HPV vaccines

  1. Deadly vaccine gets massive new push

    Feds urge boys to get Gardasil shots

    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.

    And they couldn't have picked a better time for this big announcement -- because it came just days after a damning new report linked the main HPV vaccine, Gardasil, to 26 new deaths in little girls.

    Of course, the feds didn't announce those new deaths with the same fanfare they announced the new vaccine push.


    Instead, they tried to cover it up -- just like they did last year. And just like last year, they were caught red-handed when the watchdog group Judicial Watch used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain all the deadly details.

    Along with those 26 new deaths linked to the vaccine, the group found reports of blindness, paralysis, short term memory loss, seizures, speech problems, and Guillain-Barré Syndrome -- all in previously healthy young girls who had been given Gardasil shots.

    And now they want to spread those risks to boys? I'll take my chances with the HPV, thank you very much!

    Here's the truth about HPV vaccinations: They only block some strains of HPV, and only for a limited period of time.

    In girls, that means the vaccine offers no real promise against cervical cancer, despite the fact that the press has anointed it the "cervical cancer vaccine."

    In boys, it promises even less: The CDC's vaccine panel says it can lower the risk of anal cancer if your son turns out to be a homosexual. But anal cancer is so rare that your boy has almost zero chance of getting it even without the vaccine -- and even if he grows up gayer than Liberace.

    And while the cancer may be rare, the side effects aren't -- so if you value the lives of your son, daughter, or grandchild, keep them all as far as you can from any doctor dishing out this vaccine.

    For the full and uncensored history of the shoddy science and shady backroom deals behind the push for Gardasil, read the June 2009 issue of the Douglass Report.

    Warning: It'll blow your mind. And it might just save your kid's life, too.

  2. Crooked campaign hits mall-loving teens

    Forget shady strangers and bags of candy... the biggest threat to our daughters and granddaughters comes from health officials armed with mall gift certificates.

    In one of the most irresponsible government programs I've ever heard of, clinics in Birmingham, England, are bribing teenage girls to get vaccinated.

    Believe it or not, they're offering girls up to $70 in "Love2Shop" mall vouchers in exchange for getting one of the most dangerous vaccines ever approved: Gardasil.

    They call this an incentive; I call it physical assault on a minor. They want a pat on the back; I want them pat down and tossed in jail.

    And if, as a parent, you don't like it... tough. In Jolly Old England, your daughter doesn't need your permission to get vaccinated... so you'll only find out when she comes home showing off her new earrings... or when you get a call from the emergency room after she suffers one of this dangerous drug's many side effects.

    I've been crusading against Gardasil from Day One. The media calls it a "cervical cancer vaccine," but don't be fooled by this fancy nickname. This vaccine doesn't protect against cervical cancer -- it protects against certain forms of HPV, an STD that can cause cervical cancer.

    It's far from 100 percent effective, and it's even farther from 100 percent safe. But do you expect these teenage girls to know that? Do you think they're going to go home and do the research before accepting their shopping bribe?

    Sadly, most of them have no clue that Gardasil has been linked to dozens of deaths and thousands of reactions ranging from anaphylactic shock and grand mal seizures to coma and paralysis. Some girls have come down with the incurable nerve disorder Guillian-Barre Syndrome after getting vaccinated, as I've warned before.

    And according to a stomach-turning report I found in the Daily Mail, officials in Britain are already talking about expanding the Birmingham mall scheme nationwide.

    If you think this won't happen here, you're only partly right. Health officials might not be bribing girls at shopping malls, but the approach they're taking could be far more devastating.

    Big Pharma is hard at work pressuring local officials across the country into making a requirement for school.

    The worst part is that all of this hoopla is over something that's completely preventable. Vaccine or no vaccine, the only surefire 100 percent effective means of preventing HPV infection is abstinence. You can't spread a sexually transmitted virus without sex. It's as simple as that.

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