By Norma Erickson
Medical consumers worldwide are currently experiencing an epidemic of medical fraud perpetrated by pharmaceutical companies, the FDA and the CDC. These same consumers now feel abandoned by the U.S. Supreme Court. When will they say enough is enough?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRLog (Press Release) – Feb 25, 2011– When it comes to cervical cancer prevention, HPV shots are not vaccines. Why then, are they classified as such by the FDA and the CDC, both divisions of the United States Department of Health and Human Services?
According to the definition, published by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, a vaccine is “a product of a weakened or killed microorganism (bacteria or virus) given for the prevention or treatment of an infectious disease.” (visit CDC National Vaccine Program for details).
Infectious diseases are also known as communicable diseases or transmissible diseases which present clinically evident illnesses resulting from the infection, presence, and growth of pathogenic biological agents in an individual host organism. The infectiousness of a disease indicates the comparative ease with which the disease is transmitted to other hosts. An infection is not synonymous with an infectious disease. Everyone knows cancer is not an infectious disease. You cannot ‘catch’ cancer from someone else. Therefore, it is not an infectious disease.
By the HHS definition, any injection given to protect against cancer of any type, just like a drug administered to prevent prostate cancer or to prevent heart attack, is not a vaccine.
Now, take a look at this definition, published in a document entitled, FDA 101: Health Fraud Awareness:“Health fraud is the deceptive sale or advertising of products that claim to be effective against medical conditions or otherwise beneficial to health, but which have not been proven safe and effective for those purposes.” (visit FDA: Medication Health Fraud for details)
HPV vaccines have not been proven clinically effective against anything other than perhaps genital warts, and (according to the NCI) the ‘not a true biologic entity’ self-reversing CIN 1 lesions, and often self reversing CIN 2 lesions. Not a single case of cervical cancer was included in any of the clinical trials. (visit https://sanevax.org/pdf/191010%20FDA%20Commissioner.pdf for details)
Because cancer takes so long to develop (15-20 years), it will be years before anyone can even begin to claim HPV vaccines actually make an impact on cervical cancer rates.
According to the FDA, the last criterion for health fraud is the advertising or sale of a product not proven safe for the intended purposes. Limited as the VAERS system is, the numbers still speak for themselves. Following HPV vaccination: 21,292 reports of adverse events, 2092 hospitalizations, 8617 emergency room visits, 4346 people who did not recover from adverse events, 689 disabled and 93 deaths. So much for proven safe.
The SaneVax Team and medical consumers around the world want to know why HPV shots got the designation of vaccine in the first place. The only benefit to calling HPV shots ‘cancer vaccines’ is to use the word CANCER to scare consumers into submission and limit manufacturer liability for injuries caused by their products.
The FDA and CDC should not be able to ignore the definition of vaccine while HPV shots are being falsely marketed as ‘cancer vaccines.’
The SaneVax Team and medical consumers around the world want to know why by their own definitions the FDA, CDC, and pharmaceutical companies are apparently allowed to commit health fraud on a global scale with impunity.
The Supreme Court of the United States just demonstrated, in no uncertain terms they have no interest in protecting medical consumers. Consequently, worldwide medical consumers are left relying on their elected officials. Let’s hope enough of them have the moral character to do the right thing.
If not, medical consumers are left to their own devices. Educate yourself. Do at least as much research as you would do before you purchase a house, or car. Make sure your medical provider knows that if a vaccine, treatment or medication is not safe, affordable, necessary and effective—you do not want it.
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