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The CDC and Pharma are not being shy in their mass HPV vaccine campaign: They are everywhere pushing what they now term as a “cancer vaccine.” Their hyperbolic claims are also egregious considering the vile side-effects many teens experience as a result of taking the vaccine. As Retraction Watch reports, the stakes of conspiracy and concealment have been raised a lot higher. The Vaccine journal has caved and officially removed Christopher A. Shaw’s study, whereas he shows a link between Gardasil and behavioral issues, from the journal. Before that, it was temporarily removed: now that removal is official.

Here’s an excerpt from the official removal notice.

This article has been withdrawn at the request of the Editor-in-Chief due to serious concerns regarding the scientific soundness of the article. Review by the Editor-in-Chief and evaluation by outside experts, confirmed that the methodology is seriously flawed, and the claims that the article makes are unjustified. As an international peer-reviewed journal we believe it is our duty to withdraw the article from further circulation, and to notify the community of this issue.

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Shaw’s proof had undergone peer review, but the fact is, the CDC felt threatened by the study and immediately placed it on the chopping block. The WHO and CDC have worked tirelessly to convince us all that Gardasil is perfectly safe, so Shaw’s study flew in the face of their greater ambitions. According to Retraction Watch, Shaw isn’t even anti-vaccination entirely (or at least he plays to such) so one might see him as an objective study author.

We asked him what his research means for the HPV vaccine safety. He emphasized that they were working with an animal model, which does not mean the results necessarily are applicable to humans:

I would say that because of the things that have been reported in the literature, [the vaccine] needs more scrutiny.

He also noted that last author Yehuda Shoenfeld, at Tel Aviv University, is not anti-vaccine:

He will routinely start his talk with “vaccines are the greatest medical invention of all time [and] will save millions of lives.”

Now, here’s the thing, this isn’t the first time Shaw has had a study retracted. What else have they retracted of his? He previously suggested that aluminum in vaccines is linked to autism. Yep, let that resonate for a moment. You think this guy’s studies aren’t on a watch list? The WHO called his aluminum study “seriously flawed.” Because of course they did. Any study showing that vaccines are potentially harmful in any way, shape or form is considered “flawed” to some degree by the powers that be. People absolutely must learn to see through this conspiracy and greed. It is disturbing how easily these studies can be swept under the rug.

 



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