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"gardasil" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"To six Vermont. Eight six eighty four Hawaii. Eleven dash ask one five seven in Oklahoma h before one thirty three they're all doing the bidding. They're out there. Selling the second biggest product they are creating a boom for Merck. It's absolutely explosive Birch even had to borrow vaccines from the CDC and give them other places while they try to ramp up manufacturing. The article goes to talk about all of the giant manufacturing. Plants are GonNa make so anybody tells you back scenes. Don't make money tell them to go take a hike. Now now we have we exposed and why stop by the way. When I started reading this this week I honestly I wanted to just? I started texting the people on my team. And I you said. Is there any good science anywhere I mean come on. Do these people ever do any good science at all when it comes to. Vaccines is the single single product. That actually works and I keep thinking yourself. How are we still here? Why is this was being called a controversial debate? It's not even a debate anymore. This show is what are we on one hundred and forty six forty seven forty seven is the episode. One hundred forty seven episodes have been filled with the failures of the vaccine scientists. These genius of science I am able to fill over over an hour and a half. You could probably go three or four with their garbage picking science that never proves anything causes the very diseases were supposed to be you know a surviving and you just sit here thinking. How are we still here? And especially and I know for many of you after our show just two weeks ago exposing exposing the World Health Organization telling the truth about the fact that they aren't doing any back seen surveillance. They can't figure out how to do. Backseat surveillance and maybe we can just get started on answering certain questions like is there a synergistic effect of three different attitudes and the different agents from Merck and glide black so and when we give a different backseats at the same time if we ever tested the safety of that now now but we're also really good question and we're planning on doing a study just like that someday. It's a really really good idea. I mean it's really shocking. And it's amazing that we even have to sit here it's amazing it's CNN and MSNBC and box and CBC and everyone else around the world just avoided that story but we're going to continue to bring you that story and this week and has to do exactly with HP. So what do you do when you have a totally ineffective team. That went through trials that never proved it could do anything about cervical cancer whatsoever and then in the decades that followed the absolute absolute push enforced use of that product all over Europe. You bind that actually. Cervical cancers now increased by fifty four percent complete and total failure. Oh you're then then. Let's talk about go on Youtube. And you see all of these girls that are having you know that are in wheelchairs or can't walk or can't move just like this poor your girl after her. HP vaccine and then the end up paralyze or any of the stories. You can read if you go to VACs DOT COM and hear. The parents parents telling their stories of death after. HP vaccine and of course the horrific story of Colton Barrett that moves me every time. I see an incredibly athletic young teenage boy whose life was absolutely destroyed by the HP Gardasil vaccine what happens with that part of this story. What do they do about that? I mean so. They know that things are total. Failure is causing cervical cancer in one way or another fifty percent. But what about all these injuries. How are they going owned? Explain that how are they going to have done studies. What does this surveillance say about that? You're not going to believe what I'm about to show you. I'm about to show you the plan. The World Health Organization has to dealing with all of those videos and those stories that are out there you see you have to recognize that that most back scenes up until this point had been given to babies and so when parents say my baby was walking and talking and was had met all of their APP guard scores listen was thriving. Then they got the vaccine in regressed and stop talking stop. Walking doctors say the vaccine didn't do that. It's just in your mind you actually just didn't recognize that your child was failing all along which is absolutely incredible. If you've ever met a single living mother on this planet they're like attended the every single sniffle and everything that goes along as a husband. Baby I think you need to relax just a little bit anxious about everything to think that that mother somehow missed the fact that her child was failing and was not actually able to say the words that she caught on video them saying was not actually running around the room that was actually in the video of them running around the room before the vaccine. I've seen but it was hard to explain it and then came. HP Gardasil vaccine. There was one major problem with this vaccine. You see we weren't giving it to babies. We couldn't say to parents well. You just didn't recognize that your child was never going to walk or never going to speak. You see now we were giving it to teenage as girls and boys who were star athletes on their soccer team track stars volleyball stars and then all of a sudden they couldn't walk you you see. That's a really really big problem because now we have the before and after in a living breathing human being that can tell their story but the World World Health Organization has a plan for that story. Hold onto your seats imagined you were going to be forced to try to sell L.. Another new issue. That's coming up on. The issue is not new but the recognition of it is newer. And that's when the adverse events are not really about the vaccine but the vaccination experience. We've heard this morning about the Japan situation. We've had a series of what have been assessed as in the absence absence of other organic links psychosomatic reactions to vaccines as what it's