The HPV Vaccine  

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I remember when Alex was about 15 or 16 it was strongly recommended that she get the then-new Gardasil vaccine which was purported to reduce the chance of cervical cancer. The vaccine was being given to girls as young as nine.

Then the lead developer of HPV Vaccines took to warning parents and young girls not to take the vaccines that are being flogged hard as “necessary.”

Dr. Diane Harper was the lead researcher in the development of the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines, Gardasil™ and Cervarix™.  She is the latest in a long string of experts pressing the red alert button on the devastating consequences and irrelevancy of these vaccines.  Dr. Harper made her surprising confession at the 4th International Conference on Vaccination.  Her speech, which was originally intended to promote the benefits of the vaccines, took a 180-degree turn when she chose instead to clean her conscience about the deadly vaccines so she “could sleep at night”.

“Dr. Harper explained in her presentation that the cervical cancer risk in the U.S. is already extremely low, and that vaccinations are unlikely to have any effect upon the rate of cervical cancer in the United States.  In fact, 70% of all HPV infections resolve themselves without treatment in a year, and the number rises to well over 90% in two years.  Harper also mentioned the safety angle.  All trials of the vaccines were done on children aged 15 and above, despite them currently being marketed for 9-year-olds.

So far, 15,037 girls have reported adverse side effects from Gardasil™, and this number only reflects parents who underwent the hurdles required for reporting adverse reactions.   44 girls are officially known to have died from these vaccines.  The reported side effects include Guillian Barré Syndrome (paralysis lasting for years, or permanently — sometimes eventually causing suffocation), lupus, seizures, blood clots, and brain inflammation.

About eight in every ten women who have been sexually active will have HPV at some stage of their life. Normally there are no symptoms, and in 98% of cases it clears itself.  But in those cases where it doesn’t, and isn’t treated, it can lead to pre-cancerous cells which may develop into cervical cancer.’”

Although these two vaccines are marketed as protection against cervical cancer, studies have proven “there is no demonstrated relationship between the condition being vaccinated for and the rare cancers that the vaccine might prevent, but it is marketed to do that nonetheless.  In fact, there is no actual evidence that the vaccine can prevent any cancer.  From the manufacturers own admissions, the vaccine only works on 4 strains out of 40 for a specific venereal disease that dies on its own in a relatively short period, so the chance of it actually helping an individual is about about the same as the chance of her being struck by a meteorite.”

As the world’s pharmaceutical giants continue to be driven less by moral accountability and more by profit and shareholder-driven bottom lines, we are going to see more and more products such as this vaccine which are marketed as “essential to one’s survival.”  While some vaccines are indeed essential, such as vaccines for polio and measles, the HPV vaccine is a new beast entirely.

While Dr. Harper has subsequently said that the brouhaha was a fabrication and that she never said the vaccine was dangerous, and a number of news outlets subsequently retracted the story, when you look back over years of stories where she’s quoted, it’s hard to believe she didn’t think there was some danger.

Want to do some reading for yourself?

http://www.npr.org/2011/09/19/140543977/hpv-vaccine-the-science-behind-the-controversy

http://www.globalresearch.ca/human-papillomavirus-hpv-vaccines-gardasil-and-cervarix-dangerous-and-unnecessary/5404616

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/gardasil-researcher-speaks-out/

http://health.usnews.com/blogs/on-women/2009…

http://www.ahrp.org/cms/content/view/503/27/

 

Addendum: This blog seems to be causing quite a stir. It was not intended as an anti-vaccine blog… I do not subscribe to the “all vaccines are bad” theory. However, I have done a lot of reading on this particular vaccine and chose to share what I found. So, some additional gas for your blaze peeps:

1. Director General of the French Agency for Safety of Health Products (AFSSAPS) found the sponsor of several Gardasil ads to be in direct violation of the French public health code. FRANCE ended up banning the advertising.

