her first Gardasil vaccine Gabby complained of a headache that didn’t go away followed by pain in the right side of her abdomen three weeks after the shot. This was found on ultrasound to be coming from a tumour on her right ovary. Gabby was diagnosed with small cell ovarian cancer. She was given chemotherapy and died an ‘excruciatingly painful death’. Patrice’s message to other mothers is clearly: ‘Don’t do it.’

Multiple sclerosis or vaccine injured?

The average age for a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis is 30, but in recent years the number of younger women diagnosed with the disease in Australia has risen dramatically. It used to affect men and women equally but now women are three times more likely to be affected. I recently heard of a young woman who was relieved when she was diagnosed with MS because no-one had been able to tell her why she was unwell. Her symptoms began when she was 13 and consisted of headaches, sensory deficit affecting her leg, and fatigue resulting in her missing a lot of school.

I wondered as I heard her story if rather than MS she was suffering a vaccine injury.  Neurological dysfunction is one of the very common adverse events of the Gardasil vaccine. Her symptoms started at 13, the age Gardasil is given to young teens as part of the school vaccination program. It makes me wonder just how many girls and boys are diagnosed with MS and other neurological conditions and autoimmune diseases rather than with a vaccine injury. Naomi Snell, a 28-year-old Melbourne woman suffered autoimmune and neurological problems following her Gardasil vaccination and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis initially but was later found to be suffering a neurological response to the vaccine. Similarly 26-year-old Kristin Clulow from NSW was given the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis after her health began to unravel after her second shot of Gardasil with the prescribed treatment methylprednisolone, commonly given to sufferers of this debilitating neurological disease. Kristin was eventually given the diagnosis of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, an immune-mediated inflammatory demyelinating condition that predominately affects the white matter of the brain and spinal cord.

Laura, one of the Irish ‘Gardasil Girls’ was told she was suffering chronic fatigue syndrome after her condition worsened to such an extent she could no longer go to school. But whatever the health system chose to call the debilitating conditions, she and the other affected girls and their families are united in their conviction that they became ill after their HPV vaccinations. Many of these girls and now boys who are unwell after their HPV vaccinations are forced to seek medical help, they need answers. But instead they are given a medical diagnosis that seems to fit while the cause remains hidden.

See: Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Where’s the debate?

What health official in their right mind is willing to anticipate 2,300 serious adverse events to try and prevent 7.9 cases of cervical cancer? asked Norma Erickson, in her article FDA approved Gardasil 9: Malfeasance or Stupidity?

Serious adverse events  are defined as death, life-threatening events, hospitalization, disability or permanent damage. According to information on the Gardasil 9 package insert, for every 100,000 people using Gardasil 9 there would be 2,300 serious adverse events. This is a huge risk to take for a disease that affects 6-8/100,000 women in Australia, or 7.9/100,000 in the United States.

Gardasil 9, said to be protective against infection with HPV types 6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52 and 58 was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in December 2014. It was approved without the usual review process that is usually undertaken by the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee. In the clinical trials funded by the manufacturer Merck, a placebo was not used but instead trial participants received either Gardasil 9 or the quadrivalent Gardasil. The package insert reveals that in the case of the quadrivalent HPV vaccine, the original Gardasil, for every 100,000 people receiving the vaccination there would be 2500 serious adverse events – more than is expected for the new Gardasil 9. As we now know thousands of girls and boys are becoming very unwell after their HPV vaccinations. We are seeing this right across the globe after 10-11 years of HPV vaccination. According to Vigibase, the World Health Organisation’s database there are now over 73,000 recorded adverse events after HPV vaccination. And this figure is regarded as not accurate for so many events are not recorded. The correct figure is estimated to be closer to double that number.

The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) will shortly decide whether Gardasil 9 is to be listed on the Australian National Immunisation Program as a 2 dose schedule for females and males aged 12 -13 years as part of a school age program for the prevention of HPV. This will replace the current 3 dose schedule of the 4 valent HPV, Gardasil vaccine. This is not a good move for Gardasil 9 contains more than twice the amount of aluminium, a neurotoxin, used as an adjuvant to stimulate the production of antibodies. The current HPV vaccine Gardasil has 225 micrograms of aluminium per dose whereas each dose of Gardasil 9 contains 500mcgs. Gardasil 9 also contains more antigens (the HPV LI proteins) with the total number increasing from 120 mcgs to 270 mcgs. Do we know the effect of these changes? How will increased antigens and more aluminium affect the bodies of these young people who are told that they need this vaccination for a disease they are most unlikely to ever get.

