More pushing (and more victims) of the vaccine against human papillomavirus

Miguel Jara

There is an ongoing campaign to expand the controversial human papillomavirus vaccination, PTO. So far, one would only vaccinate young girls, but the European Commission has extended its administration to women up to 45 years. There are some things worth noting. The first is that they used this vaccine and it was recommended for girls who had not initiated sexual intercourse. According to a study of the criteria for preparation, Gardasil, from Merck, if the female was infected there was a 44.6% chance of uterine cancer. Now it seems that they are ignoring this study.

Opinions from the Association of the Affected by the Papillomavirus Vaccine:

"We believe this information cannot be ignored and all women should get Pap tests or other tests before receiving the vaccine to see if they are infected. Otherwise, instead of preventing the hypothetical possibility of uterine cancer, it would increase this possibility by 44.6%."

HPV will affect an estimated 75% to 80% of males and females in their lifetime. For most, HPV clears on its own. But, for others, certain HPV diseases such as cervical, vaginal, and vulvar cancers and genital warts can develop. There is no way to predict who will or won't stay clear of the virus.

Another striking thing is that the title role has changed, while the serious adverse effects of this vaccination are not yet recognized with this preparation occurring worldwide. And this is despite the fact that the product information sheet for this purpose is reported after marketing.

According to the U.S. government VAERS reporting system for adverse reactions caused by vaccines, up to September 2, the statistics for reported deaths and adverse effects caused by the vaccine are: 19,024 Total reports, 28 spontaneous abortions and 81 people died.

HPV vaccines have also been known to cause infertility - whether purposely or inadvertently - this is being heard with ever increasing frequency.

Gardasil contains Polysorbate-80 - which has been linked to infertility in mice. Researchers Gajdova found that administration of Polysorbate-80 decreased the weight of the uterus and ovaries, and caused chronic estrogenic stimulation. The ovaries of the mice were also without corpora lutea (a mass of progesterone-secreting endocrine tissue that forms immediately after ovulation) and had degenerative follicles.

So what might the effects of Polysorbate-80 be on pre-adolescent girls and pregnant women?

More info: The book The Health is coming. New diseases and the marketing of fear has a chapter on the marketing campaign of fear used to sell this vaccine.

Ed. Note: So what is this, a corporate covert attempt at population control via forced sterilization and introducing dangerous agents into the body of potentially fertile women in the future?

Translated from Spanish by:

Lisa Karpova

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