2. Despite all claims stating Gardasil contained ‘no viral DNA’ Dr. Sin Hang Lee, of Milford Hospital and Milford Molecular Laboratory discovered there were indeed fragments of HPV-11, HPV-16 and HPV-18 L1 DNA firmly attached to Merck’s proprietary aluminum adjuvant in 100% of the samples he tested

3.  Professor Martina Doren, with the Clinical Research Center of Women’s Health at Charite-Universita tsmedizin in Berlin wrote: “For approximately two years now, cervical cancer has been “converted” from an oncological disease to an infectious disease, which is said to be preventable by and large by two vaccines licensed in many countries. However, human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines differ from existing others, as the former target a condition which only in a minute fraction of infections will lead to serious consequences, but after a long(er) latency period. Furthermore, it should be kept in mind that in clinical trials, the quadrivalent vaccine was tested in fewer than 1200 girls 16 years and younger.”

 

As to this being beyond my expertise, I am a mother with a daughter who was offered this vaccine, and did my due diligence before I hopped on the bandwagon. I am sharing what I learned. So much publicity goes into the selling of this vaccine. (Just like all those brochures for Group RESPs that show up in doctors’ offices!) Sadly, very little that we should be aware of is being brought to light on the downsides. This was my kick at the cat.

52 Responses to “The HPV Vaccine  ”

  1. Gail, you do a disservice to your anxious parent readers when you do not use the last paragraph nearer the beginning of the post. As it reads currently, it smacks of the alarmist “journalism” you frequently decry.

  2. Thanks Gail, this is the first I’ve heard of this.

    We keep our Little Miss on the regular schedule and have declined any additional vaccinations. There is so much conflicting information on vaccines that it’s hard to feel like I’ve got enough information to make an informed choice on whether to buck the trend and over/under vaccinate.

  3. avatar Tracey H Says:
    March 24, 2015 at 8:38 am

    Wow, where’s the other side arguing for the vaccine? This is really irresponsible “reporting”. Where’s your proof about the deaths? You’ve gone far too far with your “facts”.

  4. I followed this blog for financial info and some occasional light hearted reading.
    I don’t care for this kind of article. I’ve has friends who have undergone cancer treatments that the HPV vaccine could have prevented. One had significant difficulty having children after.
    There are two sides to every discussion.

  5. I underwent treatment for cervical cancer. It was awful and traumatic. I agree with the poster above who says you should have led with the last paragraph.

    Gail you have built up a lot of trust with your audience. This is your blog and you have the right to voice your opinion but please consider that this could add to the current trend of people who don’t trust any vaccines due to junk science and end up risking the lives of their children and others.

  6. Let’s not forget that the vaccine is additionally important because men can get HPV too, but there’s no test for it and no treatment.

    This is reminiscent of the scaremongering about the vaccine when it first came out, only then the idea was that it would somehow magically make young girls sexually active if they knew their chances of getting HPV were lowered. Which is, um, utterly ridiculous, I hope that’s clear.

  7. I willingly paid the $ necessary to vaccinate my teenage son with Guaracil. Men are at risk for nasty cancers of the digestive tract from exposure to four types of HPV. These viruses transform slowly into cancers of the pharynx and anus. Tough to treat, too.
    Gail is correct that many HPV infections resolve themselves, especially ones involving the cervix. But not so in all areas of the body.
    Using Gail’s logic, we should resist vaccination against polio and tetanus,too, since the risks are minimal. But we generally comply with these understanding that they mitigate risk to nervous system.
    I imagine that if we could go back in time amd ask folks living 100 hundred years ago what they thought about these new-fangled inventions called vaccines, they’d bow down in gratitude.

  8. I disagree with the above commentators. To me, the article reads as a timeline…. and although I am at work, and do not have the time to click through all of Gail’s backup links (but I would do if I had a child and was considering the vaccine) — anyway, as a timeline, it shows that the Dr subsequently retracted what she had been quoted as saying, and denied saying it. As an article, it appears factual, non-biased, and in the appropriate order.

