HPV and Gardiasil
8 More Deaths Caused by Gardasil Bringing Total Number To 11
On October 8, 2007, Judicial Watch Released Analysis Of FDA Data Claiming Gardasil Vaccination Can Lead To Serious Health Problems, Death
According to Judicial Watch, 3,461 complaints about Gardasil have been filed with FDA's Vaccine Adverse Event Report System since its approval last year, and 11 women died after exposure to the vaccine. That is an additional 8 deaths since the last report of 3. The complaints about Gardasil have more than doubled compared to the original 1,637 adverse events reported by Alliance for Human Research Protection.
Alliance for Human Research Protection reports that of the original 1,637 adverse events 371 were serious reactions, including the three original deaths linked to Merck's vaccine. A female patient "died of a blood clot three hours after getting the Gardasil vaccine." Two other reports, on girls 12 and 19, reported deaths relating to heart problems and/or blood clotting.
Other serious side-effects reported included paralysis, Bells Palsy, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, and seizures. And of 42 women who were vaccinated with Gardasil while pregnant, 18 experienced complications, ranging from miscarriages to fetal abnormalities, according to new FDA data. One of the 18 women was diagnosed with an abnormal fetus, and a test conducted on another woman during her pregnancy showed an increased risk of fetal defect.
An article in the FW Daily News written on March 14, 2007 reported — A lead researcher, Diane M. Harper, who spent 20 years developing the vaccine for humanpapilloma virus states that the HPV vaccine is not for younger girls, and that it is "silly" for states to be mandating it for them.
Not only that, she says it's not been tested for effectiveness in younger girls, and administering the vaccine to girls as young as 9 may not even protect them at all. And, in the worst-case scenario, instead of serving to reduce the numbers of cervical cancers within 25 years, such a vaccination crusade actually could cause the numbers to go up.
"Giving it to 11-year-olds is a great big public health experiment," said Diane M. Harper, who is a scientist, physician, professor and the director of the Gynecologic Cancer Prevention Research Group at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth Medical School in New Hampshire.
"It is silly to mandate vaccination of 11- to 12-year-old girls. There is also not enough evidence gathered on side effects to know that safety is not an issue."
Harper is internationally recognized as a pioneer in the field and has been studying HPV and has been searching for a possible vaccine for several of the more than 100 strains of HPV for 20 years - most of her adult life.
When we have the lead researcher cautioning against vaccinating young girls I think we should take head and halt this experimental charade before more of our young girls die.
Pau d’ Arco safer than Gardasil for protection against and curing Human Papillomavirus
Human Papillomavirus or HPV is a virus that causes common warts, including genital warts, which can cause cervical cancer. According to scientific data only 1% of those infected with HPV will eventually get cervical cancer. Only 1%. That is such a very small percentage of the infected population that, in my opinion, it does not warrant millions of young children getting vaccinated with Gardasil, which has some extremely serious side-effects, including death. Equally important, Gardasil may not fully protect everyone and does not prevent all types of cervical cancer nor does it act against all strains of HPV, therefore, the vaccine is not 100% effective. Instead of taking needless risks with children’s lives by vaccinating them why don’t we use an antiviral herb that is proven to both protect and cure HPV without the devastating side-effects of Gardasil?
What is a virus?
A virus is simply a “poison” which provides the growth of microorganisms that are parasitic. “Virus” comes from a Latin word root meaning “poison,” hence viral infections are nothing but severe cases of “blood poisoning” making the body a perfect atmosphere for parasitic infestation. The parasites are minute, they have no independent metabolic activity and they can only replicate within a cell of a living plant or animal or human host.
Viral infections like the Human Papillomavirus that manifest on the skin indicates that the body’s blood and lymph fluids are toxic. When you cleanse the blood and lymph you are automatically boosting the immune system. Weakened immunity is always implicated in viral infections.
