HPV Vaccines Proven to Be Ineffective, Dangerous & Even Deadly

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Preface by: Roger Landry (TLB)

Updated 11/02/15

It seems more so every day that our struggle to keep our loved ones, especially our children, safe from medical harm is a losing battle. It also would appear that those who are tasked specifically with our protection, are a main player in this struggle … and NOT to our advantage. Medicines and Vaccines with a proven history of dangerous and even deadly side affects are approved and in some cases mandated for use, regardless of their proven dark history.

The HPV vaccines must surely appear high on this list. With a known history of results ranging from paralysis to death, and a growing mountain of research blatantly indicating their lack of effectiveness … why are these dangerous and ineffective vaccines still in use, and in the process of expanded use to young boys and even infants?

When profit drives a corrupt corporation to put us in harms way via mechanisms of known harm, we can chalk this up to greed. But when Government agencies mandated with the public’s safety show blatant complicity, well you must conclude the deck is seriously stacked against us.

Isn’t the CDC’s motto “24/7: Saving Lives, Protecting People”? With the plethora of peer reviewed proof of the dangers associated with vaccines, and in this specific case, the HPV vaccine, can you possibly find a bigger misrepresentation of the truth (lie)?

It is well past time to join our voices in unified protest and once and for all, put a stop to this needless suffering and death! These are our loved ones and our children … this does not have to be!

As usual I follow my rant with the level headed reporting of one of TLB’s most prolific and gifted writers who will bring the facts to you as only she can.

Please read on …


HPV Vaccines Proven to Be Dangerous and Ineffective, So Why Are They Still Being Recommended For Our Children?

By: TLB Staff Writer: Christina England

In 2008, Judicial Watch examined the FDA’s HPV vaccine records and issued a report outlining their concerns. Their report titled the Judicial Watch Special Report: Examining the FDA’s HPV Vaccine Records, detailed the approval process, side effects, safety concerns and the marketing practices of a what they called a large-scale public health experiment.

Judicial Watch stated:

“Analysis of the records shows:

• Gardasil is a prophylactic, preventative vaccine and will not treat pre-existing HPV infection. It is not a cancer vaccine or cure.

• Gardasil is marketed as a vaccine that prevents cancer, but it “ . . . has not been evaluated for the potential to cause carcinogenicity or genotoxicity.”

• Gardasil is not 100% effective against all HPVs. It is designed to protect against only four strains of HPV, even though there are over thirty strains including at least fifteen that can cause cancer.

• While Gardasil is the most expensive vaccine ever to be recommended by the FDA, its long-term effectiveness is unknown and could be as brief as only two to three years.

• During testing, an aluminum-containing placebo was used. Aluminum can cause permanent cell damage and is a reactive placebo, unlike most standard saline placebos. This means that tests of Gardasil may not have given an accurate picture of safety levels.

• Although some states are considering making it mandatory for young girls to get the Gardasil vaccine, it has only been tested with one other vaccine commonly given to children. There are ten commonly administered adolescent vaccines.

• Gardasil is still in the testing stages, and will not be fully evaluated for safety until September 2009. VAERS reports show that as many as eighteen people have died after receiving Gardasil.”

Their report, which was extremely worrying, highlighted several cases from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) website, including young women who developed warts, Guillian-Barre Syndrome, miscarriages and fatal blood clots after receiving the vaccine.

Judicial Watch stated:

“The fact that blood clotting is responsible for almost a fourth of all deaths involving Gardasil is extremely concerning, especially since most birth control drugs increase one’s risk of developing blood clots. Many girls and young women who receive Gardasil will already be taking birth control by the time they are vaccinated, and therefore the possibility that Gardasil may add to risk of blood clots is a serious issue that deserves attention.”

Their report indicated that there was no evidence to confirm whether or not the HPV vaccine could protect women against cervical cancer in the long-term and stated:

“There is proof that Gardasil will prevent about half of the high-grade precursors of cancer, but half will still occur. Hundreds of thousands of women who are vaccinated with Gardasil and get yearly Pap testing will still get high-grade dysplasia (cell abnormalities). Gardasil has been shown to prevent precancerous lesions, but it has been impossible to ascertain whether it will actually prevent cancer because the testing period has been so short. While young women occasionally get cervical cancer, it is far more common in women in their late forties. The average age of a cervical cancer patient is forty-eight years. Keeping this in mind, it could easily be decades before anyone truly knows if the Gardasil vaccine prevents cervical cancer.”

