HPV Vaccine Victims Speak Out—Will the Media Finally Get it Right?

October 18, 2011
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Speak OutFor people who do not believe the HPV vaccine can have devastating side effects, here is living testimony. The victims who have themselves been harmed by the human papillomavirus vaccine will address the nation this afternoon, hoping to inform the GOP candidates’ debate tonight.

As you know if you’ve been following our coverage of the dangers of the HPV vaccine, the media have been blindly parroting the American Academy of Pediatrics’ statement that the HPV vaccine has “an excellent safety record.” The fact is, the CDC has received tens of thousands of adverse event reports after administration of the Gardasil HPV vaccine, including serious side effects like blood clots and Guillain-Barre Syndrome. This is not “an excellent safety record” by any means.

Hearing directly from the families who have been dramatically affected by the vaccine—particularly girls who became cognitively impaired after receiving the Gardasil vaccine—may change some minds. According to the press conference organizers, the Canary Party, one girl “spent six months at the University of New Mexico Hospital enduring plasmapheresis, two spinal taps, and ultimately a diagnosis of encephalitis from viral infection, traumatic brain injury, and a seizure disorder.” Another was an honor roll student in the seventh grade, but after receiving the vaccine started failing in the eighth grade. She started high school “in a special education class in diapers. She’s reading at a fifth grade level with maybe the comprehension of fourth grader. She was kicked out of school this year in just the third week.”

With this press conference, the national media will have another shot to get it right. We hope this time they report the truth about the vaccine, and make their reports more complete and accurate. So much of the problem has been not what they said—but what they left out.

37 Responses to “HPV Vaccine Victims Speak Out—Will the Media Finally Get it Right?”

  1. Ann Capel says:

    Wouldn’t it be far better to take the time and be the living example to our daughters in teaching them that they have control of their lives and don’t have or need to give into the pressures of society to engage in sexual activity before marriage and to realize that any male who uses sex as an excuse as to whether you like him or not, etc. is a selfish and disrespectful person. In this day and age, the same could probably be said of a female, too. If you don’t want the consequences of premaritial sex, then get your mind and actions on something else. Get busy doing better in school, helping someone in need, reading to the kids at the abuse shelter, get a job, help take care of your home and/or family more, things that will help you know there is more to life than dwelling on being ‘liked’ by some guy whose only thought is to get you to give in to his so-called ‘needs’. Marriage is the time to have the safety and goodness of sexual activity. When will society ever decide to teach males and hold them truly responsible for their part in all of the abortions, STDs, babies born out of wedlock, etc. If the law required them to pay for all of these things, maybe some would try to control what has been given them control( their sexual urges) and not to be used as a toy without any consequences.

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    • Daphney says:

      Comments relating specifically to the adverse reactions of the HPV vaccine only please.

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  2. Monica says:

    I do have a daughter and son that are coming of age for Gardasil. I doubt I will be giving it to her or him. For one this drug is still in it’s infancy as far as real results.

    Two, there are over 150 strains of HPV, 40 of which are high risk or presumably can give a person higher risk of developing cervical cancer and Gardasil only protects against HPV-16 and HPV-18, two of the four most common high risk strains of the 40. However strains 16, 18, 31 and 45 are the ones that increase the risk for cervical cancers. There are still 36 others out there that can “presumably” increase the risk for developing cervical cancer. So as far as cervical cancers go, Gardasil protects against TWO of the high risk strains for this, out of 40. The other 60 cause genital warts, plantar warts, other bodily warts etc.

    HPV also cannot act alone, so a person must also be infected with one of the HPV early proteins or late proteins. Some HPV strains can live without a host for months, so a person who has plantar warts can actually transmit the HPV virus by simply walking in public barefoot. Condoms also offer little protection as HPV can be transmitted by other exposed skin contact as well.

