Human papillomavirus, the most common sexually transmitted disease, usually resolves on its own. In rare cases, however, HPV leads to cervical cancer. HPV vaccines, such as Gardasil, are touted by many mainstream medical authorities as a way to prevent cervical cancer. But, could the vaccination actually be having the opposite effect?
A new study raising just this possibility was recently published in a well-regarded medical journal. Soon after, it was officially retracted by the journal’s editors – because the author, fearing repercussions from those opposed to any questioning of vaccines, used a pseudonym.
Age-standardized incidence of cervical cancer in Sweden increased by 20 percent during 2014 and 2015
In an article published April 30, 2018 in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics (IJME), the author (who identified himself as Lars Andersson, of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology at the prestigious Karolinska Institute in Sweden) pointed out that the…
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