Antiviral herbs can be used to treat the Human Papillomavirus:
There are many antiviral herbs that can be taken to both prevent and eliminate HPV. Herbs that have been traditionally used specifically for HPV are: Garlic (Allium sativum), Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis), Thuja (Thuja occidentalis), Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis), and Pau d’ Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa).
Of those listed above the antiviral herb Pau d’ Arco, also known as Lapacho, and Taheebo, has actually been proven to both prevent and cure HPV with added bonuses: it is also antibacterial, anticancerous, anticandida, antifungal, and antiparastic.
Pau d’Arco research:
The wonders of Pau d Arco have been known for years. Dr. Joaquin Almeida Pinto, in the year 1873, wrote, "Pau D'Arco: Medicinal Properties: prescribed as a fever-reducer the bark is used against ulcers, also used for venereal and rheumatic disorders and especially useful for skin disorders, especially eczema, herpes and the mange".
In the late 1960’s Dr. Walter Accorsi of the Municipal Hospital in Santo Andre, Brazil, and Dr. Theodoro Meyer actually proved Pau d’ Arco’s healing ability on viral warts. They recommended Pau d'Arco tea for the treatment of many diseases including all diseases of a viral nature including warts.
Dr. Theodoro Meyer in Argentina tried for decades with little success to convince the medical world of the value of Pau d' Arco for both viral infections and cancer. Fortunately his research was continued by Dr. Mowry, Director of the Mountainwest Institute of Herbal Sciences, in Salt Lake City, Utah. According to Dr. Mowry one of the strongest actions of Lapacho (Pau d’ Arco) is against viruses.
Dr. Mowry further states that the range of viruses inactivated by Lapacho extends from those that cause the common cold to those that are responsible for AIDS. It has been shown to actively inhibit, kill or stunt the growth of several dangerous viruses, including herpes virus hominis types I and II, polio virus, vesicular stomatitis virus, avian myeloblastosis virus, rauscho murine leukemia virus, friend virus, and rous sarcoma virus. Several other viruses are also inhibited as well.
Added health benefits of taking Pau d’ Arco:
Dr. Theodoro Meyer; an award winning botanist from Argentina, died in 1972 after years of frustrating attempts to convince the scientific world of the great value of Pau d'arco. Research today has shown that Pau d' Arco contains a natural antibacterial agent, has a healing effect on the entire body, cleanses the blood, and kills viruses. It builds the immune system and nerves, and increases resistance to disease.
It is used for AIDS, allergies, all infections and inflammations, anemia, asthma, arthritis, arteriosclerosis, as a blood builder, bronchitis, all types of cancer, candidia, colitis, cystitis, diabetes, eczema, gastritis, Hodgkin’s' disease, liver disease, leukemia, lupus, malaria, multiple sclerosis, nephritis, pain, Parkinson’s' disease, polyps, prostatitis, psoriasis, rheumatism, ringworm, skin cancer; skin sores, spleen infections, ulcers including varicose ulcers, varicose veins, warts, wounds.
How to use Pau d’ Arco:
Pau d’ Arco tea or tincture can be used daily as a preventative whenever the chances for contracting HPV infections are high.
Pau d’ Arco taken as a boiled tea two or three times per day if infected with HPV until the virus clears. Add 1 heaping teaspoonful of the bark to 8 ounces of water to make one cup of the tea. Or use Pau d’ Arco extract and follow directs given by manufacturer.
Pau d’ Arco as a tea or as a tincture taken a few times a week will promote a healthy immune system which in turn helps prevent the onset of viral infections.
Serious side-effects of Pau d’ Arco:
No serious side-effects have been reported. Do not use Pau d’ Arco if you are pregnant. If presently taking any medications check herb/pharmaceutical interactions before using this or any herb.
Dr. Theodoro Meyer of Argentina
Dr. Mowry, Director of the Mountainwest Institute of Herbal Sciences, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr. Mowry is known primarily for his efforts to bring scientific data about herbal medicine to the attention of the American public