They continued:

“Even without Gardasil, cervical cancer deaths have decreased drastically in the past several decades. The American Cancer Society estimates that deaths from cervical cancer declined 74% between 1955 and 1992, and that the rate continues to decrease by about 4% each year. Also, most cases occur in women in their forties. With these statistics in mind, one might ask whether Gardasil vaccination is absolutely necessary, especially for children. At this point in time, we do not know if it will prevent cancer, or whether it will have unforeseen consequences. The American public must ask themselves if Gardasil is really worth the risk. Fast-tracking drugs and vaccines before their safety has been fully evaluated is unethical and dangerous, and until more tests have been completed on Gardasil no vaccination mandates should be established.”

And they concluded that:

“Gardasil has not been tested thoroughly enough to know whether it will be safe or effective in the long term.

• Even if it shown that the Gardasil vaccine is effective, it is still unknown how long the vaccine lasts or if there will be a need for booster shots.

• Regardless of its potential to help prevent HPV and cancer, Gardasil should never be administered without a prescreening for HPV since it has the potential to make existing cases worsen.

• It is important that people remember that this vaccine will not eliminate the need for regular Pap screening. No vaccine is 100% effective, and Gardasil is designed to protect against only four strands of HPV.

• While Gardasil may be an important medical advance, it is unwise to compromise the health and safety of the American public, especially children, by mandating or marketing it before sufficient tests are concluded.”

Despite their report being issued six years ago, HPV vaccines have continued to be marketed around the world, with devastating consequences.

Using Placebos Containing Aluminum Could Result in False Positives

As highlighted in the above report, HPV vaccines were tested against subjects vaccinated with a placebo containing aluminum, meaning that both of the vaccines contained aluminum, this giving a false positive if both groups suffered the same adverse reactions.

It has been well-documented that aluminum used in vaccinations can lead to a wide range of side effects and many people are now questioning the reasons behind the manufacturer’s decision.

Canadian scientists Professor Christopher Shaw and Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic have studied the effects that aluminum can have on the human body for many years. In 2013, they published a paper titled Aluminum in the Central Nervous System: Toxicity in Humans and Animals, Vaccine Adjuvants, and Autoimmunity.

Their paper revealed that during a 17-year period, the rates of autism increased significantly in countries that had the most vaccinations containing the adjuvant aluminum.

The two scientists compared the number of vaccines recommend by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during the period from 1991 – 2008 and noted the changes in the autism rates during these years. They stated:

“The data sets, graphed against each other, show a pronounced and statistically highly significant correlation between the number vaccines with aluminum and the changes in autism rates. Further data showed that a significant correlation exists between the amounts of aluminum given to preschool children and the current rates of autism in seven Western countries. Those countries with the highest level of aluminum-adjuvanted vaccines had the highest autism rates.”

They continued:

“There are other links between aluminum exposure/toxicity and ASD. These include the following: A pilot study showed higher than normal aluminum levels in the hair, blood and/or urine of autistic children; children are regularly exposed to higher levels of aluminum in vaccines per body weight than adults; practically, nothing is known about the pharmacokinetics and toxicodynamics of aluminum in vaccines in children; and aluminum in vaccines has been linked to serious neurological impairments, chronic fatigue and autoimmunity.”

This is extremely worrying, especially when you consider that all of the following vaccinations contain aluminum, as listed by the CDC:

BCG (Tuberculosis)
DTaP (acellular Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)
DtaP-IPV (acellular Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis and Polio)
DtaP-HepB—IPV (acellular Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Hepatitis B and Polio)
DtaP-IPV/Hib (acellular Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Polio and haemophilus influenzae type b )
Hepatitis B
DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus)
Hib (haemophilus influenzae type b)
Hib/Hepatitis B
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A/Hepatitis B
Japanese Encephalitis
PCV (pneumococcal conjugate vaccine)
IPV (polio vaccination)
HPV (human papillomavirus)
Td (Tetanus, Diphtheria)
Tdap (acellular tetanus, diphtheria)

If the manufacturers of the above vaccinations also used placebos containing aluminum, this could mean that none of these vaccinations have ever been tested accurately.