    Gails’ blog is more than financial, as regular readers know, and this is obviously information that she felt confident enough was factual to publish on her blog.

    I would argue that the commentators that have an emotional connection, are leading with their emotions, and not logic. It’s reported in chronological order.

    I have heard through another news organization about very serious side effects as well, and questions being raised.

    Thank you Gail for giving it higher awareness so that readers with young girls can research it a little more fully.

  9. @M she doesn’t mention other vaccines – I would be more interested in your response, if you had posted any study that found what was listed above to be untrue and lost the sarcasm. Science and facts don’t need sarcasm to back them up.

  10. I echo the comments that I follow this blog for financial information. I also enjoy the wednesday blogs about fun reads and recipes.

    While I agree that Gail has a right to express her opinion, I do not believe this sort of blog post is appropriate on a blog seemingly dedicated to personal finance, particularly given the authority some may attach to Gail’s voice and opinion. I also agree that the last paragraph should have been emphasized sooner in the blog post.

    The decision to vaccinate should be informed by research and educated conversations with experts in the appropriate field. This topic does not fall within Gail’s area of declared expertise and I do believe that she does a disservice to readers by posting such information and opinions. As Gail herself has pointed out in various financial matters, one needs to know their boundaries and respect those boundaries. Such a post falls outside of Gail’s professional boundaries and the apparent theme of this blog. I am disappointed that Gail would use her profile to express such views.

  11. I have numerous friends and family who are practicing physicians and every single one has decried the alarmist, sensationalized “journalism” that recently surrounded the HPV vaccine. My uncle has been a GP for nearly 30 years and gave me the vaccine’s final dose himself a couple month ago.

    I can appreciate that Gail has the right to say whatever she wants in her personal website, but leave the medical field to the experts.

  12. I agree with the other poster’s about how this seems a bit alarmist. My cousin, a sexual health doctor recommended that my sister and I get the vaccine. She explained that yes, HPV does usually clear on it’s own but the 2% that it doesn’t has serious consequences. She has been a doctor for over 15 years, and specializes in women’s and sexual health, so I think I’ll trust her instead.

  13. The Star has formally apologized for its article against gardasil it was unbalanced and alarmist. I think the real reason gardasil is being attacked is because HPV is an STD and if kids aren’t afraid of genital warts how will we stop them from having sex?

    It’s relatively easy to report adverse effects of vaccines, the CDC collects all of them and then investigates. They found that most of the adverse effects reported were unrelated and the bulk of the rest were minor things like nausea which passed. You mentioned blood clots in your list of side effects, the study revealed that the blood clots were caused by the birth control pill.

  14. I would rather hear about financial matters. There is enough fear in the world without spreading more in this column. I am even disappointed when the blog features recipes or books etc. I know there are only so many topics re: finance, but that is why I read the column. Same with more voices – strays from finances a lot of the time.

  15. Thank you @MJ “leave the medical field to the experts”. I know I didn’t go to med school for 7+ years! Yes, questioning is good, but sometimes people who are educated in specific areas DO know more than you!
    Gail, weird, paranoid and surprising crap from you – interesting when you recently wrote another post from the other side…

  16. Good Morning Gail!!

    I do reading your blogs everyday, but today was a surprise. I follow the same sentiment as your other readers, I want to read and be enlightened about financial information and strategies, not about medical information. This kind of information can be obtained by other means. I’m kind of disappointed in today’s blog.
    Gail, please stick to the stuff about money 🙂

    Thanks,
    Charlene

  17. avatar Greg Smid Says:
    March 24, 2015 at 2:14 pm

    The CBS article, which is the one most often cited by the anti-vax crowd, has been thoroughly debunked… along with its original inspiration over at the anti-vax site NaturalNews.com.

    There’s a pretty good summary over at http://scienceblogs.com/insolence/2013/08/16/yet-another-antivaccine-meme-rises-from-the-grave-again-no-diane-harper-doesnt-hate-gardasil/ for anyone interested.

