Lab finds HPV DNA in Blood of Gardasil Recipient 2 Years Post-Vaccination
Gardasil victim found to have HPV DNA in her blood 2 Years Post-Vaccination
13 different vaccine vials – 13 different lots of Gardasil from around the world tested: Results – 100% contamination with HPV Recombinant DNA.
SANE Vax Inc. contracted with an independent lab to test for contamination and found HPV recombinant DNA (rDNA) in 13 vaccine vials. The Gardasil vials with different lot numbers were from New Zealand, Australia, Spain, Poland, France and three states in the U.S. 100% of the samples tested positive for the presence of the genetically modified HPV DNA.
Dr. Sin Hang Lee, a pathologist at the Milford Hospital pathology laboratory well-known for using cutting-edge DNA sequencing for molecular diagnoses, was initially contracted to examine a single sample of Gardasil for possible contamination. This sample tested positive for recombinant HPV-11 and HPV-18 residues, both of which were firmly attached to the aluminum adjuvant.
In a certified letter mailed to FDA Commissioner, Dr. Margaret Hamburg on August 29, 2011, SANE Vax Inc. requested ‘the FDA investigate the extent of the HPV DNA contamination in the Gardasil HPV4 vaccine currently on the market and take appropriate actions to ensure public safety regarding future shipments.’ 1.
Why Did SANE Vax Inc. Investigate Possible Gardasil Contamination?
The mother of a sexually naïve adolescent girl who developed acute onset Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis within 24 hours of her last injection of the Gardasil™ series contacted SANE Vax Inc. looking for more information.
In an effort to help her now very sick daughter the mother went to an MD practicing naturopath who conducted a toxicity test that eventually found HPV DNA in the girl’s blood. The significance of this finding is that it is highly unusual to find HPV DNA in the blood. HPV, if present in the body, exists in the epithelial (skin and mucosa) membranes. HPV or its DNA, by itself does not survive for any great length of time in the bloodstream. Why was the HPV DNA in her bloodstream two years post-vaccination?
Natural vs. Recombinant DNA
According to Dr. Lee, “‘Natural HPV DNA does not remain in the bloodstream for very long. However, the HPV DNA in Gardasil™ is not ‘natural’ DNA. It is a recombinant HPV DNA (rDNA) – genetically engineered – to be inserted into yeast cells for VLP (virus-like-particle) protein production. rDNA is known to behave differently from natural DNA. It may enter a human cell, especially in an inflammatory lesion caused by the effects of the aluminum adjuvant, via poorly understood mechanisms.
“Once a segment of recombinant DNA is inserted into a human cell, the consequences are hard to predict. It may be in the cell temporarily or stay there forever, with or without causing a mutation. Now the host cell contains human DNA as well as genetically engineered viral DNA.”
What is a Recombinant DNA Virus?
Recombinant DNA (rDNA) refers to novel DNA molecules engineered by joining natural or synthetic DNA segments to other DNA molecules so that they can replicate in a living cell. The possibility for these replicable forms of DNA as uncertain toxic substance or as environmental hazard has been a concern since rDNA technology was invented in 1973. Thus, rDNA is considered a potential biohazard, and NIH has mandated that research institutions monitor and regulate its use.2.
All recombinant or genetically engineered DNAs are considered potential biohazards if injected intramuscularly into the body. Merck’s Gardasil™ HPV4 vaccine is administered intramuscularly – as are many other vaccines. However, Gardasil™ is the first vaccine found to be contaminated by a genetically engineered DNA used to manufacture virus-like particle proteins for the vaccine.
SANE Vax Inc. believes the FDA should have required Merck to test for, evaluate and quantify the risks of residual recombinant HPV DNA in Gardasil™ before granting approval for marketing the vaccine. SANE Vax Inc. believes the FDA should require every lot of Gardasil™ be tested for residual HPV DNA prior to shipment.
Gardasil Patient Product Insert Stated No Viral DNA’s in the Vaccine.
In fact, Merck’s Gardasil™ Patient Product Inserts stated that there is ‘no viral DNA’ in the Gardasil vaccine. That is until April 2011 – when the line was glaringly absent from U.S. product inserts. 3.
The European Medicines Agency on line literature still states: ‘Gardasil is an adjuvanted non-infectious recombinant quadrivalent vaccine prepared from the highly purified virus-like particles (VLP’s) of the major capsid L1 protein of HPV types 6, 11, 16 and 18. The VLP’s contain no viral DNA; they cannot infect cells, reproduce or cause the disease.’ 4.
