Vaccine industry targets adults: Gardasil HPV vaccine approved for adults 27 to 45


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(Natural News) The FDA just announced that Gardasil 9, a vaccine which purportedly protects against nine strains of human papillomavirus, has been approved for adults aged 27 to 45. Until now, the inoculation was aimed at children and young adults between the ages of nine and 26, but it seems nothing can stop Big Pharma from expanding their target population.

The HPV vaccine has been highly controversial since its debut; Gardasil and other shots like it have been linked to a bevvy of health issues, including paralysis. Dr. Robert Scott Bell, host of The Robert Scott Bell Show on Brighteon.com, contends, “Once again, thanks to the Fear and Death Administration, they’ve expanded the use of a vaccine — not ever having been run through clinical trials. Clinical trials that include double-blind, placebo-controlled testing to analyze its safety of efficacy.”

Bell states further that the HPV vaccine is “so worthless, that you’ll find out 20 or 30 years from now that it not only didn’t prevent cervical cancer, it probably causes it.”

According to Bell, falling HPV vaccination rates pushed Merck, the manufacturer of Gardasil 9, to even change their vaccination requirements. Previously, patients were given three rounds of inoculations, but failure to get all three shots pushed the company to change their guidelines. Now, just two shots are given; Bell basically suggests that this kind of “willy nilly” ruling about what and how many shots are effective just goes to show vaccine “science” is not as “settled” as the media makes it out to be.

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The HPV vaccine is a scam

Thankfully, the FDA’s approval is not a mandate, and as Live Science explains, just because the shot is approved by the government, doesn’t mean you need to get it. Live Science reports that there is one major caveat to Gardasil that often goes unacknowledged: The vaccine only works in people who haven’t already been exposed to HPV — and statistics show that the majority of American adults already have been in contact with the virus in one form or another.

Gypsyamber D’Souza, an epidemiologist at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, told Live Science further that while the FDA has approved Gardasil 9 for use in older adults, whether or not health organizations will actually recommended the jab for the 27-to-45 set has yet to be determined.

Of course, if any of these governing bodies ever looked into why the HPV vaccine should not be in use, the entire vaccine industry would collapse. The HPV vaccine has been linked to countless health atrocities in girls and young women. Earlier this year, a court ruling found that the Gardasil vaccine had killed an otherwise healthy 21-year-old woman. It took her family eight years  to win their case.

Recent research has also indicated that the FDA is working to conceal the dangers of HPV vaccines. Scientists say that women struggling with infertility, ovarian failure and amenorrhea may actually be suffering a vaccine injury from Gardasil. As reported:

The study, uninfluenced by pharmaceutical money, analyzed data on 8 million women aged 25-29 living in the U.S. from 2007 and 2014. According to the analysis, conception rates would have fallen by 2 million if 100 percent of the females in the study would have received the HPV vaccine. The study warns that the HPV vaccine has a negative influence on fertility and more research is “warranted.”

In spite of the obvious risks and ominous warnings, the FDA continues to approve the vaccine for use in more people. So not only is the vaccine ineffective, it actually hurts people too. You can learn more about the HPV vaccine and other inoculations at Vaccines.news.

Sources for this article include:

Brighteon.com

LiveScience.com


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