I remember the moment I got the HPV vaccine. I was a young, impressionable teenager, and my mother was concerned about me being sexually active and the potential risks of HPV and cervical cancer. Like any concerned mother, she turned to a doctor, who of course recommended the HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
Now, this was years ago, so there wasn’t as much information available to the public regarding this vaccine’s potential risks.
I’m telling you this because, had I known the potential risks, I definitely would not have agreed to have the vaccine. I’m sure I’m not the only person to say this, as thousands of teenagers have experienced detrimental health effects as a result of the HPV vaccine.
Despite all of the current controversy surrounding the HPV vaccine and the known potential risks (including death), thousands of girl still receive this vaccine every single year.
The Daily Mail just published an article titled “Teenager died in her sleep weeks after being given HPV vaccine as experts reveal the lives of thousands of girls have been destroyed by the controversial jab” detailing how tons of young girls have died, become paralyzed, or experienced detrimental health effects after receiving the HPV vaccine.
19-Year-Old Dies After Receiving HPV Vaccine
Let’s focus on one of the more recent cases regarding the effects of the controversial HPV vaccine: the death of 19-year-old Jasmin Soriat. The young student from Vienna died in her sleep but suffered a wide range of health problems after getting her second injection of the HPV vaccine.
This wasn’t necessarily random, as she experienced neurological issues since having the vaccine. Soriat unfortunately suffered respiratory failure only a few weeks after receiving the vaccine.
The forensic pathologist, Dr. Johan Missliwetz, who was court ordered to perform a second autopsy on Soriat’s body, found that the HPV vaccine could have been the cause of death.
Dr. Missliwetz explained: “I couldn’t find a reasonable cause of death but had two suspicions. One is a genetic disorder of the heart and the other one, it had to do with vaccination.”
However, when Dr. Missliwetz reported his results to the drug regulation authorities, he received countless phone calls from “senior members of the medical establishment.” He explained that these senior members were attempting to “intervene” and that many professors were reaching out to him asking him to stop talking about vaccination tests.
In regards to the bombardment of phone calls he received encouraging him not to discuss vaccines, Dr. Missliwetz said: “I’ve done thousands of autopsies but nobody called me. This was extraordinary.”
Interestingly enough, Dr. Missliwetz has now taken an “early retirement” after all of this controversy.
Other HPV Vaccine Injury Stories
A 16-year-old British girl, Ruby Shallom, received the HPV vaccine and ended up being paralyzed in three limbs. Only a couple weeks after being vaccinated, Shallom started experiencing stomach spasms, dizziness, pain, headaches, and fatigue, ultimately losing all feeling in her legs two years later.
Her doctors refuse to acknowledge whether or not her injuries and medical problems are related to the vaccine, and instead have dismissed it as being all psychological.
Another young man named Colton suffered extreme injuries from the HPV vaccine when he was 13 years old, which started with neck pain and led to complete paralyzation.
You can watch his mother and him explain his devastating story here:
The Independent published an article that detailed 131 young women who came forward to explain their HPV vaccine injuries, and then another 18 young girls who came forward only a week later. The article explained that tons of young girls’ lives have been “turned upside down” due to drastic health effects from the HPV vaccine Gardasil.
Despite all of the people who have come forward, many health officials maintain that the HPV vaccine is completely safe to administer. To me, it seems clear that it requires more testing, and that these adolescents’ health problems need to be looked at more thoroughly.
Other Evidence Suggesting The HPV Vaccine Is Dangerous
Gardasil, also known as the Human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine, is given as a series of three shots over six months to protect against HPV infection and its associated health problems. Although this vaccine is deemed safe by government organizations, numerous physicians have spoken out voicing their concerns about it.
Dr. Bernard Dalbergue, a former physician who worked directly with Gardasil’s manufacturer, Merck, stated:
“The full extent of the Gardasil scandal needs to be assessed: everyone knew when this vaccine was released on the American market that it would prove to be worthless. Diane Harper, a major opinion leader in the United States, was one of the first to blow the whistle, pointing out the fraud and scam of it all.
“I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all time 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.
“Gardasil is useless and costs a fortune! In addition, decision-makers at all levels are aware of it! Cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome, paralysis of the lower limbs, vaccine-induced MS and vaccine-induced encephalitis can be found, whatever the vaccine.”
