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When One Less Becomes One More

When One Less Becomes One More

Abnormal Pap Smears, Cervical Dysplasia and Cervical Cancer Spike Post-HPV Vaccination Guest Post by Leslie Botha, Women’s Health Freedom Coalition Coordinator, Natural Solutions Foundation, and Janny Stokvis, VAERS Research Analyst   In 2006, the HPV vaccine Gardasil touted to prevent cervical cancer was introduced to a public generally unaware of the Human Papillomavirus or its threat to adolescent girls and...
O Canada! Gardasil® Vaccine May be a Medical Experiment on Older Women

O Canada! Gardasil® Vaccine May be a Medical Experiment on Older Women

Guest Post by Leslie Botha, Broadcast Journalist It appears that women ages 27 to 45 in Canada are being subjected to the same type of Gardasil® advertising campaign adolescents and their families are in the United States. The full page advertisements are running continuously in magazine supplements in Sunday newspapers north and south of the border. ‘Now women ages 27...
Have You Had HPV? Tweet It Today!

Have You Had HPV? Tweet It Today!

The Village Voice has declared today, Friday, September 16, ‘Tweet That You Have Had HPV Day’. U.S. readers probably know that on Monday, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann upbraided Texas governor Rick Perry for requiring girls in his state to have the vaccine during a Tea Party sponsored debate among Republican candidates for the presidential nomination, and then claimed the HPV vaccine...
Will HPV Screening Replace Pap Tests?

Will HPV Screening Replace Pap Tests?

Researchers in Italy have recently completed a study comparing the effectiveness of DNA testing for HPV (human papillomavirus) to the commonly used Pap smear for detecting cervical cancer. Their findings suggest that more cases of cervical cancer can be prevented with HPV testing than with the conventional Pap smear, especially for women over 35. There are, however, some disadvantages...
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