FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRLog (Press Release) – Nov 15, 2010–
The million dollar question asked around the world and across the Internet. Why are so few women getting the HPV vaccine? The tone of the articles has been incredulous – and as Dr. Leigh Vinocour states in the Nov. 13 issue of The Huffington Post:
“It is probably one of the most significant medical breakthroughs of this past decade. A vaccine to prevent cancer! We now better understand the link between cancers and viruses and how some viruses such as the human papillomavirus (HPV) can change cells and cause them to become cancerous. In essence we have identified a communicable form of cancer.”
In the August 2006 issue of Immunity 25, 179-184, ©Elsevier Inc. Professor Ian Frazer, Director of the Diamantina Institute for Cancer, Immunology and Metabolic Medicine in Australia and creator of the HPV vaccine wrote a commentary on his work and the science behind Human Papillomavirus and the vaccine. Frazer states: “…Nevertheless, HPV vaccines should eventually eliminate a number of epithelial cancers and reduce the annual burden of cancer deaths globally by 5%–10%.”
According to the American Cancer Society deaths from invasive cervical cancer are not even in the top ten cancer concerns. Why are we pressuring all girls to get vaccinated? There are even rumors that adolescent girls will be getting text messages reminding them to get vaccinated. Is this a public service message or propaganda for a vaccine campaign gone bad?
In the recently published, “Cervical Cancer Prevention, Health Professional Version” The National Cancer Institute stated that direct causation between HPV and cervical cancer has not been demonstrated.
“The finding of HPV viral DNA integrated in most cellular genomes of cervical carcinomas supports epidemiologic data linking this agent to cervical cancer however, direct causation has not been demonstrated.”
Women have decided to wait to get vaccinated until the HPV vaccine has been proven to be safe and effective. That has yet to be done. The mothers of injured girls and girls who have died have mounted a massive social media and marketing campaign that has caught the attention of the world. Researchers, educators and physicians are lending their support as concerns and issues raised are catching the attention of the medical establishment.
Women have spoken with a voice of reason – after reading through the volumes of substantiated research on hundreds of sites exposing the faulty research in the science and the development of the HPV vaccine.
Fact – HPV – a very common virus – transmitted in many other ways than sexually – passes through most women’s bodies in less than 2 years.
Reports of HPV vaccine damage and deaths keep mounting, according to latest VAERS reports. (Over 20,000 adverse reactions and 84 deaths – including that of a healthy 40 day old breastfeeding infant whose mother received the first in the series of the HPV4 vaccine (Gardasil) and who died the next day.)
On November 7, 2010 a report of the development of Hodgkins Lymphoma post-vaccination was reported – now making the total of 20 reports of this form of cancer appearing.
In spite of Merck’s award winning marketing campaign, women have spoken. They have decided against being “one less” – to being “one more” healthy adolescent accountable for her own health care.
“The Centers for Disease Control reported in late August that while 44% of teenagers received the HPV vaccine in 2009, only 27% of them received all three doses of the shot. Unfortunately, there isn’t evidence to support that getting only one shot effectively protects against cancer. So why aren’t women finishing the series?”
According to the 2008 FDA Closing Statement on Gardasil, it was noted that 73.3% of girls receiving the vaccine would develop “new medical conditions.” Just doing the quick math with only 27% completing the series and 73% getting some kind of “mystery illness’ undiagnosed by doctors – SANEVax believes the the question answers itself.
The HPV Vaccine Education Awareness campaign to prevent more deaths and injury from a vaccine gone bad is the first of its kind in history and it is world-wide. Let it set a precedent for the pharmaceutical companies, FDA, CDC, and all other governments and health authorities who try and push experimental medicines on an unsuspecting public. Those days are gone.
The SaneVax team stands behind mothers around the world who are saying, “It is now time for everyone involved in the development, fast tracking and the marketing of the HPV vaccines to be held accountable for dubious decisions made in the interest of public health.”
Please visit our site at http://sanevax.org/
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