by Christina England
Health Impact News
On September 28, 2019, The Daily Mail published an article titled Now give every ADULT the cancer-fighting HPV vaccination and save ‘thousands of lives’, experts demand as evidence shows the jab can slash the cancer risk for grown-ups too.
The article claimed that world renowned medical experts were recommending that EVERY person in Britain, young and old, should be given the cancer-fighting human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to prevent them from developing a range of deadly tumours.
Author David Rose wrote:
Until now, most discussion of the vaccine has focused on youngsters, as giving it at an early age offers life-long protection.
But according to the world’s leading HPV researchers, there is now evidence that giving the jab to adults from their 20s into middle age would also bring dramatic health benefits.
However, it appears that these experts not only believe that it is a good idea to vaccinate young and middle-aged adults with the HPV vaccine, but they also think that it is a good idea to vaccinate the elderly with the HPV vaccine.
Rose continued his report by stating that leading HPV expert and president of the International Papillomavirus Society, Professor Margaret Stanley, OBE, told reporters that there was a spike in the incidence of HPV cancers when people entered their 60s because their immune systems became weaker over time.
HPV breaks the usual rules of vaccination. Vaccinating older, infected people will make it less likely that cancers will develop.
However, Health Impact News found no evidence to support her claim.
In fact, according to our information, if a person is already infected with the HPV virus, getting vaccinated could, in fact, increase, not decrease their chances of getting cancer.
To learn more about the risks, read our article titled FDA Decision to Approve Gardasil Vaccine for Adults Will Likely Increase Cervical Cancer Rates.
Furthermore, in 2018, we reported that according to the research of French oncologist Dr. Gérard Delépine, the HPV vaccine Gardasil was actually associated with an increased rate of cervical cancer among patients.
If Delépine’s research is correct, then if everyone in Britain were to be vaccinated with the HPV vaccine, there is an extremely high possibility that the rates for cervical cancer in Britain could increase.
Despite this evidence, however, The Daily Mail stated:
But new research suggests the jab can prevent patients who have been infected with the virus from going on to develop cancer. It produces an immune system response so powerful it stops the virus from spreading inside the body.
Unlike our reports here at Health Impact News, The Daily Mail offered no factual evidence to support their claims. The only information that they supplied came from experts whom we believe would benefit financially from the whole of the country being vaccinated with this vaccine.
Daily Mail Experts Have Conflicts of Interest
According to our research, Professor Stanley has an extremely good reason to want the whole of Britain to be vaccinated with this particular vaccine, because she is a consultant for three of the companies that manufacture and market the HPV vaccine, MSD, SPMSD and GSK.
And if this information is not worrying enough, she is also the HPV expert for the HPV subcommittee of the Joint Committee on Vaccines and Immunisation (JCVI) in the UK, a committee who has been put in place to advise the UK government on vaccination policies.
These very interesting facts were reported by the International Papilloma Society.
If every single person in Britain were to receive the HPV vaccine, Stanley could become a very rich person indeed and it appears that she is not the only one of the so-called experts used by The Daily Mail, who has conflicts of interest.
During our research, we discovered that oncologist Xavier Bosch, who was also contacted by The Daily Mail to provide evidence, also has conflicts of interests with the pharmaceutical industry.
According to The Daily Mail, not only was he the scientist who first demonstrated that HPV causes cancer, but according to our research, he has also consulted for the MSD International Steering Committee, provided expert testimony for GlaxoSmithKline at the Food and Drug Administration and European Medicines Agency (EMA) hearings, and is a member of the GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi Pasteur MSD speakers’ bureaus.
Throughout their report, The Daily Mail reported that the HPV vaccine can protect against cervical cancer and that since the vaccine was introduced in 2008, the rates of cervical cancer have decreased.
However, we have discovered that, according to a study that was published in 2017, the data used by the government to determine HPV cancer deaths was inaccurate because of faulty data. The data included women who had hysterectomies, and therefore had ZERO risk of developing cervical cancer.
What is even more disturbing is the fact that this study, conducted by Dr. Anna L. Beavis, et al., also uncovered that the actual death rate for black women dying from cervical cancer, since the vaccine was introduced, was nearly double than those that were reported.
For further information, read Study: Government HPV Cancer Death Rates Found to be False – Higher Death Rate Among Black Women.
