What You Need to Know to Protect Your Daughter from the Gardasil Vaccine Disaster

The HPV vaccine has proven to be a disaster. This vaccine, developed to protect young women from cervical cancer, has failed to provide protection. In fact, it has succeeded in doing the opposite by increasing cervical cancer rates in those vaccinated.

Reports of health damage caused by this vaccine are immense. The HPV vaccination has been linked with life-threatening autoimmune disorders, cancer, paralysis, infertility and death. In fact, several countries have opposed the vaccine, as evidenced through public warning or lawsuits.

A lead researcher of the vaccine has advised parents not to use it. One independent group of physicians has recently issued a warning against the vaccine. However, in spite of overwhelming evidence against this vaccine’s effectiveness and safety, US physicians continue to strongly recommend it for their patients.

With the failure of the medical industry to recognize the HPV vaccine disaster, the responsibility falls to parents to do their own research. Parents must stand strong in their independent, educated decisions when facing opposition from their physicians who blindly follow industry recommendations without further investigation.

Intimidation and other scare tactics may be used, but your children’s lives are in your hands. If your precious child suffers vaccine damage, physicians hold no liability or responsibility.

What Is The HPV Vaccine?

Gardasil is a human papilomavirus (HPV) vaccine which supposedly promises protection against four types of HPV. The four types of HPV targeted include types 6, 11, 16 and 18. The Gardasil vaccine proposes protection against two types of HPV, which allegedly cause 70 percent of cervical cancer cases and up to 50 percent of vulvar cancer cases.

The vaccine also advertises protection from 80 percent of anal cancer cases, along with 90 percent of genital warts. The vaccine targets females and males ages 9-26. The Gardasil vaccination was licensed first and is the most widely used HPV vaccination in the United States. [1,2]

HPV Vaccine Appears To Increase Risk Of Cervical Cancer In Young Women

Cervical cancer is a very low-risk cancer for young women, generally presenting in older women and easily screened by pap smears. This cancer is usually easily treatable when detected early. The rationale for this vaccination targeting young women makes no common sense, since young women are not at high risk for this cancer and the vaccine protection promises to last a short five years.

Sadly, the HPV vaccine appears to be having the opposite effect of what it proposes to do. By March of 2012, 669 young women had reported abnormal pap smears and cervical dysplasia to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Fifty women reported cancer as a result of the HPV vaccine. These reports are estimated to be a very small percentage of the actual events. [3]

These occurrences correlate with other reports of vaccines actually causing the very illness they propose to prevent. Recent measles and mumps outbreaks have been reported in those vaccinated. The polio vaccination was also accused of causing new cases of polio outbreaks. How effective are vaccines which, in reality, cause the very disease they propose to prevent? [4-6]

United States HPV Vaccine Health Damage Reports

There are actually two HPV vaccines, the Gardasil vaccination and the Cervarix vaccine. Gardasil was licensed first in the US, so it has the majority of the market share. After Gardasil was licensed, thousands of reports were received of sudden collapse with unconsciousness within 24 hours, seizures, disabling fatigue, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, facial paralysis, brain inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, blood clots, multiple sclerosis, strokes, heart and other serious health problems, including death.

As of September 1, 2015, 295 claims of injury were filed in the federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) for injuries and deaths following the HPV Gardasil vaccination, including 13 deaths and 282 serious injuries.

As of September 30, 2015, 37,474 vaccine adverse reactions associated with the Gardasil vaccination were reported to VAERS, including 209 deaths; 3,119 Cervarix vaccine adverse reactions, including 16 deaths were reported to VAERS. Gardasil vaccines have been linked to serious autoimmune disorders. [7]

Research Links Gardasil Vaccines To Life-Threatening Autoimmune Disorders

A 2014 report summary states autoimmune disorders are one of the serious adverse reactions related to the HPV vaccination. Autoimmune disorders often have a late onset in reaction to vaccinations.

As of 2010, it was estimated that 140 million Americans were living with one of 140 debilitating autoimmune disorders, including Crohn’s disease, type 1 diabetes, and multiple sclerosis.

Autoimmune disorders are a leading cause of death among girls and young women. Another report estimates one of five Americans suffer from an autoimmune-mediated disease, a course which has reached epidemic numbers in recent years. [8,9]

Withdrawal Of Support Of HPV Vaccine By Lead Developer

In 2009, Dr. Diane Harper, lead researcher for the Gardasil vaccination, issued extensive warnings to young girls and their parents about the Gardasil vaccination. Dr. Harper assisted in designing and carrying out the Phase ll and lll safety and effectiveness studies needed to get Gardasil approved. She was a paid speaker and consultant to Merck, the maker of the Gardasil vaccination.

Harper reported that the serious adverse reports of health damage following the Gardasil vaccine outweigh any protection, lasting only five years, against the very small risk of cervical cancer. [10]

Warning By American College Of Pediatricians

Dr. Scott S. Fields of the American College of Pediatricians issued a warning in a January 2016 report that the Gardasil vaccination could be associated with a rare but serious condition known as premature menopause, or premature ovarian failure. This warning is a significant step for an organized medical group to make. [11]

Withdrawal Of Support For HPV Vaccine In Other Countries

Spain, France, India and Japan have filed criminal lawsuits against Merck. Charges have been made on behalf of families of young women suffering serious adverse reactions to the vaccination. [12]

In 2013, the Japanese government withdrew its recommendations for the use of the HPV vaccination for girls, due to concerns with related health problems. Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare estimated that 3.28 million Japanese have received the HPV vaccination, with 1,968 negative health reactions reported following vaccination. These side effects include long-term pain, paralysis, and infertility. [13,14]

Blind Endorsement Continues By The CDC And Physicians

In spite of overwhelming evidence of the HPV vaccine failure and related health damage, physicians continue to blindly recommend this vaccination. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to recommend this vaccine for all males and female between the ages of 9-26. The CDC recommends three separate, subsequent vaccinations of this vaccination series. [15]

The majority of obstetricians and pediatricians continue to follow their professional organization’s guidelines for HPV vaccine recommendations. The following medical organizations recommend the HPV vaccination:

  • American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
  • American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
  • American Cancer Society (ACS)
  • American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) [16]

Responsibility For Vaccine Decision Falls On Parents

It is important for parents to review the evidence for and against the HPV vaccination. Parents must carefully weigh this vaccine’s pros and cons, until they are entirely comfortable with their decision.

