HPV VACCINE AND INFERTILITY
WHAT IS THE CORRELATION?
Although I’ve talked extensively about the HPV Vaccine (Human Papilloma Virus) in the past (HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE), showing you that it’s one of the single worst shots you could have foisted on your children, today we are going to dig just a bit deeper and look at its relationship to INFERTILITY. Although the number one cause of American infertility is PCOS, we are going to look at a few of the numerous studies associating this all too common problem (about 7 million women are affected with infertility) with the HPV Vaccine. For the record, many quotes are CHERRY PICKED due to restraints on time and space, and the studies being discussed today are in no particular order.
In October of 2014, the Journal of Investigative Medicine: High Impact Case Reports (Adolescent Premature Ovarian Insufficiency Following Human Papillomavirus Vaccination) talked about a group of teens in the New South Wales part of Australia that had developed Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) following vaccination with the HPV vaccine. Mayo Clinic describes POI in this way. “Premature ovarian failure — also known as primary ovarian insufficiency — is a loss of normal function of your ovaries before age 40. Signs and symptoms of premature ovarian failure are similar to those of going through menopause and include irregular or skipped periods (amenorrhea), difficulty conceiving, hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, irritability or difficulty concentrating, decreased sexual desire.” The authors went on to speculate why this happened. “Each quadrivalent HPV vaccine is a recombinant protein particulate vaccine, containing…. 225 µg aluminum.” If you’ve never heard that ALUMINUM is a hardcore neurotoxin found almost universally in vaccines, click the link and get up to speed.
“Prior to vaccine introduction, the incidence and mortality rate of cervical cancer were steadily declining. These rates more than halved in the decade prior to 2000 in the 20- to 69-year age group in Australia and 578 new cases were diagnosed in 2000. Premature ovarian insufficiency has serious health implications. A Swedish study of 22 000 postmenopausal women suggests those entering menopause aged 40 to 45 years have a 40% increased risk of cardiac failure than those entering menopause at age 50 to 54 years. For every year delay in the onset of menopause the rate of cardiac failure was lowered 2%. The cardiac implications for teenagers entering menopause have yet to be defined. Altered ovulatory and menstrual patterns also lead to accelerated loss of bone density and increased wrist and hip fractures in later life. POF is one of the greatest risk factors for osteoporosis. Furthermore, lowered bone mineral density begins with diminished ovarian function before the onset of amenorrhea and suboptimal bone density in teens is a factor in the development of osteoporosis. The great quantity of research concerning HPV4 vaccine does not necessarily establish a comprehensive, qualitative safety assurance. [These girls will need] subsequent monitoring for autoimmune conditions that may be associated. Psychological health will also be monitored given the physiological and emotional effects of this diagnosis.”
Why would they need to monitor for AUTOIMMUNE CONDITIONS? Because POI is an autoimmune disease, and once you are autoimmune, your body has the propensity to attack other parts of itself as well. This is why autoimmune diseases tend to travel in packs, like wolves. It’s also why autoimmune diseases are not problems with the tissue or organ being attacked (in this case the ovaries), but is instead a problem with a malfunctioning immune system. There were 68 studies in the bibliography.
In January of 2016, the American College of Pediatricians published a position statement on the safety of the HPV Vaccine titled New Concerns about the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine. The author of this paper, Dr. Scott Field, who along with his wife, Dr. Susan Field (also a pediatrician) own Field Pediatrics in Huntsville, Alabama, would be considered mainstream. For instance, the homepage of their clinic’s website contains warnings about kids and SUN EXPOSURE, as well as information about the latest FLU VACCINE. Field’s paper had this to say about the HPV Vaccine….
“There are legitimate concerns that should be addressed: (1) long-term ovarian function was not assessed in either the original rat safety studies or in the human vaccine trials, (2) most primary care physicians are probably unaware of a possible association between HPV4 and POF and may not consider reporting POF cases or prolonged amenorrhea (missing menstrual periods) to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)… Many adolescent females are vaccinated with influenza, meningococcal, and tetanus vaccines without getting Gardasil, and yet only 5.6% of reports related to ovarian dysfunction since 2006 are associated with such vaccines in the absence of simultaneous Gardasil administration. The overwhelming majority (76%) of VAERS reports since 2006 with ovarian failure, premature menopause, and/or amenorrhea are associated solely with Gardasil.”
Interestingly, I just wrote about the phenomenon of underreporting adverse events to VAERS (HERE). It’s frankly shocking how infrequently said reporting takes place, a phenomenon which creates safety profiles for drugs and vaccines that look dramatically better than they really are. And remember that studies have repeatedly shown that side effects are always worse in a real world setting as opposed to laboratory studies. There were 9 studies in this paper’s bibliography.
