On HPV Vaccines Safety and Risk

 On Vaccines Safety and Risks

By, Afua Serwah Osei-Bonsu


The following is an HPV Vaccine or Human Papillomavirus vaccine study summary in terms of vaccine safety, vaccine risks and based on what claims prove or disprove of each.

HPV affects 9 out of 10 people according to the CDC.[1]  A “9 out of 10” rating for HPV could indicate an epidemic impacting most, if not all the population.

On one recent trip for vaccinations, to a local IHA primary care doctor after research from the Center for Disease Control charts detailing which vaccines are appropriate at what age- Patient found as one gets older to look for things like calcium, and joint juice, maybe even a back brace for a good posture in old age and to stay up to date on needed vaccinations.

One patient was declined an HPV vaccine and was told by the physician that “they have not been heavily tested within her age groups population yet and are therefore considered unsafe, until proven safe [sic].”[2]

According to IHA, there is therefore no indication that the HPV vaccine will in fact prevent genital warts or cervical cancer without adequate controlled trials covering specific populations inclusive of age groups.[3]    What research is there around the impact on epidemiology that states what an HPV vaccine would do when viruses were becoming more and more commonplace, spreading across cities and earth via love channels?

Patient found that recently in response to a variety of Human Papillomavirus cases including for genital warts and cervical cancer and some lesions found in the mouth area were eradicated with several HPV vaccines including Gardasil 9.  Gardasil 9 can effectively eradicate many HPV infections that in the late 80’s became epidemics around the world.[4]  According to University of Michigan’s Travel Clinic that specializes in immunizations states:  “that if a person is already exposed to a specific type of HPV, vaccination will not prevent disease from that type. However, vaccination is still recommended to protect against other types of HPV.”[5]

Popular things that were discussed in cities like New York City where HPV infections raged after the millennium:  it was rumored that some countries such as Sweden had medications that were optimized or “long acting” to temporarily delay HPV or Herpes Virus symptoms for ~7 years for example.  It was as if infected persons would make a “vacation destination” inclusive of medications.

The Travel Clinic states that the “HPV vaccine is given as a 3-dose series. The second dose is given 2 months after the first dose, and the third dose is given 6 months after the first dose. If you miss that timing, you can still complete the series.”  The series costs $227 per dose or $681 for the entire series at the University of Michigan Travel Clinic.[6]

One such IHA doctor claimed that the vaccine had not been tested in all age groups and was not available for older patients.[7] For most, the preventative vaccine for HPV was not available previously and though now in existence is still not available for those beyond teenage years or childhood according to IHA.  One may receive conflicting information or be able to receive a consultation from a local travel clinic that specializes in vaccinations and has up to date information about vaccinations as well as onsite availability of laboratory testing for allergies etc.

The availability of “living viruses” that may build a specific internal sequence to fight off or eliminate a virus are often controversial and considered successful, however radical cures. There is wide spread fear about the vaccines effectivity and potential danger to impact unwanted changes to a human system such as that with the  “MMR vaccine” for measles, mumps and rubella that alleged autism.

The flip side of vaccines has to do with vaccinations opponents who raise several issues which appear to be rationalist or emotionalized and without fact based evidence to support assertions.  In one case on the http://www.stopmandatoryvaccination.com website the writer alludes to graphs to support his/her claim as if they were emanating from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and were not.  The graphs illustrate the point that diseases were “flat lining” and in decline long before viruses and denies any connection between vaccinations and cures.[8]

For the most part it appears to be a group effort lead by Naturopath’s, or those in search of a “plant based” medicine or “organic and board certified measures,” or “holistic nutrition,” according to the Energetic Health Institute.[9]

The anti-vaccine website has an ad with a baby flexing and the blurb “we don’t vaccinate.”  There are ads that claim the “population is poisoned” that appear to be rationalist and without adequate evidence to support their claim.  It became a goal of the anti-vaccine group to raise a “vaccine free child.”  However, there are fears for the children when and if they get the diseases prevented by the vaccines.[10]

There are many books on amazon.com to support the anti-vaccine movement as well as websites:  Vaxnot.com, “Vaxxed from Cover up to Catastrophe,” “Super Charge Your Immune System with Natural Medicine.”

The anti-vaccine chief claim rests on one’s ability to cure with a high dose nutrition and supplementation.[11] Naturopathic doctor’s alleged several reasons for why they were believers in anti-vaccination including:  toxins in vaccines, injecting a virus, ability to mutate, vaccine schedule changes, profit margins from greedy companies, seizures and vaccine injured children, cancer causing agents injected, and critical vaccine studies.[12]

The chief vaccine concerns do not appear to be evidence based or supported with facts and research, but rather emotionalized, rationalist and claims based on assumption.  Vaccine concerns can be as if Casablanca’s “round up the usual suspects.”

