THE JEENYUS CORNER
Guarantees. Insurance. Promises. Concerns over safety, security, and health make most people apprehensive about the future on some level. Guarding against future unknowns has become a big part of the American economy. You can get a warranty on almost anything with a battery, take out insurance on many more things than your grandparents would have dreamed of, and the medical industry is working around the clock to develop new drugs and vaccines to ‘protect’ us from whatever trending epidemic is in the news.
One fairly recent, major medical controversy that seemed, strangely, to have no trending epidemic, is the HPV vaccine for cervical cancer. The blatant profit-mongering behind the development of the premiere vaccine, Gardasil, was transparent enough that it served to further inflame the ongoing vaccination controversies to a point that the media could no longer fail to report on it.
The politics and profits involved in the medical industry, the pharmaceutical industry, and the media industry become more obvious and prevalent every day. Before taking any pharmaceutical product, you should take ownership of your own health. Conduct your own research on the ingredients and side-effects. Find out where your doctor gets his information. Many of them are paid to promote specific pharmaceutical products. Others simply get their information from sources they trust such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Still, others are told by their legal departments not to speak out.
Facts you probably don’t know about HPV and Gardasil
In August, the Health Ranger interviewed neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock, M.D. on tv.naturalnews.com. Dr. Blaylock shared some little known facts about the human papillomavirus (HPV) and the quick development of a vaccine to address it. Dr. Blaylock says the vaccine is “predicated on an absolute lie.”
Some empowering facts you may not know about the human papillomavirus and Gardasil:
1. First, the basis is wrong. HPV by itself does not cause cervical cancer. Evidence shows it takes a combination, or co-infections – multiple viruses or virus/bacteria combinations to cause cervical cancer. Examples include Epstein Bar virus, HIV, and Chlamydia, along with HPV.
2. Birth control pills and other hormonal drugs also increase the risk of HPV.
3. It has never been proven that the HPV vaccine prevents cervical cancer. There is no scientific evidence of any kind.
4. There are over 100 strains of HPV, only about 15 of which can contribute to cervical cancer.
5. HPV vaccines only include two to four strains, leaving you open to more than two-thirds of the dangerous strains. You will still need to get routine screenings for cervical cancer.
6. You don’t change or reduce the incidence of cancer by receiving the vaccine. Studies show that the human immune system develops resistance to the strains given in the vaccine, allowing others to become predominant.
7. The CDC website states that the human body’s immune system clears HPV within two years, 90 percent of the time (70 percent in one year). Without the vaccine.
8. One of the most powerful connections proven to increase the risk of cervical cancer is smoking. Women who smoke have 2.3 times higher incidence of the precancerous lesions that lead to cervical cancer.
9. Diet is key. A poor diet increases risk while a diet that includes high amounts of vitamin B12 and folic acid have a 79 percent reduction in HPV infections and cervical cancer. Vitamin C, curcumin, quercetin, and other flavonoids are powerful inhibitors against cervical cancer.
10. Dietary combinations have been proven to have far greater effect against HPV than any vaccine.
11. All the marketing assertions are false. It is one of the largest, most harmful medical hoaxes of our time.
12. Officially, the vaccine has been associated with approximately 100 deaths, and 500 have been left permanently disabled.
13. Those numbers are based on voluntary reporting, which historically means only two to ten percent of cases are represented. The vast majority of cases are never reported. So, conservatively, 5,000 young girls and women have been harmed by the vaccine.
14. Cervical cancer is one of the rarest cancers in the U. S., with 12,000 cases reported per year and 4,000 deaths.
15. The number of girls and women that experience serious complications from the vaccine meets or exceeds the number of deaths.
- Basic Health International Announces Launch of Innovative HPV-based Cervical Cancer Prevention Program (prweb.com)
- HPV vaccine recommended for boys now, too (krem.com)
- Stemming Cervical Cancer – European Agency Calls For More HPV Vaccinations (freeinternetpress.com)
- Cervical cancer and pre-cancer cervical growths require single HPV protein (medicalxpress.com)
- HPV vaccine recommended for boys now, too (king5.com)
- ‘Everyone is at risk’ (opinion.inquirer.net)
- Cervical cancer prevention gets sexy (mumbrella.com.au)
- Judy Wilyman: What price a life? (luckylosing.com)
- Too Few Girls Get HPV Vaccine Against Cancer (nlm.nih.gov)
- 15. 30 stunning facts they don’t want you to know about Gardasil and HPV vaccines (12160.info)