The Gardasil Issue On The Republican Campaign Trail Is About More Than He Said, She Said; It Is About Mercenary Merck And Political Acceptance Of Collateral Damage…The Lives Of Our Young Women!
Let us not lose sight of the most salient fact that is being over looked in the current Rick Perry (vs) Michelle Bachmann Gardasil debate/flap.
We can take it for granted at this point that Perry was on the Merck Lobbyists pay off list and that Michelle Bachmann is not terrible bright and given to some of the most outrageous of statements; you know the type where one puts their mouth in gear before engaging their brain, and it her case it might not matter if she did engage her brain. Information is becoming available that Perry is a rather unsavory character on multiple levels.
But what both of these candidates, as well as those who persist in their ego trips and attempts to stop Mitt Romney at any cost, have not been confronted with is a debate question that might well be framed this way:
“We’ve heard a lot about Governor Perry’s Mandatory Gardasil vaccination Executive Order and his subsequent retreat from that position. It seems that the retreat was motivated more by the Tea Party’s total opposition to government ordering anyone to do anything, a very self-serving position at this point, and we’ve heard other candidates chime in on the same spin line.
Ms. Bachmann in her usual bombastic style has really gone out on her limb of (“If I say it has to be true”) and stirred the rhetorical pot on nonsense once again; so let me ask this question of all the candidates:
If any of you have taken the time to examine the issue beyond finger pointing, mandatory concerns, Lobby Loot and political expedience; who of you is prepared to say that the vaccine should be withdrawn from the market place because of the documented damages it has inflicted on the young women of this nation, and that and investigation of the safe-certification of this product by the FDA should commence immediately…
because that is a more important question than even who is on the Pharma-Industry take?”
According to Michele Bachmann the HPV vaccine causes some girls to become “retarded”. In a single comment she demonstrates just how foolish she is.
Not only did she use socially inappropriate language but she missed the point of the HPV controversy and the outrageous order of Rick Perry.
Whether the vaccine was helpful or not, it was wrong for Perry to issue the EXECUTIVE ORDER, instead of allowing the LEGISLATURE to make the laws. It was wrong because it was an example of corruption as he was doing it for Merck, who had donated money to him, and his previous Chief of Staff worked as a lobbyist for Merck.
Eight other Republican law makers received donations of $5000.00 within days of the Executive Order. It was wrong because there were at least two immunizations made by two different drug companies, so Perry was playing favorites.
It was wrong because the government was interfering with a parent’s right to make a decision about what is best for their child. It was a governmental invasion of privacy by requiring girls who were sexually active to disclose that fact (the immunization is not recommended for girls who were already sexually active).
It was wrong because it required only immunization for girls and it has been shown to be effective for boys. Immunization for boys would protect them from contracting genital warts, and would protect any girls with whom they would have sex from both genital warts, and cervical cancer.
It was also an example of the hypocrisy of Rick Perry. Perry opposed national health care, but supported this single medical immunization at the expense of the tax payers to prevent a disease that might not ever be contracted by these girls.
To say that he was looking out for the best interest of young girls by protecting them from being able to contract a disease that would only affect them later in life while children were presently dying of cancer, but were unable to receive the medical care they needed, was outrageous.
We can only conclude that Michele Bachmann never had the benefit of a course in logic at Oral Roberts University, that they called people “retarded” at Oral Roberts, and that she must have had a side effect from the Merck immunization.
The AAP has the wrong message…It’s not that Michelle Bachmann is a screwball and doesn’t know what she is talking about most of the time but that the vaccine is dangerous, is being sold by political corruption by political lackeys and shills on the take and ought to be withdrawn from the market place and sent back into retesting, revaluation, at the minimum and probably should be consigned to the dumpster along with Merck who would be ruined by an honest investigation of their practices and products.
AAP tells Bachmann vaccine is safe
The American Academy of Pediatrics has a message for Michele Bachmann: You’re wrong about the HPV vaccine.
