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Gardasil and Cervarix: Vaccination insanity

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2009/09/21

In my memoirs of deaning, I had written,
“I would find myself thinking, Now I’ve seen everything; nothing can surprise me anymore, only to experience a novel surprise the next day or the next week”.

HIV/AIDS matters are like that too, only more so, and increasingly other “medical-science” “news”. The absurdities, the self-contradictions in the mainstream portfolio of shibboleths is an endless source of wonderment. Plain common sense is notable by its absence. But still, used as I am to this by now, periodically my jaw still drops as the level of absurdity reaches a new nadir. So it was when I saw the headline,

FDA panel urges HPV vaccine be given to boys

Gardasil is a very expensive vaccine against human papilloma virus (HPV), some but not all of whose strains seem to be significantly correlated with genital warts and cervical cancers. As everyone should know, as all students of Statistics 101 are taught, correlation doesn’t signify causation. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the rate at which HPV-infected women actually develop an “HPV-associated” cancer is as low as about 1 in 300 [“CDC mongers fear and hawks deadly vaccine”, 13 March 2008]  or perhaps even lower, say 1.2 per 1000 (see below). By what stretch of the imagination could HPV then be indicated as the cause of those cancers?
Bear in mind that the clinical trials of the vaccine could only show its effect in preventing HPV infection, not in any reduction of the incidence of cervical cancer — it would be decades before evidence of that could possibly come to hand.
What’s worse, Gardasil is responsible for some severe “side” effects including deaths.

So my jaw did drop at the suggestion that this drugmakers’ boondoggle should now be foisted on males as well as females:

“ Committee says shots could prevent genital warts in males 9 to 26
Vaccine’s maker claims studies show 90 percent less HPV-caused disease
HPV common in both sexes, CDC says, but men develop fewer problems
Committee also favors Cervarix, new vaccine from GlaxoSmithKline
WASHINGTON (CNN) — Boys may soon be able to get Gardasil . . . .”

“May soon be able to get” sounds as though something highly desirable is at last being shared with a group previously discriminated against. Yet there’s no earthly reason why boys should be inoculated with a vaccine that has potentially serious “side” effects, is very expensive, and supposedly protects — though imperfectly — against what is experienced by only a very small proportion of those who harbor a virus that in rare instance supposedly causes things that, in any case, are no serious threat to health even if they occur.

“A Food and Drug Administration advisory committee voted Wednesday to recommend that the vaccine be made available to boys and young men aged 9 to 26 for protection against genital warts caused by HPV. The vaccine protects against four types of HPV, and two of those are believed to be responsible for 70 percent of cervical and anal cancers, and HPV-associated penile and throat-and-neck cancers. The other two cause 90 percent of genital warts cases, researchers say. At Wednesday’s advisory committee meeting, pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co., maker of Gardasil, presented data from three clinical trials that the company claims supports broadening the distribution of the vaccine to include males. The trials included more than 5,400 boys and men from six continents and 23 countries. According to Anna Giuliano, an independent scientist at Moffit Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida, and the trials’ principal investigator, ‘The data clearly demonstrates that there was a benefit to men in receiving Gardasil. Overall, we saw a 90 percent reduction in disease — genital warts and pre-cancerous lesions — caused by HPV in men and an 89 percent reduction in genital warts incidence’. . . . Giuliano said there were no serious adverse events related to the vaccine. There were some minor side effects such as pain at the injection site and low-grade fever” [emphasis added: “believed to be” purely on grounds of an association, a correlation!].

As to side effects, other sources paint a very different picture indeed:
Gardasil side effects prompt CDC study (August 13, 2008 by Christe Bruderlin-Nelson)
“Merck is likely quite displeased with the barrage of negative press about its cervical cancer vaccine’s side effects, especially after a public interest group, Judicial Watch, released a report at the end of last month saying there were 9,749 adverse reactions and 21 reported deaths related to Gardasil in the last two years. According to the report, there have been 78 severe outbreaks of genital warts, six cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome and at least 10 miscarriages reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) since the approval of Gardasil. However, a study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that clinicians, patients and drug companies report only about 10 percent of side effects to VAERS, so the actual number of Gardasil side effects could be much higher” [emphasis added].