    Thirdly, HPV is so prevalent in today’s society that it is estimated that 50% of all sexually active people today carry HPV in one of it’s many forms. So if you’ve had sex with more than one person in your life, you have HPV in one of it’s forms. If you’re a woman and have had 4 partners in your life, you have an 85% chance of carrying one of the high risk forms of HPV. Exclusivity is key, but let’s face it, people today are not exclusive in their relationships. Even people that have been married for 10, 20, 30 years. Infidelity is a common occurrence. And as far as testing goes, there really is no conclusive tests for men, women it’s a simple cervical scrape and DNA testing of the cells.

    And lastly, even our own government researchers have stated that “even among women who develop abnormal cervical cell changes because of persistent infection with high-risk HPV types, the chances of developing cervical cancer are small, even if the abnormal cells are not treated.” This coming from the Government HPV factsheet.

    Do I believe this vaccine is dangerous? More than likely. It was pushed out on us simply because we as a society have become a pill for every ill people. The big pharma companies do not have our best interests at heart. So basically, the trial period for Gardasil is going on now, and like a previous poster stated, once enough people become ill from this vaccine, only then will it be deemed dangerous and pulled. Big pharma will pay out in settlements, oh sure, but they will have still made billions. So it is our sons and daughters that are the guinea pigs. I refuse to make my children a guinea pig for anyone.

    I only hope they make the right choices in life and are not promiscuous, but even with that their chances of contracting HPV is still 1 in 2.

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  3. Sherry Moore says:

    The removal of iodine from bread supplementation throughout the 1960s and 1970s resulted in the start of our health epidemic. Iodine kills pathogens in the blood as blood travels through the thyroid gland. When everyone became iodine deficient, pathogens like HIV, Lyme’s disease, HPV, and hepatitis became common. So did heavy metal toxicity, low thyroid symptoms, problems with the reproductive organs and cancer. The pharmaceutical industry engineered the fear-mongering of iodine in the 60s and 70s to lower our daily intake so that more synthetic hormones could be sold.

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  4. HealthEnthusiast says:

    I have 2 friends who received the first injection and both had serious side effects. One had an intense headache for three weeks after the shot. I put her in touch with the other friend from another state and after hearing the other girls experience she decided not to take the second injection. I read about this shot 6 months after it came onto the market and already there had been cases reported of death and paralysys associated with this vaccine. I can’t believe they are now forcing it on immigrants who come here and young girls. The pharmaceutical company and doctors distributing this lethal stuff should be jailed and fined for damage and negligence.

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  5. Alicia Corlew RN says:

    Unless these events are reported in the media the public is ignorant of the facts. And these facts are horrendous! My hearts go out to these young women who have been sold “snake oil”.
    Cervical cancer is increasingly rare and is easily detected by pap smears which should be routine for all girls who are menstruating. Women in good nutritional health can keep the herpes virus in check. This virus is very common and does not mean cervical cancer is a guaranteed outcome of exposure. There are natural antiviral supplements such as Grapefruit Seed Extract that destroy the virus. Adequate folic Acid protects the cervix. Adequate antioxidants and L-lysine also enhance immunity against the virus. When I hear of these terrible stories I feel so angry! So,so,so unnecessary!!!!!!

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  6. G. Bernhard says:

    My 16 yr old son went for his annual physical in June 2011. Unknown to me, his doctor gave him the Gardasil vaccine. I was waiting in the waiting room, neither the doctor or his nursed came out to tell me that my son was to get any vaccines that day! I DID NOT WANT my son to get this Gardasil vaccine, don’t we as parents still have the choice or the rights to say whether or not our childrend should be vaccninated?? My son is healthy,non sexually active and I’m outraged that this doctor should violate our rights like this! What civil protection do I have as a mother to protect my child from being vaccinated with Gardasil when the doctor ignores to tell me what he’s doing to my child behind closed doors?!!!

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    • Jennifer says:

      This is crazy they can do this without parent permission. My 18 year old just received the HPV shot, and is having extreme reactions. I am so upset at these doctors. She asked to call me first and they told her no, she is an adult and needs to make her own decisions. She is struggling with breathing, walking, and her vision is constantly blurry, along with dizziness, and nausea. Her speech is slurred. We spent 2 nights and a day in the ER but they will not agree it is from the shot. She was a healthy (9-year) soccer player, always on the go before this. Now she is in bed most of the day. If anyone has any good advice as to what to take to help clear this out of her system…. I’m all ears.

