Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed
By Helen Lobato
According to SaneVax, a website run by an international group of concerned individuals, over fifty thousand adverse events have been reported for the Gardasil vaccine. According to the National Vaccine Information Center, which cites sources that include the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), only one to ten percent of adverse events are reported at all. And according to Dr. Suzanne Humphries, most doctors don’t even know that there is a system for reporting vaccine adverse events, and very few of those who do know use it. According to simple common sense, Gardasil should not be on the market, much less mandated. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), none of that matters.
If that sounds a little crazy, that’s nothing. Adverse events related to Gardasil include minor things like facial paralysis, seizures, strokes, multiple sclerosis, lupus and death. Three hundred and fifteen deaths have been reported—but if these represent only one to ten percent of all Gardasil-related deaths, you do the math. Did they not do any safety testing? Yes, they did, for very short periods of time—not long enough to prove anything. The placebo contained aluminum, a known neurotoxin. So after comparing the vaccine to another toxic substance, they found no significant difference in adverse effects. Of course, that means everything is fine, right?
The pharmaceutical and medical industries tell us that Gardasil protects against cervical cancer. We are also told cervical cancer is caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). How do they know HPV causes cervical cancer? That’s a good question. According to the World Health Organization, 90 percent of HPV infections have no symptoms and clear up by themselves. Only one person in ten thousand with HPV goes on to develop cancer. Cervical cancer rates in developed countries were steadily dropping long before there was a vaccine. So, tell me again: How do they know HPV causes cervical cancer?
Even if HPV does cause cervical cancer, how do they know the vaccine works against HPV? Well, they developed this vaccine using HPV…oh, wait a minute. It’s impossible to create HPV in the lab. So how did they develop this vaccine? They genetically engineered bits and pieces of the virus and made the assumption that these virus-like particles collectively and accurately simulate the real virus. How did they prove that assumption? They didn’t. In fact, Diane Harper, one of the developers of Gardasil, said, “The rate of serious adverse events (from Gardasil) is on par with the death rate of cervical cancer. Gardasil has been associated with at least as many serious adverse events as there are deaths from cervical cancer developing each year.”
Dr. Kelly Brogan observes, “Every day in my office, I have women expressing poignant remorse, shame and rage because they trusted their Pharma-pushing doctor instead of trusting themselves, trusting in the inherent potential of the body to be well, to heal, to surmount seeming obstacles. No cohort of women are more lionized than those who have lost their daughters to a vaccine promoted to save them from a disease they were never going to get.”
Attempts to raise public awareness have been stonewalled. It shouldn’t be a big surprise that the yapping jackals of big-pharma-controlled media are not much help here. Helen Lobato presents an alternative theory of what causes cervical cancer at the end of this book. It involves some long words but still makes more sense to me than the theory that we are all vaccine-deficient. My thumb is UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly magazine of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Winter 2017.