SANE Vax Inc.’s research found that 100% of the 13 samples tested were contaminated with viral HPV DNA residue, including a synthetic construct for HPV11 major capsid protein L1 gene, a recombinant DNA genetically engineered specifically for manufacturing of the Gardasil vaccine. All DNA residue discovered was firmly attached to the insoluble aluminum adjuvant in the vaccine, requiring a new protocol for detection.5
Dr. Lee firmly stated: “Based on medical literature and some of the FDA/Merck’s own publications, adventitious (coming from an outside source) DNA in an injectable protein-based vaccine may increase the risk of autoimmune disorders and gene mutation which may lead to malignancies.”
Merck, the FDA, CDC and the NCI Owe Medical Consumers Answers
SANE Vax Inc. wants to know how many adolescents who have suffered adverse reactions post Gardasil vaccination have HPV DNA in their blood. What are the medical ramifications should HPV DNA remain in the bloodstream for an extended period of time?
Does the aluminum adjuvant become the carrier for HPV DNA causing said DNA to remain in the blood and/or organs for an extended length of time?
Since viral DNA cannot replicate by itself (it needs a host cell) what happens if genetically engineered viral DNA enters a human host cell?
How will this now ‘genetically-engineered cell’ replicate? Will it mutate the host cell leading towards cancer?
How will genetically engineered cells affect the reproductive health of future generations?
How does the immune system react to the detection of a combination viral DNA and human DNA in what was once a ‘normal’ cell? Will the immune system fight the now genetically engineered human cell?
Medical consumers need to have these questions answered by Merck, the FDA, CDC, and NCI.
SANE Vax Inc.’s Position
SANE Vax Inc. believes the FDA and Merck should be transparent and tell medical consumers the potential health impacts the contaminant HPV DNA has brought upon the vaccinated children of the world. High rates of autoimmune disorders, 380 reports of abnormal pap tests, 137 reports of cervical dysplasia, and 41 reports of cervical cancer including Carcinoma in situ or Cervix carcinoma or Cervix carcinoma stage 0 or Cervix carcinoma stage I or Cervix carcinoma stage III 6 warrants an immediate investigation into Gardasil’s™ safety and efficacy.
SANE Vax Inc. believes the FDA and Merck should have tested, evaluated and quantified the risk of the residual recombinant HPV DNA in Gardasil™ before vaccine approval.
SANE Vax Inc. believes that both the FDA and Merck were at least negligent and perhaps fraudulent when claiming there was ‘no HPV (viral) DNA’ in the Gardasil™ vaccine.
1. SANE Vax Inc. Letter to FDA Requesting Investigation into Gardasil Contamination
2. Policy on the use of Bio-hazardous Agents and Recombinant DNA in Research and Teaching Laboratories at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
3. Gardasil™ Patient Product Insert
4. EMEA Scientific Discussion on Gardasil
5. Gardasil Contaminants by Country
6. VAERS Data
Does the CDC and FDA and Julie Gerberding of Merck have any idea what its like to have a child gravely ill from getting gardasil vaccine?!! They don't have any idea. I do. For a year and a half we thought my child would die-we were told she probably would die. We started praying and asking churches and strangers to pray for her. I wheeled her into a Chinese doctor/herbalist after conventional medicine didn't appear to help soon enough. He said she was poisoned and needed detoxed; she drank the nasty tasting herbs prepared for her. Almost 4 years later she's alive and much better. She may never be quite the same as she was before gardasil vaccines but she's alive and I'm very thankful.
Posted by: bee | June 08, 2012 at 10:43 PM
What else is in there? Mycoplasmas were found (serology
positive) in Vaers 278503,she developed Guillain Barre Syndrome.
had auto-immune Hemolytic Anemia,Hgb is only 5,Mycoplasma
and Serum ANA positive.
Vaers 311177 had Respiratory distress,Mycoplasma Pneumoniae
(lung)which can be transferred to others by air-borne route.
Mycplasmas are very small,they do not stain,difficult to culture,serology test needed to diagnose an infection.
Posted by: oneVoice | January 20, 2012 at 12:30 PM
Who is going to provide these answers? Merck,CDC,FDA or NCI?
We need to be aware that auto-immune disorders like Lupus,
Arthritis and Diabetes are rising,specially in the last ten
years.It appears the immune system is damaged and attacking itself.Immune system can not determine what is healthy,what
is infected,what is cancerous and which cells to attack.
