Something the doctors don’t tell you when they are pushing you to get your girls (and now boys) vaccinated with the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is that some children have died from it. Wouldn’t that stop you in your tracks?
Recently published in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs is a case study of two deaths associated with the HPV vaccine. The researchers actually took brain tissue specimens from the two victims and studied them for physical abnormalities. They also used IHC analysis (immunohistochemical staining is widely used in the diagnosis of abnormal cells by detecting antibodies which bind to specific antigens) for antibodies and various immuno-inflammatory markers.
Cerebral Vasculitis is a Potential Effect of the HPV Vaccine
The symptoms of cerebral vasculitis are: intense persistent migraines, syncope, seizures, tremors and tingling, myalgia, locomotor abnormalities, psychotic symptoms and cognitive deficits. Many of these symptoms have been reported as ADRs (adverse reactions) to vaccine safety surveillance databases following HPV vaccination.
They are indicative of cerebral vasculitis, but go unrecognized. This is a serious concern because cerebral vasculitis typically results in fatal outcomes when undiagnosed and left untreated.
It appears that in some cases, vaccination may be the triggering factor of fatal autoimmune/neurological events.
No Anatomical Abnormalities Found
The first case was a 19-year-old woman who died in her sleep 6 months after receiving the 3rd dose of quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV4) vaccine. The utopsy revealed no abnormalities.
The second case was a 14-year-old girl who developed migraines, weakness, and confusion two weeks following the 1st dose of HPV4 vaccine. She recovered, but was found unconscious 15 days after the 2nd dose of HPV4 vaccine, having suffered a cardiac arrest. (She was given a second dose?!?)
In both cases, the autopsy revealed no anatomical, microbiological nor toxicological findings that might have explained the death of the individuals.
However, the IHR showed evidence of an autoimmune vasculitis which was potentially triggered by the HPV vaccine in all examined brain samples — specifically of the HPV-16L1 portion of the vaccine. They also detected the presence of HPV-16L1 vaccine particles within the cerebral blood vessels with some HPV-16L1 vaccine particles adhering to the blood vessel walls.
In both cases the IHC also showed increased T-cell signalling and marked activation of the classical antibody-dependent complement pathway in cerebral vascular tissues. The complement pathway is an inflammatory response to a foreign substance.
Conclusions of the Researchers
This pattern of complement activation in the absence of an active brain infection indicates an abnormal triggering of the immune response in which the immune attack is directed towards self-tissue.
This study suggests that HPV vaccines containing HPV-16L1 antigens pose an inherent risk for triggering potentially fatal autoimmune vasculopathies as experienced by these two young girls.
The CDC Responds
To respond to the findings and conclusions reported in this case study, the CDC convened a CDC-Clinical Immunization Safety Assessment (CISA) working group. Researchers from Vanderbilt Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University, Duke Clinical Research Institute (Duke University), CDC and FDA participated in the call. Participants have expertise in vaccine safety, infectious diseases, clinical medicine, pathology, and laboratory science.
They gathered their big guns — highly credentialed folks all on the same team, no doubt.
Not surprisingly, the CDC-CISA working group identified scientific concerns with the article, primarily, interpretation of histopathology and immunopathology methods. This working group concluded that because of these concerns, the authors’ conclusions are incorrect.
CDC Working Group Finds Problems with the Interpretation
- Lack of validity for the diagnosis of vasculitis — Didn’t use the correct staining method for the diagnosis
- Questionable immunohistochemical methods — lacks details and specifics
- Flawed interpretation of immunohistochemical results – Should have used other methods of visualization
- Lack of information about potential alternative causes of death – Lack of autopsy details as to cause of death
The working group also reviewed data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database, available medical records, and the medical literature. They discovered a single VAERS death report of cerebral vasculitis that was found in a 37-year-old female with immunodeficiency and multiple medical problems who had received HPV4 vaccine 45 days earlier.
I just have to wonder why a person with immunodeficiency and multiple medical problems was given a vaccine of this nature.
The CDC working group concluded that,
After thorough review and discussion of the Tomljenovic article, the CDC-CISA working group identified substantial methodological concerns and lack of evidence to support the authors’ conclusions that the two patients had vasculitis, that HPV4 vaccine particles were in the brain tissue, or that HPV vaccine was causally associated with death from cerebral vasculitis.
Marketing of the HPV Vaccine
The marketing of this vaccine has won an award for creating a market out of thin air by imploring young girls to be one less. Last year California passed a law that allows school nurses to vaccinate 12 year old children without parental consent!
Now they are going after males ages 9 through 26.
Not to downplay the fact that cervical cancer is real and people die from it — however, cervical cancer rates in the developed world have fallen 70% in recent decades to a very low 1.7 per 100,000 and Pap tests have accomplished this with no side effects.
As with any vaccine you have to question the necessity and weigh the risk of the vaccine with the risk of the illness. Get the facts before the vax.
The Vaccine Effectiveness
Human papilloma virus has many different strains that can cause cancer. The vaccine supposedly protects against only 2 – 4 strains. Any vaccine will eventually wear off and lose effectiveness.
CDC is Missing the Point
The point of the Tomljenovic report is to publicize the findings that suggest that the diagnosis of cerebral vasculitis is being missed by doctors who are not associating the symptoms with the vaccine. This is why they have not found any cases of cerebral vasculitis in the VAERS reports.
However, 128 deaths have been reported to the US Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) after HPV vaccination and thousands and thousands of other adverse reports including autoimmune disease, demyelinating disease, seizures, strokes, paralysis, chronic fatigue, and more have been reported.
The CDC is in complete denial that this is happening and is clearly on the Pharma team that claims the HPV is safe and effective. Neither of which is true.
What will you do when they want to jab your child with this poison? If you are in California, educate your child least they jab he or she behind your back.
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