NATION’S LEADING LAWYERS TAKE ON GARDASIL VACCINE FRAUD IN COURT
VLA COMMENT: And I mean “major” lawfirms
VLA COMMENT: And I mean “major” lawfirms
Depression is on the rise around the world and, according to one author, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that approximately 300 million people worldwide suffer from this debilitating disorder
Author, Amy Morin, LCSW, wrote in her article, Depression Statistics Everyone Should Know, that in the United States alone, 16.2 million adults have experienced a major depressive episode in the past year.
Dr.Kelly Brogan’s paper outlined the strong possibility that the aluminum adjuvant that is currently being used in at least 18 childhood vaccinations may be responsible for the increase in long-term brain inflammation, neurological complications and autoimmunity. She stated that:
“One of the most relevant aluminum-containing vaccines is Gardasil, responsible for more than 34000 reported adverse events,and now Gardasil 9, which contains twice the aluminum dose (ie, now with 500 μg per 3 recommended doses).”
When Anita Vasquez sought medical care for the reactions her baby girl was having after mistakenly being given the Gardasil vaccine at only 4 months old, she had no way of knowing that she was walking into a hospital that was working on vaccine development in collaboration with one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
She found herself tangled in what appeared to her to be a deep web of interests that were in direct conflict with her only goal, which was simply trying to get help for her baby.
Instead of finding help, she was met with accusations that she had somehow caused harm. Doctors and social workers testified that Anita had Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (also known as “factitious disorder”), which means she was accused of making up her daughter’s medical conditions when there were none. Anita is a licensed nurse by profession.
The state of Texas recently terminated her parental rights to her daughter Aniya Blu.
It was apparent to Anita from the very beginning that there was more going on than meets the eye.
Evidence was hidden. Medical records were kept from her and her attorneys. Medical diagnoses of real problems were covered up.
The deception continued throughout the ordeal with Child Protective Services, and it followed Anita into the courtroom. There were many facts of the case that Anita didn’t learn about until just before the termination hearing. Even then, the evidence was ignored.
Approximately 60% of women who did not receive the HPV vaccine had been pregnant at least once compared to just 35% of women who had had an HPV shot had ever conceived.
For married women, the gap was also about 25%: 75% who did not receive the shot were found to have conceived, while only 50% who received the vaccine had ever been pregnant.
“Results suggest that females who received the HPV shot were less likely to have ever been pregnant than women in the same age group who did not receive the shot,” the study says.
HPV vaccination is recommended for all girls age 11 to 12, with “catch-up” doses for girls and women from 13 to 26 who haven’t been vaccinated (there are no booster recommendation as of yet).[*]
At this time, protection against cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 2/3 (CIN 2/3) is 5 years for Gardasil and 8.4 years for Cervarix.[*]
If your daughter receives an HPV vaccine at the recommended age of 11, protection will have waned by age 16.
The data collected from the above agency confirms approximately 0.0% deaths from cervical cancer under age 20.[*]
What is “one less” then 0%?
Cochrane, a non-profit organization whose research helps individuals make informed health decisions, published a review in May 2018 claiming that the HPV vaccine helps prevent cancer and precancerous changes in the cervix with no serious side effects. The review aimed to increase public confidence in the HPV vaccine – both its efficacy in cancer prevention and its long-term safety. This publication has the potential to affect the opinions of many people regarding the HPV vaccine, possibly reassuring some parents and convincing them to choose it
for their children. READ ARTICLE
VLA Comment: The article is interesting to read however, the link to the BMJ review of the HPV Cochrane study shows the poor and fallacious design of the study whose conclusion is that the HPV vaccine is safe. The Cochrane HPV vaccine review was incomplete and ignored important evidence of bias