    Having said that, I don’t blame Gail for posting something on HER blog that she finds interesting. I think she has been unduly influenced by crazies this time around, but that doesn’t mean she shouldn’t have posted it.

  18. I don’t follow your blog just came here via a retweet. But I think this is relevant information to know, and not inappropriate at all.

    People need to be aware that there are pharmaceutical companies making boat loads of cash on these immunizations, and recent laws prevent them from being sued if they don’t work out.

    So now we see vaccinations for of all things smoking cessation (not a virus last time I checked) and now HPV which cures itself the majority of the time without vaccination.

    It’s a bonanza for the pharma companies and the fear mongering is going to continue to cost average uneducated people plenty of cash on unnecessary scare tactics.

  19. Hello, Gail.

    While I am grateful for your financial advice (the reason I read your blog), I believe you are doing a great disservice by posting this piece. You are not a medical expert, and while I can appreciate the fact that you are only posting what you believe is personally best for you, the fact remains you are also in a position of influence. With that influence also comes a level of responsibility, and wading into a loaded topic which is outside of your sphere of expertise is irresponsible, at best.

    Regards,
    Chris

  20. I am a long time reader of your blog Gail – for the financial information. However it feels like this blog is moving away from financial matters to becoming a general interest blog. Money matters seem to be posted less frequently than cooking/reading/general interest lately. I also think health matters need to be left to the medical experts. I wouldn’t read a doctors blog for financial advice!!

  21. Rick,

    Absolutely there are pharma companies making money from immunizations, that is their business. Their business would not be well served by making products to make people sick. The argument that we should not take advantage of medicine because someone is making a profit from it is ridiculous and has nothing to do with health evidence.

    In response to this whole piece, I think Dr. Jen Gunter’s blog post in response to the Toronto Star article last month is applicable here. https://drjengunter.wordpress.com/2015/02/05/toronto-star-claims-hpv-vaccine-unsafe-science-says-the-toronto-star-is-wrong/

    This a safe vaccine. It protects against cancer.

  22. avatar HeatherVR Says:
    March 24, 2015 at 3:30 pm

    I disagree with the above posters that say that “this is a finacial bog” and “stick to finacial stuff”. First of all, if you do not agree with Gail’s post that’s one thing, but Gail’s blog has never been 100% about money or financial advice. She often writes about different topics that she comes accross in daily life, including recipes and interesting studies on human behavior. If you read back, you will see that Gail is very much a proponent of vaccines, particularly in regards to the unfounded connections between vaccines and autism. She has often shared her personal experiences and struggles. I believe in this case she is simply sharing something that is going on in the world and that also effects herself and her daughter. She also likes to post things that incite discussion, as this one has. Unfair to have such a narrow view of what people can offer.

  23. avatar Charlotte Says:
    March 24, 2015 at 3:50 pm

    Seriously, Gail? Those articles are from 2007, 2009, 2001…only 1 is from 2014. Several are just plain alarmist. I take all of them with a grain of salt.

    I have 3 daughters, who have all gotten the Gardasil series, with no ill effects whatsoever.

    I’d appreciate it if you’d do more research before writing medical advice articles.

  24. avatar Jennifer Says:
    March 24, 2015 at 4:13 pm

    As someone who has received the HPV vaccine, this article was quite terrifying to read. I really appreciate the comments and links that people have posted providing the other side of the story!

  25. I think most of the people commenting against this post need to calm down. This is Gail’s blog and Gail can write about what she wants. Isn’t that the reason why we all read it? If you don’t like Gail’s stance, or opinion, skip this post and check back tomorrow.

