On the plus side, with Gardasil, young women are theoretically protected from a few of the many strains of HPV, which can, but usually doesn’t, result in cervical cancer. On the con side, it appears that it can render teenage girls sterile. How fortunate for the manufacturers that Congress has rendered them immune to civil liability for their defective products.
The BMJ has published the case report of a healthy 16-year-old
Australian girl whose womanhood appears to have been stolen by Gardasil
vaccinations. She has been thrust into full-fledged menopause, her
ovaries irrevocably shut down, before becoming a woman. The
authors, Deirdre Therese Little and Harvey Rodrick Grenville Ward,
draw direct attention to the fact that, though the girl has been
thoroughly examined and tested, there is no known explanation other than
the series of three Gardasil vaccinations she had.
The potentially damning information is here:
“It is not known whether this event of premature ovarian failure is
linked to the quadrivalent HPV vaccine. More detailed information
concerning rat ovarian hist-ology and ongoing fecundity post-HPV
vaccination was sought from the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). Although the TGA’s Australian Public Assessment Report for Human
Papillomavirus Quadrivalent Vaccine, February 2011, does report on the
histology of vaccinated rat testes and epididymides, no histological
report has been available for vaccinated rat ovaries.”
Translation: Neither Merck nor the TGA ever tested for ovary-related problems, in rats or in humans. This is why the “vaccines are safe” arguments are so inherently vacuous. The various studies purporting to “prove” their safety do absolutely nothing of the kind, most of them aren’t even relevant to the primary risk factors. It is certainly too soon to say that Gardasil sterilizes girls, but on the other hand, it is also too soon to assert that it doesn’t. If it is true that Gardasil causes premature ovarian failure, this is likely to be the biggest medical scandal since thalidomide was shown to be a teratogen.