It is important for the public to be cautious when receiving HPV vaccines, as well as other potentially harmful vaccines, and to learn about their side effects.
Our Qvive Network raised awareness as best as possible in spite of the government and other mainstream media not giving the public accurate and trustworthy information.
In India, the vast majority of vaccines are produced by the two largest vaccine producers: Serum Institute of India under CEO Adar Poonawalla, and Bharat Biotech under founder Krishna Ella.
In addition to advertising their vaccines as the cheapest, both companies rarely mention that they are also the most profitable in the world. Thousands of dollars in profits are made for each dose of Serum sold to private hospitals – what Poonawalla would refer to as “super profits” – and thousands of dollars in profits for each dose of Bharat Biotech sold to private hospitals.
It fractured its citizens’ collective buying and bargaining power by distributing vaccines on the open market, allowing capitalists to gain all leverage. India’s vaccination drive favors private-sector monopolization because nearly a quarter of the vaccine stock in the country is reserved for private hospitals, and vaccine producers are vocalizing their preference for higher prices for those hospitals.
Link: An Indian court ordered Bill Gates, the Indian government, and the Serum Institute of India — the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer — to provide formal responses relating to a case filed by the father of a 33-year-old doctor who died after receiving AstraZeneca’s Covishield COVID-19 vaccine.
TOI article Apr 9, 2021: India is reviewing around 700 ‘severe and serious adverse events reported from across the country after Covid vaccination in the light of global concerns over the type of blood clots after receiving the AstraZeneca-Oxford University vaccine, officials said.
“We are monitoring the cases closely and relooking at some of the unusual technical parameters in the wake of the reports by the European regulator and the report by WHO raising concerns,” a senior official, member of the national committee on adverse events following immunization (AEFI), said.
In India, experts are looking at adverse events from both Covishield and Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin.
( https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/india-reviewing-700-serious-post-vaccine-adverse-events/articleshow/81979541.cms )
However, no action was taken against these serum institutes; instead, SII provided the central government with two crore doses of the Covishield vaccine at no cost.
( https://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2022/dec/29/serum-institute-to-provide-2-crore-covishield-doses-to-central-govt-free-of-cost-2532841.html )
Continually distributing dangerous vaccines to the public, is the government still proud of this?
Shockingly, Union Home Minister Amit Shah unveiled the Serum Institute-produced HPV vaccine “CERVAVAC” in India on January 24 in the presence of Prakash Kumar Singh and Adar Poonawalla, the CEO of the Pune-based business.
Almost 650 girls needed medical intervention after HPV vaccine
Sep 12 2017-Almost 650 girls in Ireland reported requiring medical intervention or treatment after receiving the HPV vaccine, according to data collected by the State’s medicines watchdog.
The Health Products Regulatory Authority has received 1,099 reports of adverse reactions and events associated with the use of the vaccine, but it said that this should not be taken as evidence of a causal link and that the benefits continue to outweigh the potential risks.
More than 690,000 doses
Since it was introduced in Ireland, in 2010, more than 690,000 doses of the vaccine have been distributed, and 230,000 girls have received the full course.
It said 59 per cent of the reports – or 648 cases – were considered serious, meaning they included circumstances where patients required intervention, such as a review by their GP, treatment for their symptoms, or both.
Monitoring of side effects
In 2015 the European Medicines Agency published a review of data about women with two conditions, complex regional pain syndrome and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, who had received HPV vaccines. It concluded that the evidence did not support a causal link between the vaccines and the development of either condition. The European Commission then decided that the vaccines could continue to be marketed.
“The decision confirms, as indicated in the related EMA statement, that the benefits of HPV vaccines continue to outweigh their risks,” the authority’s spokeswoman said. “The safety of these vaccines, as with all medicines, continues to be carefully monitored, and [the monitoring] will take into account any future new evidence of side effects that becomes available.”
Source: TheIrishTimes, TheTimes(image)
History of adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine:
HPV Vaccine Side Effects
Sisters Sue Over HPV Vaccine
Mom Blames Teen’s Illness On HPV Vaccine
HPV vaccine: Thousands suffer serious side effects
Michele Bachmann, first elected to the U.S. Congress in 2006, represents the 6th Congressional District of Minnesota. She was reelected in 2008. Previously, she served in the Minnesota State Senate. Prior to that, she spent five years as a federal tax litigation attorney. Bachmann and her husband, Marcus, who have five children and have opened their home to 23 foster children, live in Stillwater, Minn., and own a mental health care practice.
Michele Bachmann said HPV vaccine can cause mental retardation
After criticizing Texas Gov. Rick Perry for mandating a vaccine for school girls, Rep. Michele Bachmann added some scary charges: She claimed to have just met a woman whose daughter suffered mental retardation from the vaccine, that it has “very dangerous consequences” and that it puts “little children’s lives at risk.”
In the CNN/Tea Party Express debate in Tampa on Sept. 12, 2011, Bachmann blasted Perry for mandating a vaccine for school girls to guard against human papilloma virus, or HPV, which can cause cervical cancer. The vaccine can prevent the virus, but the virus is sexually transmitted, which makes the idea of requiring the inoculation of young girls controversial among some parents.
Michele Bachmann claims HPV vaccine made woman’s daughter mentally retarded
Perry issued an executive order requiring the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to adopt rules mandating all girls entering sixth grade receive vaccination against HPV. The order included an opt-out, allowing exemptions if parents objected for philosophical or religious reasons. (Read more on the history of the executive order.)
Critics raised two major objections to Perry’s 2007 order — that the state should not require vaccinations for sexually transmitted diseases, and that parents should be asked beforehand whether they wanted their children vaccinated. The Legislature overruled Perry’s order, and during the presidential campaign, Perry said he made a mistake by ordering the vaccinations without the consent of the Legislature.
During the debate, Bachmann suggested that the vaccine maker, Merck & Co., used political influence to get Perry’s approval for the vaccine, Gardasil. She also suggested that the vaccine might be harmful to the young girls who received it, saying, “Little girls who have a negative reaction to this potentially dangerous drug don’t get a ‘mulligan'” — that is, a do-over.
Bachmann received applause for her attacks.
📍Why does our government place such a high priority on toxic vaccines when we have Traditional Alternative Medicine to treat STDs without HPV vaccine? Why are they supporting Serum Institute CEO? Is our government still trustworthy?
📍Marco Cavaleri, the head of the office of biological health threats and vaccines strategy, expressed concern that people are getting blood clots, but Adar poonawala ignored that report and continued to say that vaccinations are safe.