A year ago this month, a distressing study was published in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health called A Lowered Probability of Pregnancy in Females in the USA Aged 25–29 Who Received a Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Injection. The author, one Dr. Gayle DeLong of the Department of Economics and Finance of Baruch College of the City University of New York (CUNY) admitted in the “conflicts” section that her paper contains a conflict of interest. “The author filed a claim under the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program on behalf of her daughter. The Special Master dismissed the claim due to untimely filing.” Allow me to digress for a moment.
For those of you not aware, the VICP is a government program created not only to provide financial compensation for children injured, damaged, or killed by vaccines, it’s real purpose was to move product liability from Big Pharma to the American taxpayer. That’s right folks, you foot the bill — vaccine damage / injury / mortality is not something you can sue for in the United States of America. A great short article on this subject can be found in last March’s issue of the American Conservative (The ‘Vaccine Court’ Is Hazardous to Your Health). Robert Moxley, a vaccine attorney with nearly three decades of experience and the only attorney to argue vaccine cases before SCOTUS twice, wrote….
“The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation Act was passed in 1986, under the shadow of multi-million dollar jury verdicts against the makers of the Diphtheria Pertussis and Tetanus (DPT) vaccine. Congress announced that vaccine injuries and deaths are real and provided that vaccine-injured children and their families would be financially compensated. From the passing of the legislation in 1986, the process has been rigged, one major step at a time, in favor of the vaccine-industrial complex. The VICP creates a classic moral hazard, granting immunity from suit to the vaccine industry while providing insurance against any loss. The vaccine-industrial complex has become a thriving giant; according to a 2013 report presented by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, nearly 300 vaccines were reported to be in development. Its lobbying money drives agency denial of the reality of vaccine injury, which in turn permeates policy decisions in a sinister fashion.“
If you follow my site you already knew about the 300 VACCINES CURRENTLY IN R&D, but most people have no idea of just how poorly the VCIP compensates parents for vaccine-related injuries or deaths. $250,000. That’s right, two hundred and fifty thousand bucks is the cap. So; your child ends up with God-only-knows what sort of neurological damage, and you get a maximum of $250,000 dollars? By the time you purchase a special vehicle, handicap-equip your home, and do the dozens of other things you’re going to have to do, including special schools, a variety of therapies (physical, speech, etc), as well as ongoing medical care, the money may get you though the first year or so. Ask anyone who’s been there; $250,000 doesn’t go very far, and the reality is that most people are turned away with nothing. Anyway, Back to Dr. DeLong’s study. Here is the abstract of this study (for the record, “DeLong’s claim did not include the HPV vaccine“).
“Birth rates in the United States have recently fallen. Birth rates per 1,000 females aged 25–29 fell from 118 in 2007 to 105 in 2015. One factor may involve the vaccination against the human papillomavirus (HPV). Shortly after the vaccine was licensed, several reports of recipients experiencing primary ovarian failure emerged. This study analyzed information gathered in National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which represented 8 million 25-to-29-year-old women residing in the United States between 2007 and 2014. Approximately 60% of women who did not receive the HPV vaccine had been pregnant at least once, whereas only 35% of women who were exposed to the vaccine had conceived. For married women, 75% who did not receive the shot were found to conceive, while only 50% who received the vaccine had ever been pregnant. Using logistic regression to analyze the data, the probability of having been pregnant was estimated for females who received an HPV vaccine compared with females who did not receive the shot. Results suggest that females who received the HPV shot were less likely to have ever been pregnant than women in the same age group who did not receive the shot. If 100% of females in this study had received the HPV vaccine, data suggest the number of women having ever conceived would have fallen by 2 million. Further study into the influence of HPV vaccine on fertility is thus warranted.”
All DeLong did was use her expertise in the study of Statistics to put pencil and paper to this issue and mathematically extrapolate the severity of the problem. The bib contained 33 sources.
Because bias is universal to the human condition, we can’t be surprised that it exists in the biomedical research field — particularly when there are hundreds of billions of reasons it would. A study from one of the British Medical Journal’s numerous publications (EBM Analysis: Primary Care) put together a study earlier this year titled The Cochrane HPV Vaccine Review was Incomplete and Ignored Important Evidence of Bias. The authors — themselves part of the Cochrane Collaboration — took on the most prestigious medical review group on the planet, COCHRANE, accusing them of dealing from the bottom of the deck concerning the pharmaceutical industry’s HPV trials. “The Cochrane human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine review missed nearly half of the eligible trials. The review was influenced by reporting bias and biased trial designs.”
