The Gardasil boomerang

Ladies, parents, you’ve been lied to, you’ve been sold a bill of goods – and you’ve been poisoned. The latest study shows that while the HPV vaccine Gardasil “protects” against four strains of HPV it simultaneously puts vaccinated women at a 21% increased risk for becoming infected with other high cancer risk HPV viruses – and consequently develop cervical cancer. In fact, women who have not had the Gardasil vaccine at all actually had 40% lower HPV infection rates along with corresponding lower cervical cancer risk than the unlucky dupes that rolled up their sleeves. So, what do the experts say about this latest debacle? That their hapless victims now need yet another vaccine to cover a few more of the known HPV virus types. Keep in mind that there are 80 known HPV strains and some of those have not been researched and could be just as nasty – or even worse- than the nine HPV strains that are now targeted by vaccination. Don’t believe me? Find and read the UT Galveston study abstract presented to latest meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.

Yet another deadly shot in the dark...

Yet another deadly shot in the dark

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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One Response to The Gardasil boomerang

  1. Sandy Napier says:

    I had a friend who read up on this vaccine, because she was being pressured to get it for her 11-year-old. She finally decided to make her daughter get the vaccine. When I asked her why, she replied, “Oh, because…it was just…easier.” We stopped being friends that day. After I let her have it with both barrels.

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