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The choice to vaccinate (or not) is an important one, and like any other medical decision, parents should have all the facts provided to them in order to make an informed choice.

One of the more recent vaccines, the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccine, underscores the importance of knowing all the facts before allowing your child to get the shot.

Consider these facts:

   The HPV vaccine was fast-tracked to market, with insufficient testing, to prevent cervical cancer, despite the fact that this is one of the most avoidable and treatable forms of cancer.

   In order for an unvaccinated woman, who undertakes regular screening, to get cervical cancer requires medical malpractice. Proper gynecological care is all the protection that a woman needs to avoid cervical cancer.

   Through aggressive advertising, industry-sponsored medical education, political pressure and pseudo science vaccine manufacturers created the illusion of a crisis in order to sell a profitable vaccine, despite any demonstrable public health crisis.

   These vaccines are responsible for three times as many adverse reactions as any other vaccine, with far less benefit.

Before allowing their children to be vaccinated, parents need to investigate the risks and potential benefits of the HPV vaccines and make their decision based on complete information; then share this knowledge with their friends, local school administrators and elected officials

The HPV vaccine could just be the tip of the iceberg. The truth is that long-term studies that prove the safety of the current vaccine schedule have not been done. Nor have dangerous vaccine adjuvants like aluminum been adequately tested for safety. Nor have major studies been undertaken to compare the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated children. This lack of data makes the current push to mandate vaccination all the more troubling.

If you agree that HPV vaccines are unsafe and ineffective, here are some things you can do:

  • Sign our petition to the US Health and Human Services Department to rescind approval for the HPV vaccine
  • Sign up for ANH-USA’s newsletter to stay informed about pending bills in your state that would mandate the HPV vaccine for school children
  • Sign a petition to Congress calling for reforms to the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program to make it easier for families to be compensated when a vaccine injures their child.

Resources for Further Inquiry

Websites

Protect Vaccine Choice
The Alliance for Natural Health USA’s vaccine choice campaign website.

Sanevax
Promoting Safe, Affordable, Necessary & Effective vaccines and vaccination practices through education and information.

National Vaccine Information Center
Consumer-led organization advocating for the institution of vaccine safety and informed consent protections in the public health system.

The Vaccine Reaction
Blog, sponsored by NVIC, offering an expanded conversation on vaccine safety.

Vaccine Adverse Reaction Reporting System
System established by Health and Human Services to report and track vaccine injuries in the U.S.

European Adverse Event Reporting System
System established to report and track vaccine injuries in Europe.


Articles

Falsehoods About HPV Vaccines

Too Many Side Effects

Preventing Cervical Cancer Without Vaccinations (subscription required)

New Federal Vaccine Plan

Case Reports of ‘Syndrome’ Appearing After HPV Vaccination

Court Protects Vaccine Manufacturers

 

Reports/ Studies

Adverse Effects of Vaccines (pdf)

Bias in Ecological Studies (pdf)

Gotschze Letter to European Medicines Agency (pdf)

Cerverix Adverse Effects Warning Insert (pdf)

Gardasil Adverse Effects Warning Insert (pdf)

Global Health Coalition (pdf)

Creating an HPV Industry

File a VAERS Report

Gardasil and Unexplained Deaths

HPV Industry Timeline

HPV Mechanisms of Action in Women

HPV Vaccine Fact Sheet

Presentation to the FDA

Supreme Court Arguments