We are fortunate to live in an era in which we still have freedom of speech on the Internet. Individuals can access several independent news sources to obtain factual independent data, not only the advertising provided by the makers and sellers of vaccinations.

When discussing this vaccination with your health care provider, it is important to keep in mind that vaccinations continue to be the holy grail of modern medicine, in spite of the many holes in the theory of vaccine safety and effectiveness. Physicians are heavily biased in favor of vaccinations, which is a large part of their medical training.

The National Vaccine Information Center is a good resource for beginning your investigation into the HPV vaccine. Your child depends on you to make an informed decision.



  1. http://www.gardasil.com/
  2. http://www.merck.com/product/usa/pi_circulars/g/gardasil/gardasil_ppi.pdf
  3. http://sanevax.org/hpv-vaccine-vaers-reports-march-2012/
  4. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/polio-vaccines-now-1-cause-polio-paralysis
  5. http://www.naturalnews.com/048519_vaccines_measles_virus_shedding.html
  6. https://vactruth.com/2016/02/18/mmr-vaccine/
  7. http://www.nvic.org/vaccines-and-diseases/HPV.aspx
  8. http://info.cmsri.org/the-driven-researcher…
  9. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/hpv-vaccine…
  10. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/gardasil-researcher-speaks-out/
  11. http://www.acpeds.org/the-college-speaks/position-statements…
  12. http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/gardasil-vaccine…
  13. http://www.tokyotimes.com/hpv-vaccine-seen-differently-by-japan-and-the-u-s/
  14. http://www.naturalnews.com/041099_Gardasil…
  15. http://www.gardasil.com/
  16. http://www.gardasil.com/about-gardasil/who-should-get-vaccinated/


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Michelle Goldstein is a mental health therapist who is passionate about holistic health, natural healing, nutrient-dense foods and the politics that impact them. She has published articles for Natural News, VacTruth, and other health websites. All of her published articles to date can be found at her health website, Holistic Health to Go. She can also be followed on her Facebook Page.

  • Thomas Johnson


    Just thought I’d add something actually worth reading here.

  • The lead author works at merck? Gimme a break.

  • Thomas Johnson

    You’re welcome to dissect the study and show its inaccuracies. Or you could look at this one: http://www.bmj.com/content/347/bmj.f5906

  • km

    This is why we need to repeal the law that protects Big Pharma from vaccine injuries. Please sign and share


    Thank you.

  • Gail Miller

    I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis 5 yrs ago along with Fibro, a yr before that I had cancer.. My brother just found out he has multiple sclerosis, my mom just had a tumor removed from her left breast.. Most of my friends are sick with something or have had cancer or some other disease along with THEIR friends and family!! As a nation we are sicker than ever! We have to quit letting them KILL us!! Why are we ALLOWING them to give this crap to our babies? Are we THAT afraid of the men/women in white lab coats?? I will never allow them to touch me or my kids ever again! But its too late because I didn’t know back then what I know now.. I only hope that if and when my girls have babies they decide to go against big pharma! Our Government sold us down the river for money, SCREW THEM!!

  • Ruth

    You’re being poisoned by more than just vaccines too. GMOs play a big part in this ‘conspiracy’ of toxins. I guess with vaccines they want to cripple or kill children who are too young to avoid it with something that doesn’t work and is quite potentially harmful.

  • nikki79

    One vaccine? What of the rest? This study didn’t hold vaccine/non-vaccine as a control. In other words, the control would have to have been someone without vaccines.

  • Thomas Johnson

    It’s a study of the quadrivalent vaccine (Gardasil), which is what this article is about. It’s a cohort study. If you had even read down to the 4th sentence you’d have seen that 700,759 girls didn’t receive the vaccine.

  • Planet Autism

    So you missed the bit where it said ” exposure to qHPV vaccine was significantly associated with Behcet’s syndrome, Raynaud’s disease, and type 1 diabetes.” did you?

  • Planet Autism
  • Thomas Johnson

    Sure! They’re a couple of anecdotes and an anti-vax opinion piece from Alliance for Natural Health International.

  • Thomas Johnson

    No, I read that! Then I read the next 2 sentences:

    “Each of these three outcomes fulfilled only one of three predefined signal strengthening criteria. Furthermore, the pattern of distribution in time after vaccination was random for all three and the rate ratios for these outcomes in the period from day 181 after vaccination were similar to the rate ratios in the primary risk period.”

  • Planet Autism

    R-i-g-h-t, so that’s all you can come up with then. I thought as much.

  • Planet Autism

    But still no comment on the Swedish cover-up eh. Neat. If a study is flawed, it’s flawed. Fullstop.

  • Thomas Johnson

    Nothing else to say about your links.

  • Thomas Johnson

    If you have anything other than an anti-vax opinion piece I’d be happy to look at it.

  • Gail Miller

    When I posted this to FB that’s what I added in :) Our Government could care less about us, as long as we act like the little sheep we are and pay our high taxes to make them rich.. Their days are numbered I think.

  • Planet Autism

    No, because it would be too much to analyse the information and facts contained therein.

  • Planet Autism

    Wow. You’re really not bothered how you’re making yourself look are you. So you call people that would prefer safe and effective vaccines instead of vaccines that harm, “anti-vaxxers”. The trouble with people like you (“pro-vaxxers” at any cost) is that you are too closed-minded to consider anything outside your blinkered views. If you did, you might just learn something. It’s a very tired response by blindly-wedded-to-the-men-in-white-coats types, to simply dismiss or attempt to discredit the source, without actually reading the content and responding to it. I think we’re done.

  • Planet Autism
  • Thomas Johnson

    Intellectually it would just be too painful.

  • Thomas Johnson

    Oh I read it. I read the links from it too. If you’re going to promote another conspiracy theory like the government of Denmark wants to cover up vaccine adverse effects you’ll have to do better than that.

