HPV vaccine narrative UNRAVELS in Japan as it’s revealed the shot causes long-term pain – but Big Pharma says it’s just “psychosomatic”
03/06/2019 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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HPV vaccine narrative UNRAVELS in Japan as it’s revealed the shot causes long-term pain – but Big Pharma says it’s just “psychosomatic”

After being lied to about the safety and effectiveness of the two, government-approved vaccines that supposedly protect against human papillomavirus (HPV), Merck’s Gardasil and GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) Cervarix, an organized cohort of Japanese girls injured by one of the two jabs recently spoke out in demand of justice.

During an official hearing, these injured girls told of the unspeakable pain and suffering they’ve had to live with ever since receiving either Gardasil or Cervarix, only to have the manufacturers of these two vaccines accuse them of experiencing mere “psychosomatic reactions” – meaning their injuries are somehow not real, and only exist within their minds.

Despite being falsely accused, the girls ultimately won their case, as the Japanese government has since rescinded its recommendation that girls receive HPV vaccines. The Japanese government has also established new guidelines, as well as special clinics, to handle the evaluation and treatment of girls who’ve been injured by either of the vaccines.

But Big Pharma is doubling down on its claims that both Gardasil and Cervarix are 100 percent safe, and that nobody has ever been injured or killed by them – this, despite copious evidence that suggests HPV vaccines are not only unsafe, but also contaminated with foreign DNA and other toxic compounds.

Gardasil vaccines are contaminated with foreign DNA fragments and other toxic compounds, esteemed pathologist finds

According to research conducted by Dr. Sin Hang Lee, M.D., Director of the Milford Medical Laboratory, HPV vaccines aren’t safe, nor do they contain what vaccine manufacturers falsely claim.


In an open letter he wrote to the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Margaret Chan, Dr. Lee challenged the integrity of the GACVS Statement on the Continued Safety of HPV Vaccination. He also alleges professional misconduct on the part of those responsible for misleading the Japanese Expert Inquiry on the safety of HPV vaccines, both before and after the hearing in Tokyo.

“In 2011, Dr. Lee found that every one of the 13 Gardasil samples that he examined contained HPV L1 gene DNA fragments,” writes Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., for GreenMedInfo.

“He also found that the HPV DNA fragments were not only bound to Merck’s proprietary aluminum adjuvant but also adopted a non-B conformation, thereby creating a new chemical compound of unknown toxicity. This non-B conformation, Dr. Lee believes, is responsible for the array of autoimmune illnesses experienced by children and young women following vaccination with Gardasil.”

Dr. Lee further challenged the “psychosomatic reactions” claim of Big Pharma, explaining that such a notion is ridiculous in light of what young girls who were vaccinated have suffered, including “sudden unexpected death in sleep, or inflammatory lesions in the brain as demonstrated by the MRI images and the brain biopsy histopathology with perivascular lymphocytes and macrophages and demyelination.”

Vaccine-injured Colombians take to the streets of Bogota to demand justice

Young girls in Bogota, Colombia, have also gone public with the serious health conditions they’re now suffering as a result of HPV vaccines. During a recent march in the streets of the capital, the girls demanded that the government provide treatment, as well as suspend the use of HPV vaccines until the issue is somehow resolved.

Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld, an expert in autoimmune diseases, agrees. He told an audience of the III Colombian Symposium on Autoimmunity that he would never allow his own daughter to receive an HPV vaccine, and similarly challenged the deranged notion that those who’ve been injured or killed by HPV vaccines are somehow making up their health conditions.

“When we administered HPV vaccines to mice, they had the same symptoms as girls affected. I don’t believe the mice bewitched each other,” he’s quoted as saying.

“As with any drug prescribed to a patient, we must consider whether certain vaccines are needed. If the negative effects outweigh the benefits, the vaccine should not be prescribed.”

For more vaccine-related news, be sure to check out Vaccines.news.

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