Prior to 2020 and the COVID Scam, the #1 most-read topic on the Health Impact News network, by far, was the Gardasil HPV vaccine, and the carnage this vaccine has caused in the U.S., and around the world. If you type in "Gardasil" into the search feature of Health Impact News, you will get a result of 475 articles we have published on this topic. Just one article, the story of Katie Robinson, as told by her mother and originally published on Sanevax.org, is the most-read article ever published on Health Impact News, having been read by many millions of people and shared over a million times on Facebook. Gardasil is back in the news this week, as Judicial Watch has reported on two new lawsuits filed against Merck by plaintiffs who were young teenage girls when they received the vaccines. Under U.S. law, vaccines approved by the FDA and part of the CDC recommended vaccine schedule for children are covered by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, where the manufacturer of the vaccine cannot be sued. You have to sue the U.S. Government in their special "Vaccine Court." So the lawsuits against Merck, as the manufacturer of the vaccine, are limited to the fraud that was committed in bringing the product to market for FDA approval. And the evidence that Merck committed fraud in bringing Gardasil to market, along with the FDA and CDC committing fraud in approving it, is overwhelming.
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Teenage Girl Who Had Her Life Destroyed by HPV Vaccine Writes to School Head who Takes Her Side – Stands for Right to Refuse Vaccine
We would like to thank Chloe and Lisa for granting us permission to publish their story. This account should help people remember that every major improvement in the human condition began with a single voice. Hopefully, it will be circulated widely to encourage all those who believe their voice will not be heard. A teenaged girl from Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom sent the following letter to the headmaster of her school after seeing a huge poster promoting the use of HPV vaccines in her school. Chloe had been suffering a multitude of new medical conditions after taking the full series of HPV vaccines, nearly three years. She viewed the poster, not only as a personal insult, but one that could put her classmates at risk of having an experience similar to hers. Think about it: How many times have you been confronted with an issue that seemed too big for you to tackle? How many times have you said to yourself, “I am only one person, what can I do?” How many times have you remained silent when you felt compelled to speak? Much to her credit, Chloe did not stand idly by. She took action. By doing so, Chloe proved to the world that one single voice can make a huge difference. Not only did her headmaster listen, he responded with compassion and concern for Chloe as well as her fellow students. Chloe’s headmaster response shows that when openly communicated with, there are people who listen and respond appropriately. The headmaster took down the poster, and even assured students that if they did not want the vaccine, they would not be forced to get it at school, even if their parents consented. This story proves the only voice not heard is the one that is silent.
Gardasil Vaccine Censorship Continues as Published Research Documenting Fertility Rates is Withdrawn
In June 2018, the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A published my article “A lowered probability of pregnancy in females in the USA aged 25-29 who received a human papillomavirus vaccine injection”. Data revealed that 60% of women who had not received the HPV vaccine had been pregnant at least once, while only 35% of HPV vaccine recipients had ever conceived. The article detailed the statistical analysis as well as offered possible biological mechanisms for the results. Three researchers peer-reviewed the article. When the article first appeared, the editors eagerly promoted it by making it free. By early December 2019, the number of downloads reached close to 24,000. On October 23, 2019, I received an email stating that academic publisher Taylor & Francis and Editor-in-Chief Dr. Sam Kacew had opened an investigation of the paper, based on “several public and private expressions of concern about flaws in analysis.” They gave me two weeks to respond to comments from four post-publication reviewers, and I did so. On December 10, 2019, I received an email from Taylor and Francis stating that despite my comments, the “concerns raised by the reviewers still stand,” and they were retracting the article. Since the retraction, the number of downloads has increased to 24, 227. It is perhaps ironic that Taylor & Francis has just asked me to review an article for another journal. Evidently, Taylor & Francis first promoted me as an important and reliable researcher. Then they withdrew my article without detailed explanation. And now, just a few days later, once again treat me as an important and reliable researcher.
14-Year-Old Active Girl in Wisconsin Suffers Over 300 Seizures After Gardasil Vaccine – Doctor Refuses to Consider Gardasil Cause due to Fear of Losing Research Funding
Polly Tommey and the VAXXED II team continue their bus tour around the U.S. interviewing victims of vaccine injuries. They recently interviewed the Brill family from Wisconsin. Their 14-year-old daughter, Ashlyn, has gone from a healthy, active child who now suffers pain throughout her body, and has experienced over 300 seizures since she was vaccinated with the Gardasil vaccine 18 months ago. Some of her seizures last over 5 hours. Her mother and father are "first responders" with some medical training. Prior to their experience with their daughter's reaction to the Gardasil vaccine, they had complete faith in vaccines, and their family was all up-to-date on all of their vaccines. They took Ashlyn to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin where the medical staff reportedly tried to induce the seizures to determine the cause. Doctors allegedly told Ashlyn's mom that there was nothing wrong with Ashlyn, that all of the test results were normal, and that the seizures were related to too much stress in Ashlyn's life. Her mother did not accept this answer, and insisted that all these medical conditions started after the Gardasil HPV vaccine. She then tells Polly that the doctor's response is what led her on her journey to make sure that everybody understood her daughter's story: So the doctor came back in the room, and it was just us (the family) and the doctor (the neurologist), and she shut the door, and she says, "Listen, we need to talk." And she said, "Whether this is caused by the Gardasil vaccination or not, 95% of our research money comes from pharmaceutical companies." And she said, "Unfortunately, your child is a small fish in a big sea. And if we were to admit this was the Gardasil vaccination, we would lose our funding for our research." Ashlyn's mom then says: "I'm not going to let someone's child be a small fish. So from that day I decided that I needed to share Ashlyn's story, because every child matters."
