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Victoria Day

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When two of the children who attend my Sunday School class told me they had received the first in a series of three Gardasil vaccinations, I was suspect. When I did the research, I was angry.


FACT: Gardasil does not prevent cervical cancer. It prevents only four of the 100 plus Human Papalloma viruses that may cause cervical cancer. This virus is transmitted primarily through *** activity. [So why is it administered to nine year olds?]

FACT: " Statistics in the United States of women under 20 who develop cervical cancer is 0.0% and only 0.1% worldwide. According to The American Cancer Society, “Cervical cancer tends to occur in midlife. Most cases are found in women younger than 50. It rarely develops in women younger than 20. Many older women do not realize that the risk of developing cervical cancer is still present as they age. Almost 20% of women with cervical cancer are diagnosed when they are over 65. " On average, about 3,870 women will die of cervical cancer in 2008 and again, most of those in midlife. [So why are we vaccinating children?]

The above information is based on NCI's SEER Cancer Statistics Review.

FACT: Merck, the manufacturer of Gardasil has stated that the vaccine is effective for five years but is uncertain of prolonged protection. [Let's do the math. Nine years old protected for five years?]

FACT: According to an FDA report on Gardasil, the Human Papilloma virus usually is a transient infection and the body eradicates it on its own. When it continues untreated, it may cause cervical cancer.

An FDA news release from March 31, 2003 acknowledges that “most infections (by HPV) are short-lived and not associated with cervical cancer. "

FACT: According to Merck, if administered to those who already have the virus, it “may increase the risk, by 44.6%, of developing high-grade precancerous lesions in the cervice. " p. 10, HiFi DNA report, March 7, 2007. [Do they test those who receive the vaccination? No. ]

FACT: “Research is now being done on using Gardasil in older women and in males. "
[MALES? A drug supposedly to stop cervical cancer???]

American Cancer Society

FACT: Deaths and serious side effects have occurred after vaccination. Get info: Gardasil and HPV infection,
Vaccine Risk Awareness Network,

There is so much more that we will be happy to e-mail anyone concerned, but for now, we leave you with the last FACT: “In 2006, the company's sales were $235,000,000. " - John Carreyrou, Wall Street Journal. If made mandatory, estimates go as high as four billion.


Victoria Day is an accomplished artist and writer residing in Southern Arizona. She is the wife of a Southern Baptist minister and publishes “Heart of Mohave Magazine. "


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