When it comes to vaccines we all want them to be both safe and effective. So, whom are you going to believe – the CDC and FDA that are financially linked to the vaccine manufacturers (and who have convinced most doctors that all vaccines are safe), or independent researchers who have discovered that there are multiple reasons for us to be concerned about vaccine safety? The current CDC-recommended vaccine schedule is not safe!
Here’s one example. The HPV vaccine is touted as helping to prevent cervical cancer in women. It has thus far not prevented a single case of cancer, but likely has caused many! Yes, a new study in Sweden has found that the increasing rate of cervical cancer there is likely caused by the HPV vaccine, either by “disease enhancement” or by “vaccine-induced reactivation.” (The vaccine can prevent genital warts, but these are easily diagnosed and treated.)
Did you know that vaccines are not required to undergo long-term safety studies? Drugs are, and even then serious side effects are missed (witness Thalidomide and Vioxx). The HPV Gardasil vaccine was tested for 14 days before it went to market. Fourteen days! And here’s something else. For a valid study a drug or vaccine must be compared to a placebo, that is, an inert material such as salt water. The “placebo” used to test the HPV-9 vaccine (the new Gardasil) was the HPV-4 vaccine! (and the old Gardasil never had a proper placebo) The rate of serious (mainly neurological) side effects from the HPV vaccine is greater than the incidence rate of cervical cancer. According to Dr. William Mikovits about one in ten inoculated with Gardasil or Cervarix develops a neurological disease.