Gardasil…Think Twice Before Giving This to Your Daughter

by Shannon on April 2, 2011

In my vaccine research I recently uncovered some startling news about Gardasil, the new vaccine giving to infant girls for HPV. This vaccine scares me more than most as it hasn’t been on the market long enough to determine the long-term effects on female reproductive health. With so many girls being vaccinated, what if this has an effect on fertility?

Originally, it was touted as a “cancer vaccine” supposed to prevent cervical cancer, however, this is not entirely the case. Heavily marketed by Merck using fear-based “cancer vaccine” tactics, many parents rushed to have their girls vaccinated. With loving intentions, of course, moms always want to give their children the best possible health care and unfortunately many simply “trust” their doctors and the medical establishment only to discover they don’t always have their best interests at heart. Doctors, too, are simply fed data by pharmaceutical companies and with the number of kick-backs, the added revenue of having children come in for a paid office visit for another vaccine and the lack of actual data provided on severe side-effects, it is appealing to offer these vaccines to their customers/patients.

The facts are startling. The vaccine only provides immunity (and that’s even debated) from two strains of HPV when there are 15 known strains that can cause cervical cancer. Cervical cancer, when caught early during regular pap smears, is one of the most curable forms of cancer with a low mortality rate.

“The important thing to know about HPV is that in almost all cases, it clears up on its own without any adverse health effects within two years in most healthy people.” – Dr. Mercola

This vaccine is now being investigated by the FDA due to the number of reported serious adverse side effects and deaths.

Here are some resources regarding Gardasil for your review:

Take time to review additional videos on YouTube. Many are from moms and family members reporting on the loss of loved ones due to this vaccine.

If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.

{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }