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Parents of Fully-vaccinated Children with Cancer Want Answers to the Question: “Is There a Vaccine/Cancer Connection?”

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 Submitted by Dr Gary Kohls

 

By “The Truth About Cancer” columnist Landee Martin

 

“According to the vaccine package inserts, a list of side effects includes seizures, asthma, diabetes, eczema, allergies, auto-immune disease, autism, and more. There are many studies linking vaccines to arthritis, chronic cognitive dysfunction, behavioral changes, learning disabilities, motor function impairment, autism, and cancer to name a few.”

“Currently there are over 250 experimental, unapproved-by-the-FDA vaccines in Big Pharma’s developmental pipeline. (Who among us will be forced to submit to any or all of them once they are approved for marketing?)


“This vaccine has not been evaluated for its carcinogenic or
mutagenic potentials or impairment of fertility.”

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This phrase or one similar can be found on just about every vaccine package insert and should be justification for any reasonable person to decline vaccination. However, doctors are not required to give full informed consent regarding vaccines and most people blindly trust their doctors.

Considering the recommended vaccine schedule has tripled in the United States over the last thirty years, parents have begun to question whether this is necessary or valuable to their children.

In 1983, children received up to 23 doses of eight vaccines before the age of eighteen. Today children receive as many as 69 doses of 16 different vaccines, all given by the age of eighteen.

Coinciding with the ever-increasing vaccine schedule are soaring rates of chronic illness in children, including cancer, which has skyrocketed and is now the leading cause of death by disease in children past infancy.

Government authorities refuse to acknowledge any link between cancer and vaccination, but could injecting toxic chemicals repeatedly into our children, especially at critical intervals in their development be causing cancer in so many?

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Gardasil: Still not tested or proven to prevent cancer

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 Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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“Gardasil was never tested for cancer causing agents or proof of cancer prevention.  It still has not been tested or proven to prevent cervical cancer or any of the other afflictions it claims to prevent.  They just “think” it might.”

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Gardasil is the vaccine promoted as protection against various types of cervical cancer supposedly caused by the HPV virus, and obviously is intended for other purposes. Even with the number of deaths and injury from the vaccine the ads ran non-stop on TV while state and federal governments tried to find ever newer and more invasive ways of making mandatory vaccination a reality. They got their wish; Obamacare calls for mandatory vaccination and proof of updates to vaccinations in order to get any healthcare. 

Neither, Gardasil® nor any of the individual active ingredients have been previously approved for commercial marketing or use under the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, the Public Health Service Act, or the Virus-Serum-Toxin Act, according to their application for patent. 

Gardasil!  It isn’t just for the girls!

In 2010 Merck was still waiting for the blessings of FDA to make mandatory their Gardasil vaccine for boys.  As recently as November 2010, FDA was thinking of changing the terminology for male Gardasil from “Mandatory” to “Recommended”; after all, we’re dealing with the family jewels here and these are far more important than a few dead ovaries.  But approval did come after the male version of Gardasil was tested on 602 young men from the ages of 9 to 26.  (I can’t help but wonder how many of these young men knew they were being tested with this deadly vaccine). 

Please note in this next article that Gardasil has been expanded to include far more than cervical cancer and includes the observation that “HPV is THOUGHT to be the cause”…not, is the cause or, we know it’s the cause, or we can prove conclusively, or there is substantial evidence,…they just think it could be. This is a broad and vague claim and totally without any conclusive supporting evidence. More

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