By Dr. Douglas
Researchers reevaluate HPV vaccines
These are far and away some of the most dangerous vaccines ever concocted – and one of them, Gardasil, has been killing and crippling little girls since it first came to market.
Now, a new study on the “other” HPV vaccine — Cervarix — has found that two shots are every bit as effective as the usual three-shot sequence. A more accurate statement is that they’re every bit as ineffective.
The researchers used data on 7,466 women who were given either Cervarix or a Hepatitis A vaccine. While the women given Cervarix were supposed to get the full three-shot sequence, 20 percent of them got only one or two.
(Maybe they backed out because they started experiencing the drug’s known side effects, such as pain, fatigue, infection, dizziness, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea and bolted.)