Dec
07

Gardasil Vaccine – Is It Safe For Our Daughters?

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Should I Allow My Daughter To Have The Gardisil VaccineThere is a great deal of controversy surrounding the cervical cancer vaccines, Cervarix and Gardasil. It is just so difficult for parents to make an informed decision. Drug companies are promising us that they are safe and doctors make us feel like we are bad parents if we don’t go ahead and vaccinate.

I want to present you with some information that might help you make an informed decision.

Side effects

If you were told that some of the side effects of Gardasil or Cervarix were dizziness, seizures, paralysis, loss of consciousness, vision loss, delusions, ruptured ovarian cysts, enlarged liver, muscle pain, heart arrhythmia, lupus, Bell’s Palsy, kidney impairment, migraine and many others, even sudden death, would you allow your daughter to have this vaccine?………….

………….and Gardasil (like Cervarix) only protects against SOME of the HPV strains that they say can cause cervical cancer anyway! Is it really worth the risk?

Gardasil is coming to the UK!

Guess what…….as of September 2012 Gardasil is coming to a doctors surgery or school near you! The UK Government have decided to switch from Cervarix to Gardasil.

Gardasil (manufactured by Merck) has been the vaccine of choice in America after it was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in 2006, and has since been used as a vaccine against the sexually transmitted Human papillomavirus (HPV). Gardasil targets four strains of HPV — two responsible for cervical cancer and two causing the less serious condition of genital warts, while Cervarix protects against only two of the HPV strains.

There are thousands of once healthy young girls in Amercia who have become very ill after receiving the Gardasil vaccine. Some have permanent debilitating conditions. 68 of them have lost their lives! Not many in the whole scheme of things in the medical world but what if one of them was your daughter?

Does HPV even cause cancer?

Dr. Christian Fiala, a general practitioner from Vienna, Austria, told WorldNetDaily (WND) in a recent report that Merck’s Gardasil does not actually work to prevent cervical cancer, and that it is not safe. Dr. Fiala said, “There is no proof of a causal relationship of HPV (human papillomavirus) and cervical cancer, and there is no evidence that HPV vaccine reduces the overall number of cervical cancer (cases).”

Read the NHS factsheet on HPV here: http://www.cancerscreening.nhs.uk/cervical/fact-sheet-hpv-testing-english.pdf

The vaccine is contaminated!

Recently SANE Vax announced that Dr. Sin Hang Lee, a pathologist at the Milford Hospital pathology laboratory, well-known for using cutting-edge DNA sequencing for molecular diagnoses, was contracted to examine a single sample of Gardasil for possible contamination. According to the Sane Vax team this sample tested POSITIVE for recombinant HPV-11 and HPV-18 residues, both of which were firmly attached to the aluminium adjuvant.

You can read more about it here: http://vactruth.com/2011/10/17/no-scientific-evidence-no-proof/

Wow! So what’s the point really?

The drug companies argue that the suffering of a few thousand teenage girls is worth it to save millions from cervical cancer………..but what if one of those thousands was your daughter? What if the vaccine doesn’t save millions from cervical cancer because it is not even treating the cause?

We are filling our precious children full of toxins and who knows what the effect of this will be as they get older?.

What’s the answer?

If you are concerned about HPV, then apart from abstaining from sex, even with a same sex partner, you should have an HPV test.

The HPV test will be part of the NHS routine smear test in the UK within the next year. It’s now being rolled out across the country.

Is Gardasil safe to give to your daughter? That’s up to you to decide.

I decided against having my daughter vaccinated after doing my research.

Watch the informative video below, ask you doctor questions and then decide. Don’t be pushed into anything you don’t feel comfortable about doing!


I would love to hear your comments below. Or please let me know if you have any questions or problems.

With love and light,

Cathy x

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Comments

  1. Caitlyn says:

    I’m from the U.S. and will not (ever) be allowing my children to be vaccinated against HPV. I’m so glad to see you’re research supports my own beliefs, *chuckle*. In all seriousness though, I truly hope (and wish) parents will research before vaccinating , and not just when it comes to this vaccine…

    • Thanks for stopping by Caitlyn.

      I agree with you, research is vital when it comes to our families health. That is the only way we can make an informed decision.

      With love,

      Cathy

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