HPV Vaccines Are Not As Effective As They Are Made Out To Be

Of course, this is nothing more than a clever way of “educating” the unwary on why they should trust mainstream medicine’s judgment and blindly roll up their sleeves for whatever vaccines they say. 

Today’s educational genius is about… human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines, like Gardasil and Cervarix.

Drilling down below the sugar-coating 

Recently, the US Centres for Disease Control (CDC) conducted a study to assess the effectiveness of HPV vaccines. The study included subjects vaccinated with Gardasil (Merck’s vaccine) and Cervarix (GlaxoSmithKline’s vaccine). 

The CDC announced the good-news results in a press release with this headline… “New study shows HPV vaccine helping lower HPV infection rates in teen girls.” 

Fantastic! Right? The vaccines work! Our girls (and boys) are safe! 

Well… no. That headline is a bald-faced lie. 

An oncology dietician named Sharlene Bidini analysed the study. With a sharp eye for detail, she uncovered stunning results. They’re right there for anyone to see. But the CDC clearly does not want to highlight them. 

For instance, the study examined HPV test results from more than 8,000 women. Impressive? Not exactly. Some of those women were as old as 59! And less than 10 per cent (only 740) were actually teenagers. 

Suddenly, the results of this large study are turning a bit stale… 

Of those 740 teens, only 358 were sexually active. So for 382 teenagers, HPV testing was irrelevant, because they would not have been exposed to the virus and their likelihood of having HPV was zilch! 

But here’s the real kicker. Among the 358 sexually active teenagers, just 111 received at least one dose of the three- dose vaccine. 

Doctors have given millions of girls these vaccines. And the sample the CDC came up with was barely more than 100? And those didn’t even necessarily complete the whole treatment? 

Just in case you’re keeping score, so far the CDC got everything wrong. 

Ah, but there’s one more kicker… 

Over the study period, occurrence of HPV infection dropped by less than 6 per cent among vaccinated teenagers. In unvaccinated teenagers, HPV dropped by more than 27 per cent. 

And THERE is the real headline: “Unvaccinated girls were safer than vaccinated girls.” 

But of course, the CDC and it’s Big Pharma cronies aren’t going to sell any vaccines with THAT headline.

 

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Sources: 

“New study shows HPV vaccine helping lower HPV infection rates in teen girls” CDC Press Release, 6/19/13, cdc.gov 

“Assessing the Overall Impact of the HPV Vaccine” Sharlene Bidini, RD, CSO, The ONC, 7/1/13, theonc.org 

“Association of Western and Traditional Diets With Depression and Anxiety in Women” American Journal of Psychiatry, Published online ahead of print 1/4/10, ajp.psychiatryonline.org

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