August 22, 2013
The two vaccines currently available to ‘treat’ human papillomavirus (HPV), Gardasil, distributed by Merck & Co., and Cervarix, distributed by GlaxoSmithKline, are ‘useless and dangerous’ according to one of the lead researchers involved in their development.
Back in 2009, Dr. Diane Harper, admitted that the vaccines were likely more dangerous than the disease they were trying to prevent, that is, until Big Pharma companies persuaded her to change her tune. Dr. Harper is a practicing OBGYN, and she has said that “approximately 70% of women who contract HPV are going to clear that all by themselves within the first year, with no help from anyone,” which includes the interference of GlaxoSmithKline and Merck & Co.
Furthermore, within 2-years, she says that 90% of those infections are going to clear all by themselves.
Only 10% of HPV cases progress into a pre-cancerous lesion. While that is still not good news for women who develop this possibility for cancer, the vaccines themselves are likely more harmful than helpful. In Kansas City, a teen recently suffered from significant health problems after receiving the HPV vaccination, but her doctor said that ‘the benefits outweigh the risk of side effects.” Madie Moorman suffered “debilitating migraine headaches, nausea, insomnia and difficulties processing information, something she calls brain chaos.” These are not insignificant side effects considering only 10% of women who contract HPV will never need to worry about it. She also developed lots of food allergies and cannot focus in school anymore.
In one article published by CBS News, Dr. Harper even says, “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.”
Merck & Co. was recently sued by plaintiffs who experienced similar debilitating side effects. Over 230 women suffered complete debilitation after getting a Gardasil vaccination. These side effects ranged from convulsions which were so pronounced and painful that a woman could no longer walk, others suffered miscarriages and anaphylaxis. Despite these obvious and severe problems, HPV vaccinations have been recommended in ‘high-income’ countries, by none other than the World Health Organization.
This post originally appeared at Natural Society.