Gardasil failure to reduce cancer is a perverse excuse to enlarge the Gardasil market

MB comment: HPV related-cancer rates went UP after the introduction of Gardasil.

In a market economy, a product flop typically leads to the product being withdrawn from the market and the company that made it incurring big losses, embarrassment and shareholder revolt against management.

Garadsil Queen Julie Gerberding of Merck Vaccines

Not in the vaccine market. The vaccine world rewards failure with a larger market, more doses and more profits. Vaccine failure is profitable. Welcome to Alice in Wonderland gets vaxxed – or perhaps Julie in Wonderland is a better analogy – starring as the Queen of Spades (Julie Gerberding – Merck Vaccine Queen).

Product failure is an excuse to enlarge the market in the vaccine world. If a vaccine doesn’t work, the needle nuts always insist on more doses. They simply can’t accept that a vaccine is ineffective and harmful because it negates the pseudo-scientific indoctrination that have been subjected to since day one of their programming, uh … medical training.

Wake up sheeple. The Gardasil vaccine is a dud, it is harmful and it is being mandated through corrupt crony capitalist business practices.

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HPV-related cancers up despite vaccines from Merck, GSK

Fierce Vaccines January 9, 2013

Cancers caused by human papillomavirus rose in the past decade, a fact that may irk HPV vaccine makers Merck ($MRK) and GlaxoSmithKline ($GSK).

From 2000 to 2009, rates of oral, vulva and anal cancers increased, according to a study by the National Cancer Institute. But if Merck and GSK both market HPV vaccines–Gardasil and Cervarix, respectively–then why the upward trend in cancer? “The investments we have made in HPV research to establish these relationships and to develop effective and safe vaccines against HPV will have the expected payoffs only if vaccination rates for girls and boys improve markedly,” NCI Director Harold Varmus said, according to the report. To put it simply, a vaccine can’t protect if people don’t receive it.

Gardasil and Cervarix both still land in the top 20 selling vaccines for 2012, based on estimates made by EvaluatePharma. Gardasil takes the No. 2 spot on that list, raking in $1.78 billion, while Cervarix falls in at No. 11 with $581 million in sales. Gardasil has had a bit more time on the market, making its debut in 2006. Cervarix followed in 2009.

Though the companies’ sales are nothing to scoff at, they can both do better; only a third of girls ages 13 to 17 have been fully vaccinated as of 2010, far below the 80% rate experts say is needed to significantly reduce the prevalence of infections. That leaves a full two-thirds of the available market untapped. The vaccine is a regimen of three shots; a mere 32% of U.S. females ages 13 to 17 received all shots.

Researchers can’t pinpoint why the HPV vaccination rate is so low in the U.S. Neither Gardasil nor Cervarix makes it onto the list of vaccines required for school enrollment, which puts less pressure on parents to get their kids vaccinated, and the three-dose regimen means parents need to bring their kids to the doctor multiple times, which can be a hassle.

“Vaccination rates are still quite low in terms of where we need to be to really impact HPV infections,” Edgar Simard, an author of the study and senior epidemiologist at the American Cancer Society, told Bloomberg. “If we don’t address these disparities now they will continue to manifest.”

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3 Responses to Gardasil failure to reduce cancer is a perverse excuse to enlarge the Gardasil market

  1. cia parker says:

    I agree that the HPV vaccine is both very dangerous and largely to completely worthless. Hovever, to be fair, it was only added to the recommended vaccine schedule in the U.S. in 2007, I think. They say that women who get cervical cancer usually first contracted the virus decades before. That would mean the current rise in rates of the different forms this sexually-transmitted cancer can take would not have anything to do with vaccination for HPV. I think in the future we will see the expansion of the numerous serotypes of the virus which fill the gaps that may be left by taking out the few serotypes included in the vaccines, and we will see kids with previous exposure to the virus in the birth process or possibly by as yet unknown forms of transmission in childhood, who have higher rates of reacting badly to the vaccine yet are not screened out beforehand, possibly getting cancer at much higher rates than previously. It’s absolutely not worth taking the chance of an adverse reaction from this vaccine, and since you have to keep getting Pap tests regularly whether you get the vax or not, I think it would be far better to continue promoting safe sex with a limited number of partners, and get regular screenings for early signs of dysplasia or cancer.