  • guest

    Absolutely not worth reading considering this:

    While there are well-established cancer registries in the United States, it will take decades before the impact of vaccine on cervical cancer is observed. More proximal measures of vaccine impact include outcomes such as prevalence of HPV vaccine types, incidence of cervical pre-cancers and genital warts.
    Post-licensure monitoring of HPV vaccine in the United States, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Vaccine.2010 Jul 5;28 (30):4731-7. Epub 2010 Feb 25, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih(dot)gov/pubmed/201886881.

    Which makes the study BS on a large scale.

  • guest

    Lets get the back study on HPV:
    It has never been proven scientifically that HPV causes cervical cancer or any type of cancer. There is no scientific proof that the HPV vaccine prevents cervical cancer. There is no scientific evidence of any kind. (HPV VACCINE MYSTERIES-WHY WAS A NOBEL AWARD GIVEN FOR THIS ON DECEMBER 10,TH 2008?-http://www.whale(dot)to/vaccines/roberts.html.

    -Extraordinarily, at no point during vaccine production is the HPV virus claimed to be present. The reason for this is very simple. So far scientists have failed to persuade any cell culture to produce this virus, even cultures made of cervical cancer cells. A statement by the International Agency for
    Research on Cancer reported that this type of virus, the papillomaviruses (HPV), “cannot be propagated in tissue culture.” So far this virus is only said to be produced by ‘cloning” – i.e. by being made in a laboratory.

    Rather these vaccines are the product of a new synthetic vaccine industry based, not on isolating viruses, but on reproducing short lengths of genetic codes postulated to come from proteins that once formed the outer coat of the virus that is not itself found for the vaccines.

    Why is HPV virus thought to cause this cancer? It seems only because Harald zur Hausen found certain genetic codes in or near the cervical cancer cells; for, in about 90% of cases, ‘DNA and transcripts of specific HPV types are regularly detected in biopsies from cervical cancer and in its precursor lesions.’
    (International Agency for Research on Cancer op cit)

    He presumed these codes were from proteins that were unique to this virus. We have to say, “presumed,” as most viruses have not yet been studied so logically it is impossible for us to be certain that a protein is unique to any virus. Also, finding them in these cancer cells does not mean that they cause the cancers. The cells may produce them for other purposes

    Thus, because this virus cannot be grown, the vaccine is instead based on ‘Virus-Like Particles;’ made from synthetic versions of proteins said to be parts of HPV. In reality, human skin cells make these proteins – but these same cells have not confirmed their ability to make HPV itself by doing so in the laboratory. This makes it near impossible to prove that these proteins come from
    this virus.

    The ‘P’ of HPV stands for papillomavirus. This is described as containing a double strand of circular DNA 8 kb long. So far some seventy different proteins thought to come from variants of this virus have been found in human tissues, and some 20 in animals. It seems that they are “highly host specific” meaning that they do not move between animal species. Read remainder at the site.

    Also read: Also:Swedish Officials Investigating Nobel Prize Board:

    HPV Virus Infects the Nobel Prize Committee?

  • guest

    Gold Medalist Dies Of Cervical Cancer- Could It Be Because Of The HPV Vaccine She Received Years Ago? http://www.healthnutnews(dot)com/olympic-medalist-dies-of-cervical-cancer-despite-being-vaccinated-for-hpv-years-before/
    Australian, London Olympics medallist rower,Sarah Tait has died after a battle with cervical cancer-she was 33. She is survived by her senior national coach husband Bill and two
    children. Sadly, the HPV vaccine she had when she was younger didn’t save her and neither did the chemotherapy.

    -” Regarding corruption surrounding the recommendation of influenza vaccines; there are no restrictions with regard to conflicts of interest for the employees of the CDC or for those of the FDA (Kuehn, 2010). Each employee of either agency is allowed to own stock in drug companies. There is of course the revolving door. The most blatant example of revolving door corruption may be the action of the former director of the CDC, Julie Gerberding. Gererding blocked the CDC’s planned retraction of their recommendation for HPV vaccine after significant numbers of girls had died or been rendered paralyzed by the HPV vaccine.

    Soon after blocking the retraction, Gerberding was offered and took a position at Merck, the manufacturer of Gardasil, the world’s best selling HPV vaccine, as head of Merck Vaccines Department (Reuters, 2009). It is a level of corruption that we would expect to see in only third world countries.” Kuehn, B. (Feb 3, 2010). Office of Inspector General: CDC Lax in Policing Advisors’ Conflicts of Interest. The Journal of the American Medical Association 303. 5 412.

    -The origins of the HPV vaccine – A case of corruption in science: http://www.sott(dot)net/article/305663-SOTT-Exclusive-The-origins-of-the-HPV-vaccine-A-case-of-corruption-in-science303. 5 412.

  • Thomas Johnson

    You’re confusing a safety study with an efficacy study. The study shows the quadrivalent HPV vaccine is safe (not a “vaccine disaster” as the clueless author of this article states). Since when is safety “BS” to an anti-vaxxer?

  • guest

    *While there are well-established cancer registries in the United States, it will take decades before the impact of vaccine on cervical cancer is observed. More proximal measures of vaccine impact include outcomes such as prevalence of HPV vaccine types, incidence of cervical pre-cancers and genital warts.
    Post-licensure monitoring of HPV vaccine in the United States, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Vaccine.2010 Jul 5;28 (30):4731-7. Epub 2010 Feb 25, http://www(dot)ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/201886881

    -Any article/study that states that it has cut the cervical cancer rate in young girls is just PR. If you read through the CDC’s National Vital Statics Reports over the last 20 years (online) you will discover that young girls between the ages of 9-21 (ages I looked at) Do Not Develop Cervical Cancer.

