Industry insider speaks out against another government-favored vaccine

Earlier this year, I warned you about the problems associated with Gardasil, the popular human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine.

Believe it or not, Merck is now “doubling down” on their bets with an updated version of Gardasil called V503. The new vaccine will supposedly protect against twice as many HPV strains as Gardasil. But I urge you to make sure that young girls in your community never get either of these vaccines.

I knew some of the “beltway bandits” who first came up with the idea for this vaccine 20 years ago. And even back then, I suspected we were in for trouble. But even I couldn’t have imagined the extent of the deadly scam perpetrated on the American people and our young daughters.

You see, HPV is a common virus that spreads through sexual contact. In fact, it’s the most common sexually transmitted disease in the world. And 80 percent of women will develop at least one strain of HPV by the age of 50.

In rare cases, the HPV virus can cause cervical cancer. So big pharma promotes the HPV vaccine as a way to prevent cervical cancer. But there are many problems with their twisted attempts to use that rationale.

First, cervical cancer rates are already extremely low. And they’ve been dropping steadily since the 1960s with the introduction of the safe and affordable Pap smear screening test for cervical cancer.

Second, 70 percent of all HPV infections of the cervix actually resolve without treatment within one year. And 90 percent of them resolve within two years. On the CDC website, you even find this statement:

Most high-risk HPV infections occur without any symptoms, go away within 1 to 2 years, and do not cause cancer.

So–most cases resolve without treatment. And most cases never cause cervical cancer. Plus, regular Pap smears catch the relatively rare, truly dangerous cases that do go on to cause cervical cancer. In fact, this is the only cancer screening test that actually works the way cancer screening is supposed to work!

The third problem with the HPV vaccine?

At least a dozen high-risk types of HPV can cause cervical cancer. Yet the two HPV vaccines currently on the market only protect against two types of HPV that can cause cancer: HPV-16 and HPV-18.

If we believe big pharma, the updated V503 vaccine will protect against all of four types of potentially cancer-causing HPV infections. But still…what’s the point of a “new, improved” vaccine that still only protects against four out of 12 target types? Plus, protecting against “twice” as many strains means nothing when it’s nowhere near enough either way.

Especially when you consider, again, that most HPV infections clear on their own without ever causing cancer. And, again, that we can easily spot and treat all cervical cancers (regardless of viral types) through regular Pap smears.

The fourth problem is simply that the vaccine has never been tested to show it actually can reduce cervical cancers!

And finally, the vaccine just isn’t safe.

The majority of the trials for Gardasil were performed on adolescents, 15 years and older. But now the government-industrial-medical complex shamelessly pushes the vaccine on innocent 9-year-old girls!

And that’s a flat-out crime.

As of December 13, 2013, the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) received a total of 29,918 vaccine reaction reports associated with Gardasil vaccinations. Including 140 deaths. (Of course, parents make these reports. And they have to overcome all the obstacles that have been put into place to make reporting difficult. In fact, VAERS paperwork is unbelievably cumbersome–even compared to other tedious government paperwork.)

Some of the serious side effects reported to VAERS included:

  • Guillain Barré Syndrome (made infamous by the government’s disastrous swine flu vaccine of the 1970s). It’s a paralysis lasting for years, often permanently, sometimes causing suffocation.
  • Lupus
  • Seizures
  • Blood clots
  • Encephalitis (inflammation of the brain)

As of 2009, the death rate from cervical cancer in the U.S. was about three out of every 100,000 women. This rate is similar to that of reported serious adverse events from Gardasil. About 3.4 women die out of every 100,000 “doses distributed.” But since many doses are still stockpiled (awaiting the start of the school season) and since girls can get three doses–calculating the death rate “by doses distributed” is deceptively low. And the death rate per young girl is actually multiples higher!

Yet, tragically, most people have no idea how dangerous this vaccine really is.

Thankfully, one doctor named Dr. Diane Harper began speaking out about Gardasil about five years ago. According to Dr. Harper, the HPV vaccine has been over-marketed and its benefits oversold.

Why is her opinion so important?

Dr. Harper actually helped design and carry out the Phase II and Phase III safety and effectiveness studies to get Gardasil approved. She also authored many of the published scholarly papers about it.

Dr. Harper says the vaccine isn’t even proven to protect girls against HPV for more than five years.

In a CBS interview, she said, “If we vaccinate 11-year-old girls, and the protection doesn’t last…we’ve put them at harm from side effects…for no benefit. The benefit to public health is nothing, there is no reduction in cervical cancers, they are just postponed, unless the protection lasts for 15 years, and over 70 percent of all sexually active females of all ages are vaccinated.”

Plus, I keep coming back to the success of the simple Pap smear. Cervical cancer is entirely curable when detected through regular Pap screenings. So why do we even need big pharma’s deadly junk vaccines?

But big pharma isn’t the only one to blame. Non-profit foundations, public health agencies, and insurance companies aid and abet this entire HPV vaccine fraud. Remember, in February I told you about the city of Chicago’s campaign to vaccinate 80 percent of their 13-to-15-year-old girls by 2020?

Now, here’s the greater tragedy…

The HPV vaccine propaganda has been so successful, young women who get the vaccine now have a false sense of security. They think they are actually protected against cervical cancer! (Though as Dr. Harper points out, the evidence to support this belief just isn’t there.) So these women may very well stop getting the truly safe and effective Pap smear tests. For this reason, I fear we may well see cervical cancer rates skyrocket once again in the coming decades–the exact opposite of the empty promises of this useless vaccine.

Back in February when I first warned you about the HPV vaccine, little did I know what the real “insiders” would ultimately reveal. But when something smells this bad for years, we can ultimately expect to find it rotten to the core.

Sources:

1. “HPV Vaccine—Questions & Answers for the Public” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention” Centers for disease control (www.cdc.gov) 11/13/2009

2. “HPV and Cancer,” National Cancer Institute (www.cancer.gov) 3/5/2012

3. “Cervical Cancer Statistics” Centers for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov) 12/20/2012

4. “Merck: New Drugs Pending Approval or in Late Tests,”Sci-Tech Today (www.sci-tech-today.com) 5/7/2014

5. “Human Papillomavirus (HPV), HPV-Related Disease, and the HPV Vaccine,” Rev Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Winter; 1(1): 2–10

6. “Human Papillomavirus (HPV),” National Vaccine Information Center (www.nvic.org)

7. “HPV Vaccine: Debate Over Benefits, Marketing, and New Adverse Event Data,” Medscape (www.medscape.com) 8/18/2009

8. “Gardasil Researcher Speaks Out,” CBS News (www.cbsnews.com) 8/19/2009


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