The latest statistics on injuries and deaths linked to the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil, for instance, were recently compiled and published, and the staggering figures illustrate this point very clearly. As presented by Leslie Carol Botha on July 15 on her website, Holy Hormones Journal, the number of adverse events reported in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), now top 30,000 just for HPV vaccines.
Since it is generally recognized that as little as one percent of all adverse events and deaths are actually reported to VAERS, this number is likely far higher, with potentially hundreds of thousands of serious adverse events and many more deaths attributed to HPV vaccines that have not been officially reported to the government.
We may never know, in other words, the true number of injuries and deaths caused by HPV vaccines, not to mention the many other vaccines out there that are forced on the masses without any warning of their potential side effects.
"It is estimated that only 1 to 10% of the HPV vaccine-injured are reporting," writes Botha on her site. "So start adding zeros on to the reports of 140 deaths. And then ask yourself -- are the HPV vaccines deadly? For 140 families they are. And that's just what is being reported."
You can read Botha's full report here: http://holyhormones.com
Where is all the public outcry about vaccine side effects?
The HPV vaccine duo, Gardasil (Merck & Co.) and Cervarix (GlaxoSmithKline), is particularly worrisome as far as vaccines go, as these two vaccines have been implicated in some of the worst and most obvious cases of vaccine-induced nerve damage, chronic pain, paralysis, and infertility. One would think that case after case of young girls going into early menopause, for instance, or becoming brain-dead after getting the jabs is enough to warrant at least some scrutiny into vaccine safety.
Earlier this year, the Japanese government took action by withdrawing support for its HPV vaccine program after roughly 2,000 reports emerged of women and girls suffering severe adverse reactions. But no such re-evaluation has taken place in the U.S., where millions of young girls, and now boys, are being jabbed for HPV -- even newborn babies are set to become the next target group for Gardasil.
"Other products have been banned for far less dangers, so why is a vaccine that has killed 140 women and children and maimed thousands of others been allowed to stay on the market?" asks investigative journalist Christina England for VacTruth.com.
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