During the Republican presidential debate Monday evening, Bachmann hammered away at presidential nominee hopeful Texas Gov. Rick Perry over his executive order in 2007 making it mandatory that girls receive the vaccine against the human papilloma virus, considered one of the main causes of cervical cancer.
The move was considered controversial by social conservatives, because HPV is sexually transmitted and it is argued by some that the administering of the vaccine will encourage young teens to be sexually active.
Bachmann criticized Perry about the mandate during the debate, pointing out that Perry may have had financial incentive to pass the law due to his ties to Merck, the pharmaceutical manufacturer that was the only producer of the vaccine at the time.
She brought up the HPV vaccine again Tuesday morning during an appearance on the Today show, but this time Bachmann indicated that the vaccine may also be unsafe.
Bachmann claims that she was approached by a woman after the debate, who told her that the woman’s daughter had received the HPV vaccine and that “she suffered from mental retardation thereafter.” She added that the vaccine “can have very dangerous side effects” and that there is a “very real concern.”
But the AAP refutes Bachmann’s assertions, saying in a statement that “there is absolutely no scientific validity to [the vaccine causing mental retardation]” and that the vaccine has “an excellent safety record” after over 35 million administered doses.
Dr. O. Marion Burton, president of the AAP said, “The American Academy of Pediatrics, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Academy of Family Physicians all recommend that girls receive HPV vaccine around age 11 or 12. That’s because this is the age at which the vaccine produces the best immune response in the body, and because it’s important to protect girls well before the onset of sexual activity. In the U.S., about 6 million people, including teens, become infected with HPV each year, and 4,000 women die from cervical cancer.”
He added, “This is a life-saving vaccine that can protect girls from cervical cancer.”
Open Letter to Dr. O. Marion Burton, president, American Academy of Pediatrics
Re: Heart-broken moms offended by statements of AAP on Gardasil®
September 16, 2011
Dear Dr. Burton:
On behalf of the thousands of parents who have either lost their perfectly healthy teenage daughters, or been left to endure the physical/mental/emotional and financial hardship of being forced to deal with the permanent disabling effects of Gardasil® vaccination, SANE Vax Inc. is offended by the thoughtless, ignorant and offensive press release issued from the office of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) on September 13, 2011.
The press release criticizes the comment made by Republican presidential candidate, Michele Bachmann regarding Gardasil® side effects as ‘false statements’; and instead stated authoritatively ‘…it (Gardasil®) has an excellent safety record.’
Are you still practicing pediatrics? Physicians in the U.S. look to the AAP for guidelines yet the AAP seems to be oblivious to the latest Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. VAERS statistics clearly show that HPV Vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix, have been associated with 22, 619 adverse reactions; 8,926 of those reports requiring emergency hospitalization; and 4,616 cases where the victim did not recover. Death reports stand at 102.
According to the National Vaccine Information Center, these figures reflect 1 to 10% of the vaccine injured population reporting.
The rate of anaphylaxis in young women post HPV vaccination has been found to be significantly higher by approximately – 5 to 20 fold – than those identified in comparable school-based vaccination programs. In fact, out of the 76 vaccines approved by the FDA the HPV vaccines make up 24% of the adverse injuries being reported.
The AAP is responsible for the health and welfare of our children. The Academy’s ignorance of vaccine injuries is deplorable and unacceptable.
Instead of showing compassion to victims and their families and making attempts to clarify or further investigate the possible causes for all these unexplained side effects, you simply dismissed them all by stating: ‘There is absolutely no scientific validity to this statement.’
This letter is to inform you that SANE Vax, Inc. has recently informed the FDA that the Gardasil® vaccine currently on the market has been found to be contaminated with residual recombinant HPV DNA. This hitherto unknown contaminant may have provided a scientific basis for Gardasil-induced autoimmune-based inflammatory diseases in various tissues, including inflammation in the joints and central nervous system. If the AAP is interested in this subject, perhaps using it as part of the AAP’s continuous medical education (CME) materials in place of those distributed by Merck, please read the hyperlinked documents below.
