[SaneVax: Has Denmark joined the ranks of countries where HPV vaccination programs just don’t make sense? According to recent publications, girls in Denmark are experiencing 50 serious adverse events per every 100,000 doses of HPV vaccine administered. This figure does not account for adverse events that are not considered ‘serious.’ One has to ask, is it worth 50 cases of disorders like POTS and Guilliane Barre Syndrome after each hundred thousand shots for 20 years in order to see if HPV vaccines will have an impact on cervical cancer? Perhaps the answer depends on whether you ask medical consumers, or government health officials.]
New HPV-vaccine adverse events in Denmark
From HPV Vaccine Info
The Danish Health and Medicines Authority (Sundhedsstyrelsen) published a newsletter this September, where they went through some of the latest adverse events reported after HPV vaccination.
In total there have been reported 269 serious adverse events after HPV vaccination in Denmark, which on the basis of the given doses, is equivalent to 50 serious adverse events per 100,000 vaccinated women. It is a very large part when you compare it with other vaccines, or even hold it up against the risk of dying from cervical cancer, which at the moment are 3.2 out of 100,000 women in Denmark.
Read the entire article here.
Excellent article with extremely relevant information. Just one point: Guillain-Barre is not a rare illness after vaccinations.
Here is Dr. Lawrence B. Palevsky’s plausible explanation: