Medical Researchers Caught Manipulating Data
Medical researchers have accused drug regulators and manufacturers of concealing the real dangers of the HPV vaccine. Many girls have suffered life-threatening injuries as the result of the vaccine. The HPV vaccine has also caused death. However, the claims have been dismissed by the vaccine manufacturer. The drug regulators have also been accused of adding aluminum to the placebo in order to manipulate scientific data.
Even though aluminum was used in the placebo, scientists have confirmed that the HPV vaccine has been linked to death. There was a study done that involved 2,881 girls who receive the vaccine. Fourteen of the girls who received the vaccine died. Three of the girls who received the placebo died.
There was a team of researchers at the National Institute of Cardiology that also found that there is a link between HPV vaccine and life-threatening reactions. They looked at 28 studies that involved girls who had been given the HPV vaccine. They also looked at 16 randomized trials. They found that girls were given a placebo with aluminum in 14 of the randomized trials.
If aluminum is placed in a placebo, then a person is more likely to have an adverse reaction. Spanish researchers found that girls who receive the HPV vaccine are 10 times more likely to react to it. Canadian scientists found that 10 percent of the girls who were vaccinated had to be hospitalized due to a reaction. These girls had to be hospitalized within 42 days of receiving the vaccination.
Girls who already have health problems are more likely to have an adverse reaction to the vaccine. However, there have been a number of cases reported of healthy girls dying after getting the vaccine. One healthy teenage girl died six months after she received the third dose of the HPV vaccine. The autopsy did not state a cause of death.
The HPV vaccine can cause the immune system to overreact. In some cases, this can be fatal. It can also trigger inflammation in the body, which has been linked to many health conditions.
Many people notice the effects of the vaccine immediately. The HPV vaccine can trigger anaphylaxis, which is an allergic reaction. Girls are five to 20 times more likely to have an allergic reaction to the HPV vaccine than any other vaccine.
People have also filed lawsuits against the makers of the vaccine. The makers have reportedly paid out over $6 million in compensation. There are many lawsuits that are still pending.
The HPV vaccine is given in order to prevent cervical cancer. Cervical cancer rates have declined over the past several years. This has been attributed to the HPV vaccine. However, many people are wondering whether this vaccine is worth it because of the possible risks.
In fact, some studies suggest that the HPV vaccine may actually cause cervical cancer. If one already has precancerous cells growing in their uterus, then they may turn into cancer if one gets the HPV vaccine. Other people argue that there have not been enough studies done in order to test whether the vaccine is really effective.