    *It has never been proven that the HPV vaccine prevents cervical cancer. There is no scientific evidence of any kind. There is no scientific proof that the HPV vaccine prevents cervical cancer.
    *There are over 100 strains of HPV, only about 15 of which can “contribute” to cervical cancer. HPV vaccines only include two to four strains, leaving you open to more than two-thirds of the dangerous strains. You will still need to get routine screenings for cervical cancer.
    *You don’t change or reduce the incidence of cancer by receiving the vaccine.
    *2 of the strains in the shot are not in Black females-a group that has a higher chance of developing cervical cancer: Other ethnic groups may experience the same. http://www.medscape(dot)com/viewarticle/813365.
    *When detected, HPV infection is easily managed and rarely proceeds to cancer
    *Very few women with HPV develop cervical cancer.
    *At least 50% of sexually active men and women acquire genital HPV infection at some point in their lives — 90% of the time the virus clears up on its own within two years without incident.

    From an article written by Cynthia A. Janak
    In my last article about Gardasil I quoted a document that I found on the FDA website called the “Reclassification Petition for Human Papillomavirus (HPV) DNA, Nested Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Detection” published March 7, 2007.

    What I have done is read all 68 pages of this document. What I am going to show you is that the FDA knew back in 2003 that a HPV is not the actual cause of cervical cancer.

    The actual cause is a “persistent HPV infection that may act as a tumor promoter in cancer induction [8-11].

    I want you to take note of “persistent HPV infection” and “self-limiting.” These terms are stated throughout the document and very important to what I am going to show you. Here are the definitions. At the end of the document I will have further definitionsof some of the terms that are used in this document.

    -Persistent-Function: adjective Etymology: Latin persistent-, persistens, present participle of persistere Date: 1826, 1: existing for a long or longer than usual time or continuously: as a: retained beyond the usual period persistent leaf

    -Self-limiting-Function: adjective Date: 1863, : limiting oneself or itself; especially of a disease : SELF-LIMITED Function: adjective Date: 1845, : limited by one’s or its own nature; specifically : running a definite and limited course self — limited disease

    VI. Statement of the basis for disagreement with the present classification status

    [21 CFR § 860.123(a)(5) ]

    The basis of this reclassification request is that the present regulatory classification of HPV DNA tests as devices intended for use in identifying and typing HPV infection to stratify women at risk for cervical cancer, thus assigned to class III, requiring submission and approval of PMAs [2], is no longer appropriate because continued designation of low-to-moderate risk HPV DNA test devices as class III devices contradicts the current understanding of HPV infection and its relationship to the development of cervical cancer. Based on new scientific information published in the past 15 years, it is now generally agreed that identifying and typing HPV infection does not bear a direct relationship to stratification of the risk for cervical cancer. Most acute infections caused by HPV are self-limiting [1, 4-7]. It is the persistent HPV infection that may act as a tumor promoter in cancer induction [8-11].
    Identifying and typing HPV is an important tool for following patients with persistent HPV infection. Repeated sequential transient HPV infections, even when caused by “high-risk” HPVs, are
    characteristically not associated with high risk of developing squamous intraepithelial lesions, a precursor of cervical cancer.

    Read the FDA document at the link and Janak’s article at: FDA and HPV — when did they know the truth? http://www.renewamerica(dot)com/columns/janak/071212

  • guest

    No, it doesn’t.

  • guest

    The is an epidemiological study. The lead researcher works for Merck and the others all have pharma connections.

    We present a summary of the published, postlicensure safety data from active and***** passive surveillance.*****

    Given the bias conflict of interest of the researchers a favorable outcome was expected. An epidemiological study can be created to provide whatever results a
    researcher wants. This is unacceptable. Independent HUMAN studies please.

    “it will take decades before the impact of vaccine on cervical cancer is observed.”
    The CDC is saying because cervical cancer takes decades to develop under normal circumstances this is how long it will be before it can be determined if a vaccine is effective.

  • Thomas Johnson
  • Planet Autism

    Yes, I have gathered that. Too much of a stretch for your abilities. Never mind, you can aspire can’t you.

  • Planet Autism

    If you don’t believe that governments can be corrupt and cover-up many things from the general public, then you are way more blinkered and blindly trusting than I thought!

  • Thomas Johnson

    Please list any inaccuracies you find. And yes Rome wasn’t built in a day.

  • Thomas Johnson

    It does, actually.

  • Thomas Johnson

    Post something other than opinion.

  • Thomas Johnson

    Nice strawman argument, but in this instance your only proof has been an opinion piece from an anti-vax site.

  • Planet Autism

    “In one recent case study published in the Journal of Investigative Medicine,researchers described the case of a 14-year-old girl who developed postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) with chronic fatigue two months following Gardasil vaccination.

    POTS is a disorder of the autonomic nervous system, which controls
    functions in your body such as your heart rate, balance, digestion,
    bladder control and sleep. While rare, incidence of POTS appears to be
    increasing and emerging evidence suggests it may be an autoimmune
    disorder, in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your own body.
    As reported by GreenMedInfo:

    “Immunization is considered a potential pathway for this
    pathogenesis via something called ‘molecular mimicry’ — where
    antibodies against vaccine components ‘cross-react’ with innate body

    The study authors also suggested that in this case the POTS fulfilled
    the criteria for a condition known as autoimmune/auto-inflammatory
    syndrome induced by adjuvants (ASIA). ASIA was first identified in 2011,
    and has highlighted the underlying mechanisms of how vaccines, and
    particularly their adjuvants (such as aluminum), may be triggering

    In the Journal of Autoimmunology,Dr. Yehuda Schoenfeld described the diagnostic criteria for ASIA, whichincludes “weakness, anxiety, rashes, chronic fatigue, sleep disorders, and the onset of a range of autoimmune diseases from Systemic Lupus Erythematosis to Rheumatoid Arthritis — sometimes years after an initial reaction.

    In the case study, the girl suffered many of these symptoms following vaccination and a psychiatric evaluation ruled out the possibility that they were psychogenic. This included symptoms such as:

    Persistent headaches
    Recurrent fainting
    Muscle pain
    Increased heart rate
    Visual disturbances
    Fear of loud sounds
    Cognitive impairment
    Gastrointestinal disturbances
    Weight loss

    The second study, which was published in the European Journal of Neurology,8 described six patients who developed POTS from six days to two months following HPV vaccination. This included:

    A 20-year-old athletic woman who developed weight loss, dizziness,
    fatigue, nausea, rapid heart rate, and exercise intolerance two weeks
    after her first dose of HPV vaccine.

