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‘Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed’ The Australian experience

I presented the following talk at the 4th Annual International HPV Vaccine Education Symposium held in Chicago May 22-26, 2019. Let’s face it without good health, life is very difficult. Over the years I’ve researched the sickness industry including the scandalous HIV/AIDS industry, the cholesterol myth and the statins scam; and felt the sorrow of the poor women left in pain and debilitated after their prolapses were treated with mesh […]

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Sherri Tenpenny – What If You Had Known?

Dr Sherri Tenpenny took part in an important public debate on HPV vaccines organised by Courtenay Heading of Jurby Wellness, a multi national open Science collaboration-passionate about wellness. To date, I have logged well over 20,000 hours of personal time researching to expose this 200-year mistake. I have collected more than 5,000 mainstream articles into my subscription website, the Vaccine Research Library. These articles, and more, lay bare the travesty, greed, […]

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Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed – the Australian experience

Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed The Australian experience Australia has its own special but scandalous place in the history of HPV vaccines now distributed to teenagers in over 130 countries. Australia might be regarded as the birthplace of Gardasil for it was Professor Ian Frazer and the late Jian Zhou who first produced an HPV virus-like particle at the University of Queensland. Australia was also one of the first countries to […]

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Infant hepatitis B vaccination 18 years on

The introduction of the infant hepatitis B vaccination program began in the state of Victoria on 1 May 2000. The decision to vaccinate newborns was required as a condition of funding to public hospitals in the state of Victoria under the policy and funding guidelines, issued by the Acute Health Division of the Department of Human Services. Unbelievable I could not believe this could happen and note that this unethical […]

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