Wording is important. The PBAC listing information uses the phrase for the preventi0n of HPV. It may well be the case that these  vaccines do prevent HPV but the question is whether they will ever prevent a single case of cervical cancer. HPV is a common virus, one that is even found in newborns. It is also a virus which is naturally dealt with by the body’s immune system within 2 years. Cervical cancer is a very slow-growing cancer. It is detected during Pap smear testing. There are around 900 cases of the disease in Australia each year and the death rate is around 200.

Surely the public should be given this information? Doctors must understand the risks and explain these to the recipients as part of the process of informed consent. The ill-health and death ensuing from HPV vaccination is likely to worsen with the listing of Gardasil 9 on the National Immunisation Program. Such bad news should form part of our public debate but it isn’t.

See: Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed

 

 

 

Gardasil Girls

Laura is one of the Irish ‘Gardasil Girls’. She was a normal active teenager and an“asset in the classroom,” said her mother. After her first Gardasil shot, Laura became unwell and required her mother to pick her up from school. When she complained of dizziness, headache and nausea, she was told this was normal. Her condition worsened after her second vaccination to such an extent that she soon was unable to attend school. According to her doctors, she was suffering chronic fatigue syndrome but whatever the experts chose to call these debilitating conditions, the girls and their families are united in their conviction that they became ill after their HPV vaccinations ( TV3 Ireland, 2016, in Lobato 2017)

According to an article written in Trinity News, the rate of HPV vaccination in Irish schools has dropped by 10% over the past year. When you read that there is believed to be more than 800 cases of adverse events suffered by Irish girls following the Gardasil vaccination it is a wonder that the rates  haven’t fallen further. The author of Numbers of Irish students opting for the HPV Vaccine drops considerably Caoimhe Gordon sets out to explore why this is happening. Gordon quotes Professor Kingston Mills of the Experimental Immunology department at Trinity who points the finger at the internet and social media and urges “parents to focus on the scientific evidence and not “hearsay” that can be found online.” The news that the rate of immunisation in Ireland has tumbled to 70% has experts concerned that the “universal acceptance of the vaccine” in no longer guaranteed. Gordon blames the anti-vaccination campaigns which are run by the group REGRET (Reactions and Effects of Gardasil Resulting in Trauma) which is made up of parents of the Irish girls who have become ill. Their daughters are sick and many struggle to get out of bed and complain of headaches and joint pain and extreme tiredness.

Around 300 Irish women are diagnosed with cervical cancer annually and the death toll is around 90 so it is safe to say there is no cervical cancer epidemic in Ireland. But now we have huge numbers – around 800 young girls who from all accounts were active and healthy before they had their Gardasil shots and are now very ill. The parents are fighting hard to get help for their daughters. Like so many other sick girls and now boys around the world they are not receiving effective medical treatment. They are often not able to go to school due to their devastating health conditions.

Irish philanthropist Jonathan Irwin has joined the struggle to achieve justice for Gardasil Girls. Irwin who is the founder of Jack & Jill charity for sick children, explains how the Gardasil HPV vaccine has injured his daughter Molly who remains ill. Irwin regards the vaccine as a “disaster” and “useless.”He has stepped down from his position as CEO to care for his daughter who is bedridden, following what he says was a severe reaction to the Gardasil vaccine. He says this vaccine should never have been included in the national program. One solicitor he knows has 75 cases which will be taken to the courts. Irwin doesn’t rule out using the courts himself in an attempt to get justice for his daughter and the other ‘Gardasil Girls’. “My teenage girl has lost her teenage life,” says Irwin.  Irwin also wants a review of the vaccine. He insists that if he had known about the side effects he wouldn’t have allowed his daughter to be given Gardasil. He urges parents to read the vaccine leaflet which lists the side effects in black and white. The fact that the severe side effects of this vaccine are listed on the prescriber information found on the manufacturer Merck’s website is an important point because it means that the makers of this vaccine knew the real problems with this vaccine but went ahead and marketed this so-called cervical cancer vaccine. This is outrageous!