    A 22-year-old previously healthy woman who experienced a sudden
    onset of diarrhea, nausea, and weight loss about two months after
    receiving her third HPV vaccine.

    A previously healthy 12-year-old girl who began experiencing
    episodic loss of consciousness, shortness of breath, and rapid heart
    rate six days after her second dose of HPV vaccine. Her symptoms
    improved and then returned three weeks after a third dose of HPV

    A 15-year-old girl who developed new-onset dizziness and headaches
    four weeks after her first dose of HPV vaccine, which progressed to
    dizziness, shaking, muscle twitching, and weakness within two months.

    A 14-year-old girl who experienced numbness, tingling, fatigue,
    headache, nausea, and weight loss starting five days after her first
    dose of HPV vaccine.

    An 18-year-old woman who developed tingling and numbness three weeks
    after her first Gardasil vaccine, and then back pain, neck stiffness,
    fatigue, dizziness, urinary incontinence, and blurry vision over the
    following three months.

    According to the researchers: “Correct diagnosis of POTS
    and awareness that POTS may occur after vaccination in young women is
    essential for prompt and effective management of this condition.” Unfortunately, an interval of just six weeks is often used as evidence of a causal association, while many of the women’s symptoms do not occur for months.

    This can make it easy for health officials and vaccine makers
    to pass the symptoms off as coincidence or due to another cause
    entirely, even though there is research showing that post-vaccination
    adverse reactions involving the immune system may not show up for months to years following immunization.

    Gardasil Death Confirms Presence of HPV DNA Fragments

    Earlier this year, a lab scientist, who discovered HPV DNA fragments in
    the blood of a teenage girl who died after receiving the Gardasil
    vaccine, published a case report in the peer-reviewed journal Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology. The otherwise healthy girl died in her sleep six months after receiving her third and final dose of the HPV vaccine. A full autopsy revealed no cause of death.

    Sin Hang Lee with the Milford Molecular Laboratory in Connecticut
    confirmed the presence of HPV-16 L1 gene DNA in the girl’s postmortem
    blood and spleen tissue. These DNA fragments are also found in the
    vaccine. The fragments were protected from degradation by binding firmly
    to the particulate aluminum adjuvant used in the vaccine. “The
    significance of these HPV DNA fragments of a vaccine origin found in
    post-mortem materials is not clear and warrants further investigation,” he wrote.

    Lee suggested the presence of HPV DNA fragments of vaccine origin
    might offer a plausible explanation for the high immunogenicity of
    Gardasil, meaning that the vaccine has the ability to provoke an
    exaggerated immune response. He points out that the rate of anaphylaxis
    in girls receiving Gardasil is far higher than normal—reportedly five to
    20 times higher than other common vaccinations.

    The Effectiveness of the HPV Vaccine Is Unproven

    Please be aware that the very real risks of HPV vaccination come with
    only a very dubious benefit, at best. In 2012, a systematic review of
    pre- and post-licensure trials of the HPV vaccine by researchers at
    University of British Columbia showed that the vaccine’s effectiveness
    is not only overstated (through the use of selective reporting or
    “cherry picking” data) but also unproven. In the summary of the clinical trial review, the authors state it quite clearly.

    “We carried out a systematic review of HPV vaccine pre- and
    post-licensure trials to assess the evidence of their effectiveness and
    safety. We found that HPV vaccine clinical trials design, and data
    interpretation of both efficacy and safety outcomes, were largely
    inadequate. Additionally, we note evidence of selective reporting of results from clinical trials (i.e., exclusion of vaccine efficacy figures related to study subgroups in which efficacy might be lower or even negative from peer-reviewed publications).

    Given this, the widespread optimism regarding HPV vaccines long-term
    benefits appears to rest on a number of unproven assumptions (or such
    which are at odds with factual evidence) and significant misinterpretation of available data. For example, the claim that HPV vaccination will result in approximately 70% reduction ofcervical cancers is made despite the fact that the clinical trials datahave not demonstrated to date that the vaccines have actually preventeda single case of cervical cancer(let alone cervical cancer death), nor that the current overly optimistic surrogate marker-based extrapolations are justified.

    Likewise, the notion that HPV vaccines have an impressive safety profile is only supported by highly flawed design of safety trials and is contrary to accumulating evidence from vaccine safety surveillance databases and case reports which continue to link HPV vaccination to serious adverse outcomes (including death and permanent disabilities). We thus conclude that furtherreduction of cervical cancers might be best achieved by optimizing cervical screening (which carries no such risks) and targeting other factors of the disease rather than by the reliance on vaccines with
    questionable efficacy and safety profiles.”

  • guest

    Oh, you means the suppression of Free Speech and Censorship, that little thingy called the First Amendment. You, an operative of the government, would think that which is why when they come for you and they always do (after you’ve fulfill your troll commitment) no one will speak up for you. People who know you will exercise Free Speech on your behalf and NOT speak.

  • Thomas Johnson

    Nice data dump, but even you can’t seriously believe a handful of case studies is better evidence than 9 years of safety data from over a million HPV vaccine recipients. And GreenMedInfo copy/pasting is never going to help your case.

  • Thomas Johnson

    Oh dear…why would “they” come for me? And who are “they”?

  • Planet Autism

    It wasn’t from GreenMedInfo, which tells me you didn’t even read it properly, typical. Yet again, try to trash the source without even replying to the evidence contained therein. If you think the ‘safety data’ you are relying on is reliable you need to think again. For instance, the way the PoTs symptoms were measured was incomplete (they missed out many specific PoTs symptoms), hence flawed. You can’t see it, you really can’t – amazing. There have been many, many cases of people vaccine injured by HPV (and other) vaccines. At least one country has banned it’s use as a result. I said before we are done, we really are now, because you can lead a horse, but some horses just won’t drink, no matter how thirsty they are. So I’ll leave you with this parting link: “Fraud and misconduct in clinical research: A concern” http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3700330/ so maybe you can chew over your blind reliance on your so-called ‘safety data’.

