By Bob Unruh
Questions surging about vaccination for sexually transmitted infection.
Just days after arguments over the controversial Gardasil vaccine returned to the nationwide headlines because of the GOP presidential debates, a new report suggests that the documented side effects including rheumatoid arthritis could be the result of contamination in the vaccine.
The report comes from Investigate Hers magazine, a New Zealand publication, which cited the work of a number of analysts and doctors on the topic of the Merck company product’s side effects.
While officials in the United States say there have been only 0.05 percent of individuals who were vaccinated who have reported some kind of side effect, the actual number of those impacted is around 18,000.
There have been several dozen deaths attributed to the vaccine for a disease that is transmitted through sexual activity. Fans of the vaccine say it guards against the Human PapillomaVirus, which they believe is a precursor to cervical cancer.
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Then a testing company, S.A.N.E.VAX, Inc., got samples of Gardasil vaccine with different lot numbers from the U.S. France, Spain, Poland, Australia and New Zealand and tests conducted by Dr. Sin Hang Lee revealed “all the vaccines to contain HPV DNA” of either 11 or 18 HPV types, or both.
The results were not conclusive, however, because “there is no published method available for the detecting and geno-typing of HPV DNA in protein-based vaccines.” Further, the testing developed by Lee was more advanced than other testing, making a “peer review” check unavailable.
The report, however, noted that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had in July of 2011 promised the development of new procedures to “try to identify specific biological process that reflect virus activity, so that FDA scientists can determine if a vaccine substrate is safe to make vaccines on.”
“Because there is no published or authorized impurity test to check Gardasil at the end point, it would appear that neither the FDA nor Merck have any idea that their purification technique to remove the HPV 11 and 18 DNA from the capsids after they are grown on the yeast, has failed,” the report explained.
“In Sydney’s case, acute juvenile rheumatoid arthritis was diagnosed with medical tests, and HPV DNA was found in her blood. Did the immune reaction to the recombinant HPV DNA result in an inflammatory response which produced rheumatoid arthritis?” the report said.
The report said documents regarding Gardasil’s approval for use in New Zealand contend that “Gardasil is not a live virus vaccine and contains no DNA.” The documentation further explains, “There are no live viruses and no cell lines of human or animal origin used in the manufacture of this vaccine.”
But the report suggested that more investigation needs to be done to determine whether the aluminium particles in the vaccine are trackable to any disorders, autoimmunity and chronic inflammation, and whether that is linked to rheumatoid arthritis.
Further, what about the presence of HPV DNA in the vaccine, and does that have any link to autoimmune complications, it asks. Also, are any of the conditions or contents triggers for neurodegenerative disease?