[SaneVax: Are Gardasil and Cervarix good front-line defenses against cervical cancer, or simply an expensive addition to an already proven safe and effective means of cervical cancer control? Mahatma Gandhi once said:
An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it.
When it comes to HPV vaccines, perhaps the time has come to quit listening to those who are speaking the loudest and begin to look at the evidence.]
Scientists Point Out Corruption in Vaccine’s Promotion
By Heidi Stevenson
Researchers are speaking out about the corruption in science with regard to vaccines. Certainly, they’re in the minority, but their expertise and solid evidence for their claims are resulting in both their studies and their concerns being published in medical journals.
The arena of vaccination, which has been adversely affecting so many children, is now a centerpoint for documenting how Big Pharma has taken over so much of science, resulting in outright fraud that’s used to promote their products. Scientists Lucija Tomljenovic, Christopher A. Shaw, Judy Wilyman, Eva Vanamee, and Toni Bark use the example of Merck’s Gardasil, a human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine, to demonstrate the point that HPV vaccine activism is not based on science, but instead on misrepresentations of science.
In a letter signed by all five of these scientists, they point out several flaws in the claims that Merck’s Gardasil and Pfizer’s Cervarix make to sell their vaccines:
- HPV vaccines have never been shown to prevent cervical cancer.
- The end-points used in the studies are based on infections and lesions that usually heal without help, so how can they demonstrate efficacy in preventing cancer several years later?
- The trials are biased to produce false negatives and therefore cannot accurately estimate the risk of developing cancer.
- Passive methods of recording adverse effects cannot accurately reflect how prevalent they are.
- Accurate estimates of the actual frequency of HPV vaccine adverse effects cannot be made when such effects are automatically dismissed as unrelated to the vaccine.
- Women are not informed that, in some instances, the HPV vaccines may increase the rate at which existing abnormalities develop, thus causing the cancer from which they’re supposedly being protected.
- When information about HPV vaccine risks and limitations are not provided, women cannot possibly make informed decisions about whether to have the vaccine.
- Health regulators are making decisions based on information provided by the same corporations that hope to profit from them. How can they possibly make rational decisions on such limited and biased information?
Read the entire article here.