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  7. Lou says:

    “The fact is, the CDC has received tens of thousands of adverse event reports after administration of the Gardasil HPV vaccine”

    How sad that in the US this tragedy is allowed to continue., These tens of thousands or reported adverse events are MARKERS for the millions of incidences of vaccine damage that go unreported or unnoticed AT THE TIME only to show up unnoticed as early death, autism and the numerous auto-immune diseases that have burgeoned along with the barbaric practice of “vaccination”

    The Gardasil Vaccine Scam

    “My daughter went from a varsity lacrosse player at Choate to a chronically ill, steroid-dependent patient with autoimmune myofasciitis. I’ve had to ask myself why I let my eldest of three daughters get an unproven vaccine against a few strains of a nonlethal virus that can be dealt with in more effective ways.” Doctor Ratner says she’d have been better off getting cervical cancer than the vaccination, Note you can bet Doctor Ratner will be put to death before her other two girls are forced to get this poison

    ”Can the Gardasil itself cause cancer? That’s a fair question – we’re talking about a vaccine that they’re claiming prevents cancer by imitating a pathogen that itself causes cancer, right? So wouldn’t we want to be fairly secure that this vaccine wouldn’t cause cancer? Here’s what the manufacturer states: Gardasil … “… not been evaluated for carcinogenicity or impairment of fertility ([1] p1986 “). Wonderful. They want to vaccinate all American 12 year olds with a vaccine for cancer and they don’t even know for sure whether or not it causes cancer, or makes the recipients infertile. Yeah, sign my kid up for that one.” The Doctor Within

    “It is therefore realistic to suspect that Gardasil is associated with between 177,000 and 1.7 million adverse effects among vaccinated American girls and young women.” Will Merck’s Gardasil HPV Vaccine be its Next Vioxx?

    “Christina England, a journalist monitoring the politics and science of the HPV vaccines, relates the case of an employee at a large hospital who commented on the 1,000-plus girls who are manifesting psychotic symptoms for no apparent reason other than being vaccinated with Gardasil.” Will Merck’s Gardasil HPV Vaccine be its Next Vioxx?

    “Otherwise pro-Big Pharma Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) printed an article in 2009 stating, “the rate of serious adverse events [of Gardasil] is greater than the incidence rate of cervical cancer.” Given the high prestige of JAMA, this alone should be a sufficient warning to avoid HPV vaccines at any cost.” Will Merck’s Gardasil HPV Vaccine be its Next Vioxx?

    “If you have been exposed to HPV 16 or 18 prior to injection and take the Gardasil vaccine, you increase your risk of precancerous lesions, or worse, by 44.6%. Merck’s research is indicating that Gardasil may also ‘provide cross-protection’ against other strains of HPV that are closely related to HPV 16 and 18. (see this article on Medpage Today) This means prior exposure to these additional strains may pose an increased risk for cervical cancer also, if combined with vaccination.” HFA

    “Women who used multivitamins had a 79% lower risk of cervical dysplasia 2/3 than those who did not use them.” Life Extension, Note cervical dysplasia often precedes cervical cancer

    “Doctor Diane Harper, lead researcher in the development of two human papilloma virus vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix, said the controversial drugs will do little to reduce cervical cancer rates and, even though they’re being recommended for girls as young as nine, there have been no efficacy trials in children under the age of 15.” Note when asked why she was coming forward with this startling information Doctor Harper stated “I have to be able to sleep with myself”

    “The vaccines did not cause autism or childhood developmental diseases but the damages were occurring after every vaccination finally Gardasil broke the camels back. You are all being harmed, it is additive, it is summative, it is cumulative.” Doctor Andrew Moulden MD, PhDDouglass MD

    Analysis Finds Gardasil Contaminated with Genetically Modified HPV rDNA

    “Natural HPV DNA does not remain in the bloodstream for very long. However, the HPV DNA in Gardasil is not ‘natural’ DNA. It is a recombinant HPV DNA (rDNA) — genetically engineered — to be inserted into yeast cells for VLP (virus-like-particle) protein production. rDNA is known to behave differently from natural DNA. It may enter a human cell, especially in an inflammatory lesion caused by the effects of the aluminum adjuvant, via poorly understood mechanisms. Once a segment of recombinant DNA is inserted into a human cell, the consequences are hard to predict. It may be in the cell temporarily or stay there forever, with or without causing a mutation. Now the host cell contains human DNA as well as genetically engineered viral DNA.”