been characterized by adverse event. This was the situation relation. These are some of the girls in Japan whose mothers have court cases about claiming that they were damaged by HP vaccines. This is in Denmark. They're all lined up. This was a group of girls when into a TV documentary. Including one of the Japanese halfpenny scientists interviewed saying. We've got the same problem. This was another issue. This was in Ireland Similar girls lining up in front of an a health official and I heard the the live video and she saying how dare you. How dare you recommend this vaccine? How dare you look at all of us sitting here and say this is a good thing? It was a pretty difficult exchange there. This is Columbia. Six hundred girls across multiple schools in a district district in Columbia had the same symptoms. That these other place. Now I just want to show you what's going on. Also in the power of Youtube Youtube to create mimic reactions. I've been developing a collaboration with King's College Institute of Psychiatry and there's some of the top aw in psychosomatic illness and also we've been looking historically back and we're seeing a real change in the nature of these reactions because of social media the reality is though and I have to say to the credit of gags this has come up in Twenty fifteen was recognized at this phenomena was becoming more of a concern. There were more cases being being presented tobacco stocks had a systematic review. Done in two thousand seventeen anxiety related reactions to immunization immunization since then that's been reviewed and the title has been evolved and I'm very happy to see that The were about to soon have a guidance on immunization stress related responses which after I it was anxiety than it was immunization triggered stress and that kind of implicated immunization too much in there and then became immunization stress related reactions. This is I really applaud acknowledging this us because it's a difficult space to go because it jumps beyond the vaccine to kind of messier space but where this is absolutely absolutely important is to help governments. I've been in Japan almost every year at least once twice three times times a year related to the situation there and I can't tell you. How many Columbia been back and forth with the Ministry of Health the stress this causes on governments and programs when you have a lot of serious symptoms and that's the other things these are physical symptoms? This is pain and this is eating disorders. This is a whole range of symptoms. That are real symptoms. They may not have been caused by the contents of vaccines means they were probably could be attributable more to the vaccination experience but it it affects the whole confidence in the system. If governments don't know how to deal with all this it's it's hard to even even fall it up first of all to listen to scientists it. Sounds like she's got marbles in her mouth. I mean watcher clogged or been out this tone. Wide Bullcrap oh crap is what is Lizard. Not Saying. She's visiting with a political officials trying to explain away six hundred girls in in Columbia. All got back with HP and you know all of these girls in Denmark in Ireland in Japan and the explanation they have poor their paralysis and for their incredible injury inability to move on with their lives is that it's a group psychosomatic matic event. Let me repeat that. It couldn't possibly be the aluminum adamant that we're not being allowed to study which we saw was had incredible adverse reactions in the trials themselves couldn't have anything to do with that no because of a group psychosomatic event. And this is what they're going to try to sell you get ready for it. We're going to start hearing this in the news people. We're GONNA WATCH SANJAY GUPTA. Try to sell us on group. Psychosomatic uh-huh semantic events as she said this is a messier space. Oh you're held you dare right it's Messier. It's a lot this year to start saying that it wasn't the backseat immediate pain. It was the anxiety from the experience of going into a doctor and getting an injection. That made you paralyze your autism awesome is actually a group psychosomatic event. Did you see autism in a video on Youtube and then decide you were going to be autistic. Because that's what we think happened. I mean were what are we going with this. I mean is this all they have left folks fishing. I mean as much as I know you wanna just go up and like punch television right. You want to lose your mind. Remember remember this. This is what they've been reduced to so now autism. which is we reported on last week? Maybe careening towards one in twenty nine of our children children in America suffering from a lifelong debilitating disease. They're going to try and tell us that was always here..
"gardasil" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Was covering Spain's annual Christmas lottery called el goral Gardasil I think I know what that means strong what does the lord told me that rap MPs Mike that big one the fact one right the big one a little of the battle yeah I heard in the motoring and his birthday after you received the mold of my **** now Al Gore is the state run lottery with the world's richest draw both thing two point twenty four billion year old which is about two point forty billion US dollars nearly fifteen thousand people can have a winning amount that pays different amounts according to the travel website Barcelona yellow the winning numbers this year with two six five nine OO and the tall young was one of the lucky ticket holders they have the correct number for a prize worth four hundred thousand year old which is four hundred and forty four thousand dollars each ticket okay with pride money can be split multiple ways of clearly nobody told me to call you this and what happened next is exactly why you don't each empanadas before the oracle now this is where I need a translator all my Spanish speaking folks will know exactly what happened because the understand Spanish the rest of us have to rely on myself and DJ drama is to translate for you okay let's go to our TV he put a report please no.
