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Newsletter 63 A Supreme Court Investigation into the Testing of HPV Vaccines

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is currently being investigated in the Supreme Court in India for involvement in the illegal testing of HPV vaccines in children in India. The reasons for this court action result from the deaths and serious adverse events experienced by Indian girls in large scale trials of the HPV vaccine that were started in India in 2009 without the informed consent of parents.

There are also court cases occurring in other countries regarding the dangers of HPV vaccines and in some cases, such as Japan , the HPV vaccine has been withdrawn from the recommended national schedule of vaccines. This is due to the serious adverse events that are being experienced by women after the administration of HPV vaccines. There is evidence that HPV vaccines are associated with neurological damage, autoimmune diseases and in some cases death, and this association needs to be properly investigated before the vaccine is given to adolescents in school programs. Public health authorities are claiming that these events after vaccination are a 'coincidence' and they do not use scientific evidence to support this statement.

A Lack of Safety and Efficacy for HPV Vaccines

Dr. Deirdre Little, an Obstetrician in NSW Australia, reveals that HPV vaccines have never been tested in animal studies before they were implemented in global vaccination programs targeting adolescent girls and boys. The information that she presents in her video presentation was published in the British Medical Journal in 2012 and she describes the lack of safety and efficacy known about HPV vaccines before they were introduced into global vaccination programs. The lack of animal studies done on this vaccine is significant because it is necessary to test vaccines in animals to understand the possible adverse events that might occur in humans. This is particularly the case for determining the long-term safety of the vaccines in humans and specifically for effects on the human reproductive organs and fertility. 

The Australian government regulator of vaccines, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), admits that there have been no histological studies done on vaccinated rats to determine the effects on fertility after HPV vaccination. This information was obtained under the Freedom of Information act in the public interest and it is described in Dr. Deidre Little's presentation above. There are many adverse events happening after HPV vaccination but government regulators are dismissing these associations rather than investigating the possibility of a causal link.   

These adverse events are being observed in all countries and court action for victims has begun in India and France  whilst many concerns are being debated in Denmark. In addition, a criminal court case against health authorities and the Merck pharmaceutical company is in progress in Spain. This case involves investigating nine charges mostly regarding the misinformation provided to the public about HPV vaccines and cervical cancer and the lack of proof of safety and efficacy prior to implementing the vaccine in global communities.

The questions that remain unanswered by public health authorities about the ingredients of HPV vaccines are in this letter that I sent to the TGA in 
Evidence for the lack of Safety and Efficacy of HPV Vaccines

The evidence presented by Dr. Deirdre Little regarding the lack of safety, efficacy and necessity for HPV vaccines is also supported by the information I have presented at 2 international conferences and had published in the journal Infectious Agents and Cancer (June 2013).
In May 2014 I presented my paper titled 'HPV vaccines have not been demonstrated to be safe or effective in the prevention of cervical cancer' at the European Science Conference (London) Controlling Cancer Summit.  and in October 2013, I received university funding to present my paper at the Cancer Science and Therapy Conference in San Francisco. 

Media Reporting of Vaccines

Despite the fact that my research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at two international conferences, many Australian journalists have refused to report on this published research or the global concerns about HPV vaccines. The journalists are being supported in their position by the Australian Communication and Media Authority (ACMA).

This government body is stating that the Australian media does not have to present the other side of the vaccination debate even when the information is academic information presented by researchers in universities.     

Scientific issues should be debated openly and with balanced information, not selective information, particularly when it concerns a medical intervention that is recommended for healthy adults and children.  
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