    Folks are we to believe this is an accident. NO that rDNA is there for a reason. My guess would be it has to do with reproduction and the political depopulation agenda. Well it also is killing and maiming the poor girls (soon boys as well?) injected with this poison.

    http://healthyprotocols.com/2_vaccine_5.htm

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  8. Greg Murphy says:

    Another example, proving that vaccinations are dangerous, thus supporting my reasoning never to have another vaccinations in my life. Fortunately I have only had the polio vaccine. I have tried to educate my brethren as to these dangers. Unfortunately they for the most part choose to listen to their Doctors without completing their due diligence.

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  9. Jeff P. says:

    My opinions that all vaccinations are dangerous, but so is your kitchen: Doctors shouldn’t vaccinate the ill, and warm the patient of the dangers. These adverse cases are anecdotal until science says otherwise. We don’t know enough facts about these cases to say with certainty that the sole cause was the HPV immunization, there is currently no science to support that assumption.

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    • Heather says:

      go to truthaboutgardasil.org and talk to the injured and thier moms, then ask yourself this. Do you want to believe us? or do you want to wait and hope that Merck, FDA and CDC do the right thing and Investigate and put the science out there? By then too many will be sick, too many have already died. Its True!!! People are just set in thier ways, If it says FDA Approved- then it must be??? If Doctors say its safe, It must be??? well I found out the hard way and My only hope is that others will give it time, wait for the truth to come ou t, use protection till then, trust me you wont regret it once you see how many will be affected. tens of thousands already have.

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  10. Mindanoiha says:

    HPV is NOT necessarily a sexually transmitted infection. The information that HPV is sexually transmitted is in connection with a strategy which is devised by vaccine promoters to push the HPV vaccine onto a large group – many thousands of young girls.
    HPV is not necessarily a sexually transmitted infection. It has been found in the placenta, umbilical cord blood and in infants.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18972230
    http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/produkte.asp?Doi=24939

    “Several studies have demonstrated that infants can acquire high-risk HPV infections from their mothers at birth. Thus, the traditional view that cervical-cancer associated HPV infections are primarily sexually transmitted needs to be re-assessed. Accordingly, the role of mother to child transmission of cancer-associated HPVs may need to be investigated further. These facts are pertinent to those developing prophylactic vaccines to prevent high-risk HPV infections and cervical carcinoma”.

    The fact that thousands already have the human papilloma virus in their bodies is a strong reason why they should not be given the HPV vaccine. The manufacturer Merck has published that if Gardasil is given when there already is an infection with HPV present, the risk of cervical cancer is increased by 44.6 per cent.
    Vaccinating with Gardasil may result in many thousands of cases of cancer.

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  11. Josie Carbone says:

    I have NO trust in the pharmaceutical companies. Their sole interest is to make money for themselves and for their investors. I know this from ppl who worked for them and who, out of their own conscience, quit a very well paid job. When this vaccine came out, immediately I advised my daughter not to trust and be fooled by the very well orchestrated ad campaign and NOT to take it. THANK GOD SHE LISTENED. There is too much money involved. I am NOT anti profit but when there is that sort of money involved corruptions is never far away and conscience goes out the window. I wonder if doctors truly understand and remember the oath they took because they have become the foot soldiers of Big Pharma.

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  12. Deborah Stucklen says:

    I am shocked to read about the dangers of Gardasil, the HPV vaccine that has devastated so many young girls. I should have learned about this in our newspapers and not had to learn about it online.