SANE Vax Inc. is wondering if Merck’s advertisements for Gardasil® in the AAP journals and cash contributions to sponsor various AAP CME programs that promote Gardasil® influenced the decision to issue the September 13 press release. In addition, is it possible that the $433,000 contribution made by Merck to the AAP might have influenced your position? Interesting to note: this was the same year the academy endorsed Merck’s HPV vaccine.
Perhaps the AAP should consult with Governor Rick Perry about disclosure.
Written by the SANE Vax Team on behalf of Gardasil® victims around the world,
Norma Erickson, President
(NaturalNews) In seeking answers to why adolescent girls are suffering devastating health damage after being injected with HPV vaccines, SANE Vax, Inc decided to have vials of Gardasil tested in a laboratory. There, they found over a dozen Gardasil vaccine vials to becontaminated with rDNA of the Human Papillomavirus(HPV). The vials were purchased in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Poland and France, indicating Gardasil contamination is a global phenomenon.
This means that adolescents who are injected with these vials are being contaminated with a biohazard -- the rDNA of HPV. In conducting the tests, Dr. Sin Hang Lee found rDNA from both HPV-11 and HPV-18, which were described as "firmly attached to the aluminum adjuvant."
That aluminum is also found in vaccines should be frightening all by itself, given that aluminum should never be injected into the human body (it's toxic when ingested, and it specifically damages the nervous system). With the added discovery that the aluminum adjuvant also carries rDNA fragments of two different strains of Human Papillomavirus, this now reaches the level of a dangerous biohazard-- something more like a biological weapon rather than anything resembling medicine.
As SANE Vax explains in its announcement, these tests were conducted after an adolescent girl experienced "acute onset Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis within 24 hours" of being injected with an HPV vaccine. (http://sanevax.org/sane-vax-inc-dis...)
rDNA found in Gardasil is genetically engineered
The rDNA that was found to be contaminating Gardasil is not "natural" rDNA from the HPV virus itself. Rather, it is a genetically engineered form of HPV genetic code that is added to the vaccines during their manufacture.
As Dr. Lee, the pathologist who ran the laboratory tests identifying the biohazard contamination of Gardasil said:
"Natural HPV DNA does not remain in the bloodstream for very long. However, the HPV DNA in Gardasil is not 'natural' DNA. It is a recombinant HPV DNA (rDNA) -- genetically engineered -- to be inserted into yeast cells for VLP (virus-like-particle) protein production. rDNA is known to behave differently from natural DNA. It may enter a human cell, especially in an inflammatory lesion caused by the effects of the aluminum adjuvant, via poorly understood mechanisms. Once a segment of recombinant DNA is inserted into a human cell, the consequences are hard to predict. It may be in the cell temporarily or stay there forever, with or without causing a mutation. Now the host cell contains human DNA as well as genetically engineered viral DNA."
Innocent girls being injected with genetically engineered HPV rDNA
What all this means is that through Gardasil vaccines, innocent young girls are being injected with the recombinant DNA of HPV, and that this biohazardous substance persists in their blood. The implications of this are rather scary, as Dr. Lee explains:
How did a vaccine that was supposed to be Merck's beacon for higher profits in the 21stCentury go from flagship to flop?
The Science Speaks for ItselfCNN Money calls Gardasil's crash a "design flaw" and faults the economy, puritanical parents, bad press, and Merck itself for contributing to the fallout.
The article ends with the hypothesis: "Or, maybe people just aren't ready for a cancer vaccine when it's for a sexually transmitted disease."
I think they're way off the mark.
The real reason Gardasil is a flop is that people have become educated about this vaccine.
They've looked at the science and weighed the risks vs. the supposed benefits, and have made a choice not to get it for themselves or their children.
The word is out: despite what the CDC would have you believe, Gardasil's safety record is in serious question. As of September 28, 2010, the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) has more than 18,000 Gardasil-related adverse events listed in it, including at least 65 deaths.