A law firm is preparing a suit for damages:
“As of June 1, 2009, more than 25 million doses of Gardasil were distributed in the United States and there have been 14,072 reports of adverse events following Gardasil vaccination in the United States. Of these reports, 93% were reports of events considered to be non-serious, and 7% were reports of events considered to be serious. As of June 2009, there have been 43 U.S. reports of death among females who have received the Gardasil vaccine! . . . Among the fatalities reported to government officials were a 17-year-old girl in New York who collapsed and died of a suspected heart problem two days after getting the last in the series of three Gardasil injections. An 11-year-old girl suffered a heart attack three days after a Gardasil shot. And a 12-year-old girl with no prior medical problems died in her sleep three weeks after a Gardasil shot.”

Gardasil Side Effects: Should Women Get It? (19 August 2009)
“Published in today’s edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association, a study shows that of the 23 million doses of Gardasil administered to young women since it came on the market on June 1, 2006 to December 31, 2008, 12,424 adverse reactions have been reported. The data also show that 6.2%, or 772 of the young women, experienced serious side effects after taking the Gardasil vaccine, including anaphylaxis, a lethal allergic reaction, blood clots, pancreatic failure, and otor neuron disease.  There have also been 32 reports of death, and only 20 of the deaths could be verified, as the others were either provided by Merck & Co. without further information or unverifiable secondhand reports.
Despite the figures, the tone of the study was reassuring.
‘We feel confident recommending people get the vaccine; the benefits still outweigh the risks,’ said Dr. Barbara A. Slade, the study’s first author and medical officer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which did the study together with the Food and Drug Administration.”

Infatuation is less evident in Europe with this expensive intervention, which carries serious risks, to ward off a very rare threat that can be avoided readily and with less risk:
“Now there is another side of the controversy: when inoculating a healthy population against a disease that can be prevented through screening, is any level of risk acceptable?
‘There are not a huge number of side effects here, that’s fairly certain,’ said the editorial writer, Dr. Charlotte Haug, an infectious disease expert from Norway, about the vaccine. ‘But you are giving this to perfectly healthy young girls, so even a rare thing may be too much of a risk. I wouldn’t accept much risk of side effects at all in an 11-year-old girl, because if she gets screened when she’s older, she’ll never get cervical cancer,’ Dr. Haug said in an interview.”

Deborah Kotz, blogging “On Women”, points to the difficulty of learning about cases of side effects:
“Gardasil Side Effects? Parents Seek Answers
. . . In response to my recent post about the government deciding to take a closer look at cases of paralysis that occurred after Gardasil vaccination, I received comments and E-mails from several devastated mothers whose daughters became ill for no apparent reason in the days and weeks after getting the vaccine . . . .
Here’s a sample:
‘My 21-year-old daughter, Chris, got her third shot of Gardasil on June 3, 2008,’ Emily Tarsell wrote me last week in an E-mail. ‘She was found dead in bed 18 days later. She was a healthy, bright, talented young lady who played on the tennis team at Bard College where she would have graduated with honors this year.’
‘My daughter developed epilepsy since being vaccinated, and when I share her experience with people, most doubt the connection,’ Nina Kenney wrote in an E-mail.
‘My daughter, in the middle of her series of injections of Gardasil, had a bout of Bell’s palsy that paralyzed the right side of her face,’ Della Smith wrote in this blog comment. ‘Two months after that, she was diagnosed with Graves’s disease. The doctor says an immune reaction to something he can’t determine is most likely responsible.’
No one knows if these girls were injured by Gardasil or just coincidentally got sick after the vaccination, but certainly their cases need to be thoroughly investigated. And after hearing the stories of several parents who contacted me, I find that one thing is glaringly clear: There is nowhere for them to turn for help besides one another. . . .
Some doctors refuse to file VAERS reports at all, and sometimes the reports contain incomplete or ambiguous information. Tarsell says she’s heard from a few parents via her website who said their doctors don’t believe Gardasil could have caused their daughters’ medical problems. In Tarsell’s case, the physician who filed the VAERS report wrote that the autopsy report found that her daughter died of an inflammation of the spleen caused by a life-threatening virus. While the autopsy did find some minor inflammation of the spleen, the report concluded that the death was due to ‘cardiac arrest, cause undetermined.’”