If your daughter have received this aluminum/boric acid/
polysorbate/yeast/rDNA genetically engineered vaccine you
may want to do some DNA antibody testing,called ANA test
Anti-nuclear antibody test.Auto-immune disorders will continue to rise.Do not let your kids used as guinea pigs.
Posted by: oneVoice | October 01, 2011 at 11:21 AM
Not about Gardasil, but about a possible adventitious agent in another vaccine: http://www.documentary-film.net/aids/originsofaids.php
Posted by: Carol | September 14, 2011 at 02:02 PM
I think R. Maddow on MSNBC should be sent a copy of thid article.
Maybe if she reads it she will look into it more and if she finds that the article is fact she will go on the air and say she is sorry and may help our cause.
Posted by: Walter Constantine | September 14, 2011 at 12:10 AM
Hi Garbo.There is L-histidine in it,this is a pre-curser to histamin.I wonder if the injected girls immune system is
producing an L-histidine/histamine antibody.Fertlised ova
usually implants at about day 5 in the endometrium and histamin levels will rise as to allow the maternal endometrium to accept this fertlized egg to get implanted and get established with the placenta and grow.Now if we have an antibody to histamine or an auto-immune reaction takes place against the rising histamin levels(by the immune
system)then it will be nearly impossible for the egg to implant.This is my concern,I guess answers will need to be
found to this question,by independent researchers.The future
will also gives us this answer,once the gardasil girls grow up and plan to have a family.The other issue is the polysorbates and the boric acid which can contribute to
ovary damage,the aluminum adjuvant is also a cellular and
Posted by: oneVoice | September 13, 2011 at 06:43 AM
How many girls have been given HPV from this stupid shot made by stupid, stupid, greedy people? One has to wonder what else is in there. Has anyone tested for HCG/HCG antibodies? Has anyone been able to come up with a denominator for the number of patients given the vaccine? Can we extrapolate that based on CDC's finding that only half the eligibles are getting the vax, that half the "shipped" supply is going unused and the denominator should reflect a number that's half the one being used by CDC/HHS/FDA in calculating vax injury rate? Is anyone in charge there finding out WHY so many of those who do get vaxxed are only getting one dose rather than three? Is it because of reactions to the first dose that they forego the others? It's a bloody outrage that the government can be so cavalier with our children!
Posted by: Garbo | September 12, 2011 at 03:02 PM
My post to Dr. Jamison didn't make it up. If it's because of that last link I provided, feel free to delete that portion of my comment. The information contained within that link, however, is very well researched, which is why I put it up there (with apologies as to the link name itself).
Posted by: Bayareamom | September 12, 2011 at 01:07 PM
see, I told you, you can't green a vaccine!
Posted by: kathy blanco | September 12, 2011 at 12:40 AM
Somewhere, someone at the National Cancer Institute is saying to someone at the FDA's CBER: "You want the truth?! You can't handle the truth!"
Posted by: Garbo | September 11, 2011 at 04:49 PM
I apologize for not following up on the links you provided previously and I can't locate them now.
Please re-post them and I'll review them.
Posted by: William Jamison | September 11, 2011 at 04:12 PM
Response to Dr. Lee's response:
Dr. Lee writes: "(t)he readers of this website may like to read the exchange of open letters between Lee and Schiffman of the NCI (7, 8) in the Journal and a rebuttal rejected for publication by its editorial board (9)."
I reviewed this exchange and found that Dr. Lee's letter demonstrated some fundamental misunderstandings about HPV. For example, he raised the concern that HPV type 52 is the most prevalent oncogenic HPV type in the US population and that the current vaccines do not prevent infection with HPV type 52. Thus, he concludes that the current vaccines will not be highly effective for reducing/controlling cervical cancer incidence. As Dr. Schiffman points out in his reply to Dr. Lee, different HPV genotypes exhibit different oncogenic potentials, and that HPV types 16 and 18, which have higher oncogenic potential than type 52, are more prevalent in cervical cancer, even though they may not be the most prevalent types detected on examination in the general population.
The response goes on to say that "Dr. Lee does not believe the editorial board of “Vaccine” would ever publish a manuscript introducing a method to detect HPV DNA bound to aluminum adjuvant in the near future."
My reaction to this comment is that the journal Vaccine most definitely would be interested in publishing solid data to indicate that a currently approved vaccine may be associated with transfer of HPV genetic material to vaccine recipients. However, in addition to Dr. Lee's data, the journal would also require solid evidence of the accuracy and integrity of the assay Dr. Lee used to generate that data. If Dr. Lee is unable to provide such evidence, then of course the journal would be less likely to publish his findings.