"Spider-Man" Is Leaving The Marvel Cinematic Universe
"So here's the way this works Marvel creates a spider man Stanley creates spider man Marvel's got the rights to it for years Marvel which wasn't really producing movies end up selling the rights to Sony so then we get the Tobey Maguire version of spider man in the in the beginning of this century and so we see those movies they're wildly successful Sonny tries a reboot with this guy Andrew Garfield I thought the movies were fine but they were critically reviewed very poorly and audiences were not really going for it either they didn't make what they want in the box office so Sony finally gets over itself and says okay fine we'll work with Marvel on this incredible cinematic universe that they've created with Iron Man and all these other characters they put them all together in this giant marriage that work out the contracts the right way and ends up being a smashing success well it's over we get news yesterday spider man is now leaving the Marvel cinematic universe Tom Holland who's played the character really well in the latest movies well not apparently be although there is a some hope still hanging out there apparently be a part of any more of these Marvel cinematic universe's movies and instead Sony's just gonna hold onto I'm selfishly because they can't agree on you guessed it money for more on this we got Victoria Gleick is the executive producer filling in this morning for our heather hunter Victoria I know you watch all the stuff really closely checks to me about this yesterday to me America you were very disappointed in the US yes it's funny because my friend Logan shot out to him texted me and I ended up texting this Chris plan if I weren't twenty two I would be angry crying right now just because I think Marvel did such an amazing job with spider man and Sony and they kind of saves the character concerning I think mess it up some with Andrew Garfield Andrew Garfield am and it's I could enter Gardasil right actor and they did but they did the same thing with the new venom movie like Tom hardy would have been he is the perfect venom any such a great actor but they made such a forgettable movie yeah I hate that I did I said this to you yesterday and I hope this is right in the long run I kind of hope that these studios these major studios do maintain some distance from one another and and create products to compete because it doesn't seem like Disney's taking over everything I mean Disney on think about what does the US Disney owns the Muppets Disney owns Star Wars the entire franchise Disney owns all of marble Disney owns Disney ESPN and ABC I mean you just got unless you don't fox now you don't everything fox's ever produced all the movies that's on by Disney now no Disney plus is coming out the streaming service what is it next in two months or so October I believe they're coming out the streaming service to compete with net flex and they own everything the behemoth I'd like to see a Sony Sony studio exist that can actually produce something to compete with Disney because it feels like everything's a little to consolidate it now I agree with that but I just think taking that character that belongs to the Marvel universe is just absurd to me what's the contract on this and how long to Sony get to use the spider man character do we now it's like a crazy agreement they get a spider man four ever at the to the expense of Marvel and the thing that bothers me is that kind of set it up in the last movie far from home as far from home yes far from his when he goes overseas yeah they set it up in the last movie that he's is basically going to be the main adventure spider man and I was like the conflict he was having throughout the movie is like he wasn't sure if he was basically ready to be the main Avenger yeah so I don't really know what their plan is also the last movie ended on a cliffhanger I'm not gonna say what it is I haven't seen him yeah but ends on a cliffhanger and I'm just like and he's done really well for John by the way they've they've earned over a billion dollars worldwide so far on that movie it's been the I think the only smash success of the summer has been that's vitamins anyway it's wild he's a good he's good at that role but once again he's not actually American is neat nice British yeah what's what's the deal here I can we get Americans the plate American superheroes I have no idea but I think you did amazing and I think a lot of fans are very emotionally attached to Tom Holland as writer man why no one who is thank
"gardasil" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Yeah. They're dying. They're dying to find a replacement. They know obviously, aluminum hydroxide is a neurotoxin day. No this. We know this. Everyone knows knows they're depending on it being such a low dose just feel like it's okay. No one wants these agitates vaccines. Of course, no one wants in. They're now they are trying to find new ones. And in fact, the Gardasil vaccine, which is sort of become Torius notorious for its horrible side effects. Even -ployees a new hybrid form of an aluminum. Advent is that people are starting to wonder if it may be the reason why I'm so many people seem to be harm from it. Now. I know there is one other type of advent that's undevelopment. I believe by Merck. And can't remember the name of it. But yes, unfortunately, the vaccines don't work very well without the advocates, and they don't want to use aluminum hydroxide. It's a horrible ingredient than no one wants children injected with. So I hope they're able to find about her one. I wish back seems did not need agitates. But unfortunately, they do in my mind, they make them not worth the cost. Jesse of you have a follow up question. If you could just keep it short. Thank you. A mistake in diminishing the concerns of the opposition. And that's how they used it on credibility. I just give you two quick examples. Just a waste mortar. Bulks Vitus Boone was human and the eliminated sports, and that disease is gone. You we almost there just do a contract left because of religious position that we are finding difficult to eliminate polio. Because it has a human Vitus food. And if we limited it'd be going just like smallpox, that's why I don't understand unless the guest extend at some point that this violence was men made because I have seen the harmful effect, it can create it can destroy lives. And we're almost there. And that's why I did not like the guests statements concerning the polio vaccine because it's almost like smallpox we had almost and Jesse. Let's get forced to respond of the smallpox vaccine. I'll do.
