For many years now, gardasil has been considered as one of the most dangerous vaccines on the market.
The worst part about this vaccine is the fact that its manufacturer, Merck & Co, wants to begin marketing their product to infants. Unfortunately, some trials on babies have already begun.
The manufacturer has already launched this treacherous vaccine on children at least one year old and it is set to conclude in early 2017.
Even if it sounds terrible and unbelievable, a vaccine for an STD has been launched to be tested on babies. It should be mentioned that gardasil was developed for HPV and the FDA approved it in 2006. According to one research, there may be a link between HPV and cervical cancer, which is why this disease became a concern in the 1980s.
Among all the other hypotheses that explain why HPV may not actually cause cancer, the most interesting one was expressed by McCormack et al in their paper published by the journal Molecular Cytogenetics in 2015.
Many other questions about the prevailing theory on the connection between HPV and cervical cancer were raised by the research team and it was all because it was not clear why only one out of every 10,000 women is affected by cervical cancer when HPV is present in 70 to 80% of the American adult population.
They claimed that HPV and genetic predisposition were not required at all for the development of cervical cancer. Moreover, it was discovered that all of the cervical cancer cells analyzed during the course of their study contained new abnormal karyotypes. This means that the cervical cancers developed due to karyotypes not due to a virus.
The size, number and shape of chromosomes within an organism are actually called karyotype. They named their theory the Karyotypic Speciation Theory, which essentially suggests that “carcinomas are generated de novo from cellular chromosomes, genes and proteins, which are not immunogenic in the host of origin (just like all other cancers).”
This theory actually explains that hypothetical cancer cells that are generated by viral proteins (such as HPV) would be eliminated by antiviral immunity.
In other words, the vaccine is totally useless because according to the researchers from the study, these changes to cell chromosomes were occurring independent of viral stimuli (which would be HPV), rather than because of it. Even after 25 years of research on the link between HPV and cancer, there are still no definitive answers on how or why it causes cancer.
On the other hand, there are many evidences that gardasil vaccine is very harmful for our organism. For instance, it has been discovered that this vaccine causes cervical cysts, crippling autoimmune diseases and even destroying women’s ovaries.
It was shocking when Merck recognized that they supposedly forgot to see how this vaccine will affect women’s reproductive system. Unfortunately, some have even died almost immediately following vaccination.
There are other concerns about this vaccine coming from industry professionals. For instance, Dr. Dianne Harper, a leading HPV researcher that was involved in the approval of Gardasil, has cautioned, “Gardasil has been associated with at least as many serious adverse events as there are deaths from cervical cancer developing each year.”
Giving this terrible vaccine to children is regarded not only as unwarranted, but as barbaric as well.