‘Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood illness’ by Thomas Cowan

  One Doctor’s Surprising Answer to the Epidemic of Autoimmunity and Chronic Disease Thomas Cowan, MD, argues for a direct causal relationship to a corresponding increase in the number of vaccines American children typically receive―approximately 70 vaccine doses by age eighteen. The goal of these vaccines is precisely what we’re now seeing in such abundance among our chronically ill children: the provocation of immune response. Thomas Cowan’s latest book is […]

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HPV vaccines and dysautonomia

One of the very severe conditions occurring in young teenagers following their human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination is POTS or postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome.  On any given day they may experience the following symptoms: Orthostatic Intolerance (lightheadedness, dizziness) Chest pain Headaches Gastrointestinal cramps Inability to focus and concentrate for long periods Inability to read due to blurred vision Difficulty with recall Extreme fatigue Nausea Exercise Intolerance Tremulousness Appetite Disturbance Insomnia   […]

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But the show will go on

Even though the award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker Joan Shenton was refused permission to enter Australia this week she will be attending all 7 screenings of her documentary Sacrificial Virgins via Skype. Joan Shenton made the following statement in regard to her visa denial: I’m very disappointed not to be able to meet in person the parents across Eastern Australia who want to know more about the risks and supposed […]

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Autoimmunity following Gardasil

Have you noticed how many young girls who have become so unwell following Gardasil  report the worsening of their symptoms after the second shot. This research by Pompilio Martinez, MD from the School of Medicine, National University of Colombia explains why. Pompilio Martinez describes the neurological symptoms of 62 girls who were vaccinated against the human papilloma virus (HPV). The quadrivalent HPV vaccine Gardasil was given to 61 Colombian girls and and […]

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Cervical cancer is not a rare event in Australia

Last week Professor Ian Frazer received an honorary fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland. In an address the immunologist and co-developer of Gardasil told his audience: “It is such a rare event in Australia to get a cancer now” Did anyone question him about this ? All it takes is a simple search to dispute the professor’s statement. Seriously how does he get away with saying this […]

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Pancreatitis after Gardasil: not a novel entity

Bizjak et al report on the case of a 20 year-old male who developed severe abdominal pain 1 week after being vaccinated with Gardasil. Although still suffering with ongoing nausea and pain, he received his second shot of the HPV vaccine. Only 10 days later, laboratory results revealed significantly elevated pancreatic enzymes, and with concomitant abdominal pain and vomiting, he was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis. The researchers report that this case of […]

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Do you know what’s in a vaccine?

A billboard displaying the question Do you know what’s in a vaccine? has been taken down. The Perth billboard went up on June 13 and a few days later was vandalised and removed. But in the interim what wonderful publicity even though the cowardly press never asked the question asked on the billboard of the various health officials or politicians who were interviewed. Incredible really that the journalists didn’t address the […]

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HPV vaccines for UK boys – why the change of heart?

A year ago I wrote a blog welcoming the news that the UK health officials were not recommending HPV vaccines for schoolboys. This was a win for boys and their parents. In the UK, The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation(JCVI) had been considering whether to include boys along with girls in the current vaccination program since 2014. There were ongoing campaigns aimed at a ‘gender-neutral‘ approach to the vaccination, that […]

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Why I wrote ‘Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed’

  Since a diagnosis of cervical dysplasia in the 1980s I have followed the positioning of cervical cancer as a disease caused by the wart virus, the human papilloma virus with dismay and fury. Dismay at the numbers of unwell teenagers in the wake of the HPV vaccines and fury over the very idea promoted by science and health experts that a virus causes cervical cancer. The idea that a virus […]

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