Jeffrey Jaxen is a researcher and journalist who says that the interesting thing about the case of the girls who have been damaged after Gardasil, is that unlike babies who can’t speak and say that they were feeling great before they had a vaccine, the Gardasil Girls can speak and are doing so. He says that each culture is handling this disaster differently and a lot of how they do this has to do with how they handled revolt in the past – “the memory of each culture’s revolting spirit”. He gives the example of the Irish mothers who are “fiery” and about whom he says “are kicking some major butt.” In Ireland these activist mothers have got the issue on the mainstream and are keeping it there (The Truth about Vaccines, 2017).

I am pleased that there are now many people who are waking up to the huge error that is this vaccine, one that has not been shown to prevent a single case of cervical cancer. I have spoken to many young women about how they have been damaged after Gardasil, just another one yesterday told me about how the vaccine nearly killed her. She had spent too many years and far too much money on finding a cure for her vaccine injury. I have also met and spoken to a young passionate man whose New Zealand cousin died after receiving Gardasil. His activism had become even stronger for his sister was now having severe menstrual problems after her course of the HPV vaccine.

Paediatrician and author Dr Paul Thomas calls Gardasil his least favourite vaccine. One reason is because the placebo that was used was aluminium when a placebo should be an inert normal saline solution. By using aluminium as a placebo the vaccine appears less dangerous. He states that the research into the vaccine was stopped early and the vaccine fast-tracked after researchers found some decrease in the cases of cervical dysplasia. His assessment of the new Gardasil 9 was even more telling. “There will be more deaths from that vaccine than there ever will be cases of cervical cancer ” (The Truth About Vaccines, 2017).

Cervical cancer is not a communicable disease. There is no need for this vaccine. Cases of cervical cancer have declined especially in western nations where living conditions are good and Pap smear testing is encouraged. As to our next move Jeffrey Jaxen says encouragingly that he is witnessing ‘Medical Disobedience’ in regard to the mandating of vaccines. He says that he has spoken to doctors who have told him that in their rooms they have more oranges with vaccines in them than have the children.  This is so encouraging. May the revolution continue.

References:
Gordon Caoimhe (2017) ‘Numbers of Irish students opting for the HPV Vaccine drops considerably’. Trinity News. http://trinitynews.ie/numbers-of-irish-students-opting-for-the-hpv-vaccine-drops-considerably/
Lobato, Helen (2017) Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed. Melbourne. Spinifex Press. http://www.spinifexpress.com.au/Bookstore/book/id=294/
TV3 Ireland (2016) ‘Gardasil Girls in Ireland’. The Vaccine Reaction. January 10; http://www.thevaccinereaction.org/2016/01/gardasil-girls-in-irelandtv3-hpv-documentary/
The Truth about Vaccines. (2017) https://go2.thetruthaboutvaccines.com/docuseries/order/
The Thinking Mom’s Revolution (2017) Irish Philanthropist Jonathan Irwin Vows to Stand Up For Gardasil-Injured Girls. http://thinkingmomsrevolution..com/irish-philanthropist-jonathan-irwin-vows-stand-gardasil-injured-girls/

 

Gardasil 9

An application has been made by Seqirus Australia to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee to list Gardasil 9 on the National Immunisation Program as a 2-dose schedule for females and males aged 12-13 years as part of a school age program for the prevention of the human papilloma virus HPV. This listing if approved will replace the current 3-dose schedule of Gardasil, the 4-valent HPV vaccine. The committee whose role it is to recommend new medicines for listing on the PBS is due to meet again in July 2017.

Gardasil 9 which was approved for use in Australia by the TGA last year is said to be protective against nine HPV types: 6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, and 58. On the Gardasil 9 page of Merck’s website, the slogan: Your Child Could Be One Less At Risk For Certain HPV-Related Cancers And Diseases is prominently placed beside several happy, sporty children. Below is the directive to caring parents which reads ‘Help Protect Them With The HPV  Vaccine’. However if this vaccine is anything like its predecessor the 4-valent Gardasil, it is likely to be anything but protective. Currently there are tens of thousands of young girls who have become very ill after having their Gardasil shots. Sanevax records the numbers of young people injured and those who have died after HPV vaccinations. These are figures from the United States recording system VAERS and currently the numbers of adverse events are over 50,000 along with 317 deaths. These numbers are mainly from the USA and some parts of Europe and so these totals are far from accurate. Gardasil is authorised for use in 130 countries and 205 million doses have been administered. One would hope that this carnage could not continue and that the HPV vaccinations programs put on hold but instead there is another vaccine in the mix. Far from being protective this new HPV vaccine contains even more aluminium than the current HPV vaccine Gardasil which contains 225 micrograms.  One shot of Gardasil 9 has 500 mcg of this neurotoxin. Girls and boys will receive two shots of this new HPV vaccine bringing the total amount of aluminium injected into young bodies up to 1000mcg.

