The dangers surrounding Merck’s cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil continue to be revealed. In this video, hear one parent’s heartbreaking story of her 14-year-old daughter’s serious side effects to Gardasil, which are now threatening her physical and mental health.
(Watch this video -- 9 minutes 56 seconds)
This video provides an excellent, though tragic, example of why it’s essential to do your homework before submitting yourself or your child to a vaccination.
In the case of Gardasil, which is, according to this video, the world’s first genetically altered vaccine, the evidence stacking up against this vaccine is striking.
As of August 2007, a review of the National Vaccine Information Center revealed the following, quite alarming, statistic about this unnecessary vaccine: 2,207 adverse reactions to Gardasil have been reported. Among them:
5 girls died
31 were considered life-threatening
1,385 required a visit to the emergency room
451 of the girls have not recovered as of July 2007
51 of the girls were disabled
This vaccine is also the most expensive vaccine on the market, so you can follow the money trail to find out why Merck is now trying to push this cervical cancer vaccine on boys!
Getting the Facts About HPV
Health care officials and the media are portraying Gardasil as the long-awaited cure for cervical cancer, and they’re telling people that the side effects are minimal.
However, the side effects of this brand-new vaccine are just beginning to surface, and as time goes by, their severity seems to be increasing.
Further, while cervical cancer is a serious issue, it is not the epidemic that the media is portraying it to be.
Of the more than 6 million cases of HPV that occur each year, about 90 percent of them clear up on their own within two years. If you eat right, exercise, and keep stress in your life under control, your immune system should be healthy enough to clear up HPV. Secondly, the vaccine is not fool-proof. You can still get "non-vaccine" types of HPV even if you get vaccinated.
Finally, remember that HPV is a sexually transmitted disease, which means that it is nearly 100 percent avoidable by modifying your lifestyle habits.
If you have friends of family members who are considering the Gardasil vaccine for their daughter (or son), please forward this video to them so they can make an informed decision.
Dr. Joseph Mercola