The HPV Vaccine Push


HPV Vax Unsafe and Unnecessary

In a report[1] circulating the Internet the Human Papillomavirus vaccine has been accused of being unsafe.

The report suggests, “HPV… is a sexually transmitted infection that can be caused by over 100 different viral strains. Very few strains actually contribute to cancer or cause genital warts and almost all of them clear up on their own. The “get away from it as fast as you can” vaccine was approved in 2006 by the FDA after the shortest “safety” trial period known to man and an aggressive Merck marketing strategy. Seriously, Merck deployed 1,500 employees to vaccine marketing and was caught lobbying the 50 states for mandatory Gardasil vaccination before it had even secured approval from the FDA.”

Public health authorities on the other hand indicate, “CDC and partners, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, recommend HPV vaccination of both girls and boys at ages 11 or 12 years and suggest that clinicians strongly recommend HPV vaccination for preteens and teens who have not yet been fully vaccinated.”[2]

Further, CDC admits, “The two vaccines use different adjuvants. The quadrivalent vaccine uses alum (225 μg amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate) adjuvant, while the bivalent vaccine uses AS04 (500 μg aluminum hydroxide 50 μg 3-O-deacyl-4’-monophosphoryl lipid A).”[2]

The opponents of the vaccine warn, “According to Merck – the maker of Gardasil, if a person has already been exposed to the HPV strains contained in the vaccine prior to injection, then Gardasil increases the risk of precancerous lesions by at least 44.6 percent. Did you see that on the “One Less” commercial? Me neither. Were you offered a screening prior to getting offered an HPV vaccine? Probably not. Inject now, worry about it never, right? It’s all about the sale. “[1]

Since CDC says “About 79 million Americans are currently infected with HPV. About 14 million people become newly infected each year. HPV is so common that most sexually-active men and women will get at least one type of HPV at some point in their lives.”[2] it seems reasonable to conclude that for at least 80+ million Americans, receiving the vaccine could increase cancer risks.

If you are sexually active, does it make medical sense to receive this vaccine? That is a matter of personal choice.

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