HPV – Cancer Link Refuted

by….

drumroll…

the FDA

(not that I respect the FDA but in spite of their own findings, this poison is still being promoted by doctors) …

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One thought on “HPV – Cancer Link Refuted

  1. I received what I consider to be a spam comment on this ‘though WordPress let it through. So, I deleted it. After following the link to the website connected to whomever posted here, it struck me how little people really know about HPV. The FACTS as opposed to the hype. So, I’m quoting Dr. Joseph Mercola below and including a link to the article that contains these facts. Any future spam will be deleted since it could spread harmful misinformation…

    “There are more than 100 types of human papillomaviruses (HPVs). Of them, about 40 types of HPV affect your genitals or sex organs, and can cause genital warts, for example. 10-30 strains can lead to cervical cancer. The remainder can cause skin infections and common warts on your hands and feet.

    The CDC web site states that certain types of HPV can infect your cervix and lead to cervical cancer over many years. (This may be one of the reasons why cancer rates keep dropping, because there’s sufficient amount of time to treat any abnormalities if you’re getting regular Pap smears.)

    It also says that in 90 percent of women infected, HPV clears up on its own within two years, at which point your cervical cells go back to normal. It is only when the HPV virus lingers for many years that these abnormal cells could turn into cancer.

    Additionally, it’s important to know that the vast majority of abnormal Pap tests do NOT equate to cancer. Even abnormal Pap tests showing pre-cancerous cells of the CIN II grade clear by themselves without treatment 40 percent of the time.

    And, current treatment of pre-cancers has limited the progression to actual cancer to only 1 percent. So, just like the polio vaccine, Merck’s HPV vaccine is coming out at a time when cervical cancer is already on a steady decline, and anyone who starts talking about how Gardasil has reduced cervical cancer rates in the next few years is likely talking absolute nonsense.” Dr. Joseph Mercola

    See link below, copy and paste in url for the whole scoop.

    http://bit.ly/oClOzY

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