The HPV Vaccine is DNA Free – Or So We Thought
Everybody knows that Gardasil, the HPV vaccine commonly used in America, has no viral DNA:
The Food and Drug Administration and Merck, the manufacturer of the vaccine, have said:
GARDASIL is not a live virus vaccine; it contains no viral DNA, and is therefore incapable of causing infection. (Section 3.2, page 12).
The MSD information for Gardasil says:
Gardasil is an adjuvanted non-infectious recombinant quadrivalent vaccine prepared from the highly purified virus-like particles (VLPs) of the major capsid L1 protein of HPV types 6, 11, 16 and 18. The VLPs contain no viral DNA, they cannot infect cells, reproduce or cause disease.
GARDASIL contains HPV 6, 11, 16 and 18 L1 VLPs. Each VLP is composed of a unique recombinant L1 major capsid protein for the respective HPV type. Because the virus-like particles contain no viral DNA, they cannot infect cells or reproduce. (Page 22)
Gardasil is an adjuvanted non-infectious recombinant quadrivalent vaccine prepared from the highly purified virus-like particles (VLPs) of the major capsid L1 protein of HPV types 6, 11, 16 and 18. The VLPs contain no viral DNA, they cannot infect cells, reproduce or cause disease. (Page 6)
Health Canada, the Health Service Executive in Ireland, the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance, and the World Health Organization all support the same conclusion. The HPV vaccine cannot infect cells or cause disease, because it contains no viral DNA. The patient information packet for the vaccine says the same.
It should come as a shock, then, to hear that in reality, the vaccine does contain viral DNA – and has been known to infect people. The vaccine safety group SANE VAX has announced that 100% of thirteen samples of Merck’s Gardasil HPV vaccine tested were contaminated with recombinant HPV DNA (that is, DNA that is created through molecular cloning, bringing together genetic material from a variety of sources to create DNA that is not found in nature). A 13-year-old girl who was vaccinated against HPV tested positive for HPV DNA two years later.
This is a serious issue because studies have demonstrated the serious health consequences of recombinant DNA contamination in intramuscular vaccines. The cloned hepatitis B virus DNA has been known to cause hepatitis in chimpanzees, and cancerous malignancies and neurological degeneration have also been documented as a result of recombinant DNA contamination.
This discovery comes on the heels of an article in the Wall Street Journal on charred bits of plastic shrink wrap found in Merck vaccines – including Gardasil – and another study that showed that one dose of the HPV was as effective as three doses. In other words, the former recommendation for patients to receive three doses of the vaccine achieved nothing more than higher profits for Merck, and a higher amount of vaccine adjuvants (in the case of the HPV vaccine, aluminum, which is widely acknowledged to be a toxic substance) in our bodies.
All these studies showcase a horrifying failure on the part of the authorities we rely upon to protect us. If the information that the FDA itself provides is flawed, how can we trust in them? And if they have been wrong about all of this, what else might they be wrong about? What else could be in our vaccines?It’s no wonder that, given all these findings, a recent study found that unvaccinated children may, after all, be healthier than those that have received vaccines.