Is it as if one should stay tuned into the Centers for Disease Control and FDA or the Travel Clinic to find out about vaccines and cures coming out for all the viruses in the world?  One has to check to see if their disease has been cured or if a presently occurring disease has prevention.

One great travesty was with the Malaria vaccine that was not globally distributed and many suffered even died.  Anti-poverty theorists and scientists like Jeffrey Sachs recommended mosquito nets[13] when vaccines were available in some, but not all countries that needed them.  Perhaps talk of vaccinations requires a movement away from status quo models to deeper connected issues including global strategies and dialogs. For example one University of Michigan researcher said “we may use vaccines but why not also exterminate the areas insect populations in the case of malaria to deeply root out the problem.”

FDA approved Gardasil 9 for use in immunization of HPV in just 2014 according to the Centers for Disease Control.  The safety of Gardasil 9 was tested in a safety group of 15,000 participants, was licensed and continues to be monitored.  Gardasil was licensed in 2006 and Cervarix approved in 2009, which is supposed to “protect woman and girls against HPV.”[14]

The Vaccine Safety Datalink and clinical immunization safety assessment as well as “vaccine law” now protect people and makers of vaccines from injury. Rampant litigation could delay vaccine makers from virus cures.[15]

It returns us to the earlier origins theories and theories for genetic research such as that in evolution when a person may pursue root causes and “selection,” or hereditability or perhaps “intelligent design” where there may be indicators of “a maker or designer” in conjunction with the indicated disease or problem.

The worst of what is being reported about the danger of immunization has to do with things like redness or pain in the area of the injection and sometimes fainting, fever or headache, muscle or joint pain.[16]

Now vaccines have adverse effects reporting systems so that parents do not need to base claims on evidence that has not been justified.  The following 4 entities document information about vaccines safety and risks:

  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Food and Drug Administration
  • National Institutes of Health
  • Health Resources and Services Administration

VIS or vaccine information statements are available with every vaccine and are commonly distributed. You may be required to sign off you received proper information prior to receiving your injection.   Passport in particular has a 24 hour 7 day a week call center and experience with “developing manuals, tool kits, protocols and consent forms has proven effective for patients.” “Now vaccine safety is listed on a “Vaccine Safety Datalink.”[17]

Imagine a vaccine that cures HPV. There is also a vaccine for the classic and romanticized STD of Syphilis. In the 1985 American film and epic romantic drama, “Out of Africa,” with Meryl Streep and actor Robert Redford, the character of Meryl Streep suffers from Syphilis.[18]

There is aim said Wikipedia to reduce financial liability vaccine makers incur with a “Federal No Fault System” complete with compensation program.  The procedures involve the United States courts and federal claims.[19]

HPV according to the most common reportage seems perfectly safe.  There appears to be an empiricist approach to the HPV vaccine and with the scientific model present based on hypotheses, observation and calculation. Vaccinations research is a good place to start when looking for the antidote to an “outbreak or for serious infection” or epidemic.  Most viruses undergo clinical trials then wait for FDA approval for a smooth transition as was advised by Passport-“a smooth transition from trials to launch.”  Passport, performs their own clinical trials.[20]

 [1] https://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/index.html/
[2] IHA Primary Care Ann Arbor, Dr. Li Li
[3] IHA Primary Care Ann Arbor, Dr. Li Li
[4] Travel Health Services | University Health Service   https://www.uhs.umich.edu/travelhealth
[5] Travel Health Services | University Health Service       https://www.uhs.umich.edu/hpv#what
[6] Travel Health Services | University Health Service  https://www.uhs.umich.edu/files/uhs/aithc-prices.pdf
[7] IHA Ann Arbor, Dr. Li Li
[8] http://www.stopmandatory vaccination.com
[9] http://www.stopmandatory vaccination.com
[10] http://www.stopmandatory vaccination.com
[11] http://www.stopmandatoryvaccination.com
[12] http://www.stopmandatoryvaccination.com
[13] The New York Times
[14] https://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/index.html/
[15] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Childhood_Vaccine_Injury_Act
[16] https://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/index.html/
[17] https://www.passporthealthusa.com/clinical-trials/
[18] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_of_Africa_(film)
[19] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Childhood_Vaccine_Injury_Act
[20] https://www.passporthealthusa.com/clinical-trials/)

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