  • Thomas Johnson

    Right. That’s why your 2nd paragraph says, “As reported by GreenMedInfo”. You should at least read the crap you copy/paste.

  • Planet Autism

    Deary me. I will say this as simply as possible for you. It was *not* from GreenMedInfo. Just because one source cites another, does not mean they are the same source. As people that purpose to be geared towards science love so much to say, “correlation does not equal causation”.

    You should at least think about the crap you post. Ta-ta.

  • Thomas Johnson
  • guest

    I think you should ask those of the Jewish persuasion. They can give you a first hand account. However, you can get help from your communist friends. You know, those who want to suppress free speech. Start with the Sloane Foundation. Comrade.

  • guest

    The is a passive epidemiological study.
    Pro vaccine zealots reject information from VAERS because they say it is a passive reporting system thus the study you presented is a passive surveillance system so it is rejected! Human study please.

  • guest

    The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research and the Danish Medical Research Council. Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research is the Scandinavian version of RAND in the US. Danish Medical Research Council speaks for itself. Think of the CDC.

    Competing interests: All authors have completed the ICMJE uniform disclosure form at http://www.icmje(dot)org/coi_disclosure.pdf (available on request from the corresponding author) and declare: no support from any organization for the submitted work;

    LAD and PS are and have been involved in other studies with unconditional grants from GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Pasteur MSD, and Merck; and no other
    relationships or activities that could appear to have influenced the
    submitted work.

    Merck again has gone outside of the US because the money chain is more difficult to trace. Merck and it’s sibling GSK paid for this study the same way they paid for the MMR-Autism studies a couple of years ago. This isn’t the first time Merck has gone out country to buy a study. It won’t be the last. The researchers have ties to the pharmaceutical industry-it states that in the competing interest.

    Bottom line: another bias study.

    Independent Human study please.

  • Inna Tobys

    I agree with you. I will not allow the doctors touch my body. The are either useless, which is not too bad, or will do damage to your body. I believe that Obamacare was put in place because he figured out that public will lose their trust to doctors eventually and will stop buying insurance all together or go to Mexico or India. So in order to protect their profits, he created ACA. Am I the only one who figured out his real goal? I have been helping myself for 15 years with all kind of ailments that doctors cannot even diagnose. Shame. The system is not trustworthy.

  • Ruth

    Most people just see it as him caving to pressure.

  • Planet Autism

    This is getting worse. If you really need me to spell it out for you (as you are doing a really great job of harping on about the source as means of distraction), it was taken from Mercola.com. There are you happy now? You have proven my point perfectly that your type will always try to trash the source, even when it’s not stated. You aren’t reading the information or commenting on it. Just slating it as “antivaxx” or whatever your armoury of terminology is. You need to stop as the hole you are digging yourself is going to come out the other side of the earth soon. Nothing further to say to you, it’s an entire waste of my energy for all the previously mentioned reasons and your replies speak volumes.

  • Thomas Johnson

    The Nazis are coming? For me?

  • Thomas Johnson

    “Funding: This study was supported by a grant from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research and the Danish Medical Research Council. The funding bodies had no role in the study design; the collection, analysis, and interpretation of the data; the writing of the article; and the decision to submit it for publication. All authors are independent from the funding agencies.”

  • Thomas Johnson

    Don’t copy/paste from Mercola either.

  • Thomas Johnson

    It was passive AND active. Anyone can report anything to VAERS. One guy reported vaccines turned him into the incredible hulk.

  • Planet Autism

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  • guest

    Look in the mirror, there is your Nazi-Comrade.

  • guest


  • Thomas Johnson

    Wait…so am I a Nazi or a communist? And you’re saying…I’m coming for…myself?

  • guest

    One guy reported vaccines turned him into the incredible hulk.

    I’d like to meet him. Please send me his email address.

  • guest

    .I’m coming for…myself?

    Are you? That’s special. Please make a video so it can be posted on youtube—Comrade.

  • Thomas Johnson

    You’re just not making any sense.

  • Thomas Johnson

    His name is Jim Laidler and there’s a Wikipedia page for him. Knock yourself out!

  • guest

    Ah yes, Wikipedia.
    -Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia founder: http://www(dot)truthwiki.org/jimmy-wales-wiki

    -Wikipedia increasingly being recognized as source of disinformation, propaganda:

    -Examples of Bias in Wikipedia: http://www.conservapedia(dot)com/Examples_of_Bias_in_Wikipedia

    -Astroturfing, Disinformation, Spin, Wikipedia and Snopes:

    -Wikipedia banned by university! Join the real truth movement at Truth Wiki

    – Wikipedia’s Anti-Natural Health Slant: http://www(dot)anh-usa.org/wikipedias-anti-na….

    Condemnation of Wikipedia Bias: Readers Report Suppression of
    Nutritional Medicine:

    -Wikipedia admits hundreds of ‘sock puppet’ editors gang up to make distorted edits to their pages:

    -Wikipedia rocked by ‘rogue editors’ blackmail scam targeting small businesses and celebrities: http://www(dot)independent.co.uk/news/uk/crim

    censors history when it mentions Big Pharma experimenting on children:

    dark side: Censorship, revenge editing & bribes a significant

  • guest

    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha !

  • Thomas Johnson

    Lol listen at you. Except for (maybe) info wars and whale.to, Natural News is the worst site on the web.

  • Jordynn

    When your kid is dying either from a car crash (which is the #1 killer of all americans) or from something else I hope the doctors think twice about helping people like you considering they ‘just want you to die’ anyways

  • guest

    Women in pain plan lawsuits over cervical cancer vaccines
    THE ASAHI SHIMBUN: http://www(dot)asahi.com/ajw/articles/AJ201603310068.html
    (I’m posting the entire article because the page has moved and sometimes it doesn’t link correctly)

    Women in pain plan lawsuits over cervical cancer vaccines
    March 31, 2016 at 18:20 JST

    Nanami Sakai, second from left, Runa Mochizuki, far right, and others who have suffered from health problems since receiving vaccines for cervical cancer, discuss their planned legal action at a news conference in Tokyo on March 30. (Tatsuya Shimada)

    At least 12 young women will sue the government and two drug companies over what they say are the debilitating side effects from approved–and briefly recommended–vaccines against cervical cancer, lawyers said March 30.

