Children’s Health Defense Team
Before experimental COVID-19 shots started taking serious vaccine injuries to new and shocking heights, Merck’s aggressively marketed human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine — the quadrivalent Gardasil jab fast- tracked in 2006 for girls and later also for boys — earned a reputation for being one of the most dangerous vaccines ever approved.
Safety signals were already evident during Gardasil’s clinical trials, and by 2013, researchers were noting the “unusually high frequency of adverse reactions related to HPV vaccines reported worldwide.”
… Now, a new study out of Denmark, published in the Journal of Autoimmunity, adds to the body of literature linking HPV vaccination and autoimmunity. The study shows that HPV-vaccinated girls and young women experiencing long-term Gardasil complications exhibit not just symptoms but also specific biological markers consistent with autoimmune conditions.