According to Daily Mail Experts, There Are No Evidence of Adverse Reactions
Interestingly, the experts quoted by The Daily Mail completely and utterly denied the fact that Gardasil can cause serious adverse reactions. Yet, as of October 6, 2019, the World Health Organization’s (WHO), VigiAccess database had listed a total of 95,010 adverse reactions related to Gardasil, including a total of 495 deaths. The Daily Mail reported:
Anti-vaccine campaigners have claimed that the vaccine can cause serious side effects, such as chronic fatigue syndrome.
… the experts who spoke to this newspaper say there is no scientific evidence that this or other adverse conditions are more common in people who have had the vaccine – a conclusion that’s backed by the World Health Organization.
We believe that these experts should read some of our articles relating to the tragic victims of this vaccine, which we have reported over the years, and speak to some of their parents. These victims include:
However, we have information to suggest that the experts quoted by The Daily Mail are simply not interested in facing the facts about the HPV vaccine.
Amanda Dew, the mother of a girl who was injured by the HPV vaccine in 2015, approached Professor Stanley at a conference titled Human Papilloma Viruses and the Public’s Health: An Unfolding Story, held in London on July 10, 2018.
When Dew asked her about the Gardasil vaccine and adverse reactions, Stanley appeared to be less than knowledgeable on the subject.
We spoke to Ms. Dew about her encounter with Professor Stanley and she told us:
“When I explained to Professor Stanley that over 8000 adverse reactions had been reported to MHRA, she said, ‘Isn’t that the worldwide figures?’ I said no, UK only.”
Dew told us:
“I said, if the vaccine was effective, we would start to see a drop in cervical cancer rates. She said it will take years to see a drop. I said if it worked we would see it now in the earliest group whom were vaccinated. She said she was expecting to hear news of a fall in incidence ‘any day now,’ i.e. there was no drop.
I then asked her whether she thought the neurotoxin aluminium could be a problem and she likened it to using aluminium foil. She didn’t seem to understand the consequences of injecting it and bypassing the first line of the immune system (mouth/gut).”
Dew told us that she questioned Stanley on whether or not she was aware of the flawed trials; however, it appeared that she either had no idea at all about the flawed trials and the fact that the manufacturers used no inert placebos or she was unwilling to comment on the subject.
Dew told us that Stanley just kept repeating that there was “no proof of causation” linking the vaccine to adverse events.
Dew said that as there were no tests to find out, how would Stanley know one way or another?
She told us:
“It’s like seeing a dead person at the bottom of a broken ladder. Then saying it couldn’t be the ladder that caused his death, because there was no proof. Yet no one looked at the ladder to see. Same argument.”
Claims by The Mail That the HPV Vaccine Offers Lifelong Immunity
The Daily Mail also claimed that if you give the HPV vaccination to young children as early as possible, it could offer them lifelong protection against the virus.
However, we found no evidence to support their claim.
In fact, according to Dr. Diane Harper, a professor at the University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine, who worked on the original HPV vaccine studies to get the vaccine approved, the vaccine is being way oversold.
In an article published by NPR news, she told reporters:
“… vaccinating an 11-year-old girl might not protect her when she needs it most — in her most sexually active years.”
Furthermore, in another interview, conducted by The Huffington Post, she stated:
“Gardasil only maintains antibody titers for HPV 16 (not 18, not 11, not 6) at five years, making the true long lasting (five years) coverage of Gardasil only for one type of cancer causing HPV.”
“Duration of efficacy is key to the entire question. If duration is at least fifteen years, then vaccinating 11-year-old girls will protect them until they are 26 and will prevent some precancers, but postpone most cancers. If duration of efficacy is less than fifteen years, then no cancers are prevented, only postponed.”
These comments, given to The Huffington Post in a statement written by Dr. Diane Harper, the principal investigator for clinical vaccine trials for Merck (Gardasil) and GlaxoSmithKline (Cervarix), are in complete contrast to those published by The Daily Mail.
It appears that Harper is correct, because a recent article published by RSVP live stated that, despite the fact that one mother had received her HPV vaccine at school, she had just received the results of a positive smear test. The report stated:
“A young Cork mother has been left shocked and angry after the results of her first smear test showed up positive for the HPV virus and abnormal cells, despite the fact that she received the HPV vaccine in school nearly eight years ago.”
