Documentary reveals the dangers of the HPV vaccine.
The HPV vaccine is one of the most widely administered, given our for free to most school-age girls, it is designed to protect against HPV which has been linked to cervical cancer.
The two main producers of the HPV vaccine are Gardasil and Cervarix, they are given to nearly every young girl in the UK.
A documentary has been released highlighting certain cases in which receiving the HPV vaccine did harm to the girls, rather than good.
The documentary states that levels of adverse reactions from the HPV are much higher than guidelines predicted and higher than any other vaccine.
The documentary series ‘Sacrificial Virgins’ written and narrated by Joan Shenton and directed by Andi Reiss, follows several girls on their story after receiving the vaccine and the ill effects it had on them.
In the film we meet Chloe Leanne Brookes, who became ill shortly after receiving the vaccine, and now suffers from paralysis and needs constant care from her mother.
The HPV vaccine is one of the most widely distributed in the world, and also has one of the highest adverse reaction stats, the documentary aims to highlight the dangers of the vaccine and reiterates the fact that while some vaccines are good, not every vaccine is right for every person.
By April 2017, there have been 9,000 ‘adverse’ reactions to the HPV vaccine, a staggering 3,000 of these were classified as ‘serious’.
The HPV vaccine is often given to children as young as 11. Receiving any vaccine at such a young age can produce dangerous side effects, very high temperatures and damage to the immune system can be done by other ‘safer’ vaccines, so imagine the dangers of giving the ‘most dangerous‘ vaccines to children as young as this.
Vaccine laws are changing, as the power is taken away from the parents, and given not to science, but to the politicians.
H/T Heath Nut News