Skip to comments.Feds contine to ignore mounting Gardasil bodycount
Posted on 12/22/2011 5:35:47 AM PST by markomalley
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Bachman Perry overdrive.
Search for the money trail.
That is some mental retardation. DEAD
Many are getting POTs Syndrome. It ruins the lives of the girls.
Now they are going to stick the guys. Maybe that is when the wake up call will happen.
Thank you for posting, Mark! Politics aside, many parents need to be informed about this vaccine and the risk it poses. If you have a daughter, granddaughter, niece, goddaughter.... you need to know about this vaccine sooner than later. Many pediatricians will start pushing this vaccine as young as 12. Our DO NOT and there is no way on G*d’s green earth that I would let my girls get it.
I wonder if this will change any minds in Texas?
Now they won't get cervical cancer!
Before everyone jumps on the hate Perry train I’d like to know how the adverse reaction numbers compare to other vaccines.
Gardasil does not use aborted baby cells, but here is a list of those that do: http://www.cogforlife.org/vaccineListOrigFormat.pdf
The gays (particularly guys) are after this drug. It won’t go off the market because of them.
They drank water containing fluoride all their lives. It finally caught up with the.
But it looks like they’re not human embryonic cells.
From the VAERS website:
Are all adverse events reported to VAERS caused by vaccines?
No. VAERS receives reports of many adverse events that occur after vaccination. Some occur coincidentally following vaccination, while others may be caused by vaccination. Studies help determine if a vaccine really caused an adverse event. Just because an adverse event happened after a person received a vaccine does not mean the vaccine caused the adverse event. Other factors, such as the person's medical history and other medicines the person took near the time of the vaccination, may have caused the adverse event. It is important to remember that many adverse events reported to VAERS may not be caused by vaccines. Although VAERS can rarely provide definitive evidence of causal associations between vaccines and particular risks, its unique role as a national spontaneous reporting system enables the early detection of signals that can then be more rigorously investigated.
Seriously, at this point, some of the incidents being publicized sound more like the anecdotal fear-mongering we saw after the introduction of Equal (which, according to all studies, is safe).
While the article is dismissive of the danger of cervical cancer, keep in mind that because of the PAP test, over 99% of pre-cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) are caught and treated before they ever progress to cancer. And pre-cancers might not be fatal, but they can destroy a woman's fertility--so if it's your daughter you don't want vaccinated, it's your grandchildren that may never exist. Men also get HPV diseases; the virus doesn't care about gender.
My main concern about the vaccine is not its supposed safety issues. It's that the vaccine only protects against 4 of the over 100 HPV strains out there, and people receiving it might get a false sense of security because of that. The vaccine reduces risk; it doesn't eliminate it. Vaccinated women still need PAP tests.
Whoop...Didn’t interpret the list properly.
These are only immediate concerns. I can’t imagine what the long terms concerns cold be.
Anything sold by Big Pharma needs to be scrutinized very carefully. Actually, it’s like an update to your OS or browser. Wait and watch a while before you download and install.
I’m over the hill now, but not on any prescription medication (yet). You can bet I’ll be checking anything a doctor recommends twice. If I have to have my liver function checked before I can take it, I’m not taking it.
So, approximately, best case is that the 4 (I think) strains that are protected against will die out, and the ones left over will fill the gap. The inoculation, ultimately, will accomplish nothing.
IMHO, 26 deaths (assuming that the article is correct) is an awful lot, for a "cure" to a disease that's wholly preventable.
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