What amounts to a mass experiment on children is being hailed as "philanthropy" as India allows thousands to be vaccinated by an organization with financial ties to the Gates Foundation.
A new study published in Clinical Rheumatology exposes how vaccine manufacturers used phony placebos in clinical trials to conceal a wide range of devastating risks associated with HPV vaccines.
Katie Couric opened up a Pandora's box of sorts simply by airing testimony about the HPV vaccine's lack of effectiveness and safety, but shouldn't she be commended for asking questions the mainstream media is afraid to touch?
Big Pharma sells Gardasil based on fear of cervical cancer. But do the benefits outweigh the costs? Inform yourself, find your compass, so that you can be one less woman, wishing she had only known more.
Are HPV vaccines a viable option in your personal war against cancer? It is very difficult to make an informed choice about Gardasil or Cervarix when you receive only part of the available information. The time has come to take a critical look at the facts behind recent HPV vaccine news reports.
Gardasil (HPV vaccine) has never been proven to prevent a single case of cervical cancer, but as the most profitable vaccine ever created it is increasingly being mandated despite having an atrocious safety record.
A groundbreaking new Indian House panel report confirms the US NGO, PATH, and the Indian organization, ICMR, violated the law while conducting and promoting the commercial interests of clinical trials for HPV vaccines, which were linked to the deaths of several young Indian girls.
Despite the widespread belief that HPV infection is a lethal force against which we only have vaccination to defend ourselves, both ancient herbal medicine and our body's inherent immune defenses have newly been confirmed to have significant power against it.
Piece by piece the foundation and historical legacy of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine is fast approaching the reality anticipated by former pharmaceutical industry physician with Gardasil manufacturers Merck when he stated in 2014, “I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all times…”
One of the primary pro-vaccine arguments is that vaccines can prevent cancer by preventing viral infections. But do viruses truly cause cancer and, if so, could the vaccines, rather than being preventative, be the cause?
Study Underscores Need for More Research to Determine Whether Vaccines Are the Source
The harms caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination can be complex, severe, and exceedingly difficult to treat. However, a promising new study shows there is hope for those whom conventional medicine has failed.
Despite aggressive pressure to get girls as early as 9 years old to vaccinate against HPV, a new analysis shows that natural HPV infection actually prevents new HPV infections and cervical changes linked to cancer malignancy.
We cannot have an honest discussion about vaccinations if the discussion is censored.
HPV vaccines are declared the world over as safe and effective, and yet research clearly shows their unintended adverse health effects could be causing severe and widespread harm in exposed populations.
If a recent "Molecular Cytogenetics" findings are true, then a vaccine against HPV is not only dangerous for some, but completely useless as well.
There is no evidence that Gardasil or Cervarix can prevent cancer better than a decent screening program. There is strong evidence that they can produce severe and life-threatening harm. This report by 4 scientists documents how science has been corrupted & misused to promote these life-devastating vaccines.
A new study by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) reveals that, despite increasing uptake of human papillomavirus (HVP) vaccines, cancers caused by HPV rose in the past decade.
Japan Has Become Ground Zero Where The HPV Vaccine Debacle Is Unfolding In Public View
The FDA's approval of the new Gardasil vaccine, containing double the aluminum of the previous one, represents a heinous violation of the public interest.