Gardasil Under Fire

Urgent Health Update:

If I were an individual having a potential health problem and read this article below, it certainly would give me a place to start expanding my education in how I would take action with my health. Sometimes we just do not know where to begin, but a write-up like this helps me to think in a forward motion.

This is a JUDICIAL WATCH Update ….

“Gardasil Under Fire …

For more than two years, Judicial Watch has led the way in raising questions about Gardasil, the vaccine approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in June 2006 to prevent certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV) which may lead to cervical cancer.

We tracked adverse reaction reports from the FDA documenting the dangerous and deadly side effects of the vaccine and we have published this information for the world to see. Check out a special report we produced earlier this summer entitled, “Examining the FDA’s HPV Vaccine Records,” and a lawsuit we filed against the Food and Drug Administration to obtain more information. Our report not only focused on questions about Gardasil’s safety, but also questions about its efficacy. The report concluded that Gardasil was a vaccine that may not work and which has potential serious (deadly) side effects.

So after millions in advertising and lobbying by Merck, the creator of Gardasil, our concerns have been confirmed. The news this week is that researchers haven’t a clue as to whether or not Gardasil even works!

The New York Times had the story this week. Here’s an excerpt:

“Two vaccines against cervical cancer are being widely used without sufficient evidence about whether they are worth their high cost or even whether they will effectively stop women from getting the disease, two articles in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine conclude.

“Both vaccines target the human papillomavirus, a common sexually transmitted virus that usually causes no symptoms and is cleared by the immune system, but which can in very rare cases become chronic and cause cervical cancer.

“‘Despite great expectations and promising results of clinical trials, we still lack sufficient evidence of an effective vaccine against cervical cancer,’ Dr. Charlotte J. Haug, editor of The Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association, wrote in an editorial in Thursday’s issue of The New England Journal. ‘With so many essential questions still unanswered, there is good reason to be cautious.'”

Talk about an understatement! The article also goes on to note that because cervical cancer develops only after years of chronic infection with HPV, researchers really have no idea if the vaccine even prevents cervical cancer.

Here’s what we do know. The FDA has documented at least 8,864 adverse reactions associated with the vaccine, including seizures, paralysis, blood clots and hemorrhaging. And as many as 18 young girls died after the vaccine was administered to them. (Click here for the full details.)

We hope federal and local governments pushing this vaccine educate themselves and pull back from pushing this evidently dangerous, expensive and perhaps useless vaccine on our children.”

Here’s to your Health!

~ Tazz

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  1. Gardasil is useless,it may actually harm some girls,these adverse reactions are horrifying!!! Our government has (deliberately) strayed from the founding fathers,big time! They (our government) has purposely passed laws that knowingly violate the right to privacy (Which just barely exists anymore) because they don’t care and believe EVERYTHING is their business. It’s government intruding into personal lives,and that’s NOT ok! It all comes down to power and money. WHAT ON EARTH HAS HAPPENED TO “THE LAND OF THE FREE”?!?!?!?!?!?!?! I THOUGHT WE WERE SUPPOSED TO BE FREE OF COMMUNISM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Mary, we thank you for your comments.

    WAKING UP is not necessarily easy to do. Somehow many believe that whatever is written about health care is the truth. One really really needs to investigate before adventuring into areas that could be more than dangerous to one’s health.

    When the information about your health is delivered, we are usually within the arms length of our physician. If possible, taking at least a day or two before making decisions that could be more than detrimental to our health … is something we owe to ourselves. Yes we should be caring for ourselves as if we were caring about our child or loved one. Investigating before leaping into the unknown is a smart protocol. Get help in looking at your decisions—ask for someone else’s opinion.

  3. I just received an email called: Good Advice From Lots of Folks
    One of the pieces of advice was …

    “The Doctor of the Future will give no medicine, but will
    interest his patients in the Care of the Human frame,
    in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
    -Thomas Edison

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