As he continued his investigation, he soon learned more about the corruption behind a vaccine that is not needed, and has serious side effects, including death.
I contacted Dr. Pete Doshi, assistant professor of pharmaceutical health services research at the University of Maryland. He was unaware of any critical public health crisis centered around “under vaccination” for HPV.
In our discussion, I learned 98 percent of HPVs clear the body naturally within a few years; Maryland’s rates of cervical cancer were in decline for years prior to introduction of the vaccine; the vaccine itself has never been proven to prevent cancer; and it protects against only 9 out of 200+ strains of HPV.
HPVs are sexually transmitted, a fact not disclosed in the health department letter.
The approach being used by our state to prevent HPV cancer seems to be centered on fear mongering the dangers of the disease and over selling the potential benefits of the vaccine. The entire effort seems to be more a sales campaign than a disease prevention program.
The harm that may arise is tragically illustrated by the death in 2008 of Sparks resident Christina Tarsell after her third HPV shot. The U.S. Court of Federal Claims decision September of 2017 states the preponderance of evidence demonstrates the shot series caused the fatal arrhythmia that took Christina’s life.
Our public health officials owe the citizens of this state better than this. The lack of disclosure of any potential negative effects of the shot, up to and including death as evidenced by the loss of Christina Tarsell, appears to violate the moral and ethical imperative of informed medical consent. (Source.)