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Consumer health group calls for scientific inquiry into safety of cervical cancer vaccines

Sunday, October 11, 2009
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
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(NaturalNews) Following the recent death of a UK teen after receiving the HPV vaccine (https://www.naturalnews.com/027151_cancer_cer...), and serious brain damage in another teen vaccine recipient (https://www.naturalnews.com/027188_NaturalNew...), the Alliance for Natural Health is calling on the UK Parliament to initiate an "independent and transparent scientific inquiry on the safety of the HPV vaccine."

While the pharmaceutical has been quick to blame all side effects and deaths on things other than the vaccine, an increasing number of parents and consumer watchdogs are alarmed by the reports of injury and death that occur within hours after receiving cervical cancer vaccinations.

Vaccinations are so widely believed to be safe and effective by conventional medical doctors that vaccines are now routinely approved without proper scientific testing of safety and efficacy. It's almost as if "science isn't needed anymore" because the pharmaceutical community simply declares all vaccines to be safe and effective as a matter of faith (in chemicals). Any evidence of harm from vaccines is immediately and routinely discarded for the simple reason that it conflicts with the "safe and effective" decree of the vaccine industry.

This behavior demonstrates classic circular logic: Vaccines are safe because we say they are, and all the evidence showing they might be dangerous is thrown out because it conflicts with our belief that vaccines are safe.

Truly, the depth of intellectual dishonesty at work in the vaccine industry is startling. To help shine some light on the real, scientifically-scrutinized dangers of vaccines, the Alliance for Natural Health hopes to generate sufficient public pressure to motivate the Members of Parliament to ask for a new scientific inquiry into the safety of these HPV vaccines.

Of course, any such inquiry will likely be stacked with pro-vaccine Big Pharma loyalists, and that could easily result in yet another intellectually dishonest review of the vaccines, but there's at least a chance that someone involved might decide to blow the whistle on the atrocious safety record of these dangerous, deadly vaccines.

Here's the official announcement from the Alliance for Natural Health (www.ANHcampaign.org):

Announcement from the ANH

Reports of serious and even lethal adverse reactions to the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine, Cervarix, manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, raises grave concern over the safety of the vaccine. While its closely related vaccine, Gardasil, manufactured by Merck, is recognised by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to trigger severe reactions, namely hospitalisation, permanent disability, life-threatening illness or death, equivalent data in the UK appears not to be publicly available.

In addition, the tragic case of 14-year-old Natalie Morton's death just two hours following her vaccination, which was considered by the pathologist in her post mortem as being completely independent of the vaccine, has raised further questions in the minds of many about the accuracy of reporting.

The role of the HPV vaccines in the development of disabling symptoms in the cases of Stacey Jones (18), Rebecca Ramagge (13), Lisa Wickenden (13), Carly Steel (13) and Ashleigh Cave (13), appears to be unresolved and circumstantial evidence would suggest that Cervarix may have been at least a contributing factor in their respective conditions.

Dr Diane Harper of the University of Missouri, who was directly involved in clinical trials on HPV vaccines, is among a growing number of scientists who have publicly expressed their concerns over the vaccines' safety.

Cervarix was approved for use in the European Union in September 2007 for the prevention of precancerous changes in the cervix in girls and women between the age of 10 and 25. The vaccination programme started in September 2008 for girls aged 12 to 13, delivered in three injections over 6 months. There is a new, accelerated catch-up programme for girls aged 15 to 18 years starting in September 2009, due to complete by end of the academic year 2010.

Given the number of girls, the lack of transparency on the frequency and type of adverse reactions, as well as the possibility of long-term effects on the reproductive system, the Alliance for Natural Health is requesting all Members of the UK Parliament to put pressure on the Government to initiate an independent and fully transparent scientific inquiry on the short and long term effect of the vaccine.

The Alliance for Natural Health is an international campaign organisation comprised of scientists, doctors, lawyers, practitioners and consumers, working to promote natural and sustainable approaches to health through the use of 'good science' and 'good law'.

Executive Director of the Alliance for Natural Health, Robert Verkerk, stated: "Young girls in the UK -- as well as their parents and guardians -- deserve to have the full facts on the risks and benefits of this vaccine to help them make properly informed choices. The NHS position is that the vaccine is safe, but the facts would suggest otherwise. Presently, there are no adequate data available on the comparative risks of Cervarix and Gardasil. Neither is there adequate information on the factors which may predispose certain individuals to serious adverse reactions, nor about the duration and effectiveness of immunity following single and multiple vaccinations. It is in the public interest -- and of utmost urgency -- that these key questions are answered by an independent scientific review panel and are made public."

Sources for this story include:
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The National Vaccine Information Center:

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