How Far Will Taxpayer-Sponsored Health Agencies Go To Protect HPV Vaccines?
Posted Oct 18 2011 12:11am
By Norma Erickson, President
Rather than address legitimate medical consumers’ concerns about HPV vaccines, government health agencies decide to change the definitions and hope the problems will go away.
28 Feb 2011, SaneVax Inc. published an article titled, Health Care Fraud: HPV ‘vaccines’ are not vaccines at all. This article quoted the definition of ‘vaccine’ from a website sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). On that date, the definition of ‘vaccine’ was, “a product of a weakened or killed microorganism (bacteria or virus) given for the prevention or treatment of an infectious disease.”
Everyone knows infection is not synonymous with an infectious disease. You cannot ‘catch’ cancer from someone else. Therefore, it is not an infectious disease. By the HHS definition, any injection administered to protect against cancer of any type is not a vaccine.
The SaneVax article went on to quote from a publication entitled, FDA 101: Health Fraud Awareness. This document clearly states, “Health fraud is the deceptive sale or advertising of products that claim to be effective against medical conditions or otherwise beneficial to health, but which have not been proven safe and effective for those purposes.”
It appears the United States Department of Health and Human Services, the agency responsible for oversight of the FDA, agreed with the SANE Vax assessment of HPV ‘vaccines.’ However, instead of addressing the problem of potential fraud the DHHS decided to re-route the original page and alter the definition of vaccine. The DHHS definition of vaccine now reads, “A product that produces immunity therefore protecting the body from the disease. Vaccines are administered through needle injections, by mouth and by aerosol.”
You can verify the change by watching closely after clicking on the following link:
Much the same thing happened when SANE Vax Inc. reported the discovery of recombinant HPV DNA firmly attached to the aluminum adjuvant in 13 lots of Gardasil from multiple countries around the world.
According to government ‘health’ agencies representing at least thirty countries from around the world, the words “no viral DNA” do not mean what any medical consumer would assume they mean. In spite of the fact ‘no viral DNA’ appears on multiple government ‘health’ agency documents; now, medical consumers are told, “All medicinal products manufactured using recombinant technology may contain small fragments of residual DNA.”
Consider the following excerpts from an FDA document stressing the importance of medical consumers reporting problems with various products regulated by the FDA:
Consumers can play an important public health role by reporting to FDA any adverse reactions or other problems with products the agency regulates.
The testing that helps to establish the safety of products, such as drugs and medical devices, is typically conducted on small groups before FDA approves the products for sale.
Some problems can remain unknown, only to be discovered when a product is used by a large number of people.
When problems with FDA-regulated products occur, the agency wants to know about them ……
It appears that ‘knowing’ about a problem and doing something about it are two different things. SaneVax Inc. has reported problems with HPV vaccines to the FDA on multiple occasions. ( All correspondence can be viewed here. ) Regarding the most recent concern about recombinant (genetically modified) HPV DNA found in Gardasil™ from multiple manufacturing facilities, the FDA completely ignored the fact that the residual HPV DNA is firmly attached to the aluminum adjuvant. Furthermore, FDA officials appeared more concerned with semantics games than asking to examine the detailed genetic sequences contained in the laboratory results. Perhaps if they did, their own laboratories could confirm the Genbank DNA sequences found.
The FDA, CDC, and DHHS all have their salaries paid by American taxpayers. They are charged with the mission of protecting the public’s health and safety. Do these agencies truly believe American medical consumers are so gullible that they will dismiss such an obvious case of misleading and possibly fraudulent marketing of not only one, but two medical interventions that do not meet the definition of ‘vaccine’ being marketed and sold to the world as cancer vaccines?
Do FDA officials really believe medical consumers are naïve enough to accept a proverbial pat on the head from the people they pay to protect their health and safety? The SANE Vax team does not think so. Now that the FDA ‘knows’ about the problem, it is time for them to perform the job they are paid to do.
Give medical consumers scientific documentation proving HPV ‘vaccines’ actually live up to the marketing claims made by the manufacturers. Provide scientific evidence proving residual HPV rDNA firmly attached to an aluminum adjuvant poses no health risk when injected into their children.
Medical consumers world-wide deserve more than altered definitions and semantics games, particularly when their children’s health is at stake. Medical consumers deserve scientific facts. Medical consumers deserve the truth. Anything less deprives them of their right to informed consent.