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Be careful with the HPV Human Papilloma Vaccine, it is really dangerous

Be careful with the HPV Human Papilloma Vaccine, it is really dangerous

In much of the world, the effects or adverse reactions of the human papilloma vaccine in girls aged nine to sixteen are becoming known, which was made compulsory in educational institutions in Colombia. The most serious thing is that the health system evades its responsibility by ignoring and hiding these effects, attributing their consequences to other diagnoses or medical conditions. In many girls who received some dose of this vaccine against human papilloma, facial paralysis, tremors, depression, suicides, deafness, anxiety or loss of cognitive and motor skills appear, among other symptoms that have occurred in many countries - United States, Argentina, Spain, New Zealand- the emergence of associations of parents against the human papilloma vaccine.

There are dramatic testimonies on the net and you can easily find videos on YouTube that make it clear that these are not simply speculations but are evidence and certainty that this vaccine has become a kind of "epidemic" that is already beginning to show its first effects in Colombia. Less than a year ago, schools began to oblige, with false and manipulated propaganda, on the obligation for school-age girls between the ages of nine and ten to receive their first dose. In this, the Colombian State invested approximately three hundred million dollars, the beneficiaries being two large multinational companies from the pharmaceutical industry.

Relevant studies were never conducted, adverse effects were never warned, much less the studies that did exist were taken into account. Hundreds and thousands of girls, nine years old and of school age, were silent and forced victims of these multinational pharmaceutical companies and the Colombian State. And it is they who at this moment are "diagnosed" with psychological and psychiatric problems to which the origin of their illnesses is attributed. Scientific researcher Norma Ericsson has carried out research in the company of scholars from all over the world raising the alert about the perverse effects of this vaccine in thousands of girls on the planet. According to their studies, this vaccine does not protect against cancer and was used through fear to sell this product to many countries around the world.

Vaccine in Japan

At the other end of the map, in Japan HPV vaccines were included in routine vaccination programs in April 2013. But due to the doubts of the population, the government stopped recommending them in June of the same year after receiving reports of damage to the health of many girls who had been vaccinated. The Japanese government backtracked its recommendation for the HPV vaccine after reports of alleged adverse events in girls who reported suffering from acute and chronic pain as a result of HPV vaccination became known in the media. That report, which appeared in the Japanese daily Asahi Shimbun, gave details about about 50 girls suffering from complex regional pain syndrome and 100 girls who were absent from school after receiving the HPV vaccine. The Health Ministry stated that girls could be vaccinated if parents understood the risks and benefits of the vaccine, but vaccines could not be actively promoted. In 2016, the same media reported that 63 young people are filing a class action lawsuit for 945 million yen ($ 9 million) in compensation for the side effects of HPV vaccines.

Vaccination in Spain

In Spain, for more than six years, the AVP (Association of People Affected by the Papilloma Vaccine) has called on the Spanish Ministry of Health to recognize the adverse effects, adequate health care for the affected young women, an action protocol that promotes further investigation and follow-up of the young women affected, the creation of a compensation fund for the damage caused by the vaccines and the withdrawal of the HPV vaccine since “there is no justification for healthy young people to suffer unnecessary risks, when preventive, effective measures are available and safe, such as cytology, condoms and sexual education ”. The Association produced a documentary in which different women and doctors claim the right of women to receive more information about the benefits and risks of the vaccine to be in better conditions to decide. "We are victims, not anti-vaccines!" they underline.

Symptoms Similar to Multiple Sclerosis and Paralysis Are Not Unusual After HPV Vaccination

Unfortunately, stories like Naomi's are all too common in relation to Gardasil.

One of the vaccine injury cases featured in the film The Greater Good is that of Gabi Swank, a 15-year-old honors student who decided to receive the Gardasil vaccine after seeing the television commercial “Be One Less ”Of this vaccine.

Like many young girls, she was not warned about possible side effects when she received the doses, which are given in a series of three injections.

By the time the documentary was filmed, he had already suffered two strokes and partial paralysis. She also lost some of her vision and today suffers frequent seizures. When he was in high school, many days he had to use a wheelchair to get around school due to muscle pain and chronic fatigue.

A similar reaction happened to 13-year-old Jenny Tetlock, who began to see signs of trouble just a month after she was vaccinated against the HPV virus. Fifteen months later, a degenerative muscle disease left her almost completely paralyzed.

Gardasil Only Protects Against Four of the 100 Types of HPV Viruses

There are more than 100 types of human papillomavirus (HPV). Of these, about 40 types of HPV are transmitted sexually, and 15 of these types are most associated with cervical cancer and genital warts in men and women.

HPV infections that remain unidentified and untreated for a long time are also associated with the development of vaginal, vulvar, penile, anal, and oropharyngeal cancers. Some HPV infections can cause minor skin infections and common warts on the hands and feet.

Certain types of HPV, chronic infections, not identified or treated for a long time, can cause cervical cancer. It is only when the HPV virus remains for many years that abnormal cervical cells can turn into cancer.

This is why the Pap test identifies cervical changes and can prevent deaths from cervical cancer much more effectively than the HPV vaccine will, because there is a sufficient amount of time to find and treat any cervical abnormalities if you are having regular Pap tests.

However, it is important to know that more than 90% of women infected with HPV eliminate it naturally in two years, in which the cervical cells return to normal.

The death rate from cervical cancer4 in the United States is 3 in 100,000 and it is estimated that in 2011, about 12,000 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer and that 4,000 died. In 2009, there were about 34,000 traffic fatalities in the United States for a death rate of 11 in 100,000.

Women have a higher risk of dying in a car accident than dying of cervical cancer!

Cervical cancer rates are even lower in some European countries. The reason the death rate is so low is because - for the vast majority of healthy women living in developed countries like Europe and the United States - their immune systems are generally strong enough to naturally clear the infection. for HPV in two years. Again, this occurs in more than 90% of all cases!

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Video: Sisters Sue Over HPV Vaccine -- The Doctors (August 2021).