Before I proceed, allow me to briefly explain not only why so many studies were not counted, but why this is the norm in medical research and has been for decades (HERE is an example). It’s because studies show us that fully half of all biomedical research (one out of two studies folks) is never published, or the study is halted midstream. This problem is so rampant that it has its own special name — a topic I have written on extensively — INVISIBLE & ABANDONED. Don’t want anyone to see studies that put your drugs, vaccines, or medical devices in a bad light? Simply end the study prematurely and / or never publish the results. By the way, I&B is how I became the current world record holder for consecutively-made free throws (HERE).
Let’s begin discussing this study by discussing the problem of VACCINE ADJUVANTS. Adjuvants are toxic ingredients found in all vaccines (aluminum is by far the most common), whose toxicity is purposefully meant to create INFLAMMATION — the numerous immune system chemicals made by the body in response to tissue damage. Why are adjuvants there? Because without them, germs alone (virus and bacteria) cannot create a potent enough inflammatory effect to produce the sort of immunity doctors are looking for.
Thus, when studying the adverse effects of an adjuvanted vaccine, it must be compared to an inert placebo, not another adjuvanted vaccine. Otherwise, it would be like me comparing the side effects of Arsenic to the side effects of Cyanide and then declaring them equally safe because they carry equal numbers of equally severe side effects. And as to “biased” trial designs, I’ve shown you repeatedly (HERE are scores of posts) that there are literally hundreds of ways to set up research to prove whatever you want to prove.
“Part of the Cochrane Collaboration’s motto is ‘Trusted evidence’. We do not find the Cochrane HPV vaccine review to be ‘Trusted evidence’, as it was influenced by reporting bias and biased trial designs. We believe that the Cochrane review does not meet the standards for Cochrane reviews or the needs of the citizens or healthcare providers that consult Cochrane reviews to make ‘Informed decisions’, which also is part of Cochrane’s motto. No included trial in the Cochrane review used a placebo comparator. All 26 trials included in the Cochrane review used active comparators: adjuvants (aluminium hydroxide or amorphous aluminium hydroxyphosphate sulfate)… According to the FDA, adjuvants are unreliable comparators. The Cochrane authors mistakenly used the term placebo to describe the active comparators. The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator groups and thereby masked harms caused by the HPV vaccines. The criteria are not listed as warnings on the package inserts of the HPV vaccines, which may have led to more vaccine-related harms in clinical practice than in the trials.”
By the way, this was not the only bias these authors, two from Copenhagen’s Nordic Cochrane Centre, and one from Oxford’s Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, uncovered, but I don’t have time to deal with the rest. You can read this study yourself, as it’s free online. There were 31 studies in the bibliography.
The 2010 issue of the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics “raised an alarm about the nature of research in India as well as the value attached by the state to the lives of its citizens. The trial was being conducted in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat by the NGO PATH with support from the Indian Council of Medical Research and local health authorities. They were funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The vaccine is supplied by two companies, Merck Sharpe & Dohme and Glaxo Smith Kline. When the government stopped the trials, three doses had already been administered to 30,000 participants, mostly tribal girls aged between 9 and 14.” What happened exactly to cause this debacle? Aarefa Johari’s article, Unethical Cancer Trials in India May Have Led to 254 Pointless Deaths, Claims American Doctor, spelled it out.
“Since 1997, however, at least 254 such deaths [cervical cancer] may have occurred because Indian women from lower-income groups were misinformed and not given basic pre-cancer screening tests even as they participated in research studies on cervical cancer. This is a contention that Dr Eric Suba, an American pathologist and medical ethics proponent, has been making for several years in relation to three major long-term cervical cancer studies conducted in India between 1997 and 2012. All three studies received funding from prominent agencies in the United States.”
If you want to see a conspiracy theory in reality, read Johari’s article. Speaking of conspiracy theories, this brings us to an interesting little excursion down the rabbit hole that deals with the tetanus vaccination as opposed to HPV, but may just be the “Queen Mother” of all vaccine-related conspiracies. Does anyone remember 2014’s UN-led sterilization effort in Kenya by the WHO, where Catholic Bishops raised a ruckus after finding HCG (Human Chorionic Gonaditrophin — a female hormone frequently used as a P.E.D.) in tetanus vaccines that were part of a campaign designed only for girls and women of child-bearing age? Although there have been untold numbers of mainstream sources decrying this story as bogus, there are plenty of sources that show otherwise. Here are a few.