As a vaccine used in the developed world, the science speaks for itself: Gardasil can't – and never will -- replace Pap smears, which are the reason that the incidence of cervical cancer is so low in the United States after decades of including pap smears in routine medical care for women.
Today, cervical cancer is not even in the top 10 cancers that kill American women every year.
As a vaccine for children, it doesn't make sense to vaccinate to try to prevent an infection that is cleared from your body without any negative effects within two years in most healthy persons, and is not transmitted in a school setting like other airborne diseases that are easily transmitted in crowded conditions.
Gardasil is designed to prevent only two of at least 15 strains of HPV that can lead to cervical cancer in those who do not clear the virus from their body within two years and become chronically infected.
There is also some evidence that Gardasil-induced immunity may wane after about five years. Pre-licensure clinical trials did not follow young girls or women for decades to find out if the vaccine does, in fact, prevent cervical cancer.
What went wrong with Gardasil is that this may be a vaccine that set many more health care consumers on a course of self-education that helped them make an informed decision about whether or not to take it – and there are several good reasons why many are deciding NOT to take it.
Science vs. PoliticsFirst, the science: Peer-reviewed journal articles widely available on the Internet show that Gardasil is not what it was made out to be in the "one-less" TV commercials that jumped into people's living rooms a few years ago.
Consumers now know that:
- Gardasil is NOT a cancer vaccine. It is simply a vaccine for two strains of human papillomaviruses (HPVs) that in some instances can lead to cancer in some women (Gardasil's other two HPV strains are for genital warts, which don't cause cancer).
- Since there are at least 15 HPV strains that can lead to cancer, Gardasil-vaccinated girls can still get cervical cancer from other 13 HPV strains not contained in the vaccine.
- The vaccine doesn't work if you've already been infected with the HPV strains in the vaccine.
However, the real truth is that Gardasil's downfall has nothing to do with sex or money.
The Truth about HPV and CancerIt is important to distinguish between HPV and cancer: Just because you currently have HPV, or may have had the infection in the past, does NOT mean you have cancer or will get cancer.
HPV is NOT cancer. It is a viral infection that can lead to cancer in some people if the virus does not naturally clear from your body, as it does for most people within two years.
Some high risk factors for developing chronic HPV infection are:
- Co-infection with herpes, Chlamydia or HIV
- Long term birth control use
- Multiple births
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.
Genital HPV infection that is persistent, and more likely to lead to cancer, is most common in men and women who have had multiple sex partners. According to the CDC, other contributing risk factors to HPV infection that leads to cervical cancer includes smoking, having herpes, Chlamydia or HIV (the virus associated with AIDS), or another health problem that makes it hard for your body to deal with infections.
Using birth control pills for a long time (five or more years) or having given birth to three or more children is also a risk factor.
Also, certain populations in the US are more prone to getting cervical cancer. According to CervicalCancerCampaign.org:
"Cervical cancer occurs most often in certain groups of women in the United States including African-American women, Hispanic women, white (non-Hispanic) women living in rural New York State and northern New England, American Indian women, and Vietnamese-American women.
- Hispanic women have twice the rate of cervical cancer compared to non-Hispanic white women. African-American women develop this cancer about 50 percent more than non-Hispanic white women".
Official reports from the CDC and WHO estimate that between 11,000 and 12,000 women in the US are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, and 3,800 to 4,100 die from it.
About half of these women had never had a pap smear before they discovered they had cervical cancer. The majority of the others had not had a pap smear within the previous five years.
According to the CDC's report on HPV to Congress in 2004:
"Cervical cancer is an uncommon consequence of HPV infection in women, especially if they are screened for cancer regularly with pap tests and have appropriate follow-up of abnormalities.
The purpose of screening with the pap test is to detect cervical abnormalities that can be treated, thereby preventing progression to invasive cervical cancer, and also to detect invasive cervical cancer at a very early stage. If detected early and managed promptly, survival rates for cervical cancer are over 90 percent."