"gardasil" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They always needed to come out with a new beer a new product. Aren't they doing the same thing with these vaccines that so so for Mark they came out first with Gardasil, which has four different types of HP viruses in it two of which are known to cause cancer or associated with cancer and two of them are associated with genital warts? So that was their first version, but then there are new and improved version if Gardasil nine and in the US today, we can only by Gardasil nine Gardasil has been phased out of the market and Gardasil nine was basically brought in on in terms of clinical trials on the coattails of Gardell. They no longer had to do the big studies. They didn't even have to get a special committee assembly. They says, oh, you know gardens though, was good enough for the FDA and the CDC guards will nine must be better. So you're exactly right. And who knows whether we're going to have Gardasil fifteen and Gardasil twenty one. And so on down the road are there some doctors who would say listening to this program tonight. You folks are being irresponsible get the vaccine would they? Oh, absolutely. So the American, you know, the centers for disease control and prevention, the food and Drug administration, the World Health Organization, the association of gynecologists and obstetricians all of those medical groups are absolutely one hundred percent behind the vaccine. But the irony George is. I don't think many of those people have delved into the clinical trial information likely did we're not physicians. We're not scientists. We're not telling people on an individual basis what to do. But when you read the six hundred page FDA report, as we read really carefully, we see these fundamental problems. There was no placebo in the clinic. Trials, george. They never tested the vaccine in twenty thousand subjects they never tested it against an inert saline placebo sugar pill or assault pill. They tested it against things that were actually themselves active and most of which are known potentially cause harm. So these were not real experiments, these were sort of PR exercises and any doctor who really looks at that. I think we'll come to the same conclusion that we do that. This was not properly tested. Not like all the drugs that actually are properly tested that do come on. And even some of those are properly tested. Exactly. And and so there's more to tell that story to there's some really important differences between drugs and vaccines. So vaccines first of all they don't have to go through the same level of rigorous testing. They don't have to have a placebo. They don't have to be double blind randomized trials. But more importantly, you can't sue. If the federal government has recommended the vaccine, I can't go out if I have an an injury from Gardasil, and in the first instance Sumer, it's illegal because of a lot of congress passed in nineteen eighty six I have to go to a compensation program in Washington DC, which has many many restrictions. And if I somehow didn't realize that my injury was from this vaccine within three years, which is the limit the time limit then I'm completely out of luck. Mary stay with us. We're going to bring your co author Kim Rosenberg in in a moment as we talk about the H P V vaccine on trial. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter today at coast to coast AM dot com..
"gardasil" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Let's talk about your stuff and see if we can make a difference in a very different direction. You know, whether it's you got a migraine headache. Are you got concussion or you don't know why not walk in the way you're supposed to or stomachs bothering you? Or just want to you know, what can I do to make things better talked a little bit about the Gardasil problem? And as I said earlier, what triggered my kind of. Little Billy pulpit. Here was the fact that I have a young patient, and unfortunately, I've treated many more of these over time. But it just got to me this week. You just got to me to the place where you know, we've gotta stop the shenanigans. This cover up this garbage of telling people things are without side effects at it's not a big deal. Well, there are side effects, and there's huge numbers of side effects and you've got away the risk reward situation. But I go back to the fact that, you know, they're they're presenting this thing, so they can sell tons of product. And it's all about. Chicken. You know, what goes in the Bank account? It's not okay. We're talking about the flu vaccine walked in the office the other day and patient that I hadn't seen for a while. And you would think that they had listened to me. And I said, so I wouldn't say anywhere you bet. And he said I've been sick. Since I've had the flu twice as it's not even Christmas time you've got the flu twice as twice as wanted. You get the first flu he says about a week after I had the vaccine I said, you went out and got the inoculation. And I said, I must not be a good teacher. I must be very poor teacher. I bet how long he says. Yeah. I know I know. And I said don't you get it? It's a live virus and not only that. But you have all the other stuff that's put into it. You have the aluminum, and you have the mercury, and you have all the stuff that they grow and can be chicken parks and fetal parts, depending on what part of the world, they buy it. From see? The interesting thing is the US pass a law a few years ago that said that they cannot have any vaccine in a or excuse me, any mercury in a vaccine, and because they know that that McCarrick pattern that Famer Saul causes neurological damage and so subsequently over a period of time. Time. You know, what they did is they did an end run because that law didn't say that they couldn't import it from someplace else. So they can't make it here. But they can bring it in kind of an interesting catch twenty two see that's how people get paid off. That's how people kind of go around the idea of not doing something. So am I on a bandwagon about stuff day? Yes. But you know, at the end of the day, you know, the. The side effects of the vaccine since we're talking about side effects. You really need to know that there are significant, you know, besides the the the CDC we'll tell you shoulder soreness and body a you know, where that body. Eight comes from the flu that Aken fever that you get that sort of itching at the injection site. That's called allergy reaction, particularly if they made it from eggs in many of you are, and then they have the fever, so body aches and fever. What's that sound like that's the flu? So you're getting these things from the vaccine and its usually low grade which viral viral is the flu and they say, oh those side effects, and then you get dizziness, and there's a friend again, John Bray pattern. So you can get Gambro syndrome from getting the flu vaccine say, you need to understand that, you know, even though people do recover, but in a situation again brave from flu shots, if you happen to be, you know, the the guy that pull. The the number. You got about seventy percent chance of fully recovering. That means you've got thirty percent chance of really having a problem. So you need to understand that you know, this data not doctor Tommaso making it up. This is what I just told you about the National Institute of neurological disorders and stroke. You know, those are very specific patterns that they know a lot about and you should know a lot about say, well the stuff works. You have a sixty percent chance of the flu shot being effective and is actually forty to sixty percent. What does that mean that means that sixty percent of time it stimulates an antibody response. But what they don't tell you is about at the best fifty percent of the time enough of an antibiotic body response to protect you. So that's like thirty percent effectiveness overall. You are not stupid people. You are really very smart crunch the numbers and don't believe people. I've said repetitively year after year my radio program that don't believe anybody, including me, do your homework. My job is to provoke you. My job is to stir your interest. My job is to make you say what that can't be true. And then go look it up. See did you ever wonder why you get the bug in the wintertime and not in the summer? Simba's Ron all the time is because you don't getting sunlight your whole lot of garbage. You put tons of sugar in your body, get less activity, and your body becomes more immunological.
