cervical cancer

  1. Researchers demand extra chance to murder your daughter

    Researchers demand extra chance to murder your daughter

    It used to be that if you were dating a Swedish girl, you were doing all right for yourself. Those beautiful blue eyes, long blonde hair, and legs that stretched from Stockholm to Gothenburg.

    Well, friend, get 'em while they're hot. Because a group of Swedish medical morons is hatching a crackpot scheme that could kill off Swedish girls faster than Bubonic Plague. In fact, if their reckless plan ever crosses the pond and washes up on American soil -- and you can expect it will -- every daughter, granddaughter and niece you know could end up fighting for her life.

    A group of sadistic scientists from Sweden's Karolinska Institute are recommending you start injecting elementary school girls with three -- not just two -- doses of the potentially deadly vaccine Gardasil. And it's all because they claim that one extra dose may provide a measly 11% more protection against sexually transmitted diseases.

    Under their socialized medical system, the Swedes have been inoculating girls as young as 10 years old against STDs for years. Well, call me crazy, but I think most Swedish 10-year-olds already have some powerful protection against STDs -- their parents.

    But apparently the Swedish government won't be happy until every fifth-grader is limping out of a gynecologist's office with a teddy bear in one hand, and a pamphlet on genital warts in the other.

    And, of course, those are the fortunate girls who get to walk out of the doctor's office at all. Gardasil has already been linked to the deaths of dozens of girls around the world and left countless more with epilepsy and other crippling diseases. Heck, even the inventor of Gardasil is now warning anyone who will listen that it's being given to hundreds of thousands of girls who are receiving no benefit whatsoever. That's because, like a cheap paint job, Gardasil wears off after a few short years.

    We can hope this idiotic plan doesn't reach our shores. But I suspect it's only a matter of time before mainstream docs will be champing at the bit to give your little girl another shot of Gardasil. After all they're already selling Gardasil for around $170 a pop, and it only takes 30 girls getting two injections each for your typical mainstream doc to clear a cool $10,000. And I'll bet that he'll be more than happy to turn that ten grand into fifteen.

    Mark my words -- one day in the not too distant future, country after country will start pulling Gardasil off their shelves forever. And when they do, you'll be happy you followed the advice I'm giving you today -- keep your kiddos far away from this double (and triple) dose of death.

  2. New push for HPV shots is built on lies

    New nonsense over HPV vaccines

    Someone's getting desperate!

    Sales of HPV shots are plunging faster than No-bama's approval ratings as even parents who sign their kids up for every vaccine that comes down the pike turn away from this one in droves.

    So now, Big Pharma has an offer they hope you can't refuse.

    Instead of subjecting your little ones to the usual dangerous, expensive and painful three-shot sequence, bring them in for just one dangerous, expensive and painful shot.

    This comes after a failed attempt to get people to sign their kids up for two shots. What's next -- half a shot?

    Maybe they'll throw in a free toaster, too!

    On the other hand, they're absolutely right when they say one shot is about as effective as three -- because the entire three-shot sequence isn't worth a darn in the first place.

    HPV shots are often called "cervical cancer vaccines," especially by Big Pharma's in-the-tank media pals. In reality, the shot offers only SOME protection against SOME of the strains of HPV responsible for cervical cancer -- and that protection might run out in just a few years.

    In exchange for that very limited protection (if you can even call it that), your daughter or granddaughter faces some of the worst risks of any vaccine -- including devastating nervous system disorders, permanent disability and even death.

    (Get the shocking truth in this free report from the Daily Dose archives).

    HPV shots need to be taken off the market -- and pronto -- but Big Pharma and its CDC lackeys are actually pushing to expand them to boys as well as girls.

    Don't fall for it.

    The human immune system will clear HPV 90 percent of the time, no shots or drugs necessary. Boost your immune system, and that number will likely climb even higher.

    More importantly, HPV is a sexually transmitted virus. Teach your daughters (and sons, for that matter) to be responsible and abstinent. It's safe, painless, free and 100 percent effective.

    There's not a shot in the world that can promise all that.

    I'm not done with kids' health yet -- especially girls. Keep reading!

  3. Deadly vaccine gets massive new push

    Hide your sons and grandsons, folks -- the day I've warned you about is finally here: A federal panel is urging docs to start giving dangerous HPV vaccines to boys.
  4. Can oral sex really cause cancer?

    HPV viruses transmitted during oral sex are now supposedly the "leading cause" of all head and neck cancers, responsible for 73 percent of them -- including the throat and tongue cancers that have always been blamed (wrongly) on smoking.
  5. A shot in the dark

    No matter what you've heard, the correct number of HPV vaccinations needed by any girl -- or boy, for that matter -- is ZERO.
  6. Adults turn their nose up at the latest vaccinations

    A new "sobering" report released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) claims that too few adults are getting inoculated.
  7. A shot in the dark

    The best way to prevent cervical cancer is not with a vaccine, but with a rubber or a chastity belt. No matter what Merck would have you believe, human papillomavirus (HPV) isn't something you catch by accident like the flu or pink eye.
  8. Parents: The anti-vaccine

    It's more important than ever for parents to set strong boundaries that instill sexual temperance and age-appropriate behavior in their kids

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