HPV

  1. HPV stats used to push dangerous vaccine

    Protect your family from the 'cancer virus'

    Watch your kids and grandkids, friend -- because the vaccine propaganda machine is getting fired up again.

    They're using scare tactics to sell vaccinations against HPV.

    Don't worry -- I'm not here with FEAR, just FACTS. And, in a moment, I'm going to share with you a few very simple ways to prevent the virus in kids and clear it out of the system in adults.

    But first, let me show you what you're up against.

    The media is pushing panic-driven headlines over a new study that finds nearly HALF of all men are carrying this sexually transmitted virus. That's especially frightening when you consider some strains cause cervical cancer in women and head, neck, throat, and anal cancers in both men and women.

    But is it really new?

    Of course not!

    We've known this all along. The only thing "new" here is that sales of the HPV vaccines have fallen flat, and a study like this can help pump up revenue by expanding the market.

    Until now, the shot has been mostly aimed at girls, because of the cervical cancer risk.

    But these scary new numbers can be used to push it on boys, too.

    Don't fall for it.

    There's a reason parents have rejected HPV vaccines en masse: There are literally THOUSANDS of reports of adverse events linked to the shot on file with the federal government.

    Some little girls given the vaccine have passed out, and they're the lucky ones -- because others have ended up with debilitating and in some cases permanent nervous system disorders.

    And sadly, these shots have been linked to dozens of deaths.

    I promised better answers, and I've got them right here.

    First, the kids: If you have little ones in your life, when they start to reach those troublesome years, be sure to teach them the value and power of abstinence.

    I know it's not exactly politically correct here in this "anything goes" age of permissiveness and promiscuity, but it's the ONLY way to guarantee they will not get sexually transmitted viruses such as HPV.

    And second, if you're a little older, you could already be infected.

    Don't panic; nearly everyone gets HPV at some point. But you don't need a shot, and you don't need meds.

    Even the CDC admits that 90 percent of HPV will be cleared out by your own immune system within two years.

    You can chase the rest out by boosting your immune system with a diet rich in the nutrients known to fight HPV, especially naturally detoxifying cruciferous vegetables.

    In other words, mom was right all those years ago.

    Eat your broccoli!

  2. Avoid HPV panic

    Don't give in to HPV panic

    The headlines almost seem like they've been written by the drug companies: Two-thirds of all Americans carry HPV, according to a new study.

    That's the virus that causes most cervical cancers as well as many head, neck and throat cancers. And, wouldn't you know it, Big Pharma just so happens to have a vaccine for that -- and since sales have been disappointing (to say the least), they're in dire need of something to help boost the bottom line.

    So you can bet they're hoping parents and grandparents will see the headlines and rush their little ones (especially girls) off to get poked with HPV shots.

    But there are three things you need to know that aren't getting as much attention as those panic-inducing items in the mainstream media.

    First, the study also finds that while two-thirds of Americans carry the HPV virus, very few actually have one of the strains known to cause cancer. In fact, fewer than 4 percent of those who carry HPV have a strain linked to cancer.

    That means 96 percent of those infected with HPV have no cancer risk at all due to the virus.

    Second, the vaccine doesn't offer full protection from all cancer-causing strains, may wear off after just a few years and comes with so many risks that HPV shots may be among the most dangerous vaccines ever invented.

    Girls have been known to pass out and even drop dead after getting vaccinated, and some have suffered a permanent and debilitating disorder called Guillain-Barré syndrome.

    Even parents who dutifully sign their kids up for every vaccine are rejecting this one -- which is why the drug industry has to resort to panic-inducing headlines to get them to even consider the shot.

    But before you even think about it, consider my third point: You already have something far more powerful than any vaccine when it comes to HPV.

    It's your own immune system.

    This isn't just a natural health talking point. Even the CDC admits that the human immune system clears HPV 90 percent of the time.

    If you want an even higher success rate, boost your immune system with the nutrients known to fight HPV. You'll find many of them in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and cabbage.

    Here's one more tip: Brush your teeth and clean your gums. Good oral hygiene can slash your risk of HPV infection, and you can read more about that in this free report from my House Calls archives.

  3. Good oral hygiene beats HPV infection

    Good oral hygiene can fight the HPV infections that can cause head, neck and throat cancers.
  4. Study finds Gardasil safe -- but don't believe it

    A conflicted new study claims the HPV vaccine Gardasil is safe -- despite thousands of documented adverse events, including deaths, on file with the FDA.
  5. Dangerous vaccine now pushed on boys as well as girls

    I don't care how you feel about vaccinations in general -- but whether you love 'em, hate 'em, or just aren't sure, there's one needle out there that simply doesn't belong anywhere near a child. It's Gardasil, the dangerous HPV vaccine.

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