Leslie Botha Outlines Adverse Reactions Caused by HPV Vaccines

In 2013, women’s health educator Leslie C. Botha noted that the following adverse reactions had been reported to the VAERS website following HPV vaccination:

Deaths: 140
Disabled: 952
Did not recover: 6,032
Abnormal pap smear: 531
Cervical dysplasia: 214
Cervical cancer: 64
Life-threatening: 562
ER visit: 10,557
Hospitalized: 3,065
Extended hospital stay: 234
Serious: 4,091
Adverse events: 30,352

She wrote:

“It is estimated that only 1 to 10% of the HPV vaccine-injured are reporting. So start adding zeros on to the reports of 140 deaths. And then ask yourself – are the HPV vaccines deadly? For 140 families they are. And that’s just what is being reported.”

Considering that these figures are now over a year old, we can only begin to estimate how many innocent lives have been lost since then and destroyed by this vaccine.

Japan Becomes Concerned

A report written by Tomomi Kinoshita, Ryu-ta Abe, Akiyo Hineno, Kazuhiro Tsunekawa, Shunya Nakane and Shu-ichi Ikeda titled Peripheral Sympathetic Nerve Dysfunction in Adolescent Japanese Girls Following Immunization with the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, published in 2014, examined the cases of 44 girls who were said to be suffering adverse reactions after receiving the HPV vaccine.

They stated that 31 of the girls were vaccinated with the Cervarix vaccine and 13 were vaccinated with Gardasil.

The authors stated that four of the girls examined were proven to be suffering from non-related conditions, leaving 40 girls aged between 11 and 17 in the study.

The researchers stated:

“Clinical manifestations of the 40 girls included headaches (n=28, 70%), general fatigue (n=21, 53%), coldness of the legs (n=21, 53%), limb pain (n=20, 50%), limb weakness (n=19, 48%), difficulty in getting up (n=19, 48%), orthostatic fainting (n=17, 43%), a decreased ability to learn (n=17, 43%), arthralgia (n=17, 43%), limb tremors (n=16, 40%), gait disturbances (n=16, 40%), disturbed menstruation (n=14, 35%) and dizziness (n=12, 30%). Headaches and general fatigue were more prominent in the morning, frequently leading to difficulty in getting up, while persistent fatigue required a long period of sleep. The most common combination of symptoms was limb coldness, pain, tremors and a gait disturbance. Less frequent but noteworthy complaints included the following: polyarthralgia, primarily involving the wrist, knee and ankle joints, that lasted for several days and subsided spontaneously, although it occasionally recurred; menstrual abnormalities, including amenorrhea for a few months after immunization; a decreased ability to learn associated with reduced memory and concentration at school and/or while doing homework, thus resulting in a poor school record.”

The team concluded that the symptoms that they had observed in the study could be explained by abnormal peripheral sympathetic responses and stated that the most common previous diagnosis in the studied girls was psychosomatic disease.

A large number of the side effects that these scientists identified have been echoed by professionals worldwide for many years, in particular menstrual abnormalities and amenorrhea.

Showing their commitment to protecting women, Japan held an international symposium in February 2014 and invited leading professionals from around the world to discuss their findings. The following professionals presented evidence outlining their findings regarding HPV vaccines, during the symposium, two public press conferences and a government-sponsored public hearing:

  • Sin Hang Lee, MD – Former Associate Professor at Yale University and currently pathologist of Milford Hospital
  • Jerome Authier, MD – Universite Paris XII, Systeme Hospital Henri Mondor de Paris
  • Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD – University of British Columbia
  • Mirna Hajjar, MD – Neurologist, Bangor, ME

See SaneVax for more information on this topic and much more regarding HPV vaccinations and their dangers,

