FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TruthAboutGardasil.org Free-Press-Release.com February 7, 2011 — When even one of the developers of a vaccine recognizes and discloses its dangers and limitations, shouldn’t the FDA and CDC listen? Truth About Gardasil recently had the opportunity to discuss Gardasil®, the HPV vaccine manufactured by Merck Pharmaceuticals, with one of its lead developers, Dr. […]
Critical Care 2011, 15:R47doi:10.1186/cc10010 Published: 3 February 2011 Tarek Sharshar , Sylvie Bastuji-Garin , Andrea Polito , Bernard De Jonghe , Robert D Stevens , Virginie Maxime , Pablo Rodriguez , Charles Cerf , Herve Outin , Philippe Touraine , Kathleen Laborde and The Groupe de Reflexion et dEtude des Neuromyopathies En Reanimation Abstract (provisional) Introduction The […]
CNN News By Lynne Peeples, Health.com February 3, 2011 6:11 a.m. EST (Health.com) — Boys and young men who receive the human papillomavirus vaccine appear to be at reduced risk of contracting the virus and developing the genital warts associated with the common sexually transmitted disease, according to a large international study published this week […]
Vaccine Truth By Christina England | January 22nd, 2011 When a drug or a vaccine is approved for testing on humans we naturally expect all the paperwork to be thoroughly checked. We assume that background checks have been made and the doctors involved will have had their credentials investigated. To ensure that this task is undertaken […]
Gardasil for Back Door Sex? I’m Still Uncomfortable
Posted by Julie Ryan Evans
on January 19, 2011 at 2:55 PM
Gardasil, the controversial vaccine that’s touted to protect against the human papillomavirus (HPV), was recently approved to prevent anal cancer. Because, you know, the back door method and all …
It’s already being used to prevent cancer in the standard lady parts (cervix, vulva, and vagina) and to stop vaginal warts for both men and women. So, the fact that Gardasil adds another cancer to its score card seems great on the surface, right?
But when you look closely at this vaccine and what it does, it leaves many questions as to whether it does more harm than good, and if promoting more of its powers is wise before safety concerns are quelled.