"gardasil" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Is our call in phone number for those people who wanna get well naturally for those people want to take an active part in their healthcare for those people. Who understand that it's risky to get sick? And that it's even riskier to take pharmaceutical drugs and or exposure self two surgeries unless they're absolutely necessary. And in many instances, they are not this is a forum where you can air it out as it relates to your own personal health or the health of somebody you care and love you can call into this show on behalf of them and ask a question and bring that information back to them. That's fine with us. We love it. Our number eight of the program again is one eight eight eight five five three seven two six two one triple eight fifty five Dr Bob. Now, we've got a co-pilot today Richie. He's in the rich Meister. He's with us today in place of Darren the dare-bare he's gone. He's on vacation he's goofing around somewhere. He needed some downtime. That's a good thing. He's one of the hardest working guys. I know Rachel is going to do a fine job. He assured maybe four we went to air that he would make sure that this show does not crash and or burn and we're glad in that. But we have a lot to talk about today with respect to the topic of health your health and encouraged strongly to stick around because there's going to be something for each. And every one of you something that could be a game changer in your life as it relates to your health, something, you can learn and take away from this show and apply it to your own personal health to benefit in a big way. So if there is a health concern, a quagmire dilemma, a problem, some type of an issue going on with you. Let's get it on a conversation on the telephone and talk about it. Have you had your doctor? Bob talk yet. If not I'm here for you. Call in right now and tell Dr Bob where it hurts. Eight eight five five three seven two six Jewish are calling phone number throughout the United States. Coast to coast, the very largest health talk show, America. The weather's been on the air the longest we're glad that you're part of that success. We thank you for that one triple eight five five three seven two six two or eight eight eight fifty five Dr Bob now before we get to the headlines, we're going to be discussing on the show today. And oh, by the way, we have a very special guest that we're going to introduce you to a little bit later in the show is well, really an important topic that I think you're going to really enjoy learning about. However, let's step back a moment and talk about this last week as it relates to Facebook. And the Facebook posts that appeared. Via my website. So this last week. I posted a very controversial. But not in my mind a controversial video of a twelve year old girl. Twelve year old young lady. Who unfortunately? Her parents. Okay. D- her getting a Gardasil vaccine in an attempt to try to prevent HPV the human papilloma virus in the future. And. Unfortunately, she contracted some very. Disabling paralytic disease as a result of having this vaccine, by the way at school. And I want you to if you know, either anybody in your life, whether it's your own child or a grandchild. And you're thinking that that grandchild. Whether it be a male or female, it's this is mostly targeted at females. But the now going after the young males as well in trying to convince everybody that all children need to have this HPV vaccine called Gardasil. It's the holy grail is the big farm pushing vaccines again trying to force people into submission, bullying them, scaring them to death. Well, you need to take a look at this video. This young aspiring little twelve year old pop star paralyzed in just days after receiving the HP vaccine in an attempt her parents try thinking, they're doing the right thing. Trying to prevent. Human papillomavirus in the future. With his Gardasil vaccine is gut wrenching heartbreaking to watch. This little mea bless ski. And you can watch that by going over to my website at Dr Bob dot com. O CTO are Bob dot com. Also on Facebook this last week. I discussed how cosmetic surgeons are. Now trolling for new business are trained to widen the turf, I guess they don't think they have enough yet. Even though a lot of them are so busy. You can't even get into see them for weeks, sometimes months. People are engaging in cosmetic surgery at an ever increasing rate. They hate what they see when they wake up in the morning, and they see what staring back at them in the mirror. They're embarrassed by they wanna be somebody else. It's greener on the other side of the fence. Always right. So. I posted an article that I want you to take a look at it. And it is basically cosmetic surgery, and how it affects people, and how cosmetic surgeons are trying to convince as many people as a can that over time. You will develop an asymmetrical face asymmetrical face, and they they refer to it as a wonky face and step right up because they've got the answer to your wonky face. That's gone asymmetrical as you age. They have these wonderful cosmetic surgeries that can just do wonders for you like like the they did for Kenny Rogers Ryan Seacrest, Dali parts and melody Griffith. Wayne Newton Michael Douglas. Hey, what are they all have in common? Well, they've had their faces rearranged unnecessarily because they they thought. Okay. So I'll go into the cosmetic surgeon, and I'll look ten twenty years younger by having my face rearranged having the skin poll behind my ear. Take a snap here in a snip there and pull it here. And now, they don't even look like their former selves, they look like a somebody from a alternative planet in an. Alternative universe? And you can do you can get rid of that wonky face. Yeah. That as symmetrical face, they'll fix you. Right up the articles there check it out on Facebook. Go to my web page and get to Facebook at Dr Bob dot com. Then.
