Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix: Dangerous and Unnecessary


Several states have or are considering making HPV vaccinations mandatory for teenagers and even preteens before they’re allowed to attend school. Not only are these vaccinations proving to be dangerous with horrendous side effects, but they are also unnecessary. The disease it supposedly protects against is rare, contagious only through sex, and usually heals with little or no treatment.

What HPV Vaccines are About

The medical claim is that HPV, or human papillomavirus, can be transmitted through sex and cause cervical cancer. So of course, there must be a vaccine created to prevent this. At first it was for the young ladies aged from as early as nine to twenty-six.

Now, males are recommended for those vaccinations. The current claim is that males can also contract or spread the HPV virus through sex. Somehow an HPV wart that may occur on the genitals can become cancerous? This nonsense is believed wholly by the media and school administrators as well as gullible parents.

But here’s what Dr. Diane Harper, who helped develop Gardasil, said to attendees of the Fourth International Public Conference on Vaccination: “Gardasil is largely unnecessary, and it has never been fully tested on females under the age of 15 …[there`s] little need for the vaccine”. There are two HPV vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix.

Dr. Harper revealed that 70 percent of those infected with HPV recover within a year without treatment. Within two years, 90 percent recover. Of the remaining ten percent, few become cancerous. She further stated that cervical cancer is treatable and diminishing. Unfortunately, Dr. Harper was forced to “recant” her statement publicly. Too late; we got it. It’s a profitable hoax.

HPV is simply a medical term for genital warts. There are over 120 strains, and 99 percent of them are harmless.

Bury the Vaccine Damage; Blame the Victims

In 2010, a 15 year old girl and her 17 year old brother had terrible side effects, typical of thousands who had received one, two, or all three of the HPV vaccination series over the past few years. The younger girl had a serious seizure, a type of epileptic fit involving the whole body. Another girl had her ovaries destroyed because of the vaccine, rendering her infertile. Read more on that via the link.

First, the authorities accused the girl who suffered from the seizure of taking drugs. Because of her facial injuries from thrashing about during the seizure, they accused the father of beating her. A few months later, the older son also had a serious seizure after his HPV vaccination.

Although the mother finally managed to discover the connection for the daughter’s reactions to HPV vaccinations, the doctors had a hard time believing the son even had the shot. They were convinced that HPV vaccinations were only for girls!

Both teenagers still had lingering problems after their initial seizures, even though they did not continue with the complete HPV vaccination series of three shots.

A Long List of Victims

The Florida incidents occurred after assurances that there were no dangers from the vaccinations. After all, what harm could be caused by injecting aluminum adjuvants, polysorbate 80 (which induces sterility) and sodium borate (used in roach poisons and known to cause seizures and death)?

Keep in mind that it’s estimated that only 5% of actual vaccine adverse events make it to VAERS (vaccine adverse event reporting system). The following table of adverse events from VAERS as of June 2014 was provided by SaneVax.

Disabled 1,156
Deaths 169
Did Not Recover 7,111
Abnormal Pap Smear 572
Cervical Dysplasia 243
Cervical Cancer 78
Life Threatening 640
Emergency Room 11,705
Hospitalized 3,679
Extended Hospital Stay 251
Serious 4,920
Adverse Events 35,270

What do you think – is Gardasil or any other vaccine worth the risks? Remember, some research indicates that even those who escape extreme adverse effects from vaccinations suffer poorer overall health than those who aren’t vaccinated.

Articles by: Paul Fassa

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