News Target seems to think so. Now, I take most things I read on the internet with a grain of salt, but I (as did my wife) thought this new push to have women “get vaccinated” against cervical cancer to be a bit much to swallow – and we might have been right in our thinking. So just what has News Target uncovered in a new report?
– A company that manufacturers a DNA testing device that can detect the presence of HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) is petitioning the FDA (and suing the FDA) to get it to reclassify its medical device as a “Class II” device based on the revelation that the FDA has already adopted the position that HPV infections do not directly cause cervical cancer.
– This would mean that the FDA has been aware for years that HPV does not cause cervical cancer, which means that the FDA’s approval of the Gardasil vaccine — as well as the national push for Gardasil vaccinations — is based on a grand medical hoax that, not surprisingly, appears to be designed to exploit the fear of cancer to sell vaccines. The victims in all this, of course, are the young girls who are apparently being subjected to a medically useless (and potentially dangerous) vaccine.
-None of this information was apparently known during the more recent debates over the safety and efficacy of Gardasil, the HPV vaccine now in use. This means that the public debate over mandatory HPV vaccinations lacked key elements that now seem essential to reaching rational, evidence-based conclusions over the safety and efficacy of such vaccines.
In fact, on the FDA’s own website, it says “most infections (by HPV) are short-lived and not associated with cervical cancer” – so why exactly is the government and pharmaceutical companies pushing young women to get vaccinated? If you are a young woman yourself or you have young children who are approaching the age that this will be pushed upon them, you might want to check out this report. Like I said, I usually take things I read very lightly until I can do background research to verify it, but these guys seem to have done their homework and even have documents from the FDA proving their point. You can read the entire report over at The Great HPV Vaccine Hoax Revealed.
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