Other anecdotes come from Australia:
“Allie Harvey lined up along with 2.2 million other Australian women to be administered with Gardasil, the cervical cancer vaccine developed by former Australian of the Year Professor Ian Frazer. ‘I had a headache, I was dizzy, I was nauseous, my right side was weak, my right fist was clenched and I was hallucinating,’ Allie said. ‘It was absolutely terrifying because I didn’t know why it was happening. I felt absolutely terrified.’ . . . Far more frightening for the year 12 student — who received the first of three injections for the vaccine at school courtesy of a government sponsored initiative — was the response she received from the health professionals around her. ‘The nurses that had come in from the government told me that I didn’t have a rash, that it wasn’t a reaction to the immunisation, that I was pretty much making things up,’ Allie said. But Allie wasn’t alone. Jade Foreman, 15, is another of the 496 young women who have reported having adverse reactions to the vaccine. ‘I woke up one morning and tried to stand up and I couldn’t put pressure on my legs, I had funny feelings in my legs,’ Jade said. Since receiving the life saving injection at her school in June this year, Jade has been under intense physio to enable her to walk again. She is only able to cope with two hours of school per day. ‘I now have no social life,’ Jade said. ‘The pain is ruling my life. Apart from the lower back pain and the neck and the middle back pain, I’m having trouble with my arms dropping things and funny sensations in my arms. It’s just ruining my life.’
Scientist and health researcher Bronwyn Hancock believes the mass-distribution of Gardasil is simply unsafe. ‘The Gardasil vaccine has never been shown to be safe or effective in preventing cervical cancer,’ Bronwyn said. ‘There are so many limitations with the testing that they’ve done.’ As a member of the Vaccination Information Service, an anti-immunisation group, Bronwyn says the research behind Gardasil is too flimsy and that the 18 million women worldwide who’ve already had the vaccine could be setting themselves up for broader health and fertility issues. ‘They themselves admit they haven’t tested it to show that it doesn’t cause infertility or cancer,’ she said.”

Vaccine Watch: Gardasil Side-Effects? (8 July 2008; Sharyl Attkisson is an investigative correspondent for CBS News)
“Yesterday I spoke to the families of young women who believe the Gardasil HPV vaccine may have — or did in fact — cause their child’s serious illness. One of the cases involves a now 18-year old young woman named Amanda. Amanda’s parents say she developed a serious reaction to Gardasil after her first dose last summer. It began with soreness where she received the injection. The soreness eventually travelled down her arm, her legs, and led to a horrible autoimmune myofasciitis that is so painful Amanda had to go on morphine for the pain. She was transformed, through the illness, from a high school varsity sport athlete to a chronically ill person who takes a handful of pills a day just to keep her illness tolerable. When she goes off the medicine, the excruciating pain and other debilitating symptoms return. One thing that’s different about Amanda’s case than some of the others is that both of her parents [are] medical doctors who didn’t think twice about having their daughter get the shot — but are now second-guessing themselves. They call their daughter’s illness after Gardasil ‘a very sobering experience.’ Amanda’s dad says, ‘as the father of three girls, I’ve had to ask myself why I let my eldest one get an unproven vaccine against a few strains of a nonlethal virus that can be dealt with in many more effective ways. It’s not like they are at high risk. It was the regrettable acceptance of the vaccine party line that [mis]led me.’”

That last sad story illustrates the dilemma in which physicians find themselves when official sources combine with drug companies to tout interventions whose benefits are anything but obvious and which have been insufficiently tested, let alone proven.


So, let’s by all means now extend the “benefits” of these injections to boys:
“The vaccine would be administered in boys and young men exactly as it’s been given to girls and young women: three doses over a period of six months. Merck spokeswoman Pam Eisele said the cost will be $130 per dose.”