  2. Michael Polidori says:

    HPV vaccine hit the market in 2006 amid huge advertising, bought poiiticians & political groups, bought media, bought regulatory agencies, Merck’s personal slave Julie Gerberding’s rabid pre-post-marketing Gardasil cheer leading, a big assist from seperate interviews of Elizabeth Garner by PBS icons Jeffrey Brown & Margaret Warner (all three shilling for Merck), on the heels of the 2005 embarassment of Merck/Bristol-Squibb-Meyer/FDA by Eric Topol and Steven Nissen exposing the deadly data Merck handed the FDA on Pargluva (which the FDA ignored)… and smack dab in the middle of the still-unfolding-since-2004-Merck/Vioxx-debacl.

    Was that too hard to follow?

    Merck is conducting a 14 year study started in 2008 to check Gardasil’s effectiveness. It is a sham. 14 years isn’t long enough to see any results if we are to believe anything the FDA/CDC/Merck say about HPV, cervical cancer and gardasil.

    Cervical cancer is an older woman’s worry. The Gardasil vaccine is admittedly useless in anyone who is already sexually active because once infected with HPV gardasil can’t get rid of the infection. Gardasil stimulates the wrong part of our immune system, humoral immunity. The part of our immune system that fights HPV is Cell Mediated Immunity, which fights all tissue infections including cancer.

    If you become chronically infected with HPV you have cell mediated immune problems, that’s less than 10% of us, according to the CDC/FDA. CMI impairment can be caused by many drugs on the market now (Enbrel, Singulair, Remicade, Flonase, Nasonex). Smoking and oral contraceptive use also apparently impairs CMI as they are both listed as necessary co-factors for cervical cancer to develop.

    Of paramount importance in understanding the Gardasil fraud is the parroted cry that chronic HPV infection is necessary for cervical cancer to develop, because that is the big lie (easily shown by the majority of studies that do not find HPV in some cervical cancer samples while actively looking for them [up to 57% in studies in the PubMed database] ).

    In the same breath Merck, FDA & CDC also say that a cofactor is also necessary. Cofactors like oral contraceptive use, smoking & other chronic STD infection. These co-factors either impair cell mediated immunity (CMI) or demonstrate that cell mediated immunity is impaired.

    CMI not only fights HPV infection, it also fights cervical cancer. As human beings we have a wide range in the way our immune systems respond to disease. Immune response can be affected by our genes (rare, kids with such traits or defects in their genome are less likely to survive and reproduce, so evolution stops these traits from being passed down). But there are de novo genomic changes, non-inherited, that may also cause immune problems… these would also be very rare, unless caused by environmental triggers.

    Immune response is also affected by nutrition (and contaminants that may be in our food, especially GMOs), toxins, drugs (as mentioned earlier) or in combination with the number or frequency of diseases we must fight (one of the major reasons for taking vaccinations in a slower spread out schedule).

    Still with a wide variety of diets & toxic exposures on the planet over 90% of us (according to the CDC and FDA) eliminate ALL human papilloma virus infections (genital or otherwise) without doctors, medicine or vaccines. 10% of us become chronically infected, unless our immune systems get back online and destroy the HPV.

    Of those 10% of women with chronic HPV infection less than 0.1% go on to develop cervical cancer. This is epidemiological evidence supporting the null hypothesis “HPV does not cause cervical cancer”. This is clearly by any standard you can set, not a cause and effect relationship, but a coincidence of the most common infection on the planet with a rare cancer.

    Ironically , combined with the FDA/CDC/Merck statement that a cofactor is also necessary (and cofactors affect immunity or show immunity is impaired)… what we come up with is the only necessary factor is immune impairment.

    Further supporting this idea is the fact that package inserts for drugs that impair immunity as their mechanism of action list side effects that include the appearance of cancers or lymphomas (Remicade, Enbrel & Humira are 3 of dozens of examples).

    It is CLEAR that the low incidence of cervical cancers appearing in tens of millions of women with chronic HPV infection support the idea that immune impairment leads to cervical cancer, not HPV. The VAST majority of chronic HPV infections do not lead to cervical cancer or cancers of any type.

