Skeptic raises an alarm about HPV vaccinations

By what Orwellian logic can health officials promote the human-papillomavirus vaccine as “safe and effective” given: Gardasil trials used a noninert aluminum placebo, skewing the results; the product monograph itself states “Gardasil has not been evaluated for potential to cause carcinogenicity or genotoxicity”; and numerous reports of serious reactions and fatalities have flooded the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System following the administration of Gardasil [Letters, November 22-29].

To dismiss the transformation of far too many healthy young women into HPV-vaccine victims is to victimize the voiceless twice. Cervical cancer, which primarily affects middle-aged, not younger, women, is not the result of a vaccine deficiency. As critics have pointed out, addressing certain precancerous lesions is not proof that the vaccine will actually prevent cervical cancer itself.

Cancer Monthly reported that in Food and Drug Administration discussions, Dr. Elizabeth Unger of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated, “It’s believed that (HPV) infection alone is insufficient to cause cancer and additional factors are required.” Preventive measures, including a diet rich in folic acid and selenium, make far more sense than injecting toxic ingredients that may have serious long-term implications. Even key HPV-vaccine researcher Diane Harper once made the startling admission, “Giving it to 11-year-old girls is a great big public experiment.”

> Rukshana Enjjineer / Vancouver



William Jamison

Nov 29, 2012 at 11:27am

Rukshana Enjjineer writes that a " rich in folic acid and selenium..." makes far more sense than (being immunized with a vaccine that has been proven to be safe and effective in preventing cervical and other cancers).

Nothing could be further from the truth. Is Ms Enjjineer a medical professional? Why is she dispensing medical advice? Has "...a diet rich in folic acid and selenium..." been shown in placebo-controlled clinical studies to prevent cervical cancer?

The answer is no, and the reader ignores that simple fact at her peril.

Dee Nicholson

Nov 29, 2012 at 4:12pm

Apparently, Mr. Jamison needs to read more carefully, because he missed the fact that this was a quote from Dr. Elizabeth Unger of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, not a statement by Ms. Enjjineer. So yes, it was a medical professional speaking. As a health freedom activist, I could point out many, many other medical professionals who agree with that statement. Furthermore, Mr. Jamison is apparently ignorant of the numbers of young women paralyzed or even killed by this vaccine, and ought to investigate before he slams what he didn't read carefully enough even to know what he was talking about.
If more people took the initiative to find out what is being pumped into their bloodstream at the end of a needle, fewer people would be damaged by largely untested, unnecessary, useless, and dangerous toxic chemicals.
Do your research, people, it can save your life.

Mavis Y.

Nov 29, 2012 at 7:38pm

WJ comments that the vaccine has been proven to be safe. Hmm...
that's little comfort to the inordinate number of girls who've suffered
strokes, neurological problems etc. following the Gardasil shot.

As for effective, well I guess those who've died following the HPV
vaccine - no small number now - definitely won't be getting cervical

Seems to me that WJ subscribes to blind medical worship - ( in this case of bad science) - to his peril.


Nov 30, 2012 at 12:48am

Must watch documentary about vaccines including Gardasil.

Lethal Injection: The Story Of Vaccination

I didn't have an opinion one way or the other on vaccines before watching the film but I certainly learned a lot from watching it and urge you to watch it for yourself.

Mindano Iha

Nov 30, 2012 at 1:23pm

There are too many unanswered questions regarding Gardasil. It is incredible that the manufacturer Merck and other promoters know so little about the vaccine. Here's a list of what they cannot answer. (Warning may be ignored, the VacTruth link is safe):

Question everything

Nov 30, 2012 at 10:12pm

Thanks for this link Mindano. There are a lot of troubling points raised here. Bet 99.99% of doctors are ignorant about these matters, too. Scarey.


Dec 1, 2012 at 7:58am

Mr. Jamison displays his ignorance with great arrogance – as do so many who have swallowed the “vaccine mantra” as gospel truth. Had he done his research, he would have found that there are NO scientific clinical studies that show that Gardasil prevents cervical cancer. The time frame for the development of cervical cancer in these young girls is years, and has not yet elapsed to permit such definitive positive conclusions. So once again we have "Science by Declaration", now a seemingly persistent, repetitive policy in “vaccine science”. However we do know that several women have developed cervical cancer soon following this supposed “preventive” vaccination.
Had he also researched the ingredients of Gardasil, he would have found that it contains several ingredients that have been shown to impair reproductivity in lab animals. And many of its ingredients are known to be severe metabolic disruptors.
Ingredients: Aluminum 225mcg -a known neurotoxin
Sodium Borate " 35mcg - is listed as a dangerous poison - toxic for reproduction category 1B under the CLP Regulations. Substances and mixtures imported into the EU which contain Borax are now required to be labelled with the warnings "May damage fertility" and "May damage the unborn child".[
Polysorbate 80 50mcg injected into prepubescent rats caused a rapid growth of REPRODUCTIVE organs, but growth was ABNORMAL and the rats were STERILE unable to have offspring. According to the Polysorbate 80 MSDS, it may be a carcinogenic, (cause cancer), as well as a mutagenic, (birth defects).
Gardasil was a "fast-tracked" vaccine, approved on the “Say-So data” of the company that produced it. With at least 100 documented deaths in North America directly attributable to this vaccine, and tens of thousands of girls with their lives destroyed, this is truly a huge mass experiment with an entire generation of young girls serving as human guinea pigs. In India the government stopped the vaccine after the first four deaths. In North America, the pressure is on to also give it to young boys.
Why? Certainly not to prevent cervical cancer.
However knowing that Polysorbate 80 destroys healthy reproductive capacity, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to predict the sequel of sperm damage in boys. It also remains to be seen how many of these Gardasil-vaccinated girls found to suffer reproductive dysfunction.
Does Mr. Wilkinson still think that those who choose NOT to take the Gardasil Vaccine “do so at their own peril“? Given the evidence of potential harm, with absolutely no established evidence of efficacy, why would anyone risk playing this game of Vaccine Roulette. I suggest he give his head a shake. One thing is certain – there is an agenda that the “authorities” are not telling you about - and this covert agenda is NOT the prevention of disease. Perish the thought that this might be a part of the “population reduction agenda.” -
You can bet your bottom dollar that the daughters and sons of Elite Families do not take this Gardasil Vaccine series - and they know WHY.


Dec 3, 2012 at 4:44am

we are being ruled by mad men for profit, they can stick there vaccines up there own butts.


Mar 6, 2013 at 7:58pm

If my kids were sexually active at the age of 11, then I reckon them being unvaccinated and maybe catching HPV would be the least of my worries. I'd rather they got HPV anyday of the week then risk any of the adverse effects.