Here are the risks being guarded against:
“According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 20 million Americans are infected with HPV. There are 6.2 million new infections each year. The CDC says that at least 50 percent of sexually active men and women get an HPV infection at some time in their life. The American Social Health Association says HPV is the most common sexually transmitted virus and puts that number at 75 percent or more.”

Yet while these “infections” are so common as to be virtually routine, almost no one contracts the diseases that these infections supposedly cause:

“The CDC says that although HPV is very common in both sexes, most men won’t develop symptoms or serious health problems, and there is no test to detect the virus in men. The only approved HPV test on the market is for women, for use in cervical-cancer screening.”

By far the most serious claimed consequence of HPV is cervical cancer; but this is a very rare condition, and the incidence has in any case been declining for a couple of decades:

“in the past 40 years, the number of cases of cervical cancer and the number of deaths from cervical cancer have decreased significantly. This decline largely is the result of many women getting regular Pap tests, which can find cervical precancer before it turns into cancer.1 In 2005,* 11,999 women in the U.S. were told that they had cervical cancer, and 3,924 women died from the disease.2” (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).

Let’s say half the infected are men and half women. So the incidence of cervical cancer was about 12,000 among 10 million, or 1.2 per thousand; and the death rate was one third of that and could be decreased to essentially none by better screening.

It seems that the serious “side” effects of the vaccine
are about as common
as what the vaccination is supposed to protect against

“The advisory committee also voted that Cervarix, a new HPV vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline, appeared to be safe and effective for girls and young women 10 to 25 years of age. Cervarix has been approved in Europe. ‘This is an important step in cancer prevention for the millions of girls and young women at risk for cervical cancer,’ said Barbara Howe, vice president and director of North American vaccine development for GlaxoSmithKline.”
— not to speak of an important step toward greater profits for GlaxoSmithKline. And, of course, there are those unfortunate “side” effects:

“Still, the panel recommended that Glaxo do more studies that would monitor miscarriages and other problems reported by patients” [emphasis added].


Here’s a pdf of this post. Please distribute it widely.


19 Responses to “Gardasil and Cervarix: Vaccination insanity”

  1. Philip said

    As I said before, Henry, it’s just like Whine Flu, S(c)ARS, Avian Flew and others – just publicity stunts to sell more drugs. Am not surprised about the HPV for men thing; look at how they’re marketing anti-hypertensives now. Previously, you’re hypertensive if you get a BP of 140/90, and that’s when you get dosed. Now 130/80 will get you a “diagnosis” of “pre-hypertension” and you better get meds now to PREVENT your BP from going up. What a scam.

    • Henry Bauer said

      Philip; Yes indeed. Same with cholesterol guidelines; what used to be regarded as healthy levels are now cause to prescribe statins, even as it’s becoming more widely recognized that high cholesterol isn’t a cause of heart disease.

  2. Joshua said

    A Florida woman says Gardasil is responsible for the death of her granddaughter:

  3. waking111 said

    A few of the dozens of questionable substances that vaccine-pushers have admitted to including in public vaccines:

    – Aluminum hydroxide/phosphate (allegedly linked to causing Alzheimer’s disease);
    – . . . hydrolysate of casein (all a causal element for all the various auto-immune diseases linked with vaccination);
    – Formalin (contains formaldehyde);
    – Glutaraldehyde (industrial water treatment chemical);
    – Monosodium glutamate (MSG) (an excitotoxin, known to cause cancer in humans);
    – Thimerosal mercury (a neurotoxin linked to so many diseases it’s astonishing);
    – . . .

    We have no idea how much worse the ‘h1n1’ vaccine will be, especially if they are going to this length of sheer nonsense and induce mass hysteria to sell you on it.

    Please, for your own good: turn off the idiot box, let go of fear & EDUCATE YOURSELF. The pharma-industrial-military complex have been systematically dumbing down human beings for decades.