A third portion of Dr. Lee's response states that "(t)he FDA has the authority to challenge Dr. Lee’s test results, or to conduct its own tests to prove that there is no HPV DNA in Gardasil™ at all, then to charge Dr. Lee in court for instigating a needless public anxiety."
The FDA is unlikely to engage in litigation of Dr. Lee for raising a concern about the vaccine. This is a free society, and Dr. Lee has the right to raise a concern. If the concern he raises is without merit, it would most likely be ignored, not prosecuted.
Lastly, Dr. Lee writes "I think the writer should ask the FDA to take action, rather than questioning the controls used for the study. Does he know a control that can be used to validate the study?"
The normal control for this type of study would include all of the reagents used in the assay, including the carrier used for sample preparation, but lacking any sample material. Importantly, due to the exquisite sensitivity of all PCR-based assays, careful attention must be paid to the possibility of laboratory contamination.
Posted by: William Jamison | September 11, 2011 at 04:05 PM
Dr. Lee’s response to the above comment is as follows:
The methodology used for detection of HPV DNA has been published in Europe (1-6) after all the manuscripts were rejected by major medical journals based in the United States. The first journal that rejected publication of this DNA sequencing-based method for HPV testing is Obstetrics and Gynecology, the official journal of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, who now promotes a virology-based agenda for cervical cancer prevention in this country. The readers of this website may like to read the exchange of open letters between Lee and Schiffman of the NCI (7, 8) in the Journal and a rebuttal rejected for publication by its editorial board (9). Dr. Lee does not believe the editorial board of “Vaccine” would ever publish a manuscript introducing a method to detect HPV DNA bound to aluminum adjuvant in the near future. The FDA has the authority to challenge Dr. Lee’s test results, or to conduct its own tests to prove that there is no HPV DNA in Gardasil™ at all, then to charge Dr. Lee in court for instigating a needless public anxiety. I think the writer should ask the FDA to take action, rather than questioning the controls used for the study. Does he know a control that can be used to validate the study?
1. Lee S H, Vigliotti VS, Vigliotti JS, Pappu S. Routine human papillomavirus genotyping by DNA sequencing in community hospital laboratories. Infect Agent Cancer 2007; 2:11.
2. Lee S H, Vigliotti VS, Pappu S. Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection among women in a representative rural and suburban population of the United States. Inter J Gyn Ob. 2009; 105:210-214.
3. Lee S H, Vigliotti VS, Pappu S. Molecular tests for human papillomavirus (HPV), Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in liquid-based cytology specimen. BMC Women’s Health 2009; 9:8.
4. Lee S H, Vigliotti VS, Vigliotti JS, Pappu S. Validation of human papillomavirus genotyping by signature DNA sequence analysis. BMC Clin Pathol 2009; 9:3.
5. Lee S H, Vigliotti VS, Pappu S. Signature sequence validation of human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV-16) in clinical specimens. J Clin Path. 2010;63:235-239.
6. Lee SH. Guidelines for the use of molecular tests for the detection and genotyping of human papilloma virus from clinical specimens. In series Methods in Molecular Biology, volume Diagnosis of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. C. MacKenzie and B. Henrich, Eds. J. Walker, Series Ed. Humana Press. In Press 2011.
7. Lee SH. From human papillomavirus to cervical cancer. Obstet Gynecol 2010; 116:1221-2. (see attached copy)
8. Schiffman M, Wentzensen N. From human papillomavirus to cervical cancer. In Reply to a Letter to the Editor. Obstet Gynecol 2010; 116:1221-2. (see attached copy)
9. Lee SH. Rejected rebuttal to Reply From human papillomavirus to cervical cancer. (see attached manuscript)
Dr. Lee provided several attachments that are available upon request as they cannot be posted here. Email [email protected] to request attachments.
Posted by: SANEVAX | September 11, 2011 at 05:25 AM
Thanks for letting us know. Very disturbing.
Posted by: Justin Reilly, esq. | September 11, 2011 at 12:07 AM
We need independent researchers to find answers to these valid questions.As we can see we can not trust the information that is coming from Merck.The vaccine contains more than just highly purified "virus like particles" (VLPs),it contains genetically engineered DNA that is manufactured in a yeast system.Attached to the aluminum adjuvant and mixed with polysorbates,which has the capability to move through the blood brain barrier.Boric acid also a detergent type emulsifier will increase the
permeator capability of polysorbates.This vaccine needs to be withdrawn from the market.What is going to happen to the
girls down the road?How is it going to effect their children
if they become pregnant?What is a persistent HPV DNA will do
in their body over time??? Now you know why big pharma asked
for a blanket immunity from the federal government to market
their "wonder vaccine".It is a disaster in the making with
rising auto-immunity,neurological reactions,paralysis,blindness,leukemia,chronic ill health,pain and suffering.Shame on Merck,Shame on FDA.
