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HPV vaccination: a thalidomide-type scandal

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2017/09/17

I’ve posted a number of times about the lack of proof that HPV causes cervical cancer and that the anti-HPV vaccines are being touted widely by officialdom as well as manufacturers even though the vaccines have been associated with an unusually high number of adverse reactions, some of them very severe, literally disabling.

Long-time medical journalist and producer of award-winning documentaries, Joan Shenton, has just made available the first of a projected trilogy, Sacrificial Virgins, about the dangers of anti-HPV vaccines: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAzcMHaBvLs&feature=youtu.be

The website, WHAT DOCTORS WON’T TELL YOU, comments in this way: “HPV vaccine ‘a second thalidomide scandal’, says new YouTube documentary”

 

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2 Responses to “HPV vaccination: a thalidomide-type scandal”

  1. dpy6629 said

    This video looks to me like its pretty much science free. Anecdotal evidence of girls who suffered adverse conditions after receiving the vaccine is not science, unless I missed something. And the “sacrificial virgins” theme is just emotional claptrap.

    • Henry Bauer said

      dpy6629:
      The film has gynecologist Dr Christian Fiala as one expert; and data showing how many more reports there are of adverse events from anti-HPV vaccine than any of the common older vaccines (measles etc.).
      And of course there is no evidence at all that the vaccine decreases the incidence of cervical cancer, nor that HPV causes cervical cancer: association does not mean causation, especially when the association is not with “HPV” but with a few strains of HPV (less than a quarter of them).
      The push for vaccination against HPV is just commercially inspired claptrap.

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