  26. Just read the “Addendum”. I get that this is Gail’s opinion and Gail’s blog, but I’ve never understood the reasoning “it only protects against 4 out of 40 strains”, ya THE WORST strains, the ones that cause significant problems. As for the additional resources, none of those are from CANADA or Canadian Studies, lots of countries have different policies than our own. We ban certain things that they keep and vice versa. Everyone can have their own opinion and what not but I have friends who have HPV and constantly have to get their cervix “clipped” because it’s the kind that turns into cancer and they wish the vaccine had been out when they were young so they wouldn’t have to go through invasive procedures. One friend even said she may not be able to have children because of all the clippings taken from her cervix. Just sayin…..

  27. avatar Yellowlily Says:
    March 24, 2015 at 5:33 pm

    Education comes from all different places and different people. Gail,is just giving us more food for thought, what is the harm in that? Everyone needs to change things up. I for one did not have my daughter vacinated. In my research I felt that this was more for the people who would be a little more sexually active with multiple partners over their life time. I did not believe my daughter would be one of them. So far I she has proven me right. And from what I have read here I stand by my decision. I also have a doctor that I expressed my views with and he agreed, so who is right and who is wrong? We do not have to jump on every band wagon out there because the ” experts” tell us to. Life moves on Gail will continue to change things every so often with something a different. Good for you Gail! Keep it up!

  28. Way to go Gail! Although alot of people want to keep you in the financial box, if anything, I think you’ve definately gotten alot of people to research it and think about it.

    I’d love to see the painting you make after reading all the comments though…. I’m thinking alot of red… heavy paint, ooooooh maybe just a palette knife canvas attempt? although that would be an awful waste of money with the cost of paint…. but sometimes you just have to splurge a little!

    ;-D

    Keep colouring outside the lines!

  29. @yellowlily even if your daughter has only a couple partners they could still transmit HPV just saying. And her dating habits could change and you not be aware

  30. I like many others am very disappointed by this post; you may say you did due diligence but it is clear that your understanding of the matter is far from expert level so while I respect your decision with regards to your daughter (but I hope as an adult she might go ahead and get it) I don’t believe that you need to voice your opinion as researched fact.
    To just pick out one point you say “44 girls are officially known to have died from these vaccines.” this is completely incorrect; check CDC and even snopes to understand why, these are deaths reported within a timeframe after the vaccine but were caused by a variety of issues including diabetes and illicit drug use. Opinion is one thing but to present things as fact when they are not is completely irresponsible.

  31. Well said Looby !

  32. Sorry Gail but this is just full of misinformation and misrepresentation.

  33. Before the release of the first HPV vaccine there was a US governmental agency report explaining why it would not cut deaths and how its effectiveness was very limited. It was buried after the first vaccine hit the market but can still be found in the interwebs with some deep searching.

  34. Personally I was surprised at this one from a brand management perspective. Vaccines are a VERY hot topic right now and I’m surprised Gail would wade into this debate in such a public way. Your name is your brand Gail; this isn’t really a personal blog in the way it would be for someone else. This is very much a site that promotes your books, “Gail’s Way” and your financial philosophy. Fluff like recipes doesn’t risk anything but this post definitely risks alienating your audience.

  35. I doubt that many of you who have your panties in a knot read the links at all.If you read this blog regularly you’d know it is much more than financial info. Praise Gail for providing researched information and the courage to take a stand for what she believes in. She wouldn’t belittle your blogs for saying what you think. She has an opposing view she has a right to freedom of speech!
    Go Gail!

  36. avatar Another Gail Says:
    March 25, 2015 at 7:22 am

    Gail’s blog has given good advice, and I acknowledge Gail’s role in helping me get rid of debt. This post, however, was disappointing. Gail has the right to say what she wishes in her blog, and we, the readers, have the right to respond. This posting was unbalanced, and the information presented was conflicting. Yes, pharmaceutical companies make money by selling drugs, but manufacturers of seat belts make money by selling seat belts. That a company makes money by selling a product says nothing about the value of the product.

    Regardless of which paragraphs go where, I would have appreciated a statement of the evidence on both sides (which didn’t happen until the end and was almost an afterthought), Gail’s reasons for her decision, and finally encouragement for readers to weigh the evidence and make carefully considered and informed decisions for themselves.