Posted by: oneVoice | September 10, 2011 at 10:52 PM
I believe that Merck is doing this on purpose. This is another way to "advance" science using our children as guinea pigs. That "a few" of them (their words) have adverse effects is of no interest to them. And since our government has taken any penalty out of their way, they can do so with complete immunity. Actually, I would say that the government is promoting that type of behavior..
Posted by: Anna | September 10, 2011 at 09:37 PM
Those are extremely valid concerns and questions, Dr. Jamison. Until that information, however, reaches the public, you cannot dismiss the plethora of adverse events pouring into the VAERS database post vaccination with Gardasil. Perfectly healthy girls are experiencing horrendous adverse events post one, two or three doses of Gardasil. There is NO such thing as coincidence, Dr. Jamison. Something is causing these girls (and now young boys), to suffer so desperately after receiving this vaccine.
Question to you, Dr. Jamison: HAVE you reviewed the Truth About Gardasil website? Did you bother to review either one of the links I posted earlier? If you have, I'd would very much like to read your comments.
Posted by: Bayareamom | September 10, 2011 at 05:24 PM
to William Jamison:
Good suggestion, but the fact that testing without controls gives positive results in all subjects tested is a an immediate cause for grave concern about the safety of Gardasil. FDA should put a hold on Gardasil until replication of the testing is done on others.
Posted by: Jim Thompson | September 10, 2011 at 05:11 PM
To William Jamison,
If you check out his website, Dr. Lee has already submitted results of HPV genotype testing for peer review. He is also writing a chapter for a textbook on the techniques used.
Chapter: Lee SH. Guidelines for the use of molecular tests for the detection and genotyping of human papilloma virus from clinical specimens. In series Methods in Molecular Biology, volume Diagnosis of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. C. MacKenzie and B. Henrich, Volume Eds. J. Walker, Series Ed. Humana Press. In Press 2011.
"This would go a long way toward dispelling the skepticism that's generated when you merely say "I performed a study and found that all of the specimens I examined contained HPV DNA", without providing any proof whatsoever to back it up beyond your say-so."
From what I read, the results are being offered to the FDA. It seems you've been misinformed.
"If you really are a scientist, you'll know that what I say is true. Submit it for peer review."
It would really help if you didn't faithfully assume that the trash talk on pseudo skeptic blogs was actually accurate, scientific or logical. Since I suspect you're not really here for an honest discussion, I'm sure you know what I mean.
Posted by: Schwartz | September 10, 2011 at 05:01 PM
To Dr. Lee:
What controls were used in your study?
If the work was performed properly, why not submit it for possible publication in a peer-reviewed journal, such as "Vaccine"?
This would go a long way toward dispelling the skepticism that's generated when you merely say "I performed a study and found that all of the specimens I examined contained HPV DNA", without providing any proof whatsoever to back it up beyond your say-so.
If you really are a scientist, you'll know that what I say is true. Submit it for peer review.
Posted by: William Jamison | September 10, 2011 at 04:13 PM
I would like to suggest that Sane Vax or some other organisation could begin a study of children vaccinated with Gardasil versus unvaccinated with Gardasil and watch for the development of cancers or other anticipated problems. Those of us who wish for parents to take more interest in vaccines might be able to get parents to sit up and pay attention if danger of cancer could be shown.
Posted by: Cherry Sperlin Misra | September 10, 2011 at 01:52 PM
This is the lab that performed the tests.
The FDA has known about this testing for over 5 years. They've surprisingly never wanted to do it.
HPV vaccination is entirely unnecessary if you can genotype the HPV infection. It is only RECURRING HPV infection of the same strain that leads to cervical cancer. Detection and treatment is still the most effective way of preventing the cancer.
Posted by: Schwartz | September 10, 2011 at 01:51 PM
Kudos to Sanevax, contamination is the vaccine manufacturers Achilles heal. The market will reject the vaccine if they think it may be unsafe. Not long ago, only the manufacturers themselves and specialized research organizations had the capacity to perform these sorts of tests. Technological advances have brought the cost down making the tests affordable to independent watchdogs.