The mother told reporters:
“I had my daughter at Christmas and things weren’t right.”
“I wasn’t due my first smear until July but my doctor said she would do it early, so she smeared me in June. I got the results in August and they showed I have the HPV virus and abnormal cells. Tomorrow I go to the hospital for a colposcopy.
I hadn’t been well since Christmas with heavy bleeding, tiredness and pain. I had been to see my gynaecologist in CUMH but they believed it was just my hormones after having a baby but it kept going on and on and eventually I got a smear.”
RSVP live reported:
“*Claire went on to explain that having ‘abnormal’ cells means they are precancerous, so there is an increased risk of her developing cancer. There is no treatment for the HPV virus, so she will have to be closely monitored.”
‘Claire’ told reporters that in the past she had always been an advocate of vaccines and that she’d had both of her children vaccinated, but that due to her experiences, she has decided to not let them get this particular vaccine when it is their time.
“I don’t think I would let my children get this particular vaccine when it is their time, because I would be putting a vaccine into their body and it may not cover them.
Also, a lot of girls who got the vaccination in my year were very sick after it I don’t think there is enough research about it.” [sic]
However, it appears that experts like Professor Stanley and the UK government continue to dismiss evidence of harm, even when it is presented to them over and over again.
In this podcast, the evidence of harm and the corruption that is going on behind closed doors to protect the HPV vaccination could not be spelled out more graphically.
In a shocking statement about the HPV vaccine, news presenter George Hook made his feelings perfectly clear. In an angry outburst, he stated that:
“Well, I’ve been on this radio station now for just over fifteen years. Never in that time have I been more angry, more emotional or, indeed, more sad.
Imagine a mother watching her child’s life disappear, or her education destroyed, her possibility of future employment lessened. At night she hears her child cry in pain and there’s no help. The children are dismissed as hysterical girls, invariably.
And then the vaccine. The suggestion is, and I don’t know, but I have to ask the question. There is the suggestion from these mothers damaged as they watch their children that there may be something to do with the HPV vaccine. Consequently, the take up has dropped to 50%.
Now, the HSE, this huge organization of thousands of employees with budgets running into millions and billions, are being apparently defeated by a bunch of Irish mothers, so the vaccine take up has dropped.
Am I happy that the vaccine take up has dropped? No, I am not, but then I hear that the failed executive of the failed HSE, Tony O’Brien, on the radio described these mothers as emotional terrorists.
How dare he! How absolutely dare he call mothers who care for their children, who watched them in agony and pain, how dare he call them terrorists!
If we had a minister of health in Simon Harris who wasn’t in political nappies and in a job way above his talents, if he had a shred of courage, which the great party Fine Gael seem singularly lacking in, O’Brien wouldn’t have a job today. O’Brien would be sacked. He would be taking his belongings home in a cardboard box, for calling mothers of Ireland emotional terrorists.
So if the HSE wants to get vaccination rates up, they give the people the right information, not smart alec scientists on radio programmes. They answer people’s queries and they put together something to help people, for whatever reason, who are ill. I am done.”
As harsh and as angry as Hook’s comments may be, he could be justified in what he had to say, because this is not the first time that mothers of children injured by this vaccine have been attacked by organizations such as the HSE.
Daily Mail States that HPV is Known to Cause Cervical Cancer
Despite the mounting evidence to the contrary, The Daily Mail has stated that there are more than 4,000 new UK cases of these types of cancer each year and, according to them, this figure is rising rapidly. However, they made absolutely no attempt to offer any kind of evidence to support this claim, or any of their other claims.
In fact, the only evidence offered throughout their somewhat flawed report appeared to be obtained from experts who work for the manufacturers of the vaccine.
Images of a few of the women we have done articles about who had their lives destroyed by the HPV vaccine.
Infant Accidentally Vaccinated with Gardasil – Mother Blamed for Vaccine Injuries and Baby Medically Kidnapped
15 Year Old French Girl’s “Descent into Hell” After Gardasil Vaccine – Wheelchair Bound and Paralyzed
HPV Vaccine Injuries: “I Cannot Begin to Describe What it is Like to Watch your Daughter Live in Such Agony”
This content was originally published here.