Reblogged here because the negative issues associated with the lack of safety testing, evidence of side-effect dangers and lack of evidence of efficacy warrant as much additional information as possible. Hearing only one side of the story, from the manufacturers and distributors is logically unwise and lacking in commonsense.
"At the end of the article, data is finally offered. But there are no links and no citations as to where that data comes from. The article also briefly mentions that in America, Pap smears
are still most effective against cervical cancer
– which begins to explain why the article spends so much time on how the HPV vaccine
might be able to fight other cancers. Then it gets into the business of how women in developing countries – where Pap smears are less common – would benefit from the vaccine. Here, of course, the source consulted is Bill Gates
’ GAVI Alliance
– which works closely with Merck
. Unsurprisingly, the author of the articles has written other articles lauding Bill Gates’ vaccine efforts as well."