The question that should come to everybody’s mind: “Why vaccinate millions of young girls (and boys) when the entirely theoretical chance of any of them ever getting cervical cancer approaches zero?(See supporting data below.) Not only that, but skeptical parents will save a ton of money (an outrageous 0 per shot, plus office call charge) as well avoiding the distinct possibility of seeing their children become chronically ill with one or more autoimmune disorders that are becoming increasingly common among fully vaccinated children. The math says that 0.0061% of the females in the U. (12,000 divided by 170,000,000 X 100% = 0.0061%) will get cervical cancer next year – an infinitesimally small number.As parents began to report serve adverse reactions to their daughters directly after the HPV shot was administered, those in positions to act did nothing.In a medical and political system that believes in the false idea of herd immunity, severe adverse vaccine reactions are simply not calculated into the big picture.
The gravity and severity of the damning information exposing the dangers of the HPV vaccine is now in focus.
The American Cancer Society estimates that 12,000 American women are diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer annually in the United States. But that means that 99.9939% of Minnesotan females will not get cervical cancer next year even it they are unvaccinated and even though 80% of them will probably get an HPV infection during their lifetimes.
That is a chance many will logically choose to take.
How many parents know this prior to taking a doctor’s advice to administer this vaccine that is supposedly a protection against cervical cancer caused by the ?
Apparently, when the news broke that 12-year-old Meredith Prohaska died after receiving the HPV vaccine, at least one other parent contacted a local news station in the area to report she also had a serious adverse reaction to the HPV vaccine with her 17-year-old daughter, who needed urgent care at a local hospital.