HPV – Human papillomavirus

A note on the the increasing medicalisation of our children:

Delivery of medical procedures is increasingly prevalent within the school environment, normalising the practice of receiving pharmaceutical products, promoted as preventative measures to children. As well as the annual ‘flu jab, the HPV vaccine is offered, at schools, to year 8 girls and boys across UK. The HPV vaccine has been linked to some, albeit, rare, life-changing injuries to both teenage girls and boys, including myalgia, auto-immune disease and dyspnoea. Assessing the benefit versus risk ratio of EVERY medical procedure, is a must, for parents.

Dr. Tess Lowrie, Doctor, researcher, health advocate and co-founder of World Council for Health initiative, has recently tweeted a warning.  “What you have not been told is that many children have suffered terrible health problems after HPV vaccination….”

A promotional film made by those with vested interests in a product, designed to encourage uptake for a medical procedure is definitely not good enough, nor does it provide enough information for informed consent. There needs to be, enshrined in schools’ policies, a pledge to provide a properly balanced and informative education of the benefits versus risks of medical interventions so that young girls and boys are fully aware of what they are receiving, without pressure on those who choose to opt out.

“The teaching of corporate propaganda, in the guise of ‘accurate information’ and ‘providing appropriate educational materials that promote vaccine confidence’, risks turning education into indoctrination, where children are taught what to think instead of how to think. Over the last three to four years we have seen how powerful the pharmaceutical industry is and how lucrative it is to vaccinate all healthy children, especially with vaccines that require frequent boosters. With such powerful vested interests lobbying for more and more access to our children, it is surely time to draw a line.” [Dr. Elizabeth Evans writing for TCW]

Full Article here “State power grab over child health Part 1: Vaccination in schools” Article by Dr. Elizabeth Evans

HPV vaccine – Getting the full picture:

In Year 8 UK schools offer HPV vaccines to both girls and boys.

Safer to Wait is an on-line website resource which provides links and information that may not be included in parental correspondence, promoting HPV vaccine uptake, at your child’s school. Informed consent is vital before receiving ANY medical procedure. Researching beyond the promotional material, provided by manufacturers, is important to gain an understanding of the potential effects that can result from a medical procedure.

Merck’s Gardisil 9 is currently rolled out, in UK, to year 8 girls and boys.

Included in the ingredients on the Merck Gardasil 9 insert is the following:

3adsorbed on amorphous aluminium hydroxyphosphate sulfate adjuvant (0.5 milligrams Al).

Amorphous aluminium hydroxyphosphate sulfate is included in the vaccine as an adjuvant. Adjuvants are included to improve the immune response of vaccines.”

Aluminum vaccine adjuvants: are they safe?

“Aluminum is an experimentally demonstrated neurotoxin and the most commonly used vaccine adjuvant. Despite almost 90 years of widespread use of aluminum adjuvants, medical science’s understanding about their mechanisms of action is still remarkably poor. There is also a concerning scarcity of data on toxicology and pharmacokinetics of these compounds. In spite of this, the notion that aluminum in vaccines is safe appears to be widely accepted. Experimental research, however, clearly shows that aluminum adjuvants have a potential to induce serious immunological disorders in humans. In particular, aluminum in adjuvant form carries a risk for autoimmunity, long-term brain inflammation and associated neurological complications and may thus have profound and widespread adverse health consequences.”[ L. Tomljenovic and C. A. Shaw] [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21568886/

Physicians for Informed Consent, a nonprofit educational organisation, with the vision to help Doctors and members of the public “evaluate the data on infectious diseases and vaccines objectively, and voluntarily engage in informed decision-making about vaccination”, state that “since 1990, due to advancements in technology, small amounts of aluminum that remain in the human body have been observed to interfere with a variety of cellular and metabolic processes in the nervous system and in tissues of other parts of the body. The greatest negative effects of aluminum have been observed in the nervous system and range from motor skill impairment to encephalopathy (altered mental state, personality changes, difficulty thinking, loss of memory, seizures, coma, and more).[Link to their leaflet: Risks of aluminium contained in vaccines – What parents need to know]

Professor Chris Exley, an expert in Aluminium of over 35 years, reveals that “There have not been any clinical trials designed and carried out to test the safety of aluminium adjuvants. Not a single clinical safety trial for any vaccine that includes an aluminium adjuvant.” [Full article] Professor Exley’s findings, articles and peer reviewed studies can be explored via The Hippocratic Post

TIME FOR ACTION UK Families Affected by HPV Vaccination is a campaign group run by UK families for UK families.

A 2022 Cochrane Database System review acknowledges that “Criticisms of HPV vaccine trials include inadequate assessment of possible rare conditions” and that “the full impact of HPV vaccination on cancer incidence will not be known for many years, since the natural history of vulval, penile and head and neck cancers, caused by hrHPV, is much longer.”

“Evaluating the longer‐term harms and benefits of HPV vaccination is extremely important, especially in the face of community concerns about these issues…. Scares about adverse events can be catastrophic to a vaccination programme. For example, in Denmark and Ireland community scares saw vaccination rates temporarily drop from over 80% to around 50%. In Japan, a scare also resulted in a pause in government recommendation of vaccination.”

In Japan, in June 2013, the Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare (MHLW) suspended the proactive recommendations for HPV vaccination due to public concerns about potential adverse events following the HPV vaccinations, after it’s initial roll-out in April 2013…. The public concerns about HPV vaccinations were based on the….cases of HPV-vaccinated females who had developed neuropsychological symptoms or “diverse symptoms,” such as chronic pain, movement disorders, and cognitive impairment. The concerns have been reinforced by the media coverage of the past and ongoing HPV vaccine lawsuits.

Cochrane Reviews of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of HPV vaccines measure the effectiveness of HPV vaccinations in terms of “surrogate end points”. Measurement of cervical cancer outcomes, due to the relatively short time periods of the studies, effective screening and follow‐up of those in the studies will have to wait, as HPV vaccines were introduced in 2009, and cancers associated with HPV virus lesions are mostly seen in the over 50s. It won’t be until 2044 that the measurement of cervical cancer outcomes will be available, from the first cohort of recipients. [Link to full Cochrane study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9153242/#CD015363-bbs2-0024]

In relation to the use of biomarkers or “surrogate endpoints”, [defined as ‘a biomarker intended to substitute for a clinical endpoint’], a term which has been in use since the late 1980s, J K Aronson, Chairman of the Editorial BoardBritish Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, concludes in a 2005 article, that ” the chain of events in a disease process linking pathogenesis to outcome is fragile”.

Claims of HPV vaccine efficacy in preventing cervical cancer may not be as robust as leaflets promoting them to families with Year 8 school children suggest.

Sacrificial Virgins is an award winning film that “exposes increasing evidence of serious neurological damage following the HPV injections”.


Is the next Thalidomide-style scandal about to break?

The Human Papilloma Vaccine (HPV) is a treatment in widespread use but its efficacy in preventing cancer is medically unproven, while unintended, adverse reactions are blighting and even ending the lives of girls and young women across the world. However, pharmaceutical manufacturers and many health authorities are refusing to acknowledge there is a problem and the medical community is continuing to offer the vaccine.

Sacrificial Virgins – so named because the vaccine is often given to girls before they become sexually active – exposes increasing evidence of serious neurological damage following the HPV injections. It calls for the vaccine to be withdrawn in the hope that this will help to halt another global tragedy.

Risks of aluminium contained in vaccines – What parents need to know