Saturday, February 19, 2011

Medical 'Experts' Pushing HPV Vaccines Told What Not to Say About Them, Including Their Death Toll

Two British doctors recently wrote a piece in the BBC urging the U.K. National Health Service (NHS) to switch from Merck's Cervarix human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) Gardasil HPV vaccine, in its mass vaccination program for young girls. And the two "experts" admit that they only say publicly what helps the vaccine to be well received by the public.

"We, as consultants in sexual health, have been told to say nothing publicly that would damage the current (HPV) vaccine campaign," they state in their piece.

But what is missing from their recommendations is the fact that Dr. O'Mahony has been on the advisory boards of both GSK and Merck, and has received "lecture fees" for his services. This clear conflict of interest may be the precise reason why no mention is made in the BBC piece about the countless thousands of young girls that have become debilitated or died from both Cervarix and Gardasil.'


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