    • Henry Bauer said

      waking111: I edited out some of the things you alleged. If you can supply trustwrthy referencesfor those claims I’ll put them back in

  4. Shona said

    I read your comments with interest as I have two daughters ages 12 and 16 and had already decided NOT to get them vaccinated. The thing that made me sceptical was that this vaccine is “dressed up” as a protection against cervical cancer when it is only a protection against one of many forms of HPV which is “one of a number of potential antecedents” of cancer. I have educated my girls to be safe and responsible and that’s a more effective way of improving their health chances.
    Sadly governments are tied in with drugs companies (ministers are on their board of directors, the companies help fund parties etc) and this vaccination programme is pumping billions into these companies’ coffers. As you so correctly pointed out, the chances of developing cancer are the same or less than the chances of having serious side-effects! And with adequate screening the cancer is not fatal! I am not being overly sceptical, just critically aware, and advise others to be so too.

    • Henry Bauer said

      Shona: I think it is not so much the ties between drug companies and government, though such ties do definitely exist; in the USA, there is an enormous conflict of interest because all the elected ones need much money for their campaigns, and they get much from drug companies, insurance companies, etc. But a big part of the problem too is that spokespeople for “medicine” or “science” are assumed to be speaking from absolutely reliable knowledge: first, they aren’t, because no human beings have access to absolutely reliable knowledge; second, doctors and scientists nowadays also have many conflicts of interest through ties — consultancies, research grants, etc. — to profit-making groups.

      Another large part of the problem is how association, correlation, has come to be implicitly accepted as causation in medical discourse. The Trojan Horse is the term “risk factor”. “Risk factors” are identified because of correlations; but then drug companies have gotten away with selling things that “decrease risk factors” as though that meant a decrease in actual risk. For example, high cholesterol is associated — very imperfectly, and only in some groups — with arterial “disease” (plaque build-up) and statins are marketed because they can lower the cholesterol level. But the high levels of cholesterol have never been shown to be the CAUSE of plaque build-up, and indeed it seems that inflammation is what sets off the building up of deposits; see the review by J. M. Kauffman of “The Cholesterol Myths: Exposing the Fallacy that Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease, by Uffe Ravnskov” in Journal of Scientific Exploration 15 #4 (2001) 531-76.

  5. Philip said

    You’ve probably heard of this by now:
    LONDON – British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it was working with health authorities here investigating the death of a schoolgirl following a cervical cancer vaccination.
    The 14-year-old died on Monday when the Cervarix vaccine was administered at her school in Coventry, central England, as part of a national vaccination to protect women against the disease.
    Health authorities have isolated the batch of vaccine used in the school involved against the Human Papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually-transmitted virus which is the primary cause of cervical cancer.
    “The incident happened shortly after the girl had received her HPV vaccine in the school,” said Dr. Caron Grainger, joint head of public health for the National Health Service (NHS) in Coventry and Coventry City Council.
    Late Tuesday Grainger said test results revealed the teenager had a “serious underlying medical condition” and the vaccination was therefore “most unlikely” to have caused her death.
    “The preliminary post-mortem results have revealed a serious underlying medical condition which was likely to have caused death,” she said.
    “We are awaiting further test results which will take some time. However, indications are that it was most unlikely that the HPV vaccination was the cause of death.”
    The Department of Health said the vaccination program would continue as planned, stressing that more than 1.4 million doses had been given out in Britain and the vaccine had a “strong safety record”.
    “The quarantining of this batch is a purely precautionary measure,” a spokesperson said, adding: “The HPV vaccination program can continue as planned — there is no reason for the campaign to be suspended or interrupted.”
    In a statement GSK, which produces Cervarix, said it was working with health authorities “to better understand this case, as at this stage the exact cause of this tragic death is unknown.”
    It added: “To date the vast majority of suspected adverse reactions (to Cervarix) have related either to the signs and symptoms of recognized side effects listed in the product information or were due to the injection process and not the vaccine itself.”
    Awareness of cervical cancer was boosted earlier this year by the death from the disease of a reality television star, Jade Goody, who garnered publicity notably for the need for women to have regular cervical smear tests.
    Wow, if someone with a heart attack tests positive for H1N1, they say it’s H1N1 related. (whiny voice) “Oh the H1N1 must have exacerbated the underlying medical condition!”(/end voice)

    But in this case, the vaccine can’t possibly have anything to do with it, since the girl had conveniently unspecified underlying medical condition.

