(Note from the Editor: We wrote this story back in 2015 but from the research we’ve done, no new studies have contradicted its findings. In fact, this vaccine continues to be incredibly dangerous. Please research BEFORE you vaccinate.)


Women who receive the Gardasil (HPV) vaccine may be more likely to be infected with the higher-risk strains of the virus than women who do not get the vaccine, according to a new study. But not to worry, you just have to get (you guessed it) more shots and you’ll survive. Or so they hope.

It seems that while the quadrivalent vaccine “is effective in protecting against four strains of HPV”1 you’ll need the next one to be fully protected, according to Fangjian Guo, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Texas Medical Branch (one of the researchers on the new study):

“However, the women who received the vaccine were more likely to be infected with other high-risk HPV strains not included in the vaccine. About 61 percent of the women who received the vaccine were infected with another type of high-risk HPV, compared with 40 percent of women who did not receive the vaccine. (HPV strains are considered “high risk” if they can cause cellular changes that can eventually lead to cancer.)”2


And according to Gretchen DuBeau, executive and legal director for Alliance for Natural Health, USA, this is where the danger lies:

“This vaccine is not safe, it’s not financially rational and it’s not necessary. So, essentially, we’ve manufactured a crisis and created a solution that’s very lucrative for many but harms our children. We’ve looked at over 300 studies that show children between the ages of 3 and 11 have the HPV virus in their bodies.

Some studies show they have it at birth, others, you’re looking at children that are preschool age, but the point is that we have a lot of … unanswered questions about the possibility of this virus being transmitted from mother to child at birth.

This is critical because when one is vaccinated with this vaccine and that person already has the HPV virus, it increases their chances of developing cervical and other cancers.

So, we are putting our children not only at risk in all of the ways we’ve already seen with the adverse events … the autoimmune conditions … but we’re also looking at the possibility of increasing, down the road, the likelihood that many of these children could develop additional cancers because of this vaccine … This is a huge issue. We have to ask these questions; we have to study this more carefully.”3

Talk about irresponsible. (Then again one of the current heads of Merck used to be to be head of the CDC. Talk about corruption! Merck and the CDC are so dirty you don’t have to dig far to find the skeletons.)

In 2018, with all the information we have about the Gardasil vaccine, I cannot imagine giving her (if I had a daughter) multiple jabs.

But it’s not just the study. One of Gardasil’s own researchers has come out against the vaccine:

“Dr. Diane Harper says young girls and their parents should receive more complete warnings before receiving the vaccine to prevent cervical cancer. Dr. Harper helped design and carry out the Phase II and Phase III safety and effectiveness studies to get Gardasil approved, and authored many of the published, scholarly papers about it. She has been a paid speaker and consultant to Merck. It’s highly unusual for a researcher to publicly criticize a medicine or vaccine she helped get approved.

Dr. Harper joins a number of consumer watchdogs, vaccine safety advocates, and parents who question the vaccine’s risk-versus-benefit profile. She says data available for Gardasil shows that it lasts five years; there is no data showing that it remains effective beyond five years.”4

And if that’s the case, why does the CDC recommend the series of shots be given to girls as young as 11-years old? (Money and corruption and greed.) Dr. Harper says, “If we vaccinate 11-year-olds and the protection doesn’t last… we’ve put them at harm from side effects, small but real, for no benefit. The benefit to public health is nothing, there is no reduction in cervical cancers, they are just postponed, unless the protection lasts for at least 15 years, and over 70% of all sexually active females of all ages are vaccinated.”5

As far back at 2009, Harper said that enough serious side effects had been reported after Gardasil use to make the vaccine “riskier than the cervical cancer it purports to prevent.”6

Good point.

I have a friend whose daughter was about to get married. She was in her mid-20s and her doctor pushed the Gardasil shot on her harder than you would even believe. The daughter was already living with her fiancee and explained to the doctor that they were monogamous, why would she need the vaccine? The doctors are no better than the “Pusherman” described in Curtis’ Mayfield’s song from the Superfly soundtrack (which coincidentally came out the same year I was hospitalized and nearly died from vaccines as an infant). You might think that’s a stretch but far too many doctors are only familiar with “sick care”, simply giving their “patients” the drugs they see on TV, rather than treating the actual cause.

This vaccine was dangerous in 2009, in 2015 and is still dangerous in 2018. Remember, educate yourself before you vaccinate.


  1. CBS News
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