A study published in 2000 in the Archives of Family Medicine also showed that in the US, women who are elderly, unmarried, and uninsured are more likely to be diagnosed at a late stage of cervical cancer.
The Truth About GardasilAccording to a 2006 report to the international group Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), Gardasil and Cervarix (GlaxoSmithKline's two-strain HPV vaccine) are only effective in young women and men (boys are now approved to receive HPV vaccine) who have never been infected with HPV.
According to Merck's package insert on Gardasil, the end-point in its clinical trials for the vaccine's efficacy, or effectiveness, was NOT cancer, but instead was the presence, or non-presence, of vaccine-relevant pre-cancerous lesions (CIN 2/3).
There is absolutely no proof, and no clinical trials that show Gardasil protects against cancer in the long-term.
In fact, in clinical trials, Gardasil's protection against cell dysplasia leveled off at four years, and clinical trial participants were given afourth dose to boost the number of antibodies measured in the blood (immunogenicity) of those who got the vaccine. This is the efficacy being reported by Merck, even though the vaccine series is marketed as three shots, not four.
And, according to Dr. Diane Harper, a lead researcher for Gardasil, its efficacy against genital warts is only two years.
Additionally, according to the manufacturer's package insert:
- Gardasil does not eliminate the necessity for pap screening
- It does not treat active infections, lesions or cancers
- And it may not result in protection for all vaccinees
The "replacement" effect has happened with other infectious organisms that have developed resistance to vaccines used on a mass basis, such as pertussis (whooping cough) and pneumococcal vaccines.
The Truth about Gardasil's Clinical TrialsOnly 27 percent of girls who have received the Gardasil vaccine have gotten all three shots in the vaccine's series. Merck blames it on forgetfulness, and has launched a "reminder" program that contacts vaccinees, and urges them to complete the series.
CNN Money suggests that it has to do with the vaccine's high cost – just under $400 for a three-shot series, although some private doctors charge up to $875 for a three-shot series.
But neither has considered the third possibility – that the reported reactions girls are suffering after getting one or two shots of Gardasil are so severe that they decide not to go back for more.
In any drug trial, whether it's for a vaccine or not, safety should be the top priority – and Gardasil's safety should have been thoroughly investigated before it was licensed and put on the market and recommended by public health doctors for ALL young girls to use.
But Merck used bad methodology in its pre-licensure safety studies that did NOT contain a true placebo. In reporting systemic adverse reactions to the vaccine, instead of using a true placebo that is not reactive on its own, Merck used a vaccine component (aluminum) in what they called the "placebo."
Aluminum can cause inflammation in the body and can make your blood brain barrier more permeable, allowing toxins to pass into your brain and cause damage. It is definitely not appropriate to use an aluminum-containing "placebo" to measure the reactivity of an experimental vaccine like Gardasil that will be given to children.
Researchers did use a saline placebo in one clinical trial, but only reported it in reference to injection site reactions. In those comparisons, the saline placebo had significantly fewer reactions than either the vaccine or the aluminum-containing placebo.
When it came to reporting the actual adverse, systemic events with the vaccine, Merck combined the aluminum and saline placebos, thus making the "placebo" results nearly the same as the vaccine's – and impossible to objectively judge true safety comparisons.
This encouraged the perception that the vaccine is "safe" because the adverse events associated with it were nearly the same as the aluminum containing " placebo."
Another important outcome of the clinical trials that was not properly investigated before licensure was the potential association between the deaths that occurred in the clinical trials and the Gardasil vaccine.
A number of the girls who died during the trials were killed in car crashes. Yet, Merck did not report whether the girls were the drivers or passengers at the time of the accidents.
This could be critical information in determining the vaccine's true safety, since one of the most common post-marketing adverse events is syncope (sudden fainting) as well as dizziness, seizures, and neurological events that could have contributed to a car accident if the person had just received a Gardasil shot and was driving at the time of the accident.
