The HPV vaccine, which was rushed to market, has suffered from bad press due to the prevalence of its side effects. Though many vaccines have side effect, the fact that HPV was pushed through testing has led to higher rates of side effects, including death, that was initially though.
Known on the market as Gardasil, the vaccine has seen large side effects, including fainting, blood clots, and death. A new report from the Journal of the American Medical Association confirms this.
Just as NaturalNews has consistently reported, the vaccine has caused an extraordinary number of adverse side effects. And now comes word from the JAMA report that the HPV vaccine has unexpectedly caused episodes of fainting and life-threatening blood clots. In fact, in a statement to the media, these events were called “disproportional” — meaning these side effects are anything but rare. What’s more, among the 12,424 adverse reaction reports about the HPV vaccine, 772 (6.2 percent) were serious and included 32 reports of death.
Other problems caused by the vaccine include local site reactions, skin rashes, nausea, dizziness, headaches and even Guillain-Barre syndrome (a disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks part of the peripheral nervous system sometimes causing paralysis) and anaphylaxis (hypersensitivity reaction that can cause sudden death). As just reported by CBS news, the teenage daughter of physician Scott Ratner and his wife was one of the unfortunate girls who became severely ill with a chronic autoimmune disease, myofasciitis, after her first dose of Gardasil. Dr. Ratner told CBS his daughter was so ill with the neurological problem “..she’d have been better off getting cervical cancer than the vaccination.”
One the lead researchers for Gardasil has also gone public this week, telling CBS news there is no data showing that the vaccine even remains effective beyond five years. That means that if a ten year old girl is given the vaccine and subjected to possibly serious and even life-threatening side effects, the vaccine may offer her no protection at all when she hits her teens or young adulthood.
So, the vaccine is pretty much useless to the children that it is marketing it towards and gives your daughter the chance of getting something worse, so that the pharmaceutical companies can make money.
What makes the debate about Gardasil crazy to begin with is that studies have shown 70 to 90 percent of people with HPV naturally clear the virus from the body within two years of infection — with no help from drugs or vaccines. So the most effective protection from problems caused by HPV is to avoid being infected by the multiple strains of HPV by not engaging in promiscuous, unprotected-by-condoms sex (the virus is transmitted sexually and condoms do not offer 100 percent protection) and by keeping your body’s immune system strong and healthy through good nutrition, exercise and exposure to sunlight.
In essence, if your daughter practices responsible sexual behavior, she dramatically lowers the risk of exposure to the virus with no help from any sort of drugs. Why would you want to subject your daughter to such risks?
This drug does not help to reduce exposure to cancer. It is, however, increasing the risks of convulsions, fevers, paralysis, and other severe side effects in girls aged 12 and 13. Is your daughter’s life really worth risking for an ineffective vaccine?