Women’s cancer prevention act mandates aluminum filled HPV vaccine, proposed law

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cancer-prevention(NaturalHealth365) The HPV vaccine, which has been linked with severe vaccine side effects that include chronic pain and paralysis, may now be pushed onto Florida school children. A bill, called the Women’s Cancer Prevention Act, has recently been introduced into the legislature for mandatory HPV vaccines.

You can view the text of the entire bill here.

For a little background information: the human papillomavirus (HPV) affects the genital areas and, in some cases, may lead to cancer. The most common cancer type caused by the HPV virus is cervical cancer, but males are also at risk. Conventionally speaking, ‘cancer prevention’ is the stated reason for the development of the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls and boys.

But, in reality, the science doesn’t support such a notion that, ‘the HPV vaccine will prevent cancer.’

HPV vaccine linked with paralysis and other debilitating vaccine side effects

However, the HPV vaccine has been linked with a slew of serious health problems. A 13-year-old English girl was rendered wheelchair-bound and in constant pain after receiving the Gardasil HPV vaccine.

A 12-year-old aspiring pop star became paralyzed from the neck down after receiving the shot. In fact, as of February of 2017, 12,000 health problems and vaccine side effects connected with receiving the shot have been recorded. (and, they call vaccines “safe.”)

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The thought that a school system would require this vaccine for students is horrifying. Such decisions should be left to the families involved – not the government.

At this time Rhode Island, Washington DC and Virginia require the vaccination. The current bill SB 1558 – “The Women’s Cancer Prevention Act” – would mandate the shot for public school attendance in Florida schools. (Both girls and boys would be required to receive it.)

Even if ‘cancer prevention’ benefits were true – the HPV vaccine should be a choice

The stated reason for this mandate is to help with cancer prevention. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 27,000 people receive a cancer diagnosis each year related to the HPV virus.

It is transmitted through contact, usually sexual. While cervical cancer can be a result, it can also lead to cancer of the male genitalia.

So, the pharmaceutical industry created the HPV vaccine – which came onto the market in 2006. The first attempt by Florida officials to mandate the vaccine in their state occurred in 2011, but did not pass. The current bill states that it will include processes that would allow for vaccine exemptions in some cases.

Schools should be teaching intelligent (healthy) lifestyle choices for cancer prevention, not forcing vaccines

The bottom line is that this is a dangerous and ineffective vaccine that causes more harm than good. It is outrageous to put it under a cancer prevention program and force it onto school age children – while still feeding them cancer-causing foods at the school cafeteria.

Clearly, this is more about big pharma making lots of money off (more) vaccine sales – at the expense of public safety. We don’t need to inject more toxins inside the human body. We need healthy food, cleaner water and an environment with less chemicals.

If you would like to take action against this nefarious bill, contact your Florida state Senator to voice your opinion. Log in to the NVIC Advocacy Portal, click on the “State Teams” tab and then “My State.” Your elected officials are automatically posted on the right side of the page.

Sources for this article include:

JudicialWatch.org
Flsenate.gov
Fox13News.com
NaturalHealth365.com
NVICAdvocacy.org
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