The Truth about Gardasil and its Thousands of Injuries and DeathsThe federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) has been in place since 1986, but many experts believe that only 1 to 10 percent of all serious health problems that occur after vaccination, including hospitalizations, injuries and deaths, ever make it into the VAERS database.
Most doctors and other vaccine providers do not report vaccine-related adverse events to VAERS even though it is a requirement under federal law since 1986 with the passage of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act.
Gardasil was a "fast tracked" vaccine and with so little active reporting of Gardasil-related health problems to VAERS, this means that Gardasil should be on the red-alert list for agencies like the CDC, the FDA, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
Yet these three federal health agencies and medical organizations urging doctors to give Gardasil to children and young women have joined Merck in insisting that Gardasil is safe, despite mounting evidence to the contrary.
Gardasil victims and their parents have been posting their heart breaking stories on websites.
These tragic entries posted by Gardasil casualties is stark testify to the fact that something isn't right with this vaccine – and what isn't right is that the list of Gardasil victims just keeps growing.
The unfortunate fact is Merck only studied the vaccine in fewer than 1200 girls under age 16, and most of the serious health problems and deaths in the pre-licensure clinical trials were written off as a "coincidence."
And now, since those adverse reactions aren't listed as possible warning signs that the vaccine can cause harm, health officials are still ignoring them, even while girls die and others suffer ongoing, and often permanent, injuries and disabilities from it.
For example, a rough comparison of Gardasil and Menactra (a vaccine against meningitis) adverse event reports to VAERS through November 30, 2008 revealed that:
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least twice as many emergency room visit reports; 4 times more death reports; 5 times more "did not recover" reports; and 7 times more "disabled" reports.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with all of the reports of blood clots. All 23 reports of blood clots following Gardasil occurred when Gardasil was given alone without any other vaccines.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 4 times as many cardiac arrest reports. All 9 reports of cardiac arrest following Gardasil occurred when Gardasil was given alone without any other vaccines.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 6 times as many fainting reports and at least 3 times as many syncope reports.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 4 times as many lupus reports. 27 reports of lupus following Gardasil occurred when Gardasil was given alone.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 15 times as many stroke reports. 16 reports of stroke following Gardasil occurred when Gardasil was given alone.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 3 times as many syncope reports.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 33 times as many thrombosis reports. 34 reports of thrombosis following Gardasil occurred when Gardasil was given alone.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 5 times as many sasculitis reports. 11 reports of vasculitis following Gardasil occurred when Gardasiil was given alone.
- Compared to Menactra, receipt of Gardasil is associated with at least 30 times as many rechallenge reports, which involve a worsening of symptoms experienced after previous receipt of Gardasil.
As reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association in August 2009, Merck made 68 percent of the reports to VAERS and 89 percent of them had information that was too insufficient to review!
Is This a Vaccine that You Would Want?An editorial in the August 19, 2009 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) commented specifically on the risks and benefits of vaccinating with Gardasil, Merck's marketing of it, and the safety issues that are so obvious with this drug:
"When weighing evidence about risks and benefits, it is also appropriate to ask who takes the risk, and who gets the benefit,"the JAMA author said.
"Patients and the public logically expect that only medical and scientific evidence is put on the balance. If other matters weigh in, such as profit for a company or financial or professional gains for physicians or groups of physicians, the balance is easily skewed.
"The balance will also tilt if the adverse events are not calculated correctly."
The commentary is so poignant that it's a wonder that the mainstream media still hasn't' picked up on the impact of what this author is trying to say – that maybe, just maybe, people shouldn't be so quick to jump on the Gardasil bandwagon.
The JAMA commentary goes on to say that one of the core questions of all medical decisions should be: When is the available information about harmful adverse effects sufficient to conclude that the risks outweigh the potential benefits?
It's apparent that that question is in the minds of anyone who has really taken the time to study this vaccine.
What happened to Gardasil is that consumers looked at the science and lots of them made a choice to not use this vaccine.
And that, CNN Money, is why Gardasil is a flop.
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