Let's talk about medical procedures where the risks clearly outweigh the benefits. Your daughter, Zahara Jolie-Pitt, is now at the age where many young girls are receiving a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer. The HPV vaccine, also known as Gardasil, is recommended by doctors for boys and girls aged 9-12. A commercial that strongly promotes the HPV vaccine claims prevention of cervical cancer as the main reason to receive this inoculation (the one less campaign). However, I have some concerns that I want to share with you and your family. Your daughters will benefit from the truth that you learn about Gardasil.
I am going to pose some valuable questions and give answers based upon the facts about Gardasil.
Does HPV cause cervical cancer?
There is no absolute evidence of HPV causing cervical cancer. Typically, cervical cancer is a complicated case of many indirect factors coming together to create a perfect storm. Like any cancer diagnosis, cervical cancer is the result of toxins and carcinogens damaging the mitochondria which leads to the damage of DNA. After enough cells have a damaged mitochondria, apoptosis can be disrupted on a mass scale leading to the development of a tumor.
It has never been proven that the HPV vaccine prevents cervical cancer because the studies were not done long enough before the HPV vaccine was approved to go on the market. We will only be able to see the results after all those who received the vaccine in their adolescent years become old enough to develop cervical cancer.
What causes cervical cancer?
The World Health Organization states that 1.7 people per 100,000 in the U.S. die of cervical cancer. The FDA states that long-term benefits of vaccinations are not confirmed with solid research data because long-term clinical studies have not been conducted prior to the approval of vaccinations.
Smoking demonstrates a 2.3 fold increase in precancerous lesions in the cervix. Specifically, cervical cancer can be the result of a combination of factors: bacterial infections, Epstein Barr virus, HPV, chlamydia, a poor diet, and smoking (among other known and unknown carcinogens).
What prevents cervical cancer?
- B12 and folic acid reduce cervical cancer by 79%
- HPV and chlamydia are both contracted through sexual contact; thus, abstinence is the best approach to the prevention of cervical cancer
- Pap smears prevent 80% of cervical cancers
Potential side effects, as found on the insert of the Gardasil vaccine, include seizures, brain damage, blindness, paralysis, speech problems, pancreatitis, short-term memory loss, and death. The side effects have been so extreme that after spending millions of dollars to implement the Gardasil vaccine, Japan banned Gardasil from their country in 2013. In Japan alone, 1,968 adverse events were reported including 358 vaccine reactions that were serious.
In America, where Gardasil is still alive and well, 70-100 girls have died and 500 girls have been permanently disabled (based on voluntary reporting which evidence shows only 2-10% of people report vaccine injuries). Some of the risks are completely unknown because no independent studies have been conducted to determine long-term effects of Gardasil or to determine if the vaccine is carcinogenic.
As of March 2012, the Vaccine Adverse Reporting System (VAERS) stated there were 25,548 adverse events and over 100 deaths reported directly linked to Gardasil. Those who have already been exposed to HPV prior to being vaccinated demonstrate a 44.6% increased risk for precancerous lesions after receiving Gardasil. However, there is no plan for doctors to screen patients for HPV prior to inoculation.
Thus, Angelina Jolie, if you want to prevent your children from developing cervical cancer without the potential risk of them becoming paralyzed, blind, or dead, I suggest that you feed them an organic, sugar-free diet, encourage them to have regular pap smears, teach them not to smoke and engage in premarital sex, supplement their diets with B12 and folic acid, and avoid the HPV vaccine. I am sure that many young women and men who have been injured by the Gardasil vaccine wish that their parents would have taken a different approach.
https://youtu.be/KklrjbQZ-Ns, Dr. Russell Blaylock and The Health Ranger)