  37. avatar Yellowlily Says:
    March 25, 2015 at 7:50 am

    @Sophie they could, but at 21 she has not. Not even been on a date as of yet. A beautiful young lady with her head screwed on right. She will have her time. With more then one, not sure about that. She is her mother’s daughter and I know what her habits are. We are close. She does not tell me everything but we still live in the same house.

  38. It will be interesting to see how we all fare in the future, you know when some of us don’t develop the cancer and others do and there’s huge remorse

  39. Gail, Your opinions are valued by me, and although I may decide to do something different, I ALWAYS like to hear a few sides before I make my own.

    This blog is like having coffee with Gail, we sit, we chat, she shares thoughts with me, and I take them and FORM MY OWN based on what I have heard.

    I appreciate your “kick at the cat” Gail! Keep them coming!

  40. Looks like you have caused quite a stir on this blog post.
    Thanks for the information. Keep colouring outside of the lines. This is what makes you so special and why I visit your blog post every day. I also love the recipes and book reviews.
    Oh course the financial articles/books and your past T.V. shows is how I found this blog site.
    I’m sitting very pretty right now and not on a princess chair but rather the Queens throne.
    Because a princess is just that but a Queen can run the world.
    This is because of all your financial knowledge you passed on to myself and hubby that we are debt free.
    Keep up the good work and the others can just decided not to visit your blog site anymore.
    I also think you have a wonderful radio voice and the pod cast from News 1010 are always full of information with informative quest speakers.

  41. Gardasil® provides protection against four HPV types: two that cause approximately 70 per cent of all cervical cancers (HPV-16, HPV-18) and two that cause approximately 90 per cent of all anogenital warts in males and females (HPV-6, HPV-11).

    Cervarix™ provides protection against the two HPV types that cause approximately 70 per cent of all cervical cancers (HPV-16, HPV-18).

    Straight from Public Health… Yes it’s “Only” against four, but HEY those are the four you’d want protection against, glad I got it and it was an out of pocket expense for my mother ! And no I’m not super promiscuous, it doesn’t matter, when you have unprotected sex you risk infection. It ain’t just for sluts anymore LOL

  42. avatar Tracey H Says:
    March 25, 2015 at 1:22 pm

    I also want to add–for those who won’t give their daughters the shot because they know they won’t have multiple sex partners, women don’t always get to choose if they’re going to have sex. Rape happens. And, not only that, they only need to have sex (perhaps with their husband) once to get this virus. And that person only has to have had sex with one other person once before to have the virus. You can’t guarantee that your daughter won’t marry a man who’s never had sex and you can’t guarantee she’ll never be raped.

  43. Well said Tracey, I never even considered that, thank you for bringing up that important issue

  44. I’m with hcg.

    “Experts” are just people – they’re expertise in the greater scheme of things is a drop in the bucket, subject to error. I still appreciate them.

    I appreciate Gail…and am willing – and wanting – to hear what she thinks…because I like a lot of what she thinks. Not all of her stuff strokes my boat.

    I’m free to have my coffee elsewhere if I don’t like the biscuits she’s serving on a particular day. She’s never easily offended (I like that!)

    Gail’s financial stuff is simple and objective. But Gail herself is a very interesting and intelligent person. I grateful for opportunities to get to know her more through other thoughts she’s willing to express.

    NOBODY has successfully argued in a way that gets me fully on side…but I fully appreciate this forum where everyone has been allowed to voice and reveal…themselves.

    Even me.