    Granted, correlation doesn’t necessarily mean causation, but I wish these guys would make up their minds on what standard to follow. Oh wait, there is one standard: whatever will make big pharma money!

    • Henry Bauer said

      Philip: You are very right, that some other cause than the treatment will always be suggested for an unfortunate event. With HAART, the exlaining away goes that it isn’t the drugs that are causing the liver and kidney and heart failures, it’s because the drugs are keeping the people alive long enough to get those conditions — even though the people on HAART dying from them are aged in their 40s and 50s, much younger than most of us might expect to contract those ailments.

      An Austrian doctor reports that there have been two cases of young girls suffering massive neurological symptoms 3 weeks after vaccination against HPV; one died, the other eventually recovered.

      • Philip said

        Henry, I would like to point out that at least Chinese medicine is better in admitting that abuses in medicinals causes mistakes. From a classic text, and I paraphrase: there are four causes of disease a) environmental causes b) psycho-emotional and dietary causes (lumped into “internal causes”) c) trauma and infection (called trauma and/or “pestilential factors”) and finally d) WRONG TREATMENT.

        Chinese medicine recognizes that WRONG TREATMENT is a MAJOR cause of disease. Why can’t “conventional” medicine?

  6. Sabine Kalitzkus said

    How many girls will have to die yet until the parents of still living girls will re-discover their common sense?

  7. Sabine Kalitzkus said

    Natalie was the name of the deceased girl, and Gardasil the name of the vaccine that did not cause her death.

    There is this 15-pages package insert with its ingredients, like for example:

    Each 0.5-mL dose of the vaccine contains approximately 225 mcg of aluminum (as amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate adjuvant), 9.56 mg of sodium chloride, 0.78 mg of L-histidine, 50 mcg of polysorbate 80, 35 mcg of sodium borate, and water for injection. The product does not contain a preservative or antibiotics. [Emphases added.]

    Polysorbate 80 (tween 80) is an exciting contraceptive. This “side”-effect of Gardasil possibly makes it interesting for boys and young men, at least for the ones who survive the vaccination procedures:

    According to the World Intellectual Property Organization, which is part of the United Nations, scientists from the organization are developing vaccines specifically to damage fertility as a method of contraception. A suggested ingredient for the vaccine is tween 80 (polysorbate 80): “In a preferred embodiment the vaccine comprises oil, preferably a biodegradable oil such as squalene oil. Typically, the vaccine is prepared using an adjuvant concentrate which contains lecithin in squalene oil. The aqueous solution glycoprotein is typically a phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) solution, and additionally preferably contains Tween 80.” (Fertility Impairing Vaccine And Methods of Use’ This application claims the benefit of U. S. Provisional Application No. 60/070,375, filed January 2,1998, U. S. Provisional Application No. 60/071,406, filed January 15,1998.)

    However, condoms seem to be cheaper than Gardasil/Tween 80 and they don’t have serious side-effects:

    A study published in December, 2005 discovered that Tween80 can cause anaphylaxis, a sometimes fatal reaction characterized by a sharp drop in blood pressure, hives, and breathing difficulties. Researchers concluded that the severe reaction was not a typical allergic response characterized by the combination of IgE antibodies and the release of histamines; it was caused by a serious disruption that had occurred within the immune system.

    “… to damage fertility as a method of contraception.” Subtlety in the post-scientific era …

    As fertility has declined steadily in the Western world during the past decades, there are perhaps some more modern contraceptives masking themselves as vaccines. And what about the swine-flu vaccine?

    • Philip said

      @Sabine – actually the brand name of what was given to Natalie Morton was Cervarix, produced by Glaxo-Smith-Kline. Gardasil is manufactured by Merck. Still doesn’t change the facts!

  8. Sabine Kalitzkus said

    Yes, Philip, it doesn’t change anything — except that Cervarix cannot be used as a contraceptive. Polysorbate 80 is missing.

    On the contrary Cervarix can be used as a powerful device to produce cervical cancer, just like its sibling Gardasil.

