Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most commonly sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. and there are more than 100 known HPV types, the majority of which are not harmful. About 75% of HPVs have been associated with non-cancerous warts (papillomas) on the hands, chest, arms and feet, such as low-risk HPV types 6 and 11. About 40 HPV types have been found in the mucosal surfaces of the cervix, vagina, vulva, anus, penis, mouth and throat, including the most common high-risk (cancer-causing) HPV types 16 and 18. High-risk HPV types are associated with development of cancer of the cervix and five other genital and oral cancers affecting women and men; HPV infection is experienced by the majority of sexually active women and men and is naturally cleared from the body within two years by more than 90 percent of those, who become infected. Antibodies to the HPV type, which caused the infection, remain in the body to help prevent future re-infection with that same HPV type; Sometimes HPV infection does not clear from the body naturally and the infection becomes chronic. Among high risk factors for development of HPV-related cancers are: smoking; multiple sexual partners; long term oral contraceptive use; multiple births; weakened immune system; co-infection with Chlamydia or HIV; poor nutrition; heavy drinking and smoking; chronic inflammation;
The HPV vaccine Gardasil was introduced into the childhood vaccination program in Denmark in 2009. The decision was made already in 2006 by the former Minister of Health Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
In the spring of 2013 there came reports in the Danish press and on Facebook that young girls/women had developed some symptoms characterized by damage to the skin, nervous system, immune system, etc. These symptoms were associated to the Gardasil vaccine.
The health authorities responded by promoting the vaccine and saying the serious injuries of the HPV vaccine was Functional disorders, caused by psychological reasons. The Danish Health and Medicines Authority however would increase surveillance of the HPV vaccine, but nothing was communicated about this, and the doctors did not get any information about the strong suspicion, and they were not informed about the contraindications for the HPV vaccine, it was quite obvious that The Danish Health and Medicines Authority, SSI …
The Danish Health and Medicines Authority consider it important to ensure that patients receive a comprehensive diagnose and treatment, and there is a particular challenge for The Regions to ensure that for patients with severe and unexplained symptoms this requires collaboration across specialties.
Subsequently, it was asked for an expert committee to assist The Regions in diagnosing and treating the injured. The Regions thought this was a good idea, but The Danish Health and Medicines Authority refused.
India has cancelled the HPV vaccine trials after 7 deaths and multiple adverse events after vaccine administration.
Japan has pulled the government recommendation for HPV vaccines and replaced their top three government health officials after discovering the high incidence of adverse reactions after HPV vaccine administration.
The association of HPV Update has held two meetings convened by The Ministry of Health. The Regions and the Danish Health and Medicines Authority were also invited to discuss the frequency and severity of injuries caused by the HPV vaccine.
A worldwide non-profit organization was founded in 2010, SaneVax (Safe affordable, necessary and effective vaccines) in response to the HPV vaccine controversy. This is the link www.sanevax.org
To make sure that ordinary people and professionals can recognize the HPV vaccine damages, I have summarized these as they are mentioned in the manufacturer Merck’s “leaflet.” The Danish Authorities have not translated adequately, and therefore many of the adverse events are not on the Danish translation. It is a big mistake!
The adverse events are listed below. It must be remembered that the individual injured can have many symptoms at the same time. Most HPV vaccine injured have over 15 symptoms simultaneously.
- Anaphylactic reaction
- Autoimmune diseases
- Inflammation of the pancreas
- Inflammation of the stomach / intestines
- Inflammation in other tissues, such as muscles and tendons
- Inflammation of the sinuses
- Inflammation of the bladder
- Inflammation of the lungs
- Inflammation of the brain
- Inflammation of the kidney / pelvic
- Chest pain, they are as violent as by a blood clot in the heart or lungs.
- Cell changes in the cervix (if at the time of vaccination, the HP virus in the blood).