The powerful government-pharmaceutical industry partnership that has been foisting human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination on girls and boys around the world since 2006 now has working-age adults within its sights. Merck’s Gardasil 9 received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for expanded use in the 27-45 age group in late 2018, and there are signs that a campaign is afoot to achieve the same end result in other countries. HPV vaccines have been linked to over 100,000 reported adverse events globally, including disabling autoimmune conditions and deaths, but officials seem unconcerned. Merck set the tone for the truth-stretching claim that HPV vaccine risks are “negligible” when it conducted its initial clinical trials for Gardasil and dismissed as irrelevant the serious medical conditions that arose—within seven months—in half of all participants who received the vaccine. In a new study in Pathobiology, two of the most-published researchers on this topic report on the overlap between human proteins and HPV antigens. The authors consider their results indicative of “a cross-reactivity potential capable of triggering an extremely wide and complex spectrum of autoimmune diseases.” Using cutting-edge molecular biology techniques to look at matching peptide sequences in HPV “epitopes” and human proteins, Kanduc and Shoenfeld examine epitopes from 15 different HPV types, including eight of the nine types included in Gardasil 9. With 500 micrograms of aluminum adjuvant, Gardasil 9 has more than double the amount of aluminum contained in the original Gardasil vaccine.
I have often feared that in the end babies and young children would be given the dangerous and increasingly unpopular HPV vaccines. I suspect that time is fast approaching. GlaxoSmithLine (GSK) the manufacturer of Cervarix has recently conducted a trial of its two valent HPV vaccine on healthy 4-6 year old female children in Latin America. The study involving girls from Colombia, Panama and Mexico was published in the current edition of the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. These are little children and even if there was a valid reason to give this vaccine, the effect of the vaccine would have worn off well before they were sexually active. Gardasil was fast-tracked through the FDA, a process usually reserved for life threatening diseases to fill an unmet and urgent medical need. Improved living conditions had already reduced the incidence of cervical cancer significantly in Western countries. To think they could give it to small children and even babies is abhorrent.
Has the Gardasil HPV Vaccine Really Eliminated Cervical Cancer in Australia? Statistics Show Increase of Cancer Rates After Vaccine Introduced
In our September 18th debate for Spectrum TV, Kaiser’s Chief of Pediatrics, Dr. Robert Riewerts, parroted Pharma’s popular canard that the Gardasil vaccine has eliminated cervical cancer in Australia—the first country to mandate the jab. This is false. Gardasil actually increases the risk of cervical cancer by a terrifying 44.6% among women who were exposed to HPV infection prior to vaccination. If anyone ever bullies you to take Gardasil, look up “Gardasil Vaccine Insert” on your cell phone to see all of the adverse events and show them this table.
On September 28, 2019, The Daily Mail published an article titled "Now give every ADULT the cancer-fighting HPV vaccination and save 'thousands of lives', experts demand as evidence shows the jab can slash the cancer risk for grown-ups too." The article states that leading HPV expert and president of the International Papillomavirus Society, Professor Margaret Stanley, OBE, told reporters that there was a spike in the incidence of HPV cancers when people entered their 60s because their immune systems became weaker over time. She stated: "HPV breaks the usual rules of vaccination. Vaccinating older, infected people will make it less likely that cancers will develop." However, Health Impact News found no evidence to support her claim. In fact, according to our information, if a person is already infected with the HPV virus, getting vaccinated could, in fact, increase, not decrease their chances of getting cancer. In 2018, we reported that according to the research of French oncologist Dr. Gérard Delépine, the HPV vaccine Gardasil was actually associated with an increased rate of cervical cancer among patients. If Dr. Delépine’s research is correct, then if everyone in Britain were to be vaccinated with the HPV vaccine, there is an extremely high possibility that the rates for cervical cancer in Britain could increase.
Finnish Citizens Conduct Own Vaccine Safety Study and Question Health Authorities Letting 12-Year-Olds Make Own Decisions About HPV Vaccine without Parental Consent
A support group comprised of vaccine-injured and their families in Finland circulated an internet-based questionnaire to find out if there could be an association between vaccinations and healthy children or adolescents/adults falling ill. Once the results were compiled and analyzed, it was impossible for them to find a medical professional willing to help them get the results published in a peer-reviewed medical journal. They contacted academics from their own country and abroad. All of those contacts agreed that the study has been conducted well and that it deserved to be published, but none of them were willing to co-author the manuscript because of the controversial nature of the topic. In other words, they were afraid of being bullied and losing their position. "How ethical is it to give the HPV-vaccine without informed consent and to advertise it is safe and effective and leave the decision to 12 years old girls?"