A Closer Look at HPV Vaccine Effectiveness

March 10, 2016

An article published in Pediatrics this month reports that rates of HPV have dropped since vaccination was introduced in the U.S. in 2006, however, a closer look reveals that the decrease only came for the four strains included in the vaccine. There are over 100 serotypes of HPV, many of which can cause cancer.

This study found that although the 4 types of HPV in the vaccine have decreased, the prevalence of HPV infection has actually gone up 3.7%, evidence that the vaccine is causing other strains to take the place of autismthose eliminated through vaccination.

This is a well understood phenomenon called “serotype replacement” that was seen early on in the clinical trial stage of HPV vaccination. The solution consists of either stopping vaccination, or adding more HPV serotypes to the original vaccine.

From the article:

“Any HPV type prevalence was similar in the prevaccine era (54.4%) and the vaccine era (58.1%).There were no statistically significant changes in other HPV type categories that indicate cross-protection”.

Prevalence of HPV After Introduction of the Vaccination Program in the United States

The U.S. HPV vaccination program has not decreased the prevalence of HPV, it has only changed the types of HPV that are infecting the population. The CDC reports that serotypes now on the decline had been the most common prior to introduction of the vaccine, therefore those strains were historically responsible for causing the most cervical cancers. There is a real possibility, however, that the new ‘common’ strains will be even more virulent, leading to an increase in cancer rates over time.

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Stephen Simac

Mandatory Vaccinations = Totalitarian Inoculation. This book is a reasoned response to the corporate/government campaign to ram SB377 through California’s legislature and the nationwide war on vaccine exemptors.
It refutes false claims and medical myths repeated by public health officials and corporate media. It examines the history, safety and effectiveness of childhood vaccines including Measles, Mumps and Rubella, Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus, Polio and others. It dissects the arguments used to support this bill and rebuts them conclusively.

Autism Mom

Welcome Shannon – We are so glad that you are using your critical thinking skills concerning the use of vaccines and the vaccine schedule. The more vaccines our kids receive, the sicker they are getting. HPV has been a big problem for years, however you will never see that information on any news program on TV as Big Pharma is one of their best customers.

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I just got the vaccine today and stumbled across this while researching, should I be worried about autism or other major side effects. Please help I’m getting worried


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