- “According to UNICEF five shots of tetanus vaccinations are recommended by the Kenyan Health Ministry in order to guarantee immunity from tetanus for life. Is this realistic?” A rhetorical question being asked by attorney, Stefano Gennarini, in a November 2014 article titled CDC Stands by UNICEF Vaccines in Kenya. Since when is the tetanus vaccination a series of 5 (five) shots? “Had you ever heard of birth control shots or fertility regulating vaccines? Does any such thing exist? No. There is not, and never was, human chorionic gonadotropine (HCG) in any Tetanus Toxoid (TT) vaccine used for tetanus prevention – not in UNICEF-supplied TT/Td/DTP nor in any WHO prequalified tetanus toxoid-containing vaccine procured directly by governments or the private sector.” Ibid. Now pay attention.
- “In 1993, WHO announced a ‘birth-control vaccine’ for ‘family planning’. Published research shows that by 1976 WHO researchers had conjugated tetanus toxoid (TT) with human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) producing a ‘birth-control’ vaccine. Conjugating TT with hCG causes pregnancy hormones to be attacked by the immune system [autoimmunity]. Expected results are abortions in females already pregnant and/or infertility in recipients not yet impregnated.Repeated inoculations prolong infertility. Currently WHO researchers are working on more potent anti-fertility vaccines using recombinant DNA. WHO publications show a long-range purpose to reduce population growth in unstable ‘less developed countries’. By November 1993 Catholic publications appeared saying an abortifacient vaccine was being used as a tetanus prophylactic. In November 2014, the Catholic Church asserted that such a program was underway in Kenya. Three independent Nairobi accredited bio-chemistry laboratories tested samples from vials of the WHO tetanus vaccine being used in March 2014 and found hCG where none should be present.” From a team of six authors (HCG Found in WHO Tetanus Vaccine in Kenya Raises Concern in the Developing World), and published in the October 2017 issue of the Open Access Library Journal. For the record, this is not the first incidence of scientists using vaccines to alter physiology by purposefully inducing an autoimmune reaction (HERE).
- “In September of 2017 APA News in Kenya reported that at least 500,000 young girls and women may be infertile, following a tetanus vaccine administered by the government in 2014 and 2015: ‘Today, we can confirm to the country that the Catholic Church was right. Hundreds of thousands of our girls and women, aged between 14 and 49, from the fastest growing populations in the country will not have children, because of the state-sponsored sterilization that was sold to the country as tetanus vaccination,’ Odinga declared. Odinga further charged that they accessed the analysis from four highly-regarded institutions, such as agriQ Quest Ltd, the Nairobi Hospital Laboratories, the University of Nairobi and Lancet Kenya.” From Health Impact News (Mass Sterilization of Millions of African Girls through Tetanus Vaccine Scandal Broadens as Kenyan Laboratory Attacked)
- “Practically every contraceptive ever marketed to Western women was first tried out on some unsuspecting and under-educated poor women… We are not convinced that the Government has taken adequate responsibility to ensure that Tetanus Toxoid vaccine laced with Beta human chorionic gonadotropin sub unit is not being used by the sponsoring development partners. — This has previously been used by the same partners in the Philippines, Nicaragua and Mexico to vaccinate women against future pregnancy. Unfortunately, we weren’t just looking at preventing fertilization now; we generated a complete autoimmune disease, which is also known as Premature Ovarian Failure.” Quotes from the Kenyan Bishops from Uncensored’s The Sleazy World Health Organisation (and Friends) are at it Again… BTW, if you type in ‘Vaccine Autoimmunity” into the search bar at the top right of my site, you’ll get almost 500 articles — HERE’S A GOOD ONE.
Back in 2015, Tara Haelle, a vaccine journalist for Forbes whose bio states that she has an acute interest in “debunking misinformation about vaccines,” wrote an article titled Gardasil HPV Vaccine Not Linked To Multiple Sclerosis Or Related Diseases, indicating that according to a JAMA study the general public has nothing to worry about because no central nervous system condition has been associated with the HPV Vaccine (they must have forgot about the studies in the links at the beginning of this post). You know; one of those ‘we’re-from-the-government-and-we’re-here-to-help’ sort of things. Then came the study from April’s issue of Neurology (Two Cases of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis after Human Papillomavirus Vaccination).
Listen to what the authors from the University of Miami had to say about this. “These 2 cases and the others that have been previously reported, suggest a temporal association between HPV vaccination and onset of MS.” Oh; I guess there were “others“. Why weren’t they reported in the original study that Haelle wrote about? Believe me when I tell you that few things sound a louder death knell for one’s career than being “THAT GUY” who insists on reporting vaccine side effects (LIKE THIS GUY). It’s why I’ve warned my readers and patients that the people on either side of this argument are effectively being “MUZZLED“.
