• Treatment Manual for HPV Vaccine Injured

    This manual was produced as a joint effort between the HPV vaccine injured youngsters, their parents, Orthomolecular doctors, international researchers, Nutrition Therapist Mr. Frede Damgaard and General Practitioner Stig Gerdes. The treatment has been shown to have a therapeutic effect on those injured by the HPV vaccine. As of this writing, there are currently 14 young women/girls in treatment and all of the patients are improving.

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  • Treatment Manual for HPV Vaccine Injured

    could someone please direct me as to where I can find someone to evaluate and treat my daughter in the nearby area of the Twin Cities Mn? My daughter is experincing the exact symptoms as the young girls in Dennmark.

  • Treatment Manual for HPV Vaccine Injured

    Is this treatment safe for someone with kidney disease? I have been dealing with extreme fatigue, weakness, headaches, rashes, stomach problems, changes with vision, hair loss, joint pains, Raynaud's, kidney issues (protein in urine), and fast pulse. I was diagnosed with systemic lupus a few months after receiving my last Gardasil shot and my lupus has gotten worse since my diagnosis. Please tell me there is a treatment that can help. I live in the United States.
  • Treatment Manual for HPV Vaccine Injured

    Here in the United States we have seen hundreds, if not thousands of injured women and girls (boys now) with the same symptoms since 2006, many with permanent disabilities. We have found that IV therapy does help, but more so the Allithiamine therapy since Gardasil seems to prevent the body from absorbing Thiamine. It would seem possible that Cervarix would cause the same issues. Pain throughout the nervous system remains an issue as does migraine headaches, Vision sensitivity, Seizures are now under control by daily uses of grounding techniques.
  • Treatment Manual for HPV Vaccine Injured

    This article is all about Gardasil but we, in the Netherlands have Cervarix and also injured girls due to the vaccine; is the treatment the same for Cervarix?