Some time ago at Matewan I expressed doubts about Gardasil,
the vaccination that was being forced on teenage girls supposedly
because it acted to prevent cervical cancer. I suggested then that
there was something fishy about all the political wheeling and dealing
behind the scenes that had resulted in various governors - Texas' Rick
Perry for one - making Gardasil vaccinations mandatory.
It all sounded cooked. To begin with, Perry had very heavy
connections with the pharmaceutical industry, including the companies
that manufacture and distribute Gardasil. Secondly, studies show that
some 94% of sexually active women have some form of HPV and in almost
all those cases, it goes away by itself. Why, I
wondered, would we be making the injections mandatory for a disease
that cures itself without troubling the patient for the sake of maybe protecting the small slice of the population that might develop cervical cancer from HPV?
It sounded like another Bog Pharma scam but it may be far worse. Turns out that studies actually show that not only does HPV NOT cause cervical cancer, the Gardasil itself does.
revelation should be quite shocking to anyone who has been following
the debate over Gardasil and mandatory vaccinations of teenage girls.
First, it reveals that Gardasil appears to increase disease by 44.6 percent in certain people -- namely, those who were already carriers of the same HPV strains used in the vaccine.
In other words, it appears that if
the vaccine is given to a young woman who already carries HPV in a
"harmless" state, it may "activate" the infection and directly cause
precancerous lesions to appear. The vaccine, in other words, may accelerate the development of precancerous lesions in women.