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    • Heather says:

      trust me it is a devestating thing when yo uhave a reaction. The suffering is torture, Merck could care less. And Doctors dont know what to do. So mothers just sit and wait to how how bad the outcome will be, while losing everything they own and feeling guilty for believeing the crap we were told . Merck should be ashamed. Doctors should research. This will Be an epidemic, everyone will see that in time.

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  13. Jenny says:

    Your article ‘HPV Vaccine Victims Speak Out—Will the Media Finally Get it Right?” left me very skeptical.

    It’s good to pay attention and listen to stories about dangers, but it’s also important to see if the source is credible. I can’t help having some doubts about the HPV story. If my mother had had an HPV shot when she was 13 she would not have gotten the cancer that changed her life and mine 32 years ago. That cancer could have killed her, and the hysterectomy she had to have to survive it caused her so many other heath issues she had to move out of the city and change all our lives. She’s still suffering from the damage. We can now prevent that from happening to my daughters.

    We have reason to doubt scary vaccine stories. The rumors that emerged from one such story – the story that vaccines cause autism – was based on a study of six hand chosen kids. It was incredibly flawed, but people took it as gold. Tens of 1000’s of kids missed needed vaccines and got sick. Some even died. The pain that those families went through awful – and unnecessary. Millions of dollars and studies of 100’s of 1000’s of kids over more than 10 years and court case after court case finally proved that there is zero connection between autism and vaccines. Money was diverted to these studies that could have been spent learning about the real causes of the disease which can be so harmful.

    I spent over 2 years in Africa in the early 90’s. I saw what happens in places where vaccines are not always administered. Fear of vaccines is a dangerous thing. Many kids died and/or were crippled and/or scarred for life that could have been protected. It didn’t have to be that way, but someone spread stories to scare parents from getting the vaccines their children needed. It was horrible.

    So I read the article with some skepticism. And I while I think every new drug on the market should be viewed with caution, I have seen the studies about HPV and they are extensive and it does have an incredibly good safety record. And then I read the only two examples given in this article and they don’t sound right.

    The first example is of someone getting encephalitis from a viral infection. I can’t see how that could possibly be caused by the HPV shot. It sounds like the blame lies with the administrator of the shot allowing a virus to get on the needle or with another infection caught at around the same time but from a different source. The second example gives even less reason to make the connection. The girl is a good student and starts failing. Why? No symptoms except failing grades? No description of what caused the change? Was it nerve damage? Inability to absorb vitamins? Headaches? Drugs taken to relieve pain? Do other girls who’ve had the shot have the same deficiencies? It make no sense to assume it was the shot. Not when millions of girls have gotten the shot and not had problems.

    If the article stated that 100’s of girls have had similar problems in varying degrees due to a specific change in hormones / change in fluid levels on the brain / change in vitamin absorption / change in red blood cell count / any other clearly defined and recognizable symptom that appears more often in girls that have had HPV shots compared to the general population – I’d be more than willing to listen. That would concern me.

    And I realize that there could be a problem. It’s possible that the facts are more damning than this article leads me to believe. But it does sound like unsubstantiated fear mongering with two tragic but unproven cases where the causes could be the HPV shot but most likely are not, versus millions of safe vaccinations that will save millions of women from going through what my family went through when my mother had cancer from from the HP virus.

    In 2008 25% of teenage girls and 50% of sexually active adult women have or have had HP virus. For many that turns to cancer. It’s why we have to suffer the humiliation of annual pap smears and the horrors of surgically removing parts of our bodies when cancer does appear.

    This HPV shot has the potential to stop that from happening to a whole generation.

    We need to be careful of new drugs, but we also need to watch out for false allegations. And we need to look at the proportion (millions) of people who benefit substantially from the drug vs the proportion (10’s?) who suffer. And if the sufferers are legitimate, we need to look at why they reacted so differently and see what we can to help them and prevent other children from suffering in a similar way.

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    • Lois says:

      Gardasil may protect against the HPV virus, but it does NOT protect against cervical cancer. This has been publicized more than once.

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  14. Pat Farrell says:

    More interference from Big Pharma. When are we going to plan our peaceful revolution?