    There is a company called “HiFi DNA”, who in May 2007 requested the FDA to reclassify their “Human Papillomavirus (HPV) DNA Nested Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Detection”, because in May 2003 the FDA had stated publicly:

    “The FDA today approved expanded use of a laboratory test to detect the presence in women of human papillomavirus (HPV), one of the most common sexually transmitted infections.”

    “The HPV DNA test does not test for cancer, but for the HPV viruses that can cause cell changes in the cervix. If left untreated, these changes can eventually lead to cancer in some women.”

    “Most women who become infected with HPV are able to eradicate the virus and suffer no apparent long-term consequences to their health. But a few women develop a persistent infection that can eventually lead to pre-cancerous changes in the cervix.”

    “. . .most infections are short-lived and not associated with cervical cancer.”

    HiFi DNA sensed a new chance to make money by offering a product tailored to keep up with the scientific evidence the FDA itself had acknowledged in 2003:

    PCR-based HPV detection device with provision for accurate HPV genotyping is more urgently needed now because vaccination with GardasilTM of the women who are already sero-positive and PCR-positive for vaccine-relevant genotypes of HPV has been found to increase the risk of developing high-grade precancerous lesions by 44.6%, according to an FDA VRBPAC Background Document: GardasilTM HPV Quadrivalent Vaccine. May 18, 2006 VRBPAC Meeting. http://www.fda.izov/ohrms/dockets/ac/06/briefing/2006-4222B3
    [14]. [Emphasis added.]

    The study in question was a randomized trial to check the “Effect of Human Papillomavirus 16/18 L1 Viruslike Particle Vaccine Among Young Women With Preexisting Infection” and has partly been sponsored by Merck. The outcome was embarrassing:

    Objective To determine whether vaccination against HPV types 16 and 18 increases the rate of viral clearance in women already infected with HPV.

    Participants A total of 2189 women aged 18 to 25 years who were recruited between June 2004 and December 2005. Participants were positive for HPV DNA at enrollment, had at least 6 months of follow-up, and had follow-up HPV DNA results.

    Results There was no evidence of increased viral clearance at 6 or 12 months in the group who received HPV vaccine compared with the control group. … There was no evidence of a therapeutic effect for other oncogenic or nononcogenic HPV categories, among women receiving all vaccine doses, among women with single infections, or among women stratified by the following entry variables: HPV-16/18 serology, cytologic results, HPV DNA viral load, time since sexual debut, Chlamydia trachomatis or Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection, hormonal contraceptive use, or smoking.

    Conclusion In women positive for HPV DNA, HPV-16/18 vaccination does not accelerate clearance of the virus and should not be used to treat prevalent infections.

    HPV infections are prevalent in almost all girls and women who had sex at least once in their life. It is these women who “increase the risk of developing high-grade precancerous lesions by 44.6%”, if they are vaccinated with Gardasil, as the petition to the FDA mentions. has The Great HPV Vaccine Hoax Exposed running on nine pages. It’s a kind of a must read for all girls, women, and parents.

  9. Alexa said

    Unfortunately I was coerced into giving my daughter two of these awful shots. She had instantaneous side effects and is still having them. All of the girls seem to be getting autoimmune disease — hence AIDS. What research is being done linking AIDS to this vaccine? We are very scared for my daughter and can not find help. What ingredient is it that is the most likely culprit of all the problems? We have been trying to chelate for aluminum, but does metal toxicity cause autoimmune disease? Or is that the HPV virus they infect the girls with? Yes, any information would be appreciated. We don’t have anywhere to go.

  10. MacDonald said

    • Henry Bauer said

      MacD: Many thanks, this is about all that anyone should need as a reason to steer clear of “cervical cancer” vaccination. Perhaps this is why the drug peddlers and the CDC now recommend or approve it to protect boys from genital warts…..

