So while the HPV vaccine may prevent infection, there is still no proof that it also reduces the frequency of cervical cancer.
But programmes of HPV vaccinations are solemnly based on this claim and such vaccinations are widespread – in the UK, the uptake in adolescent girls is over 85%.
However, according to Dr. Christian Fiala, a Viennese specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology interviewed in the film:
No-one has shown that the HPV vaccine actually reduces the rate of cervical cancer but on the side-effects side it is clear that we have seen a huge number of serious, really terrible side-effects, like young girls being paralysed and actually condemned to death and even dying.
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