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  15. Michael Bennett says:

    I am significantly disappointed that your negative approach to the HPV vaccine has relied so heavily on anecdotal evidence. Neither the CDC nor any scientifically reputable research hospital or medical school (Mayo, Sloan-Kettering, Cedars-Sinai, the Universities of Chicago, Michigan, Stanford, Yale, Harvard, etc. Medical Schools) have made statements regarding any causal relationship between the HPV vaccine and particular reactions in pre-teen or teen-age young women. Just because one event happens after another does not mean that the first event necessarily caused any or all of the conditions of the second event. That kind of reasoning would be indicative of the post hoc fallacy. And while it may be true that some young women who are suffering various ailments all were given the HPV vaccine, the ailments are not identical among those who are suffering nor are the vast majority of young women who were given the vaccine affected by it. I have three daughters and had the vaccine been available when they were entering their teen years, I would have had no problem making certain they all were protected with the vaccine. Stop with the scare tactics until you get a true scientific reading that establishes definitive causality. Without that causality, all you are doing is fear-mongering. And what is worse, you are giving credence to that foolish Minnesota congresswoman who thinks she should be president. HPV is too deadly for you to be trying to persuade people to stay away from the vaccine when you do not have the evidence to back up your statements. And by the way, I am merely a college professor with a Ph.D. in English and a JD in law, so I have no connection to any pharmaceutical company.

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    • Heather says:

      Truly you have no idea what you are talking about- Gardasil does not even protect everyone, Merck states this in the manual, also it last only 5 yrs. tens of thousands of kids have been affteced. All you have to do is watch your child suffer from this toxic deadly crap and you would not post that you have. you are Mis Informed.

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    • BrianG says:

      Dear Professor,

      Have you read the statistics from the FDA? How about the articles in JAMA? VAERS? Have you looked at the list of radio shows, tv segments, peer-reviewed medical journals etc. on the NVIC website regarding Gardasil? Below is a partial survey of the tip of the iceberg for your perusal. Are you aware of the numbers needed to treat for this vaccine? That is to say that we must vaccinate 1 million women to prevent 1 case of cervical cancer. In the meantime there have been 100 young women who are now dead and thousands of others who are damaged for life. And the scientific community, at least in part, is well aware fo these facts. but big pharma does not want this information to surface.
      One of the few intelligent statements I am aware of Michele Bachman making was regarding this vaccine. On the other hand very intelligent people like Rachel Maddow have generously expressed their ignorance regarding Gardasil. So please understand, there is enough true scientific data to elevate this conversation from “scare tactics” and conspiracy theory to establishing causality.

      Respectfully,

      Report Concerning Survey of Adverse Events Following Inoculations with Gardasil
      2010 Emily Tarsell, LCPC and James Garrett, PhD February 18, 2010

      Background The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concluded that the rates of Adverse Events Following Injections (AEFIs) for the human papillomavirus recombinant vaccine (qHPV) Gardasil were not greater than background rates. They also acknowledge limitations in the reporting system that could compromise this conclusion. On record as of 1/31/2010 were 15,829 AEFI reports including 49 deaths.

      Methodology 39 respondents who experienced AEFIs following Gardasil injections self-selected to complete an on-line National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) questionnaire. Respondents checked symptoms experienced prior to and following consecutive qHPV injections. Additional data were gathered and analyzed and an exact test was performed regarding 6 cases of death.

      Principal Findings The data reflect a two to four fold increase in occurrence, type and severity of symptoms with additional exposure to Gardasil for all respondents. Chronic fatigue and headache or dizziness were pervasive and compounded over time. Additional concurrent symptoms and frequency reported were: numbness, muscle pain, nausea and muscle weakness, 60-70%; joint pain, chest pain, skin disorders and concentration problems, more than 50%; menstrual problems, 40%; post-vaccine heart disorders, 33%; seizures, 13%-20%.
      Time intervals from inoculation to onset of symptoms were mostly within 30 days. Cause of death was undetermined for five cases; one autopsy is pending. Five of the six deaths occurred after the third injection. This diverges from expectations if the deaths were coincidental. There was statistical evidence at the 5% level, with a p-value of 0.0434, that the hypothesis that Gardasil is not related to any of the reported deaths is not tenable.

