[SaneVax: Merck, the pharmaceutical company that manufactures Gardasil, and the FDA claimed there was no viral DNA in Gardasil at the time of its “fast-tracked” approval. Once it was discovered, the tune changed. Where are the studies that prove the HPV DNA fragments found in Gardasil pose no health risk despite the fact they are bound to the aluminum adjuvant?]
Blood donations from people vaccinated against HPV may be harmful to recipients
By Rebecca Winters
(NaturalNews) A shocking new report reveals that receiving blood donated from someone vaccinated with Gardasil, the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine, may be downright dangerous to your health.
S.A.N.E. Vax, Inc., contracted with an independent lab which tested 13 Gardasil vials from 13 different lots from all over the world and found that the genetically modified HPV DNA strands present in Gardasil had firmly attached to the vaccination’s aluminum adjuvant in a whopping 100% of the samples tested.
While natural HPV DNA does not stay in the bloodstream long, the aluminum binding allows the genetically modified recombinant HPV DNA (rDNA) to behave differently, potentially entering cells and wreaking havoc.