- Guillain-Barre syndrome
- Swollen lymph nodes
- Flu-like symptoms
- Chills (fever)
- Jaw Pain
- Joint pain
- Muscle pain
- POTS (high heart rate, low blood pressure)
- Spasms in the lungs bronchi
If you have many of these symptoms, consult your doctor. Bring this article with you, so he can diagnose HPV vaccine injury, and invalidate the diagnosis Functional suffering – and therefore refer you to one of The Region’s hospitals or orthomolecular doctors who can provide you proper treatment paid by The Region.
The characteristic of the HPV injured is that they largely tell the same history of severe tiredness, general aches and pain throughout the body, headache, fainting, seizures, etc.., so that they spend most of their time in bed, and are unable to carry out their schooling, work or household responsibilities. In short term, their functional and work are reduced from 100% to below 30%.
It is encouraging that there is now a symptomatic and perhaps curative treatment!
Several young women have been treated successfully. How long the treatment should continue, is yet unknown, but it seems that intravenous therapy improves symptoms rapidly (i.e. after 6-12 treatments) and may be discontinued after a period, so the injured can continue taking antioxidants, vitamins and salts by mouth.
The good thing about the treatment is that it has been used for many years for other disorders – with good effect, although not recognized by The Health Authorities in Denmark.
One big advantage is this treatment has great effect and no adverse events; unlike HPV vaccines which have plenty of adverse events and has no effect!
The intravenous treatment consists of vitamin C administered 2 times a week and Glutathione 1 time per week. Start example is: IV. Vitamin C 25 grams in 250-500 ml of Ringer’s Lactate administered over 3-4 hours, for example, Monday and Friday. Iv. Glutathione Wednesdays, 200-1.200 mg administered in 100-250 ml of saline over 1-1 ½ hours. Vitamin C is gradually increased to 50 grams after 4 infusions. Glutathione increased from 200-1.200 mg after some infusions.
It’s worth knowing:
By IV. Vitamin C the patient are recommended to drink at least 1 ½ litres of water.
The rest of the day the patient are recommended to continue to drink much water.
In order to strengthen the intravenous treatment it is recommended to make a vitamin and mineral plan for supplements. A significant and effective action is seen by the following vitamin and mineral combinations by mouth:
Vitamin C in large doses, Vitamin E, Selenium, Q10, Omega 3, Magnesium, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin), Lime, Zinc, Alpha Lipoic acid and N-Acetyl Cysteine.
The dosage and selection of the above should be performed by a specialist in the area. Intravenous treatments should be performed by physicians with adequate experience in the field. The patients’ safety comes first.
Insomnia is a known adverse event after the HPV vaccine. In order to improve sleep it is recommended to take Melatonin which is released over 6 hours.
Avoid food and drinks containing sugar, avoid light products too.
E-numbers and aluminium are found everywhere – try to avoid it. E171, E173 and E621 and aluminium should be avoided completely. There are aluminium (E173) and titanium dioxin (171) everywhere. Baking soda, white flour, white sugar, toothpaste, deodorants, cosmetics, candy, seasoning and often in pills…
bout 40 HPV types have been found in the body’s mucosal membranes, such as the mucosal surfaces of the cervix, vagina, vulva, anus, penis, mouth and throat, including the most common high-risk (cancer-causing) HPV types 16 and 18. High-risk HPV types are associated with development of cancer of the cervix and five other genital and oral cancers affecting women and men if HPV infection does not clear and becomes chronic. High-risk HPV types currently include types 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, 68, 69, 73, and 82. The National Cancer Institute states that “Virtually all cervical cancers are caused by HPV infections, with just two HPV types, 16 and 18, responsible for about 70 percent of all cases. HPV also causes anal cancer, with about 85 percent of all cases caused by HPV-16. HPV types 16 and 18 have also been found to cause close to half of vaginal, vulvar, and penile cancers….In the United States, more than half of the cancers diagnosed in the oropharynx are linked to HPV-16.
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