Study: Increased Rates of Cervical Cancer in Sweden Linked to Increase in HPV VaccinationsA new study published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics examined cervical cancer rates among women in Sweden and discovered a link between increased cervical cancer rates among women aged 20-49 during a two-year period between 2014 and 2015, corresponding to increased HPV vaccination rates in this population group, years earlier, when mass HPV vaccinations started in Sweden. Women above the age of 50, during this two-year period, saw no significant cervical cancer increase, as they probably would not have been vaccinated with the HPV vaccine. Since the study casts doubt on the efficacy of the HPV vaccine, and, in fact, links the vaccine to increased cancer rates, it is highly unlikely you will read about this in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media, where nothing negative about the blockbuster HPV Gardasil vaccine is allowed.
Study: Increased Rates of Cervical Cancer in Sweden Linked to Increase in HPV Vaccinations
Ever since HPV vaccines were introduced many have been concerned about the possibility of the vaccines actually increasing the risk of cervical cancer
In this article from 2012 http://sanevax.org/does-gardasil-cause-cancer/ the list of several issues which may contribute towards a potential increase in cervical cancer risk includes:
Lack of carcinogenicity testing of the vaccine
(Virus strains which have been removed are replaced by new ones. These may be more carcinogenic than the strains which have been removed).
Increase in cancer risk for those previously exposed to human papilloma virus
Presence of recombinant aluminium bound DNA (rDNA)
It is a tragic stroke of irony if these vaccines, which are often, albeit incorrectly, termed cancer vaccines, may actually be instrumental in causing a cervical cancer epidemic.