"gardasil" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"There's certain things dads don't want to know i just feel like some discussion about safety practices and gardasil and all that sort of thing i'm leaving that to holly so i looked at at at practical minimums read it and they've posted a lot in okay cupid in the separate at sex surprise surprise separate relationship so they are you know this is obviously kind of their stick i mean this is obviously a big part of their life and i would hate for a prosthetic of some sort to interfere with this okay do you have any advice for practical minimum here just be careful with your strategy angles i think that's a good that's a good that's good advice for life just in general be careful about your strategy angles in in no matter what no matter what you're looking at no matter what you're doing whether you're playing billiards whether you are playing marbles yeah whether you are she's i don't know i mean i'm trying to think of something else where strategy angles would be important i think for a long time before i said oral sex are is something we're strategy angles are important but i guess there right so yeah be careful of your of her strategy and angle be careful not to get it dislodged and have it pushed down your throat i think we're it's not a spider partial i think you're gonna be all right i don't even know what to say it's her times were surprisingly enough less more yeah lunch ables on ready get at us and shoot us your information so we can send you a stick or.
"gardasil" Discussed on Your V Life
"I can see it goes nicely with my cold whatever indefinitely do it for fee because the reason he recommended that you want to do away before the sexually active right into your body built up immunity but important thing is that so that vaccine gardasil vaccine protects your four types of hp two of the most common lowest types which literally caused ninety percent of all cases of genital words so i mean like why not get a team for that and then sixteen eighteen which caused the vast majority of invasive cervical cancers okay so it sound okay are these wanted to vaccines that a lot of moms don't recommend their side because there's always those vaccines that moms are just against and this seems it's so simple just get the shot and it's easier but but even now people you give them the same information in but i think when you when you start talking about actually transmitted viruses and the thought of you you know know it's not like you're you're you're tetanus shot but i think that's part of the reason that some parents are just just like wild what eleven right gonna give her i understand that but it's it's very simple yeah i mean all thanks scenes i mean literally every vaccine is a potential side effects but there's certain axioms you not like it's like they say this and it's obviously it's what people they don't have proof on it and what is what people.
"gardasil" Discussed on No Agenda
"The bill number 2016 and act concerning the prophylactic treatment of minors for sexually transmitted disease dan when you hear prophylactic you think uh you know condoms but no no it says he as used in this subsection prophylactic means a medicine or course of action used to prevent disease and this bill if it passes uh would as here's the statement any municipal health department state institutional facility licensed physician or public or private hospital or clinic may examine or provide treatment including prophylactic treatment for venereal sexually transmitted disease for a minor if the physician of facilities qualified to provide such examination or treatment the consent of the parents or guardian of the minor shall not be a prerequisite to the examination or the treatment which would of course be gardasil uh the hpv shot they'd been on they've these guys have so much money that they are now getting a bill put through to specifically because you're what other what other prophylactic shot treat medical treatment is there died never heard of one mentioned guard is ill hpv that's the only one the people in connecticut stop this insanity can have the government telling telling you that the that they can just inspect your child and inject them with something if they feel like it no let's bad here it's not it's not just bad is it to me it's an outrage sounds like monies changing hands and then to story as i got back to back we've been hearing about men's sperm count dropping significantly.
"gardasil" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"But he they feel that if they go and they take their young son or daughter who's preadolescent or as an adolescent and they let them have the gardasil vaccination that they're condoning sexual activity and i understand us but here's what every parent needs to understand because i get a lot of questions about gardasil first even if your son or daughter is aversion when they mary there is a possibility that the person date mary is not going to be a virgin that means that your son or daughter stands a very good chance of getting hpv from his or her spouse because hpv is ubiquitous its present in over eighty percent of the sexually active adult population so the only situation which your child will not get hpv is if he or she is a virgin and he or she mary's of virgin then you don't have to worry about it secondly the vaccines work ideally before an infection occurs this means that your son or daughter develops immunity against these different strands of hpv before sexual intercourse and this is very important and this could be much more effective if they developed the immunity before sexual intercourse than after stirred getting the vaccine communicates to kids that sex is serious business i do not believe that it's ethically are morally right for me as a pediatrician to give gardasil to a patient who has control over whether or not they get hpv i e you don't get hpv by just getting a cold like you do chickenpox a patient a your son or daughter is in charge of their sexual activity and less of course they're assaulted and so it's very important i believe as a pediatrician for me to say the kids look if you choose at thirteen fourteen or 18 to go and be sexually active unita understand you are playing with fire.