      Conclusion Data analyzed suggest a dose-response and temporal relationship to Gardasil. Data may be biased toward reports of severe adverse reactions. However, a vaccine can have a low rate of AEFIs while still indicating strong evidence that the small numbers of events that do occur are related to the vaccine.

      Some additional reutable sources for review would be:
      Slade BA, Leidel L, Vellozzi C, Woo EJ et al. Postlicensure Safety Surveillance for Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus Recombinant Vaccine. JAMA, August 19, 2009; Vol. 302, No.7: pp.750-757.

      CBS News. August 19, 2009. Gardasil Researcher Speaks Out: “Public Should Receive More Complete Warnings.”

      Haug C. The Risks and Benefits of HPV Vaccination. JAMA, August19, 2009; Vol. 302, No. 7: pp. 795-796.

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    • Sheila says:

      Apparently you have not done research yourself to ascertain that the pattern of the drug companies is to promote their new product, rake in the dollars and then pull it when the adverse effects are too great to ignore. The best way is to teach your daughters that promiscuity leads to cervical cancer. As for our daughter, ONE adverse effect of the vaccine is enough to not use it. Common sense would tell you that something this new could not possibly determine long range consequences.

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      • Atami says:

        When you use anecdotal evidence without numbers, it means nothing. I have anecdotal evidence too. I have three children with no side effects. Amazing. It means this is all crap. Don’t believe me? See what anecdotal evidence gets you? Like all vaccinations, if viewed vs a healthy person you might not want to get the vaccination. If viewed vs getting the actual disease, then it starts to look much more reasonable to take the risk. You cannot “make” your daughter not promiscuous any more than you can “make” sure her partners never were promiscuous in their life. We are all a chain and people lie. I have a relative that was a virgin when she married and her husband supposedly was too. And yet she got herpes and had to have every child by C-section. You cannot control other people’s behavior, which is why vaccinations are necessary. I vaccinated both my girls and my boys.

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  16. fred karlson says:

    We need to hear about the dangers of the HPV vaccine.

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  17. Judy says:

    There will be a new movie out called “One More Girl” about the affects of the HPV vaccine. I have financially contributed to this movies’ productions. https://www.facebook.com/pages/One-More-Girl/136725669714295?ref=ts

    Another promising documentary about vaccines, The Greater Good which just showed in LA.

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  18. ruth hosek says:

    The horrible part of all this is that the female victims of the sexual transmitted disease are infected by the males they interact with. It is the males who carry the virus. They are the ones who should be inoculated. Fat chance, I guess. Men make the rules.

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    • Denise says:

      Actually, they are now recommending that boys be vaccinated as well. Due to the newness of the vaccine, and the large number of people who have had ill effects, I will not be getting my son vaccinated. It will only work if the male doesn’t have the virus, and I didn’t hear that they are testing the males first.

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  19. Barbara Lynch says:

    I just read the piece on the HPV vaccine. While I generally distrust the pharma industry, I find the tone of your article close to hysterical and definitely inflammatory. I’m sure that, had I young daughters, I wouldn’t allow them to be vaccinated, as there hasn’t been enough evidence to warrant trusting that it’s safe. However, I won’t be supporting your organization based on what seems to me to be intellectual dishonesty. You sound like a Tea Partier, for heaven’s sake. Get a grip. Give us solid information, not this throw-a-scare into people hyperbole.

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    • BrianG says:

      The hysteria in this article comes from the families of the 100 girls who have died from the vaccine and the thousands of others who have been permanently damaged. Please don’t take my word for it! Many reputable individuals and organizations are seriously concerned about these facts and with a little research you will find even the FDA has ongoing investigations validating the concerns in this article. See below.

      Report Concerning Survey of Adverse Events Following Inoculations with Gardasil
      2010 Emily Tarsell, LCPC and James Garrett, PhD February 18, 2010

      Background The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concluded that the rates of Adverse Events Following Injections (AEFIs) for the human papillomavirus recombinant vaccine (qHPV) Gardasil were not greater than background rates. They also acknowledge limitations in the re- porting system that could compromise this conclusion. On record as of 1/31/2010 were 15,829 AEFI reports including 49 deaths.

