It is safe? No way would I take it, or want anyone I cared about taking 3 rounds of that. I am the person that doesn't like being a human lab rat with my one and only shot at having a long life. The past makes me thinks this way, seeing "accidents" that have been approved then people get seriously sick or other bad things happen as a direct result. I still won't even do lasik surgery
Too new IMO.
Many vaccines have cells from sick animals, human fetus tissue, viruses, heavy metals, formaldehyde, chemical propellants, antibiotics, and other foreign matter that is injected directly into our blood stream. I did some research on this HPV vaccination. Is it worth it for this vaccination? No. Why do I think that? Other than the fact that people are actually DYING from this vaccination, here is what helped me come this conclusion below.
Science has proven that cervical cancer is caused by HPV. There are many strands strands of HPV, the types that cause cervical cancer (high risk) are not the types that cause warts (low risk). 80% or more of men and women are infected with HPV at sometime in their lives. Most don't even know they have it, it isn't in routine STD testing, and doesn't have outward signs that they are infected. Men are mostly unaffected from HPV. Only a small number of those women infected go on to have issues with it, overwhelmingly most female bodies take care of the infection on their own. If someone has autoimmune issues, a vaccination is not in their favor to begin with IMO.
In the US, cervical cancer has the highest rates of living of all cancers. It isn't a common cancer in the US, a person's chance of getting it is very rare. These two facts are mainly because regular pap smears catch a number of things, including cervical cancer way before it becomes cancer.
Cervical cancer is a very slow growing cancer over many years. Many times, it never does progress to cancer, but the pap detects abnormalities on the cervix so the doctors can keep a close eye on it in whatever way is needed. Doctors are able to rate the abnormalities and take a biopsy if needed. Most of the time any problems are monitored and disappear on their own. As said earlier, the overwhelming majority of people do not have issues with HPV and cervical cancer.
In the event the HPV infection does not clear up in a certain amount of time, but still isn't cancer (and very well may never will be cancer but many doctors would rather treat it proactively than continue to wait), there are several options that a doctor can take to help clear up the HPV infection that aren't very intrusive and have little, if any, down time, certainly nothing like chemotherapy or radiation. Most of the time those procedures take care of the HPV. If not, they can be repeated. Then the person is closely monitored with frequent pap smears. Most of the women treated once for any abnormally of the cervix don't have more issues.
It is way more important to get routine pap smears and be aware of cervical cancer and HPV risk factors (for instance, if you smoke you are more likely to have problems with infections, also if you are sexually active with many partners or from a young age, etc.) rather than get a vaccination that has harmed many of the people who have taken it, even taking their lives. And this vaccination doesn't include many HPV strands, taking the vaccination is taking a huge risk as even if it worked as it was suppose to work, it still doesn't offer full protection. And the chances of getting cervical cancer are so low to begin with anyway. The risks outweigh the benefits of getting a needle 3 times full of all the toxic things found in the shot. I believe it has rat poison it in and well as aluminum and some other stuff.
The shots haven't been approved for older women or males.
Here are some links for more information on the dangers of this particular vaccination:http://www.businesswire.com/multimed...429/en/1709995http://www.naturalnews.com/025411.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com/024872.html