A study from the November 2016 issue of Internal Medicine (Two Cases of Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis Following Vaccination Against Human Papilloma Virus) dealt with two cases as well, but likewise stated in their research that, “Several cases of young females presenting with central nervous system (CNS) demyelination following the administration of HPV vaccine have been reported thus far.” Just after telling us that several meant 13, the Japanese authors wrote that, “The prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Western countries is approximately 10 times higher than that in Asian countries. The targeted age of nationwide voluntary HPV immunization programs conducted in Australia and other [Western] countries is consistent with the age group susceptible to multiple sclerosis.” Especially scary once you realize how severely vaccine reactions of this type are “UNDERREPORTED” and that incidence of MS is literally exploding.
One of the things we see over and over and over again in biomedical research is that when it comes to side effects, for any number of reasons, there are always significantly fewer of them in clinical trials than once the product has been dumped on the public. A study from last October’s issue of Clinical Rheumatology (Serious Adverse Events After HPV Vaccination: A Critical Review of Randomized Trials and Post-Marketing Case Series) proves that this is likewise the case with the HPV Vaccine. Honestly, this study was so freaky (51 studies in its bibliography) that it was difficult to pick a starting point. However, try this on for size and remember as you read that all good conspiracy theories involve high level cover-ups.
“In-depth analysis of some supportive post-marketing HPV vaccine safety studies disclosed disquieting findings. HPV vaccine post-marketing safety studies done in Valencia, Spain, and Alberta, Canada, endorsed HPV vaccine safety. Nevertheless, these investigations contain disquieting findings. It seems perilous to blame bad press for the 10 times higher than expected HPV vaccine adverse events notification by Valencian doctors and nurses. Similarly intriguing is the description of 10% of HPV-vaccinated healthy Canadian girls needing to visit a hospital emergency department within 42 days following HPV immunization.”
Pay attention folks because this is the stuff that came from the “supportive” studies. Again, you’re not likely to see the unsupportive studies simply because they become casualties of the I & B process. And if not, the side effects were judged by the powers-that-be not to matter anyway. “Practically, none of the serious adverse events occurring in any arm of both studies were judged to be vaccine-related.” It’s why you out there reading this with the vaccine-injured child cannot get any doctor anywhere to agree with what you know in your heart to be true; that your child is a casualty of BIG PHARMA. And it only gets worse. Allow me to discuss the term “number” in the scientific sense of the word.
“The number needed to harm indicates how many individuals on average need to be vaccinated with the 9-valent dose to cause harm (in this case, a serious adverse event) in one individual who would not otherwise have been harmed by the 4-valent dose. This number is 140.” Guess how many people, however, must be vaccinated to prevent a single case of HPV in the same study? “The number needed to vaccinate is 1757.” 1757 was probably a fine year — not quite two decades before America became a nation. Unfortunately, what this really means is that on average 1,757 individuals must be vaccinated to prevent a single case of human papillomavirus. Gulp? The authors went on to talk about some of the side effects that have been associated with the HPV vaccine, that were deemed not to be related to the vaccine.
“Table 2 contains case reports and case series of chronic illnesses developing soon after HPV vaccination. Independent case series have described similar clinical features of headache, fatigue, musculoskeletal pain, and orthostatic intolerance symptoms. Nevertheless, this cluster of symptoms was labeled with different diagnoses such as chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgia encephalomyelitis, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, fibromyalgia, or complex regional pain syndrome. Available followup information disclosed that the vast majority of affected individuals remain disabled. There are case reports of ovarian insufficiency after HPV vaccination. Some of these cases also had headache, sleep disturbances, and arthralgia”.
Believe me when I tell you that I could have gone on. And on. And on. CRPS, FIBROMYALGIA, SYMPATHETIC DOMINANCE, INSOMNIA, CHRONIC FATIGUE, HEADACHES, and all over joint pain. And that’s just for starters. Some of the hardcore neurological junk is even worse. The HPV vaccine really is that bad. What do I suggest you do? The disclaimer version is that you should talk to your doctor about these studies and see what they think. Most of you already know without having to ask. Thus, do your own research, and do it for EVERY SINGLE VACCINE YOU OR YOUR CHILD IS SUPPOSED TO RECEIVE!
Make educated decisions based on facts and not on fear of being called out as a “bad parent” or even worse; the dreaded ANTIVAXXER. And if anyone in your family has been vaccine damaged, be sure to READ THIS POST and figure out where you might need to go from here. Don’t take it lying down. Also, if you know people who need to be reached with this sort of information, be sure and like, share, or follow on FACEBOOK.