  45. Wow people, does no one believe in freedom of speech any more? If someone has an opinion on something and shares it along with some suggested reading, leaving it open-ended for them to make up their own mind on what that person believes, this is a conversation starter which is likely coming at a good time as this is probably close to when the notes come home from school about the vaccines. As for the post being irresponsible, did half of you not read it? Gail is clear that she is expressing her own opinion and explains how she came to that decision but she did not say that decision was right for everyone. I read Gail’s blog for the financial information, I have no use for the days she blogs about recipes or books etc. because I have different taste in those things – but I certainly don’t care that she does it. If a blog isn’t up my alley, I just don’t read it. My oldest daughter is hitting grade 7 next year which I think means she will be suggested to get this vaccination – this is a timely reminder to look at the information out there and do my research as a responsible parent to make sure I come to an informed decision that I am happy with – which is exactly what I think Gail was going for with this post.

  46. I think what struck many people who are pro the vaccine was that the other side was not presented in her opinion and to some people it read as THE ONLY TRUTH. Even if parents decide not to vaccinate their kids, the kids will sometimes take it upon themselves to do the research and make their own health decisions (if caught early). Luckily in the comments are many educated, informed parents and children who advocate for the other side (and ahem… actual doctors) What struck me was that Gail didn’t consult a physician (or did I miss that?) or any medical professional, but hey I like my medical decisions based on facts, physicians and Canada Public Health that’s just me though.

  47. If this weren’t such a serious topic, I’d laugh my head off. There are way too many people who are willing to do anything the “experts” tell them. Seriously, do the research for everything yourself, read the reports, the journals and make an educated decision. There are way too many over educated unintelligent people in positions of power and the sheep follow on.
    Scary indeed.
    Follow the money and you’ll find why many people say what they say.
    Good luck everyone!

  48. I have a great deal of respect for Gail in the areas of personal finance and budgeting, as she is a professional in those particular areas. I will continue to enjoy her posts on personal finance. However, I do take exception to this post. I find it alarming that she is posting a personal opinion in a public forum on a subject on which she doesn’t have credible expertise to advise (unless there’s a medical or scientific degree lurking somewhere in her CV). I normally wouldn’t bother posting, but it truly irks me when a public figure irresponsibly uses that platform to publicize views that some people who value her opinion may take to heart as truth. I like that she’s tried to give references, but any scientist worth his or her salt would ask for peer-reviewed scientific publications to evaluate. My two-cents’ worth….

    – signed, a very frustrated scientist

  49. avatar Maureen Pluthero Says:
    March 28, 2015 at 5:10 pm

    I liked this post and it echoed a lot of what I found myself about the vaccine. It seems to me that some of the comments are from people who had their daughters vaccinated without question and may be wondering if they should have asked questions before doing so.

  50. avatar Isabelle Says:
    March 29, 2015 at 7:56 am

    @Melissa, I really appreciate your perspective as a scientist. I feel like the people who are against the vaccine are saying that the people who are for the vaccine “didn’t do any research and are just following the trends blindly”. I really think those for the vaccine did their due diligence as well, I was also happy to see doctors and scientists commenting as they are obviously the experts. And to the people who didn’t think to vaccinate their children, it’s fine, it’s your choice but don’t make those who did feel like we’re just “following trends, or obeying blindly” I think it’s good to vaccinate.

  51. I’m 22, few week ago I felt some pains and I went to the hospital my doc told me I had hpv about 1 yr and I need to start the treatment early, he gave me some medicine to be taking and I told him no I’ll not, because I hated taking medicine when I won’t not see cure for the purpose. After I got home I started getting worried searching for strong advice and I found valid natural treatment online lot people says they got hpv cure from Dr galiga and I email Dr @ drgaligaherbalcenter@gmail.com 3 days passed, I purchase his cure online some weeks after the process taking his treatment i got cured. I went for checkup twice after taking the natural treatment from the herbalist called Dr galiga and i tested negative.

  52. I was diagnose with human papillomavirus 4 years ago and i met a doctor he told me there is no cure and i have be taking some medication the warts multiplied when trying to removed them and it got me embarrass and pains, luckily few weeks ago i was recommend to Dr Abu for natural treatment after one week i got 100% cure and all the wart and pains got disappeared, i sheared this post because its part of my life experience, encase anyone need speedy help about this cure email Dr Abu via,
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