Gardasil – Cancer Preventive or Cancer Cause?
Gardasil®, Merck's “Cervical Cancer Vaccine”, released in 2006 has received multiple attacks:
The FDA licensed Gardasil without a single case of cervical cancer being prevented.
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) alone is insufficient to cause cancer.
Cervical cancer is almost 100% preventable by making simple lifestyle choices of good dietand avoiding toxic chemicals.
Cervical cancer tumors that contain HPV are easier to cure than tumors not containing HPV.
Gardasil may actually increase cancers, both cervical and otherwise.
The percentage of recipients who experience adverse reactions to Gardasil is higher thanfor other vaccines.
A lead researcher in the development of the HPV vaccine has opposed giving the vaccine toyoung girls.
Gardasil's use encourages promiscuity.
FDA approval required no evidence of effectiveness.
The April 2006 internet issue of
states,“When Cancer Monthly began looking at the research thatenabled this "cervical cancer vaccine" to receive FDA approvalwe were astounded to find that this approval was not based onthe vaccine's actual prevention of cervical cancer. Instead asurrogate was used - precancerous lesions.” Yet withoutpreventing a single case of cervical cancer, Merck had theaudacity to claim the vaccine was 100% effective against the strains of HPV that Gardasil targets.
What really causes cervical cancer
?At current incidence rates, if one exposes 200 women to HPV, 199 will clear the virus from theirsystem quickly with no problems. Why does the 200
woman develop cancer, usually decadeslater? Typically, cervical cancer exists in tissue with high levels of toxic chemistry and low levelsof immune system enhancing nutrients. So the true cause of cervical cancer is not HP virus butinstead is
malnutrition aggravated by poisons
. The poisons typically come from heavytobacco use and/or the use of oral contraceptives.
(2), points out, 'Dr. ElizabethUnger of the Centers for Disease Control stated, "So it is believed that infection alone isinsufficient to cause cancer, and additional factors are required for neoplasia. ...”
What is the preventive for cervical cancer?
Given that the cause is
malnutrition aggravated by poisons,
it follows with certainty that
virtually 100% of cervical cancer is preventable by eating more fruits and vegetables,rejecting junk food and maintaining low levels of toxic exposure for the body.
Logically,no ingredient of the vaccine can substitute for a healthy lifestyle. No young girl should be made tofeel that her only choices are celibacy, unproven and harmful vaccinations or cancer.
Does it make sense to target a virus which does not cause cancer?
Again, according to Cancer Monthly (3), 'In fact, according to the text
Cancer: Principles & Practiceof Oncology
, "In most studies, HPV status was not a strong independent prognosticator of outcomein cervical cancer patients; however there appears to be a trend for HPV-negative tumors to doworse
those tumors containing HPV DNA tend to be of an early stage and low grade." Thissuggests that if the goal is to reduce deaths from cervical cancer the target should not be HPV atall because the tumors without HPV actually "do worse."' In Merck's pre-licensing trials, recipientsof Gardasil who already had an infection of one of the four vaccine targeted HPV types suffered44.6% HIGHER rates of precancerous indications than those receiving aluminum containing“placebos.”(4) Gardasil has not been tested for cancer causing potential. However, the vaccinecontains aluminum hydroxide which has been used in both human and animal vaccines for manyyears and both cats and dogs have experienced an increased incidence of cancer at their vaccine