"gardasil" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"Sandras question before i'm going to dovetail in in answering your question you're absolutely right parents need to know that there are approximately up one hundred fifty strains that's one five zero strains of human papilloma virus the most aggressive strains hpv sixteen and eighteen cosmo circle and other cancers in addition to that hbv sixteen also causes about seventy percent of throw cancers caused by hpv so friends when you're considering whether or not to immunize your children with so remember hpv causes many other cancers besides cervical cancer in girls and penile cancer in boys over the past decade the incidence of throw cancers has risen and many don't know that have neck cancers are caused not only by smoking and drinking alcohol but also by being infected with hpv many in the medical field believed that this may be due to the rise an oral sex among kid two quote wanna maintain a virginity and they don't wanna get pregnant and kids also believe the by having oral sex they won't get as sexually transmitted infection and we parents and physicians need to teach our kids that's not true any infection they can get through intercourse they can get through oral sex so it's very very important as parents when you're thinking about immunizing your kids whether or not immunize your kids with gardasil that you bear in mind there are more cancers at risk with hpv then just cervical cancer there are now two types of hpv vaccine available the original gardasil protect against four strains of the virus but now gardasil nine protects against nine those strains most importantly parents need to understand that being protected against hpv 16th is the most troublesome strain now i know that many parents feel strongly that they don't want their kids to get vaccinated because they either feel that it condone sexual active.
"gardasil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is factoring in between uh what we're seeing play play out here and so the question is why are we ending up in this situation where people are so in battled and and so polarized on this conversation and part of it is is because of that because he will feel that they have really good and strong and correct intentions right for example i guess we have a we have someone call in the parents of the vaccine injured child reportedly calling in to say that he feels there is a climate in the country where no discussion of any kind about the safety of vaccines is allowed and it's not a question of the administration given how profitable it is that's those were his words and and the gardasil is banned in japan can you comment on that or or talk about the relationship between this parents well no i i need to see what you're chasing speaks yeah it speaks to the um you know the gravity of the entire situation and i i very much understand the impulse as those science journalist um and a and a you know sort of set aside member of the scientific community to react to that and just say oh my gosh we need to get as many people vaccinated as possible because vaccines really do work in this is important but if you can't take the moment to have the real conversation that acknowledges that some of these fears are at least coming from a valid place if they are invalid i don't them themselves i don't think that you're going to make much progress in bridging the gap between these two sides in actually getting to uh a a future where people are able to have good faith in vaccines an and they institutions that are instructing them to to get them we have a.
"gardasil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Faith in in the vaccine has declined dramatically and so when you're faced with something like that you kind of have as a public health official you have several different options of how to respond to it um and i think that in the case of gardasil as fred said there have been many several there have been many followup studies that have shown that there isn't a connection one of the reasons that we found that the story was relevant is that the clinical trials at the outset are kind of the best place to start assessing that but once you're in this situation where you're losing the trust of the public like how you respond to that at concern i think is really important and uh worth assessing and and talking about um because as you can see in the in the statements that the ema is giving pretty publicly is they're saying no everything sign everything's fine and then behind the scenes they're saying actually this wasn't really ideal and so there's one school of thought that perhaps you know it's perfectly it's totally their jurisdiction to say this is safe and so you should take it but if you're faced with a a public that is losing their trust in you perhaps there's another route in which saying hey actually here's the the real situation here's what's happening we're going to be honest and transparent with you and we're going to talk about the concerns with this and discuss it in a way that could per perhaps move us all closer to the objective truth rather than just kind of battling down on our two sides then particularly in this climate of distrust or miss trust about vaccines in general and how easy it is to spread misinformation and to get people terrified particularly when it involves their children right of it is incredibly important not only for consumers to feel like they have confidence in the reporting process but also a you know for the industry itself it it must be important as well should new you would you would hope so i think that there are a lot of good intention happening on all sides of debate i think like the medical institutions really do want to keep people safe and and the people who are worried about vaccination our parents who really do love their children and so you have a lot of really strong and like good hearted intention that.
"gardasil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You to change anything that you're doing about the way that you are interacting in the world and what i wrote in my piece was i was vaccinated with gardasil in two thousand seven and if i was given the choice again today even after editing this peace and understanding the flaws with the trial design i would get vaccinated with it again and i say show fredericks piece stage that there were quote post marketing reports from denmark and japan about to serious littleknown neurological disorders in girls and young women back needed with gardasil in both countries uh these cases had ignited vitriolic national debates that sent backs saination rates plummeting so moving on from that was fear of a similar reaction in the us one of the reasons for publishing this companion peace well i think that whenever you talk about vaccines you have to be extremely careful and and we've been really cognizant of that during this whole time and i think that when you look at the landscape on the anti vacs rhetoric and how were responding to a right now there's a lot of just straight polarization and not very much that than the middle that's productively talking about and addressing the issues and so i think that one of the impulses for this piece was to be able to talk about the the real issues and take to get down on the ground and look at the clinical trial and see what it was and bring some transparency and light to this issue and of course because of the heightened scrutiny and a reaction to anything about vaccines we felt that it was also important to write a peace very directly addressing our readers about how they should apply it to their own lives frederick subdued laying report her symptoms to doctors running the clinical trial she did so little time um she told them instead of constantly snuka oxygen and she told you about uh she told the uh decided personnel about them several times bigger than we can show them as potential tax which uh unknown in in in medicine that's a person's i could tell them they weren't dealt with at all by the trial investigators are they weren't catalogued at all well the cadillac in the fan because they're living bound there's something called new medical history that was on our work sheet those who serve four um simpson's and cause disorder seizes i have nothing to do with.
