By Norma Erickson
[IMPORTANT NOTE: The SaneVax Team has discovered that a few hours after this article was posted, the petition below was either removed from the website or otherwise made inaccessible. We cannot believe this was done by the National Cervical Cancer Vaccine Victim Liaison Committee. They have been working too hard to ban HPV vaccines in Japan.
The SaneVax Team would like to let the National Cervical Cancer Vaccine Victim Liaison Committee know that citizens of the world are watching the HPV vaccine developments in Japan very closely. Your efforts to protect Japanese citizens from unnecessary harm are greatly appreciated. You have our support.
After much searching, and some help from our friends - the link below is now working.]
Citizens of the world are being asked to help Japan ban the use of Gardasil and Cervarix. The experiences women in Japan have had after HPV vaccine use has shown the risks outweigh the advertised benefits.
The rate of serious adverse reactions Japanese women experienced after Cervarix injections are 52 times the rate of those reported after annual influenza vaccines; serious adverse reactions after Gardasil are 22 times the number reported after flu shots.
Only 0.7% of Japanese women experience infections with HPV 16 or 18. 90% of these infections clear on their own without medical intervention. Even many pre-cancerous lesions heal naturally before advancing to cervical cancer. Adequate screening and gynecological care available in Japan eliminates the need for vaccines which at best might benefit less than 1% of the female population.
At the present time, there is no credible evidence that these vaccines will reduce the rates of cervical cancer. The Japanese people believe there is no reason to expose their women to any risk of serious adverse reactions from unproven vaccines when safe and effective ways of controlling the disease are in place.
Therefore, the National Cervical Cancer Vaccine Victim Liaison Committee has organized a petition to ban the use of both Gardasil and Cervarix in Japan. It is currently available for anyone in the world to sign. This petition, which will be submitted to Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Vaccine Side Effects Committee, puts forth the following demands:
- Ban the use of HPV vaccines in Japan
- Investigate all who were vaccinated
- Acknowledge any serious adverse reactions
- Establish treatment and generous relief for victims
These demands are more than reasonable considering Japan’s experience with the use of HPV vaccines. You can help Japanese women by signing their petition on this site – National Cervical Cancer Vaccine Victim Liaison Committee Petition.
Instructions for those who do not read Japanese are below.
On the top right hand side of the site you will find the following boxes. Enter the information requested, as follows:
姓 – your last name
名 – your first name
Eメールアドレス – your email address
国 – country where you reside.
郵便番号 – your postal code.
コメント – any comment. Whatever you wish to say to the Japanese Government health officials
and then, press that RED
Japanese women are not alone in their experiences with Gardasil and Cervarix. The problem is global. Government health officials around the world are choosing to ignore the facts while continuing to promote HPV vaccines without proven benefits.
Stand united with the women of Japan. Make sure government officials worldwide understand you and your family will not submit to the risk of serious side effects of a product with unproven benefits. Sign their petition.