A Merrimac High School Student on the Gold Coast, Queensland, was injected with the Gardasil vaccine after the boys mother had clearly indicated on the consent form that her son was not to receive the jab. This raises the question as to why the school even bothered to send home a consent form if Queensland Health was going to ignore parents wishes and conduct the vaccination anyway.
Either way this is shocking and frightening for any parent in the same situation. How do you know if your child won’t be vaccinated according to your wishes as a parent when you send your child to school? The fact remains is you don’t.
Mother of the boy, Mellisa Blakemore, has obvious concerns about Gardasil, it’s side-affects and it’s efficacy. With good reason too.
In the U.S. the cervical cancer rate is 8 per 100,000 women.1 Moreover, it is one of the most treatable forms of cancer. The current death rate from cervical cancer is between 1.6 to 3.7 deaths per 100,000 women.2 The American Cancer Society (ACS) notes that “between 1955 and 1992, the cervical cancer death rate declined by 74%” and adds that “the death rate from cervical cancer continues to decline by nearly 4% each year.”3
According to Dr. Diane Harper, the leading international developer of the HPV vaccines, “There have been no efficacy trials in girls under 15 years,” she said. Dr Harper also revealed that “The rate of serious adverse events is greater than the incidence rate of cervical cancer.”8.
It’s bombshell evidence like this that leads parents everywhere like Mellisa Blakemore to avoid allowing their children to receive the Gardasil vaccine.
Merck (the vaccine manufacturer) did study a small group of girls under 16 who had been vaccinated, but did not follow them long enough to conclude sufficient presence of effective HPV antibodies.
Dr. Harper also explains, “If you vaccinate a child, she won’t keep immunity in puberty and you do nothing to prevent cervical cancer.” However, Dr. Harper emphasizes the need for Gardasil booster shots, because it is still unknown how long the vaccine immunity lasts. More booster shots mean more money for Merck, obviously.
That’s what this comes down to in the end. Money. Vaccine manufacturers make billions of dollars a year through government funded and run vaccination programs wherein the vaccine itself has no evidence that it actually works. As quoted on the insert “As with all vaccines, Gardasil may not fully protect everyone who gets the vaccine“.
Have you ever wondered what’s actually in these vaccines? Ingredients in Gardasil worth mentioning include:
The troubling thing is that these ingredients above and the rest go straight past the blood brain barrier wherein they by-pass the body’s natural immune system.
It’s no wonder this mother is outraged and her son scared.