    In the damages suits that will be filed in June at the earliest, the plaintiffs will argue that the government and pharmaceutical giants GlaxoSmithKline Plc and MSD KK failed to take safety precautions although they were in a position to expect possible health problems from the vaccinations.

    The 12 would-be plaintiffs, including high school and college students, reside in areas ranging from Hokkaido to Fukuoka. The lawsuits will be filed with the district courts in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and

    “I have suffered for the past five years because few therapies were available to treat my side effects despite the understanding that vaccination could trigger such problems,” Nanami Sakai, a 21-year-old
    college student who uses a wheelchair, said at a news conference in Tokyo on March 30. “I would like to know why I had to suffer and why I could not get appropriate treatment right away.”

    Sakai, who is from Saitama Prefecture, was vaccinated twice, in February and March 2011, when she was a first-year student at high school.

    A day after the second shot, she lost consciousness and started having headaches and waves of dizziness. Despite being hospitalized 22 times, she said her health condition worsened.

    Sakai now needs a special device for her right foot to stand up and is also suffering from impaired vision. She said her health problems forced her to give up her dream of becoming a lawyer.

    Her lawyers said the number of plaintiffs could rise. They plan to work in tandem with the Tokyo-based Representative of Japan Cervical Cancer Vaccine Sufferers Organization.

    The organization, set up in March 2013, said it has been involved in about 2,800 consultations concerning cervical cancer vaccinations. It said about 500 people, many of them teenagers, were confirmed to be suffering from side effects.

    MSD, however, said it is prepared to “present evidence in court” showing its vaccine has not caused health problems.

    “There is scientific evidence (for the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine), we believe that there are no grounds for the existing claims made by the Representative of Japan Cervical Cancer Vaccine
    Sufferers Organization,” the company said in a statement released on March 30.

    GlaxoSmithKline declined to comment, saying it does not know the full details of the planned lawsuits.

    The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has been looking into the cause-and-effect relationship concerning the vaccines, but it also declined to comment.

    The ministry authorized sales in Japan of Cervarix, a vaccine by GlaxoSmithKline, in October 2009 and MSD’s Gardasil in July 2011. Their applications were filed in 2007.

    After the Cabinet decided to promote vaccinations against cervical cancer as a priority program in 2010, free shots were available in almost every part of the country in November that year.

    The number of females who were vaccinated soared, although it was up to each individual to decide whether to receive the shots.

    The government in April 2013 recommended the vaccinations for sixth-graders through first-year high school students. But this recommendation was withdrawn two months later following a series of
    reports about serious health problems.

    By that time, an estimated 3.4 million women had been inoculated against cervical cancer. The ministry said it had received 2,700 reports about suspected side effects by the end of June 2015.

    In January 2014, a panel of experts at the ministry issued a report that said the suspected cases of side effects were the result of “physical and mental reaction” stemming from pain and fear about

    The lawyers dispute this conclusion, arguing that studies of the suffering of the patients show there is causal relationship between the vaccines themselves and the health problems.

    Runa Mochizuki, a second-year high school student from Yamanashi Prefecture, was vaccinated when she was a sixth-grader.

    “My life was taken away by a single shot of vaccine,” Mochizuki, 17, who has trouble walking because of pain all over her body, said at the news conference. “Those who recommended the vaccination should take responsibility.”

    In the planned lawsuits, the lawyers plan to fault the government for not being fully aware of severe side effects being reported abroad when the two companies applied for sales of their vaccines in Japan.

    The plaintiffs will also pursue the government’s responsibility for promoting the inoculations.

    Cervical cancer is diagnosed in about 10,000 women a year in Japan, and about 3,000 die of the disease.

    Copyright © The Asahi Shimbun Company. All rights reserved. No reproduction or republication without written permission.

  • guest

    I guess you are entitled to your opinion but you should always keep in mind when you desire bad things to happen to other people-what goes around comes around.

  • Gail Miller

    Thank you! She sure is a nasty one.. Worst comment by far I have ever gotten from someone..

  • Gail Miller

    Wow.. You really are a complete and utter b*tch.. Don’t bring peoples children into your arguments, unless your kids are fair game.. You are one sick lady.. God hates ugly, and one day you will face Him..

  • AutismDadd

    HELLO….MERCK synonymous with consumer death by product….HELLO!!!!

  • AutismDadd

    Troll alert

  • AutismDadd

    YEP. The first generation of girls haven’t died yet, so lets see how they fare. As you say, the claims being made about safety and efficacy are standard fare for this ilk.

  • AutismDadd

    Well do it then.

  • guest

    My pleasure. Actually, this comment is typical of the online trolls. They say things like I hoe you kid dies from a vaccine preventable disease or keep you disease infected child away from mine. The name calling can be off the charts but the goal in these comments is to distract from a comment that shown their bosses in a bad light. it’s to upset you and engage you in a online fight which distracts from the flow of cogent comments on this board. The best way to deal with the evil wicked bad and nasties is to know their tricks and than don’t engage them. This is a good read:Twenty-Five Ways To Suppress Truth: The Rules of Disinformation (Includes The 8 Traits of A Disinformationalist)-

  • Scott

    Drug overdose deaths are the leading cause of injury death in the United States, ahead of motor vehicle deaths and firearms (deaths),” Half of those are due to properly prescribed medication which is over 46,000 deaths, dwarfing the 30,000 motor vehicle deaths. I understand not wanting to believe we have been lied to about most everything. It really sucks when you find out the world we live in is NOTHING like we thought. Most doctors are not educated about this and are pressured to comply and told it’s ok….. it’s not

  • Why would preventing the public from learning the real truth regarding vaccines be great news, to you? Why would you choose to allow for the continuance of only the known false vaccine propaganda?

    If you care about our children and our children’s children, RUN, don’t walk to see, Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe, a powerful, new film, which reveals factual information about corruption, greed, and lies within the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and the impact this has had and may still have on our children.

    ​​​​​​​It is not Anti-Vaccine. It is Pro-Truth!