Professionals Link HPV Vaccines To Premature Menopause

In 2012, the British Medical Journal published a paper by Dr. Deidrie Little titled Premature Ovarian Failure 3  Years After Menarche in a 16 Year-Old Girl Following Human Papillomavirus Vaccination, in which Dr. Little detailed the case of a sixteen year-old girl suffering from premature menopause after receiving the HPV vaccine Gardasil. The summary of the paper stated:

“Premature ovarian failure in a well adolescent is a rare event. Its occurrence raises important questions about causation, which may signal other systemic concerns. This patient presented with amenorrhoea after identifying a change from her regular cycle to irregular and scant periods following vaccinations against human papillomavirus. She declined the oral contraceptives initially prescribed for amenorrhoea. The diagnostic tasks were to determine the reason for her secondary amenorrhoea and then to investigate for possible causes of the premature ovarian failure identified.

Although the cause is unknown in 90% of cases, the remaining chief identifiable causes of this condition were excluded. Premature ovarian failure was then notified as a possible adverse event following this vaccination. The young woman was counselled regarding preservation of bone density, reproductive implications and relevant follow-up. This event could hold potential implications for population health and prompts further inquiry.”

As the BMJ charges a fee to read their articles, interested readers can find a report about the case on the Weekly Briefing of the Population Research Institute’s website. The report stated that Dr. Little said that before the sixteen year-old received the vaccine Gardasil during the fall of 2008, her menstrual cycle was perfectly normal. However, by January 2009, her cycle had become irregular, and over the course of the next two years, her menses (bleeds) had become increasingly irregular. By 2011, she had ceased menstruating altogether.

The Weekly Briefing stated:

“In the Australian case, after testing the levels of numerous hormones, and the function of various internal organs, the girl was diagnosed by Dr. Little as having “premature ovarian failure”, which is defined as “the presence of menopausal gonadotrophin levels in association with over 3 months of amenorrhoea or oligomenorrhoea before age 40 years.”

Further testing confirmed that all of her eggs—every last one—were dead. She was and is totally and irrevocably infertile.”

The Weekly Briefing article has since been removed, but a complete copy of the article can be found on several websites, including Population Research Institute.

In 2013, scientists, Serena Colafrancesco, Carlo Perricone, Lucija Tomljenovic, and Yehuda Shoenfeld wrote a paper titled Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine and Primary Ovarian Failure: Another Facet of the Autoimmune/Inflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants.

The scientists studied the medical history of three young women who presented with ovarian failure after receiving the HPV vaccination. They stated that:

“All three patients developed secondary amenorrhea following HPV vaccinations, which did not resolve upon treatment with hormone replacement therapies. In all three cases sexual development was normal and genetic screen revealed no pertinent abnormalities (i.e., Turner’s syndrome, Fragile X test were all negative). Serological evaluations showed low levels of estradiol and increased FSH and LH and in two cases, specific auto-antibodies were detected (antiovarian and anti thyroid), suggesting that the HPV vaccine triggered an autoimmune response. Pelvic ultra- sound did not reveal any abnormalities in any of the three cases. All three patients experienced a range of common non-specific post-vaccine symptoms including nausea, headache, sleep disturbances, arthralgia and a range of cognitive and psychiatric disturbances. According to these clinical features, a diagnosis of primary ovarian failure (POF) was determined which also fulfilled the required criteria for the ASIA syndrome.”

It is interesting to note that the post-vaccination symptoms mentioned in this study are exactly the same adverse reactions that Judicial Watch highlighted in their review in 2008.


Professionals have been voicing their concerns regarding the safety of the HPV vaccinations for the past seven years. Despite their growing unease, these vaccinations are still being recommended worldwide today. Growing increasingly concerned about the safety of HPV vaccinations, this year Japan took the leading role in the protection of young women and withdrew government recommendation for the administration of the vaccine.

Isn’t it about time other governments joined Japan and investigated these vaccines further, instead of allowing more and more injuries to occur every day? After all, they owe our children that much, surely?

If it were not for organizations like the CMSRI who fund and support many of the above scientists, helping them to carry out such important work, then the public would remain unaware of the truth surrounding the dangers of vaccinations.



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