  11. Godofredo said

    From its inception until the appearance of uterine cervical carcinoma (UCC) takes a average of 20-30 years; the research of this vaccine have begun in 2000. It is evident that the scientific efficacy of this new vaccine will be determined the years 2025 – 2030.
    HPV not causes definitely the (CCU); at the onset of this disease involves multiple risk factors, including the suspected HPV, but scientifically is proven by epidemiology and statistics that the sex is what generates this disease. Nix in 100.000 nuns found not any UCC.
    To accept that a virus or a bacteria causes a infection disease must unfailingly fulfill the five Koch’s postulate
    1 – The agent must be present in every case of the disease and absent from healthy.
    2 – The agent must not appear in other diseases.
    3 – The agent to be isolated in pure culture from disease lesions.
    4 – The agent of causing disease in a susceptible animal being inoculated.
    5 – The agent must again be isolated lesions in experimental animals.
    Consequently, HPV not fulfill not any principle of Koch’s postulate. by not meeting this postulate, that is accepted as dogma in medicine, scientifically we must be ensure that the HPV is not the causative agent to the UCC..
    Until May 2013 Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting Syntem (VAERS) published that the vaccines against the HPV caused only in Unites States 138 muertes and 30020 adverse events; 947 disabled: 12 males, 924 females and 11sex unknown; 4050 advers graves: 106 males, 3883 females and 57 unknown sex; 527 abnormal PAP smears, 214 dysplasia cervical and cervical cancer 214. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System secure that only the !% to 10% are denounced
    The Vaccine efects advers reactions (VAERS) ensures that only complaint between 1% to 10% of the adverse effects produced by this evil vaccine;this figures shown are calculated according to the statements of the VAERS: to 10%.
    Dr. Harper, who contributed to the development of the vaccine by Merck, reports that the vaccine was not investigated in children under 15 years and the vaccine given to children under 11 years is a big public experiment.
    The vaccine was approved to give girls uncontaminated with HPV, Dr. Howenstinc ensures that the women are vaccinated with HPV contaminated, have the possibility to acquire a 44.6% CCU / Howenstine/james170.htm.
    Merck did not disclose that the vaccine was transgenic, the Sane Vax has discovered, which is transgenic because it has been found that the vaccine is contaminated with DNA recombinant vaccine Gardasil (DNArPVH) and has raised its concerns to the president of the FDA Margaret Hamburg. The FDA replied that the vaccine will not cause any damage transgenic
    A vaccinated child was ill with rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune disease. 24 hours after vaccination and found that the aluminum adhered to DNArPVH, two years after vaccination and in autopsy 6 months after death in a New Zeland girl Jazmine Renata which had recibed this deadly vaccines
    Management time to get market approval of a drug the FDA is at least three years, it is a drug for cancer 15 years, but the authorization Merck had only six months and the European Medicines Agency (EMA in English) only 9 months: To introduce the vaccine are using the marketing of fear
    HPV is ubiquitous; lives in wild and domestic animals, pollute us from birth, is on the doorknobs, on towels, on nails, on fomites, in gloves and specula of gynecologists,. sexual intercourse is not the only means of contamination.
    HPV also lives in the 400 nm outermost of our skin and mucous membranes. ,
    If you live in our skin, our immune system produces cellular and humoral immunity is acquired or that our body is self vaccinatinge by PVHs living on our skin and mucous ..
    The PVHs is not distributed uniformly worldwide. It has been found that in Canada HPV 18 only reaches 3%; is more often HPV 31, in my country Peru no studies have determined that HPV types predominate; Gardasil contains 225 mcg. aluminum and Cervarix 500 mcg, that produce the Alzheimer, Parkinson and autism, produce too neurotoxic and immune system disorders (Blaylock 2012) and Polisorbato 80, a powerful contraceptive, that in experimental animals produces sterility, atrophy of the testicles and disturbance organic and funtional of the organs of the reproduction; is carcinogenic and mutagenic; also contains sodium borate considered poison unused in medicinal preparations (NLM)
    Have been discovered to date 200 types of HPV; HPV is not infectious, contagious; the intercourse is not only that the persons is contaminated
    On 22-11-2010 FDA approved Gardasil for males aged 9 to 26 to prevent warts and cancer to the anus, is overkill
    For the reasons from deep Peru Huancayo, I believe that this vaccine is a fraud?, a robbery?, a swindle?, a rough joke?, a crime?, a shame?, a scam?
    The HPV is not scientifically proved for the moment that produce the UCC its effectiveness shall be verified just the years of 2025-2030.
    Dr. Godofredo Arauzo
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