Gardasil is Dangerous As Well As Unproven
October 07, 2008
Merck's Gardasil vaccine is supposed to prevent young women from getting cervical cancer. Now the FDA has approved a claim for two less common cancers as well. But whether it will actually prevent any kind of cancer is actually unknown.
Meanwhile, as of July the federal government's Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System has received over 9,700 reports of problems since the vaccine's introduction in 2006. These include paralysis, seizures, and miscarriage. Twenty deaths have been reported, although the government has not acknowledged a link yet.
Vaccines were originally developed to protect the public from extremely contagious diseases spread primarily by air. Now dangerous and unproven vaccines are being mandated in the hope they will guard against diseases that require very intimate contact to transmit.
Where will it end?