The following letter was sent to the UK Health Team and various members of Parliament by the Secretary of SaneVax Inc., Freda Birrell, on behalf of the HPV vaccine injured throughout the United Kingdom:
GARDASIL VERSUS CERVARIX
Doctors call for teenage girls to be given STD vaccine
Kiran Randhawa, Health and Social Affairs Correspondent
14 Feb 2011
Doctors today called on the Government to introduce a vaccine for girls on the NHS against genital warts, after infection rates soared.
New figures show cases of the human papillomavirus, which can also lead to cervical cancer, have risen by a third in a decade to 91,000 – with 14,000 in London, the worst-hit area.
It is the second most common sexually transmitted disease after chlamydia and the NHS spends at least £46million a year treating the infection, plus a further £4million on other conditions it causes.
The current HPV vaccine, Cervarix, introduced for all girls aged 13 to 18 in 2008, prevents against the strains that cause cervical cancer, but leaves young women at risk of developing genital warts.
Now 500 doctors and other sexual health workers are backing a campaign by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV to get the jab replaced with Gardasil, which protects against both conditions.
Please note the above coloured words are incorrect – HPV is not a sexually transmitted disease but is a virus which can leave the body of its own accord without causing any harm.
Pap screening has saved more lives from Cervical Cancer. There is no evidence as yet that either Gardasil or Cervarix will do the same and it is recommended that this screening process has to continue even although the subjects have been vaccinated.
Information received from Dr Diane Harper, Principal Researcher with Merck on Gardasil on 18th February 2011. We asked the question about the length of protection that Gardasil would provide for genital warts. This is her answer:
“Yes, the data for Gardasil protecting against genital warts in BOYS only goes out to 29 months (2+ years). They did not study whether the efficacy lasts any longer than the 29 months.”
This will apply also to girls otherwise Dr Harper would have made reference to any studies which had been specifically carried out on females.
Duration of Protection for Gardasil: At this moment in time 5 years. Therefore, those who were vaccinated early in the programme in 2006, their protection period will soon be running out.
All of these facts can be quite easily checked out and the question is “Is this really what we want to provide for our girls in the UK?”
Memorial Document – Gardasil
Please see the photographs and stories of girls who have died following vaccination with Gardasil. This is the common link to all of them and also to the complete list of girls who died following vaccination. The disturbing point is that in many cases after post-mortem no known cause of death was identified. When the medical histories of the girls are examined it is apparent to the families that something is seriously wrong as their daughters were very healthy, in a lot of cases very athletic and for whatever reason their lives were cut short not long after they received this HPV vaccine.
Girls who have died following Gardasil come from many States in America, from Canada, from India and from New Zealand. The reports in VAERS only represent between 1% and 10% of those which have been reported therefore there is a huge discrepancy and the undernoted figures could be enormous.
Read the entire letter here: Members of Parliament – Cervarix versus Gardasil