"We know that Gardasil is an alum-based vaccine; we
assume its efficacy will last for about 10 years".
In last week's article
we tried to calculate the expected reduction
in mortality specifically
as a result of mass
vaccination of all Irish 12 year olds with Gardasil.
was necessary due to obfuscation by Irish health
authorities when it
comes to providing estimates for 'lives saved' by HPV vaccination alone (independent
This week we we will examine the expected reduction in cancer 'incidence' (independently of whether death results or not) due to mass
vaccination for Ireland's 8th most common female
cancer.40 years to realize a reduction in cervical cancer through
mass-vax.. Dr Diane
M. Harper, professor at Dartmouth Medical School in New Hampshire, has
led clinical trials of the Gardasil HPV vaccine on behalf of Merck.
In this Cervical Health artical
writes: "At 11, these girls don't get cervical cancer - they
won't know for 25 years if they will get cervical cancer".
So, after 25 years the vaccine will probably still not have
prevented any cases of cervical cancer, simply because the girls will still be
too young to develop it.
"Consider the scenario in which
every single 12-year-old female is vaccinated. It will take almost 40 years to
realize a 50% reduction in cervical cancer incidence".
Having to wait 25 years to see any effect
in the incidence of cervical cancer, and then another 15 years
after that to see
a modest reduction might not seem such a good return
on investment on the millions
of euros in annual mass vaccination costs. Especially during a
period when cutbacks
in Irish Health Service spending mean some
city A&E's can no
longer provide 24hr service.
consider this - buried in Dr. Harper's article, is the
know that Gardasil® is an alum-based vaccine; we assume its efficacy will last
for about 10 years".
So, in other words, we can expect
the effectiveness of the mass vaccination shots (given to 12 year
olds) to have worn off decades before the age at which a women can
expect to be at risk from cervical cancer.
information is conveniently left out of the media 'debate'
If a disinformation campaign can scare
enough women into being afraid of cervical cancer through fear and disease
mongering, then political expediency dictates that a government will have to
go along with a mass-vax hoax, no matter how futile or
In light of the
documented deaths and serious adverse reactions
from Gardasil vaccines, can this get any more