Study suggests HPV shot may amplify cancer-causing viral strains, contrary to media’s narrative
(NaturalHealth365) If you received the human papillomavirus (HPV) injection when you were younger, or if your children received the shot, did your doctor ensure your informed consent first by comprehensively reviewing the potential benefits and risks of the injection?
Likely not. And we’re not just talking about a full transparent discussion about the potential side effects, either. More and more data, such as that discussed in a recent study, suggest that the effectiveness and safety of the HPV vax – which was sold to us as a way to protect our kids from several types of cancer – could be gravely misrepresented.
Were parents and the American public sold a harmful LIE? Shocking new data calls HPV shot into question
“The long-term effect of population-level human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination on the viral ecology of the untargeted HPVs is poorly understood,” write the authors of a paper published in a recent edition of the peer-reviewed journal Cell Host & Microbe. (By “untargeted HPVs,” the authors refer to the viral strains not protected against by the HPV vax.)
The paper, “Ecological diversity profiles of non-vaccine-targeted HPVs after gender-based community vaccination efforts,” describes the researchers’ efforts to conduct an 8-year follow-up of 11,000 females from 33 different Finnish communities born in 1992, 1993, and 1994. For the researchers’ analysis, the females were further divided into three groups depending on their communities’ approach to vaccination: gender-neutral HPV vaccination (where boys were also vaxxed), girls-only vax, and no vax.
In their analysis, the researchers discovered that among certain vaccinated communities, there was a “significantly increased HPV α-diversity … from 4 to 8 years post-vaccination, despite the clearance of the vaccine-targeted HPVs.” In other words, while the strains of HPV intentionally targeted by the vax were found to decrease, other strains appeared to flourish, at least in certain communities. The authors add that their findings are “a likely sign of niche occupation by the non-vaccine-targeted HPVs.”
The HPV vaccine – which only targets certain strains of the human papillomavirus – might pave the way for other types of HPV viruses (including some linked to cancer) to become more prevalent … which could have major implications for cancer risk and incidence among our younger populations.
In case you were wondering, here are some of the adverse effects of the HPV shot listed on the package insert
First recommended in 2006 for males and females between the ages of 9 and 26, the popular HPV vaccine (commonly recognized by the brand name Gardasil and made by Merck & Co) has faced several dozen lawsuits and at least 80 since 2020 alone, according to the website BioSpace. According to documents, plaintiffs repeatedly report that the vax caused serious side effects – cancer included.
And despite the attempt of mainstream “fact-checkers” to squash the idea that this drug could be contributing to cancer cases, we clearly are seeing a growing amount of data to support these injured individuals’ claims.
As for other side effects commonly reported following HPV injection, here are a few of the ones listed on the official Gardasil package insert made available by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA):
- Pyrexia (fever)
- Nausea and vomiting
- Joint pain
- Upper respiratory tract infections
- Nasal congestion
Finally, while the following adverse reactions and health outcomes are reportedly rare (one can only hope!), many find it incredibly unnerving to know that drugmakers willingly admit to a correlation between their profitable drug and such serious and potentially deadly side effects, including:
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- Pulmonary embolism
- Blood and lymphatic system disorders like autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, and lymphadenopathy
- Nervous system disorders like acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures, and syncope
In addition, death due to conditions like stroke, heart attack, sepsis, and cancer have also been reported following HPV administration, although the data is not sufficient yet to prove causation.
Oh … one more key point: in section 13.1 of the HPV shot’s package insert, the FDA acknowledges this loud and clear: “GARDASIL has not been evaluated for the potential to cause carcinogenicity or genotoxicity.”
Thank goodness some researchers are starting to do their own evaluations, at least.
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