Even though Concordia University kinesiology professor Genevieve Rail was provided with $270,000 to research the effects of HPV vaccines, it didn’t soften her final conclusions in the least: she recommends halting public use of the vaccines immediately. Over the past ten years, HPV (human papillomavirus) has been identified as a major cause of cervical cancer, so urgency had definitely been placed on the testing. However, even with this in mind, Rail and study co-author Abby Lippman (McGill University professor emeritus) wrote an op-ed for Montreal’s Le Devoir newspaper arguing against public use of HPV vaccines.
Although many medical professionals disagree that HPV vaccines are as dangerous as Rail and Lippman claim, the latter two individuals have their supporters as well: an article in Canada’s National Post reinforced their perspectives, albeit gently. Additionally, the stats cited in the article were given by pro-vaccine agencies and Big Pharma themselves, so many factors need to be considered when reading between the lines of these standpoints. Moreover, the article makes no mention of adverse reactions which have been noted internationally (particularly among teenage girls) such as chronic fatigue, chronic seizures, partial paralysis, and even complete paralysis. Surely anyone considering taking HPV vaccines—such as Gardasil by Merck or Cervarix by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)—would want to be made aware of these potential risks before considering treatment.
The Rail-Lippman study in question went on for four years and included 170 parents of teenage girls who received HPV shots. Rail has been attacked for her participation and perspective as well: “I’m sort of raising a red flag, out of respect for what I’ve found in my own study, and for the despair of parents who had totally perfect 12-year-olds who are now in their beds, too tired to go to school. . . . Yes, we’re going against the grain, and we are going against those who are believed, i.e. doctors and nurses and people in public health.”
Of course, there are pro-vaccine individuals who have also faced harsh criticism, and in the case of Dr. Paul Offit, the criticism is likely warranted: Offit claims that it is safe for newborns to receive approximately 1,000 vaccinations per day, and also that aluminum is crucial to human health. Of course, Offit has made millions of dollars as a result of being pro-vaccine—so perhaps all that money has simply (or complexly) just gone to his head.
It’s also important to note that years ago a head HPV vaccine developer for Gardasil (Dr. Diane Harper) went on record saying that the vaccine was ineffective, unnecessary, and dangerous. Additionally, Harper highlighted that 98% of HPV warts heal on their own after one to two years regardless of treatment. Even though she did attempt to go back “off the record” after the fact, it seems unlikely that her initial comments were not genuine.
In closing, know that only approximately 5% of adverse effects or events are ever reported regarding vaccines (CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting Service (VAERS)—and please look closely at the Daily Sheeple graphic below.
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