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DIRTY MEDICINE

Statins may dull thinking
and memory

Cancer drug effectiveness unproven

Drug safety tests indaequate

NSAID drugs stop bone
from healing

Vaccinated mums pass on
less immunity

Why statins are a bad idea

HRT-breast cancer link real

Government corrupts science

The mercury in mum's mouth

Squalene in swine flu jab

Drugs fourth greatest killer

Mercury linked to autism

Anti-inflammatory drugs
kill 2,000 in UK

MMR-autism link grows

Paracetamol wrecks babies' health

HPV-cervical cancer link challenged

Government's cosy relationship
with HPV jab

Aluminium in new jab

 

 
HPV cervical cancer link not proven

A team of researchers at the Royal Free Hospital in London is very doubtful of a link.[1] Having monitored 200 women for six years back in 1994, they discovered that:

  • the presence of HPV-16 virus (one of the HPV strains against which the new vaccine is supposed to protect) had not increased a woman’s likelihood of having cervical cancer (low grade or high grade)
  • women with low grade cervical cancer had been more likely to progress to high grade cervical cancer than virus-free women, but
  • the progression from low rate to high rate cervical cancer had occurred at the same rate whether HPV-16 was present or not

They recommended their colleagues to stop looking for viruses and to look instead for traces of cancer.

Read more about the HPV vaccine

[1] Downey,GP et al. Lancet. 1994;344(8929):1097

(13168) Nick Anderson. Green Health Watch 1.9.07