In FDA approved Gardasil 9: Malfeasance or Stupidity?, Norma Erickson has examined the Gardasil 9 package insert where she found that the rate of serious adverse events in  the trials of Gardasil 9 was 2.3-2.5%. Doesn’t sound bad but it really is because it means that for every 100,000 people who are given Gardasil 9 there will be 2300 serious adverse events and yet the cervical cancer rate in the US is around 7 women per 100,000. Talk about insanity!

And that’s not all she found when she examined the insert package. During the trials 2.4% of the recipients developed an autoimmune disorder which means that 2400 people could now be suffering from new diseases just because they had this new Gardasil injection. There was also bad news for women who became pregnant during the trials in that 14.1% suffered adverse outcomes. Erickson notes that those who were in the 4-valent Gardasil trials suffered similar and even higher rates of adverse outcomes of 17%. In all  313 women either lost their babies to spontaneous abortion or late fetal death or gave birth to children with congenital anomalies.

Will Gardasil 9 be listed on the PBS after July this year? Or will the PBAC whose job it is to recommend medicines for listing disapprove Seqirus’s request as occurred in November 2006 when CSL applied for the listing of  the 4-valent Gardasil? On that occasion the decision not to recommend Gardasil was overturned when Prime Minister John Howard stepped in and promised the public that the vaccine would be approved. In the interests of our children and grandchildren we can hope that Gardasil 9 is not listed on the PBS and if it is we will have to be even more vocal in our opposition to this unnecessary vaccination program that has so far failed to prevent one case of cervical cancer.

 

 

 

Gardasil for babies

 

And the carnage is set to continue. I am extremely distressed to hear that a new clinical trial sponsored by Merck is to look at the effects of the HPV vaccine in infants. Blogger Marcella Piper-Terry says that she has long-feared that Gardasil was to be added to the infant (vaccine) schedule and suggests that it was the plan all along. The Gardasil HPV Vaccine Trial using infants as young as one year of age will look at two of the four strains of HPV contained in the Quadrivalent Gardasil vaccine. Gardasil contains 2 strains of HPV that are said to be associated with cervical cancer. These strains are HPV 16 & 18. The other subtypes, HPV 6 & 11  are not associated with cancer but are said to be associated with recurrent respiratory infections. Piper-Terry points out that babies are at a high risk from respiratory infections and suggests that this predisposition is being used as an excuse to introduce the HPV vaccine to babies.

For those of you who like me are stunned about this next move by the vaccine industry Piper-Terry reminds us that the CDC has a history of vaccinating infants for sexually transmitted diseases. Babies are routinely given the Hepatitis B vaccine on the first day of life. Hepatitis B vaccine was first introduced and given to adults at risk of the disease such those who engaged in promiscuous sex,  IV drug users and hospital workers at risk of blood-borne diseases, along with people who were incarcerated or institutionalized. But the Hepatits B vaccine turned out not to be as popular as Merck the manufacturer would have liked and just as is happening with Gardasil not enough people were willing participants and so the vaccine was made part of the infant schedule. This is very bad health policy.

I remember in the 1990s when Hepatitis B was introduced into my home state of Victoria that part of the government-derived hospital funding was dependent on the vaccination of babies with Hepatitis B. This was and is nothing short of corrupt! How this is not questioned by more parents whose newborn babies are given this genetically engineered vaccine containing formaldehyde, a probable cancer-causing agent, and aluminium, a potent neurotoxin and other chemicals that have no place in anyone’s bloodstream, is beyond me. Regrettably the Hepatitis B vaccine has been on the infant schedule for many years now and to think that babies may be injected and damaged with Gardasil as well is abhorrent. It is criminal to lower the age when HPV vaccines are given for it is a vaccine that is associated with the most reported adverse effects.

Young lives that start out full of promise are at the risk of being severely compromised by injecting these unnecessary genetically engineered vaccines containing gross amounts of harmful substances. Is it any wonder that the level of chronic illness is escalating in the general community? There are many days when I find the sickness industry just too much to bear.

 

 

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