5 Things You Should Know About Cervical Cancer

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Sat Dec 09, 2017 05:44 PM

Someone I knew developed cervical cancer while in her 70's

Your article suggests pap smears up to the age of 64.  This

same person lost her mom to cervical cancer at age 64.

Sat Dec 09, 2017 05:44 PM

Someone I knew developed cervical cancer while in her 70's

She died from it.

Your article suggests pap smears up to the age of 64.  This

same person lost her mom to cervical cancer at age 64.

Sat Dec 09, 2017 11:28 PM

This is a propoganda piece to promote the HPV vaccine. It has not been proved that HPV causes cervical cancer despite what this article says. There have been cases where young women have died from cervical cancer who did have the vaccine, Sarah Tait an Australian Olympic rower to name one. 

In Japan there is currently a class action against the pharmaceutical companies and the state for recommending the vaccine. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/02/13/national/crime-legal/suit-opens-tokyo-court-cervical-cancer-vaccine-side-effects/#.WixvrEqWY2w

I would like to draw your attention to the statement in this article "The cervical cancer vaccines are believed to help prevent HPV." So they only believe it helps no actual scientific proof. 

The Japanese government no longer recommends this vaccine. 

In Ireland there is a group called regret which was formed from parents whose daughters had been injured from the vaccine. https://www.regret.ie/. It cannott be coincidence, which is what drs say that so many healthy girls suddenly become ill after having this vaccine.

Even if you believe in the efficacy of the vaccine, how long would it last? Most cervical cancer happens in women over 50, do you honestly believe the efficacy of the vaccine will last from teenager to a women over 50. That would be a world first for it to last that long. This along with the flu vaccine are two of the most compensated drugs on the US VICP (vaccine injury compensation program). It is not up to cancer compass to do the bidding of pharmaceutical companies. 

Fri Dec 15, 2017 07:28 AM

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