Due to their liability shield, the manufacturers have very little incentive to prevent this sort of contamination. Most vaccine technology rests not on understanding the precise mechanism of action, but observing that the vaccine appears to produce the intended results. The shot is administered, antibodies are produced, the shot doesn’t kill the recipient. The vaccine is considered successful, despite the fact they have no idea what other side effects result from either the intended components or contaminants. While this risk may be acceptable in the middle of a small pox pandemic, it makes absolutely no sense regarding theoretical protection against a disease some people might get thirty years done the road.
The public is already starting to get this. The widespread rejection of the H1N1 vaccine and the disappointing Gardasil sales are two recent examples. We had the rotavirus vaccine pig virus contamination last year, now this. It is probable that every vaccine suffers from this type of contamination; organizations like Sanevax just need to keep looking.
Posted by: Jeff C | September 10, 2011 at 01:14 PM
The story lets us on to the fact that there's toxicity test that can find HPV DNA in the blood. I'm sure the CDC and the FDA won't be telling us about that anytime soon. If I want to get this test for my daughter (just got #2), what should I ask for???
Posted by: Curtis | September 10, 2011 at 12:40 PM
Hmm... makes me wonder why mercury was found in my son's blood (not hair or urine) seven months after his last round of vaccines (with two of those shots containing thimerosal). Ethylmercury is supposed to "clear from the bloodstream in 7-10 days"!
Posted by: anonymous | September 10, 2011 at 10:57 AM
A bit off topic but Contagion review...
....Still, "Contagion" deserves praise for taking the scientific method seriously when so much hogwash is floated about regarding vaccines.
...One aspect of the film is befuddling. Alan Krumwiede (Jude Law) is a popular blogger with conspiracy theories about the government's ties with drug companies. His concerns are ominous but unfocused.
Does he think drug companies encourage viruses? The blogger subplot doesn't interact clearly with the main story lines and functions mostly as an alarming but vague distraction.
thank goodness the government is not involved with drug companies....
Former CDC Director, Dr. Julie Gerberding, discusses the Hanna Poling Case.....
Dr. Gerberding in now President of Merck Vaccines, the corporation she once was expected to regulate.
Posted by: cmo | September 10, 2011 at 10:55 AM
By the way, do you know what is the other vaccine that uses the same recombinant technology in yeast cells as Gardasil?
The Hep B vaccine.
So, now not only does the Hep B vaccine contains a hefty dose of aluminum and 1-5% residual yeast protein, now it might also be containing viral contaminant, maybe recombinant Hep B?
Raise your hand, who has a child with abnormal immune response against saccharomyces (yeast)? Mine does.
Raise your hand, who has a child with chronic elevated liver enzymes? Mine does.
Anyone with a mastocytoma near the injection site on the thigh? (Mine does.)
And, did it occur to anyone that giving a vaccine containing residual yeast protein to a one day old baby, BEFORE his/her gut was colonized, could train his/her immune system to overreact to this organism instead of treating it like a normal habitant of the gut? Could this be contributing to inflamatory bowel syndromes seen in autism?
And what other viral contaminants are in there? Recombinant technocolgies usually use vectors, and guess what vectors are based on? Retroviruses, typically murine ones.
Maybe Paul Offit would know?
Posted by: Karin | September 10, 2011 at 09:33 AM
SANE Vax asks some very critical questions .. deserving urgent answers .. regarding the unknown consequences (cancer, mutation of genes, reproductive health of future generations, etc) should HPV DNA remain in the bloodstream for an extended period of time.
Obviously, common sense dictates these questions should have been asked and answered BEFORE the vaccine was approved and recommended by public health agencies for an entire generation of children .. worldwide.
In addition, these very same questions should have been addressed by the majority of the US Supreme Court that decided vaccine manufacturers would not be held accountable in State and Federal Courts for NOT ASKING THEM.
Posted by: Bob Moffitt | September 10, 2011 at 06:59 AM
For acute injuries, it appears that the recipients of Gardasil are human guinea pigs. And now for chronic injuries it appears that they are also human guinea pigs.
The “Merck Documents Revealed in Court Evidence” included a statement that “we may need to seek them out and destroy them where they live…” was in regard to doctors that raised issues of concern regarding vaccine injuries. Ironically it may be their motto in regard to children.
Possibly Julie Gerberding, former director of the CDC/current president of Merck vaccines sales, will say that these children have “autoimmune like” symptoms and “malignant like” symptoms.
Merck Documents Revealed in Court Evidence:
Posted by: Jim Thompson | September 10, 2011 at 06:40 AM