Dr. Dianne Harper is one of a select few specialists in OB/GYN (in the world) who helped design and carry out the Phase II and Phase III safety and effectiveness studies to get Gardasil approved. There are only 50 HPV experts in the world, and Dr. Harper is one of them, arguably making her an expert on the subject.
Since Harper’s involvement in getting Gardasil approved, she has condemned the vaccine, stating that it is neither safe nor effective.
She has mentioned that the tested length of the efficacy of the vaccines in preventing HPV infection is not long enough to prevent cervical cancer, which, as she states, can take decades to develop. She has also stated that vaccination will not decrease the number of cervical cancer cases, but a routine of regular pap smears will.
Of all the women who get an HPV infection, approximately 70% of those will clear that infection all by themselves in the first year. You don’t even have to detect it or treat it. Within two years, approximately 90% of those women will clear it all by themselves.
By three years, you will have 10% of that original group of women left who still have an HPV infection, and 5% of this 10% will have progressed into a pre-cancerous lesion.
So, “now you have that small group of women who have pre-cancerous lesions and now let’s look at that moving into invasive carcinoma. What we know then is that amongst women with… [pre-cancerous] lesions… it takes five years for about twenty percent of them to become invasive carcinomas. That’s a pretty slow process. It takes about thirty years for forty percent of them to become invasive cervical carcinomas.” (source)
Harper has told CBS that these vaccines are essentially useless, explaining that “the benefit to public health is nothing, there is no reduction in cervical cancers, they are just postponed, unless the protection lasts for at least 15 years, and over 70% of all sexually active females of all ages are vaccinated.”
She also goes on to caution of their dangers:
“Parents and women must know that deaths occurred. Not all deaths that have been reported were represented in Dr. Slade’s work, one-third of the death reports were unavailable to the CDC, leaving the parents of the deceased teenagers in despair that the CDC is ignoring the very rare but real occurrences that need not have happened if parents were given information stating that there are real, but small risks of death surrounding the administration of Gardasil.”
Peter Duesberg, a professor of molecular biology at University of California, Berkeley, explained that scientific studies have found that cervical cancers aren’t even caused by the HPV virus, despite what vaccine manufacturers claim.
“The [HPV] vaccine should be stopped until it’s proved that it protects against cancer… It has the highest number of side-effects ever of any vaccine,” Duesberg explained.
“In the US, it has more side-effects reported than all other vaccines combined. Since there is no scientific evidence that it will do anything else than occasionally cause warts, which will be eliminated by the immune system, there is no need for vaccination against this virus.”
Dr. Christian Fiala, whose speciality lies in obstetrics and gynaecology in Vienna, also stated that there is absolutely zero evidence that the HPV vaccine decreases the risk of cervical cancer.
“No-one has shown that the HPV vaccine actually reduces the rate of cervical cancer,” he said.
“As long as we have no proof that cervical cancer is caused by HPV, it is fundamentally useless to vaccinate against HPV because the chances are the cancer will occur whether there is HPV or not.”
The controversy surrounding the HPV vaccine doesn’t start nor end here. As long as we continue to administer Gardasil to young teens all over the world without changing the ingredients or performing further testing, the public will remain skeptical, and for good reason.
It’s not just Gardasil — all vaccines require further research. The ingredients in many of them, such as mercury and aluminum, pose significant threats to human health. When making your decision to get vaccinated or not, or making the decision for your children, I highly recommend doing your research on each and every vaccine you’re considering.
It’s not about being pro- or anti- vaccines, it’s about being pro-science. We need to acknowledge the fact that many vaccines have some very serious problems with them so we can fix these issues and progress within the medical community and as a society in general.
A Good Lecture on The Topic
Dr. Lucija Tomlijenovic, PhD., a post-doctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia where she works in neurosciences and the Department of Medicine.
Should the CDC and Merck’s claims of efficacy and safety about Gardasil be accepted without scrutiny?
Dr. Tomljenovic explores available data suggesting that there is no indication for this vaccine in the setting of Pap smear efficacy, that claims of vaccine efficacy are without an evidence base, and that risks including death and permanent disability have a known scientific mechanism.
She asks, “Is it ethical to put young women at risk of death or a disabling autoimmune disease at a pre-adolescent age for a vaccine that has not yet prevented a single case of cervical cancer, a disease that may develop 20-30 years after exposure to HPV, when the same can be prevented with regular Pap screening which carries no risks?”