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Could the HPV vaccine be a lie?

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Posted: Monday, November 18, 2013 5:00 am | Updated: 2:15 pm, Thu Dec 12, 2013.

Have you ever heard of the Gardisil or Cervarix vaccines?  Health professionals recommend that all males and females between the ages of 15 and 26 should take this vaccine to prevent the contraction of the human papillomavirus.  

Recently, people have been buzzing about the legitimacy of the vaccine – is it necessary or is it a scam?  In June, SouthWeb news shared that the lead developer of the vaccine, Dr. Diane Harper, admitted that it is excessive. Her announcement at a conference came during her speech that was meant to promote the vaccine, and the truth is now out. If it’s not too late, avoid the HPV vaccine that is highly recommended by physicians.

NOT AS FRIGHTENING AS IT SOUNDS 

What is HPV?  It sounds frightening, but studies have shown that it is actually the opposite. HPV is the most common sexual transmitted infection and can cause many health problems that include genital warts, recurrent respiratory papillomatosis (warts in the throat), cervical cancer and other less common genital cancers.  Though these problems appear to be potentially threatening to one’s health, they are rare.

In Dr. Harper’s presentation, she explained that 70 percent of all HPV infections heal themselves in a year, and this rate rises to more than 90 percent in two years. Though there are normally no symptoms, about 98 percent of cases clear themselves, and the few cases that do have a chance of developing precancerous cells can lead to cervical cancer.  The real concern is that this vaccine has likely caused 44 deaths. It has also been tied to side effects that include Guillian Barre Syndrome – paralysis that lasts for years, lupus, seizures, blood clots and brain inflammation. 

Furthermore, studies have proven that although the vaccine is marketed to prevent cancer, there is no evidence that it does. The vaccine, in fact, will harm its users more than it will help them. Based on information released from the Food and Drug Administration, the vaccination can increase the risk of developing precancerous cells by 44.6 percent in some women. As young women and men, we are better off disobeying our doctor’s recommendations to take the vaccine.  

Before pointing fingers at Dr. Harper, it should also be considered that the FDA has been aware for the past several years of the non-existent link between HPV and cervical cancer. In the end, Dr. Harper and the FDA benefit from the profits made through this vaccine. Our health has been put at stake for the benefit of everyone involved in this enormous health fraud. Instead of turning to chemically made medications, it is safer to use natural health redemptions. The human body was never meant to survive on processed products, as proven by our hunter-gatherer ancestors who displayed longevity and good health. Similar lifestyles and life choices can increase our longevity and keep us away from situations like Dr. Harper’s fraudulent vaccine.

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