    Gardasil-The Flagship Example of the Failure of Vaccine Authorities to Regulate and Assure Vaccine Safety

  • Lou

    HHS and the GardaScam Mess

    “The breakdown of good medical practice, unfortunately a reality in our profession nowadays, cannot be fixed simply by introducing an unproven cancer vaccine. The opportunists took
    advantage of the imperfect Pap smear prevention technology which had been further destroyed by business greed in the 1980’s, to promote a series of even less perfect systems, including a vaccine.” Doctor Sin Hang Lee, MD, Note Doctor Lee is commenting on how we got into this cervical cancer mess. IMO it was no accident, HHS has known of the pap smear test problems for decades. IMO HHS wanted the “solution” to be another toxic “vaccine”

    The absence of childhood mumps has been linked to higher risks of ovarian cancer. Now we see
    ovarian cancer itself has spawned another vaccine the extremely risky (Over 16,140 adverse reactions reported as of 31 May 2010, this represents 1% to !0% of the actual adverse reactions. Why? For one reason many doctors refuse to report adverse vaccine reactions. They fear reporting may keep the suckers, er their patients, from vaccinating their children. Folks when will it end? It won’t end until we wise up and REFUSE these deadly “vaccines”.

    When mumps was attempted to be introduced into the “vaccination schedule” in 1992 it was concluded there was no need, mumps was a harmless childhood malady and “vaccinating” for it would cause more harm than good. Yet somehow mumps WAS added to the deadly MMR “vaccine”. The MMR “vaccine” was then not adequately tested. Please give me a break here folks this stinks to high heaven.

    Now those young women “vaccinated” with the deadly MMR are having ovarian cancer. Why did the
    political override the medical folks? Why does the political ALWAYS override the medical? Cause and effect folks, cause and effect? You may think me horrible but IMO the reason mumps was add to to the MMR vaccination is because the somewhat hidden long term deleterious effects were greatly increased with its addition. There I said it and I am glad I said it.

    The Gardasil Vaccine deadly Scam is a case study in the insane confluence of junk drug development, politics and population control dynamics all rolled into one stinking murderous mess. We the public HAVE to get wise to this or we perish IMO.I’ll give you twenty to one GardaScam vastly lowers fertility in the poor young women so poisoned. Now they want to MANDATE it for young men. It must also lower male fertility.


    So there we have it. First the “prevention” of mumps with the deadly “MMR vaccination” increased the incidence of cervical cancer. Then HHS allowed the Pap smear test to become defective. This allowed higher cervical cancer rates. The demand to “do something” arose. That something was of course another worthless, deadly “vaccine”. HHS got another and MOST deadly “vaccine” to add to their “schedule”. We the people got the deaths. debilitation and IMO almost certain increased infertility, of our daughters, And our sons too if we are not careful and

    REJECT this “HPV vaccination” deadly madness.


  • Bill Pembry

    “The absence of childhood mumps has been linked to higher risks of ovarian cancer. Now we see ovarian cancer itself has spawned another vaccine the extremely risky (Over 16,140 adverse reactions reported as of 31 May 2010, this represents 1% to !0% of the actual adverse reactions.”

    Setting aside bad grammar, does the person you copy/pasted this from know the difference between ovarian and cervical cancer?

  • Lou

    The answers are right in our faces but I guess we just do not want see them.

    o Why would a 3 Trillion dollar Industry that depends on our being sick want to make us well?

    o Why would the War Industry that depends on war for profits want there to be peace?

    o Why would a national “government” that quite frankly profits from the “illegal” drug trade want to stop the flow of ALL illegal drugs into the USA?

    “Further on Dr. Bradstreet writes, “It is reasonable and likely that the nature of the immune dysfunction and the frequently observed autoimmune problems in autism are mediated by persistent, unresolved viral
    infections.” He claims to have tested approximately 400 children with autism for the viral marker, Nagalase, and found that nearly 80% have significantly
    elevated levels. He hopes to publish soon on this study and believes this
    information “is one of the most important developments in the clinical treatment of children on the spectrum that I have experienced in the last 15 years.” Nonetheless, his son’s case helped convince Bradstreet that vaccines caused autism. He took his message to the highest levels of government. Twice he testified about the supposed link between vaccines and autism before the U.S. House of Representatives. Richard Presser”
    GcMAF, 8 Dead Doctors, Anti-Vaccine, & Healing: Note we KNOW “vaccines” OFTEN produce viral infections


  • Lou

    “The study shows the quadrivalent HPV vaccine is safe”

    Yes it is very safe for those counting their profits at up to 800 bucks per patient BUT for the tens and tens of thousands of young girls and soon boys who have been damaged and killed by the HPV poison it is anything but safe.

    “I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all times because at some point in time, the evidence will add up to prove that this vaccine, technical and scientific feat that it may be, has absolutely no effect on cervical cancer and that all the very many adverse effects which destroy lives and even kill, serve no other purpose than to generate profit for the manufacturers. There is far too much financial interest for these medicines to be withdrawn.” Merck’s Former Doctor Predicts that Gardasil will Become the Greatest Medical Scandal of All Time Note well we seem to have quite a few “greatest medical scandals of all time” many of them related to “vaccination”, money, depopulation and premeditated statistical murder


  • Bill Pembry

    Your boy Dr. Dalbergue never worked for Merck. Merck bought the company he worked for and let him go. And he apparently doesn’t know anything about HPV vaccination.

  • Lou

    “Most of my friends are sick with something or have had cancer or some other disease along with THEIR friends and family!! As a nation we are sicker than ever!”

    All true, all true.

    We are not supposed to notice this; just as we are not supposed to notice our children are becoming more and more Autistic, autoimmune diseased, asthmatic, immunocompromised, weaker and DEAD each and every year.


    The only way we can spend two to three times as the rest of the “First World” on “health care” and have far worse outcomes than most is that THIS IS THE PLAN.

  • Lou

    “When your kid is dying either from a car crash (which is the #1 killer of all Americans).”

    Not even close.

    Commercially Corrupted Medicine Leading Cause of Death in USA – Washington Post