  3. Michael Polidori says:

    HPV vaccine hit the market in 2006 amid huge advertising, bought poiiticians & political groups, bought media, bought regulatory agencies, Merck’s personal slave Julie Gerberding’s rabid pre-post-marketing Gardasil cheer leading, a big assist from seperate interviews of Elizabeth Garner by PBS icons Jeffrey Brown & Margaret Warner (all three shilling for Merck), on the heels of the 2005 embarassment of Merck/Bristol-Squibb-Meyer/FDA by Eric Topol and Steven Nissen exposing the deadly data Merck handed the FDA on Pargluva (which the FDA ignored)… and smack dab in the middle of the still-unfolding-since-2004-Merck/Vioxx-debacl.

    Was that too hard to follow?

    Merck is conducting a 14 year study started in 2008 to check Gardasil’s effectiveness. It is a sham. 14 years isn’t long enough to see any results if we are to believe anything the FDA/CDC/Merck say about HPV, cervical cancer and gardasil.

    Cervical cancer is an older woman’s worry. The Gardasil vaccine is admittedly useless in anyone who is already sexually active because once infected with HPV gardasil can’t get rid of the infection. Gardasil stimulates the wrong part of our immune system, humoral immunity. The part of our immune system that fights HPV is Cell Mediated Immunity, which fights all tissue infections including cancer.

    If you become chronically infected with HPV you have cell mediated immune problems, that’s less than 10% of us, according to the CDC/FDA. CMI impairment can be caused by many drugs on the market now (Enbrel, Singulair, Remicade, Flonase, Nasonex). Smoking and oral contraceptive use also apparently impairs CMI as they are both listed as necessary co-factors for cervical cancer to develop.

    Of paramount importance in understanding the Gardasil fraud is the parroted cry that chronic HPV infection is necessary for cervical cancer to develop, because that is the big lie (easily shown by the majority of studies that do not find HPV in some cervical cancer samples while actively looking for them [up to 57% in studies in the PubMed database] ).

    In the same breath Merck, FDA & CDC also say that a cofactor is also necessary. Cofactors like oral contraceptive use, smoking & other chronic STD infection. These co-factors either impair cell mediated immunity (CMI) or demonstrate that cell mediated immunity is impaired.

    CMI not only fights HPV infection, it also fights cervical cancer. As human beings we have a wide range in the way our immune systems respond to disease. Immune response can be affected by our genes (rare, kids with such traits or defects in their genome are less likely to survive and reproduce, so evolution stops these traits from being passed down). But there are de novo genomic changes, non-inherited, that may also cause immune problems… these would also be very rare, unless caused by environmental triggers.

    Immune response is also affected by nutrition (and contaminants that may be in our food, especially GMOs), toxins, drugs (as mentioned earlier) or in combination with the number or frequency of diseases we must fight (one of the major reasons for taking vaccinations in a slower spread out schedule).

    Still with a wide variety of diets & toxic exposures on the planet over 90% of us (according to the CDC and FDA) eliminate ALL human papilloma virus infections (genital or otherwise) without doctors, medicine or vaccines. 10% of us become chronically infected, unless our immune systems get back online and destroy the HPV.

    Of those 10% of women with chronic HPV infection less than 0.1% go on to develop cervical cancer. This is epidemiological evidence supporting the null hypothesis “HPV does not cause cervical cancer”. This is clearly by any standard you can set, not a cause and effect relationship, but a coincidence of the most common infection on the planet with a rare cancer.

    Ironically , combined with the FDA/CDC/Merck statement that a cofactor is also necessary (and cofactors affect immunity or show immunity is impaired)… what we come up with is the only necessary factor is immune impairment.

    Further supporting this idea is the fact that package inserts for drugs that impair immunity as their mechanism of action list side effects that include the appearance of cancers or lymphomas (Remicade, Enbrel & Humira are 3 of dozens of examples).

    It is CLEAR that the low incidence of cervical cancers appearing in tens of millions of women with chronic HPV infection support the idea that immune impairment leads to cervical cancer, not HPV. The VAST majority of chronic HPV infections do not lead to cervical cancer or cancers of any type.

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