      Methodology 39 respondents who experienced AEFIs following Gardasil injections self-selected to complete an on-line National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) questionnaire. Respondents checked symptoms experienced prior to and following consecutive qHPV injections. Additional data were gathered and analyzed and an exact test was performed regarding 6 cases of death.

      Principal Findings The data reflect a two to four fold increase in occurrence, type and severity of symptoms with additional exposure to Gardasil for all respondents. Chronic fatigue and headache or dizziness were pervasive and compounded over time. Additional concurrent symptoms and frequency reported were: numbness, muscle pain, nausea and muscle weakness, 60-70%; joint pain, chest pain, skin disorders and concentration problems, more than 50%; menstrual problems, 40%; post-vaccine heart disorders, 33%; seizures, 13%-20%.
      Time intervals from inoculation to onset of symptoms were mostly within 30 days. Cause of death was undetermined for five cases; one autopsy is pending. Five of the six deaths occurred after the third injection. This diverges from expectations if the deaths were coincidental. There was statistical evidence at the 5% level, with a p-value of 0.0434, that the hypothesis that Gardasil is not related to any of the reported deaths is not tenable.

      Conclusion Data analyzed suggest a dose-response and temporal relationship to Gardasil. Data may be biased toward reports of severe adverse reactions. However, a vaccine can have a low rate of AEFIs while still indicating strong evidence that the small numbers of events that do occur are related to the vaccine.

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    • Susan Austin says:

      I cannot believe you just attacked the writer of this article when all they were doing was simply reporting the horrific effects of this monstocity of a “vaccine”, which has had NO long term testing. YOU are the one being “intellectually dishonest”, since you won’t vaccinate your own daughters, yet you chastise the writer for reporting what other families have experienced and what the AAP refuses to acknowledge.

      And your mocking of the Tea Party is very telling as to your leanings, with a desire for for big government and big pharma in your life. YOU are the FROG in the POT of BOILING WATER and you don’t EVEN KNOW IT.

      That is called IGNORANCE and YOU are the one who should be hysterical, as you are clueless and have had the wool pulled over your eyes.

      Government tells us only what they want us to know and big pharma exists only to make money. If you don’t believe that, THEN GO GET YOUR DAUGHTER VACCINATED !!!!!!!!

      Put your money (and your health) where your mouth is, and, by the way, take the daughters of the big pharma companies who make this with you!!!!!!!

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  20. Kathryn Dudley says:

    In our local Chiropractic office we have 2 young women who have serious and permenant damage to their immune systems from this vaccine. Both were freshmen in college and had to withdraw from school and spend a year recovering. Neither will ever be the same. One family lost everything had to short sale their home to cover medical bills. She will graduate from USC in May but will never be able to lead a normal life. The other developed a fibromyalgia like condition and is plagued with chronic pain. The both developed symptoms at about the same time and were diagnosed with mononucleosis after the second injection. Could have been from the same batch of vaccine? It has been devistating watching two young women suffer needlessly let alone the cost and emotional trauma for their families.

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    • Lou says:

      Kathryn

      “Could have been from the same batch of vaccine?”

      No sadly the “bad batch” is a cover up. Can there be bad batches absolutely but in the greater and more important sense ALL batches are bad. We as a society are being forced to ignore this truth.

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      • Brandy says:

        No one is being forced to ignore anything! These are people are choosing to ignore the truth! Ignorance is bliss!!! The entire Country needs to wake up and pay attention!!!! WE ARE IN TROUBLE!!!

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    • Lanette says:

      Hi Kathryn,

      I wonder why I never hear of anyone treating these victims w/ detoxification methods, such as chelation therapy and even intravnaeous Vitamin C therapy? I do believe they have a chance at recovery, if their bodies are given what they need to cleanse themselves of the toxic chemicals they were injected with. I encourage you to explore this with your patients……………there is hope!

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  21. SBVaccines says:

    Is the story of the seventh grader on the website anywhere?

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