vaccinated with Gardasil should stay away from competitive sports such as
football for at least two months, and should have an electrocardiogram to rule
out silent myocardial infarction if there is any incidence of syncope, chest
discomfort, tachycardia or hypotension within two months after
The Dangers of Gardasil with Dr. Russell Blaylock (14:32 minutes)
What You Need to Know About the
Dangers of the Gardasil Vaccine! Reprinted by permission. May 2007.
by Erica McPhee, Homeopathic
Gardasil vaccine is not a
vaccine for protection against cervical cancer as the pharmaceutical company
would like you to believe. It is a vaccine intended to prevent 4 types of HPV
(Human Papillomavirus). According to the Gardasil package insert, there are more
than 100 types of HPV! The American Cancer Institute reports HPV-16 (one of the
strains the vaccine is intended to protect against) is found in approximately
50% of cervical cancer cases connected to HPV. Merck, the vaccine manufacturer,
states approximately 70% of cases are connected to 2 of the 4 types of HPV the
vaccine is intended to prevent.
In 90% of HPV cases, the virus is
asymptomatic, will not cause disease, and goes away without treatment. Thus
other factors are necessary to trigger precancerous lesions and/or cervical
cancer. As an adult, if you have already been exposed to those types of HPV,
which approximately 50% of people have, the vaccine is virtually useless. Thus
the reason they are targeting young girls.
The vaccine has not been studied
extensively and its long term effectiveness is unknown. In one study reported in
the November 2002 New England Journal of Medicine, of the 1533 women left in the
study (after ruling out the 859 who already had HPV and abnormal cervical
issues), 41 in the placebo group developed HPV-16. Nine of these women went on
to develop pre-cancerous lesions. However, 22 other women in the placebo group
went on to develop pre-cancerous lesions not associated with the HPV strains in
By comparison, none of the women
receiving the HPV vaccine contracted this specific strain of HPV-16, but another
22 women in the vaccinated group developed precancerous lesions! How does this
prove the vaccine prevents cervical cancer?! It doesn't. It simply shows it may
prevent some cases of HPV. But this still leaves women vulnerable to cervical
cancer! And 17 months is not enough time to determine if any of these women will
then go on to develop cervical cancer later in life when it is most likely to
According to Merck's website, in
further studies, the efficacy of the vaccine in 9-15 year old girls is
"inferred" (based on antibody production), not proven. Historically, other
vaccines have shown antibody production does not prove immunity. It further
states on the website, vaccination with Gardasil may not result in protection in
all vaccine recipients.
Not to mention, the vaccine offers
no protection against AIDS, chlamydia, herpes, the 96+ other types of HPV, or
any other sexually transmitted disease. Whether intentional or not, it fosters a
false sense of security. Like with any vaccine, it carries the risk of damaging
the immune system and other vaccine reactions.
It states right in the package
insert if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant, you should not receive
this vaccine. How many little girls and young women are planning to get
The longevity of the vaccine has
not been studied so it is unknown whether the alleged protection will last more
than a few years or whether there are long term side effects. In addition to the
normal vaccine reactions of swelling and itching, reactions include fever,
nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and severe allergic reaction. Fainting has been
reported following the vaccine, as stated on the package insert, which is an
uncommon reaction to most vaccines. Reports of reactions in the VAERS (National
Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) include seizures, fever, pain, and
Guillain-Barre syndrome (a disorder in which the body's immune system attacks
the peripheral nervous system causing paralysis and other dangerous symptoms).
The vaccine also includes
aluminum, sodium chloride, L-histidine, polysorbate 80, water, and sodium borate
- boric acid - (poison)! Boric acid, an insecticide and anti-fungal, is banned
in the United States as a food additive. It is toxic to all cells. The negative
effects of aluminum and other heavy metals are widely reported.
L-histidine is an essential amino
acid which is a precursor to allergic reactions. It stimulates the inflammatory
response of skin and mucous membranes (one possible cause of the allergic
reactions reported). It is also responsible for forming metal bearing enzymes
(such as the toxic metal storage protein metallothionein). Metals such as zinc,
copper, and nickel are transported by binding to L-histidine and the binding is
essential for excretion of excess heavy metals. Many parents of autistic
children are quite familiar with Metallothionein and MT deficiency.
Anyone familiar with the
principles of homeopathy and "like cures like" knows if you highly dilute and
potentize something and apply it to a well person, it can cause symptoms and ill
health. This is how they prove homeopathic remedies - by giving the remedy to
healthy people and determining the symptoms it produces. This vaccine could
theoretically be the perfect formula for creating allergy and autism in healthy
children. One has to ask, are the pharmaceutical companies really that devious
or just that stupid?!
The National Cancer Institute
states cervical cancer in the United States is "extremely rare." It estimates
the lifetime risk for cervical cancer is 0.73% - that is less than 1 percent.
Many would argue it would make a difference if you were part of that one
percent. It is my opinion this vaccine is a bad idea, despite the fact I had
pre-invasive cervical cancer at 23 – with no indication of HPV. This came three
years after a disastrous MMR revax in college which brought on severe
environmental allergies, reactions and allergies to almost all foods, exercise
induced anaphylaxis, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue lasting for almost 20
years until dramatically improved with homeopathy.
The University of Maryland Medical
Center reports several studies show a strong relationship between cervical
cancer and extended use of oral contraceptives, genetics, smoking and
second-hand smoke, harmful chemicals, unprotected sex with numerous partners,
and having multiple children. The Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and
Research also reports cigarette smoking increases the risk of precancerous
changes and cervical cancer. Regular Pap smears are the best defense in early
detection of precancerous cervical changes.
As with any vaccine, only the
parent can decide what is in the best interest of their child. But they need all
the facts to make this decision. We have to ask ourselves, does the benefit
outweigh the risk? Hopefully, this article will prevent `one less' parent from
being misinformed by TV and magazine advertisements.
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