Gardasil aims to protect young people against four types of human papillomavirus, or HPV and cervical cancer which its proponents say it is something HPV could lead to. Which is a lie, as Dr. Genevieve Rail concluded that there is no evidence that the human papillomavirus can directly cause cervical cancer.
However, as with almost any vaccine, its lying propaganda has not been stopped and therefore this vaccine has been massively distributed to the population. But the truth is beginning to emerge, in this case, many reports of serious adverse effects have been reported after taking the vaccine.
Check out one of the stories that could be helpful in getting a hint of the adverse effects of this vaccine.
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Events like these, and with the birth of instant communication of independent character, we now see the reason why vaccines like Gardasil are beginning to lose massive support among informed people, including doctors who have begun to circulate information against vaccines in general. There are even some governments that are beginning to reject this vaccine, perhaps because of the extreme side effects it has caused.
For example, take this testimony of Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD, of the University of British Columbia where she works in the department of neuroscience and medicine:
“When one looks at the independent literature, so studies that are not sponsored by the vaccine manufacturers, um, so with relation to Gardasil there have been several reports documenting multiple sclerosis and encephalitis, which is brain inflammation, in girls who have received their Gardasil vaccine, so, just because a study sponsored by the manufacturers does not identify problems with the vaccine does not necessarily mean the vaccine is safe. Um, in fact if one looks at the manufacturer studies, they’re often not designed to detect serious adverse events. There was a study done by a group of researchers sponsored by Glaxo Smith and Kline and they were looking at Cervarix, which is another HPV vaccine, and the authors acknowledged that none of the studies that they evaluated have been designed to detect autoimmune diseases. So obviously, you’re not going to find what you’re not looking for. And in spite of these obvious flaws, they concluded that there is no evidence that Cervarix is associated with, um, increased risk for autoimmune diseases, and this is absurd because you haven’t looked for it, the study has not been designed to detect autoimmune diseases.”
For cases like the one just mentioned, in which a healthy person has severe side effects after the application of a vaccine, it is to be noted that the line that says, “vaccines are completely safe” is rather nothing but propaganda.
If you still have doubts about what we have pointed out, we recommend the following study published in the ‘Journal Immunologic Research’ that documents more concerns on HPV vaccines.
And for more detailed information, we recommend you see the movie ‘vaxxed’