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#1 of 2 Old 01-06-2009, 12:55 PM - Thread Starter
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Gardasil was fast-tracked and received FDA approval before its final safety evaluation trials were complete, and its final safety evaluation trials won’t be concluded until September 2009. Despite this, the drug is being aggressively mass-marketed on TV and at the movies...and state legislators were heavily lobbied to make the drug mandatory for school girls....
This really sticks in my craw. The "experts" constantly point to the rigorous safety studies that vaccines go through which we all know is a lie anyway, but the studies (no matter how inefficient or flawed) for this vaccine WERE NOT EVEN COMPLETED before this vaccine was licensed.

Vaccination with the HPV 16/18 L1 vaccine provides no benefit for women with pre-existing infection, and may leave them more susceptible to other oncogenic HPV types. Pre-screening the potential vaccination candidate for HPV DNA would be desirable, but is not done
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So since most women have an HPV infection at some point one can assume that some of these girls/women that get the vaccine already have a preexisting infection which renders the vaccine essentially useless and will leave them more suseptible to cancerous strains. AHHHHHHHHH!!!!! Its madness!!!

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How many teens have died after that vaccine by now?

And how many are sick and have been robed of their innocence for an injection that they did not need and is useless.

How many girls are going to be unable to get pregnant in the next few years? And will this vaccine be the blame?
We just don't know.
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