[SaneVax: Science Daily recently published an article on a large scale study that headlined HPV types do not replace those suppressed via vaccination. Unfortunately, if you read the article carefully, it clearly states that all of the data for this ‘study’ came from an unvaccinated population. Anyone with half a brain cell left knows you cannot take data from an unvaccinated population to prove HPV type replacement does not occur after vaccination.
Will anyone read the article thoroughly? Or will they simply cite the article for the title and go on about the business of propagating what may be a dangerous myth? Is it any wonder the public has little confidence in their current health authorities?]
Human Papillomavirus types do not replace others after large-scale vaccination
ScienceDaily (July 24, 2012) — Vaccines against human papillomavirus (HPV) are now recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for both teenage boys and girls. The vaccine protects against the two most common types of the virus that cause cervical cancer: HPV 16 and 18. Is there a chance that the increased number of people vaccinated might result in an increase of other types of HPV that cause cancer?
A UNC-led international team of scientists studied this question in a group of 2228 Kenyan men as a “nested” trial in a larger trial. Their first paper in the Journal of Infectious Diseases showed that little evidence exists for potential HPV type competition in a cross-sectional study. Viral type competition occurs when different types of a particular virus compete for dominance.
“We found no evidence for competition between different HPV types over time in high-risk men from Kenya. While these data are based only on non-vaccinated men,…”