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Review by Carolyn Moynihan

Lobato concludes her book with an appeal to the media to do their job and give the public the fuller story about the HPV vaccine. You may not agree with her version of the story at all points, but she has shown Big Media some of the things they could be airing in the interests of informed debate.

Nexus Magazine

A Review of Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed by Ruth Parnell

Lobato details the flawed science, egotism, Big Pharma profiteering, political manouvering and media failures behind this dangerous HPV vaccine that was never properly tested. She calls on concerned citizens to publicize the truth, and for moratoriums, independent inquiries and compensation to be put in place. A powerful rallying cry.

 

 

Me, You and Books

This book is not a screed against vaccination. Instead Lobato provides an important case study in what Big Pharma has done to increase profits while putting others at risk. Her account is primarily about what happened in Australia. Because the problem is global, she includes data from many countries. Merck, on whom she focuses, is an American based company. I see no reason to doubt her account, but even if you disagree with her, you need to know and address her concerns about this drug and the way in which international power brokers threaten all of us.

 

North and West Community News– A review by Katrina Kincade-Sharkey

Helen Lobato is accredited with being on a mission to empower us with the truth about Gardasil. Parent endorsements have said the book “is an invaluable guide as well as a wake-up call to the lies and deception that have compromised the health of so many of our children.”

 

Sound Health Options Program- November 2017

Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed – Interview by Sharry Edwards

 

 

 

What Women Must Know 

Sherrill Sellman interviews  Joan Shenton and Helen Lobato on the untold dangers of gardasil, the cervical cancer vaccine with

 

 

Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed, a review by westonaprice

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