"gardasil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A challenging to create nuanced reporting on the issue to recent pieces published by slate bring this question to the four journalist frederick joe vang has published a peace based on a monthlong investigation into the hpv vaccine gardasil and while there is no doubt that the vaccine is effective in its prevention of infection and therefore is effective in reducing women's risk of cervical cancer he found worrying shortcomings in the research methods used before the vaccine was approved slade has publish this article along with a companion piece written by their science editor susan mathews which explained slates decision to publish the article v articles what the gardasil testing may have missed and why is slate questioning god to so are published on slates website and i'm very pleased it brings frederick jolting and susan mathews to our show welcome to both of you israeli frederick you start to peace by profiling a woman named key sialang is that that's the correct pronunciation of her name i think we heard cookie area okay cash 'sorry what does so what her her symptoms very quickly he has a host of symptoms um and believe me so uh how to diagnose it took a doctor's more than ten years to uh two different diagnosis which is a chronic fatigue syndrome but basically she she has um this massive overwhelming uh fatigue experiences um maybe every few days and then she's got uh pains in different joins the body and in our muscles and should at this overwhelming sense of uh just being tired or not able to hurt um the the most basic things to do so how did her symptoms falling at the time line of the gardasil trial so so she started experiencing um these who likes him to this and joint pains just a few weeks after she got her second shot at suffolk gratis during the term at the trial back in two thousand two yes and you mentioned that there were several news stories citing women with similar symptoms so is that what made her think that her chronic fatigue syndrome might have been connected to the gardasil vaccine so she in the beginning when just once it was part of the trial niem let's just hope the shots she thought that maybe this is related to sort of acceding but then she was persuaded by the um by these started personnel the difficult things to.
"gardasil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In your companion piece that this reporting was not intended as a way of scaring people away from getting the gardasil vaccine so what are your intentions in publishing in publishing this piece well uh i think it's so really interesting question to talk about how we report on issues of health in general because i think that there are a lot of issues that journalists need to report on for public health purposes that often get mixed up in personal health decisions were really not good at reading about these large big picture public health problems and not feeling an impulse to apply them to our own life um so when we decided to publish this story uh what fred found had obvious significance for public health uh his his findings on the shortcomings of this trial are something that we should be aware of so that we can not only double check this trial but make sure that in the future going forward were designing are clinical trials adequately i sat has real run residents for public health for your personal health this isn't terribly important for you to change anything that you're doing about the way that you are interacting in the world and what i wrote in my piece was i was vaccine gardasil in two thousand seven and if i was given the choice again today even after editing this peace and understanding the flaws with the trial design i would get vaccinated with it again now shake show fredericks piece stage that there were quote post marketing reports from denmark in japan about to serious littleknown neurological disorders in girls and young women back needed with gardasil in both countries uh these cases had ignited vitriolic national debates that sent backs nation rates plummeting so moving on from that was fear of a similar reaction in the us one of the reasons for publishing this companion peace well i think that.
"gardasil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And makes a challenging to create nuanced reporting on the issue to recent pieces published by slate bring this question to the four journalist frederick joe vang has published a peace based on a monthlong investigation into the hpv vaccine gardasil and while there is no doubt that the vaccine is effective in its prevention of infection and therefore is effective in reducing women's risk of cervical cancer he found worrying shortcomings in the research methods used before the vaccine was approved slade has publish this article along with a companion piece written by their science editor susan mathews which explained slates decision to publish the article the articles what the gardasil testing may have missed and why is slate questioning gardasil are published on slates website and i'm very pleased it brings frederick jolting and susan mathews to our show welcome to both of you for ugly frederick you start the peace by profiling a woman named kishan laying is that that's the correct pronunciation of her name i think though her kukirya okay cash 'sorry what so what her her symptoms relief he has a host of symptoms um and believe me so uh how to diagnose it took a doctor's more than ten years to uh two different diagnosis which is uh critiques into him but basically she she has um this massive overwhelming uh fatigue experiences um maybe every few days and then she's got uh teams uh in different joins the boat body and in our muscles and should at this overwhelming sense of just be tired or not equal to to her um the the most basic things to do so simpson falling at the time line of the gardasil trial so so she started experiencing um these who likes into this and joint pains just a few weeks after she got her second shot suffer gratis during the trial back in two thousand two yes and you mentioned that there were several new stories citing women with similar symptoms so is that what made her think that her chronic fatigue syndrome might have been connected to the gardasil vaccine she into beginning when just once it was part of the trial the.