Chapter 6: HPV - Testing Analysis

If we are going to discuss the short-comings about vaccines, it becomes useful to start by critically evaluating the facts and testing process for the newest licensed vaccines, which right now are the HPV vaccines. The newest vaccine is assumed to have been created and tested using the most modern and most technologically advanced medical science.

IF through a critical evaluation we discover any flaws or inadequacies in the newest vaccine's testing or function, then it also becomes...

The HPV vaccine was tested differently from most vaccines. It measured how protective the vaccine is against HPV infection. Most effectiveness trials measure anti-bodies only, they don't measure protective effects.

The testing proved that in the 16-24 year age group, having vaccine anti-bodies did reduce incidence of specific HPV infections and CIN lesions for a period of time. In your doctors office, and through vaccine marketing, young women hear that HPV vaccination...

Previously, you learned it's critically important to ask, "What types of health outcomes are the focus of vaccine safety clinical trials?" 

The HPV vaccine clinical trials monitored participants for only minor, short term reactions, listed below:

  • Pain

  • Erythema (redness of the skin)

  • Swelling

  • Rash

  • Urticaria (hives)

  • Pruritus (undesirable feeling on skin, which provokes desire to scratch)

  • Hematoma (collection of blood outside of the blood vessel - bruise)

  • ...

Slate wrote a concerning article titled, "What the Gardasil Trials May Have Missed." The article followed an eight month investigation, and stated.

...Experts I talked to were baffled by the way Merck handled safety data in its trials. According to Dr. Yoon Loke, a professor at the University of East Anglia who studies side effects, letting investigators judge whether adverse events should be reported is “not a very safe method of doing things, because it allows bias to creep in"... Of the s...

What if the HPV vaccination causes infertility, or cancer? Would you get vaccinated?

Dr. Little examined how fertility was studied following vaccination. In her lecture she expressed her shock at how poorly rat fertility was tested and measured. Human fertility was not tested at all. And the follow-up safety studies, which looked at nearly 200,000 vaccinated individuals, we're completely deficient in their methodologies for evaluating reproductive effects.

Recently, an economist named Gayle DeLong...

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In essence, society’s attention has become focused on vaccination, focused solely on this health treatment. But TREATMENT is not what creates health, treatment is what changes or manages a persons’ symptoms of poor health. Instead of focusing solely on the treatment, there needs to be a shift. We need to evaluate the treatment in the context of the whole - what is working about the treatment? What needs improving? What is failing completely? How does the treatment affect evolution of the species? And how can health be supported moving forward so that the treatment is no longer needed?
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