“HPV The Virus That Causes Cervical Cancer???”

by Liam Scheff

You hear it and read it everywhere: “HPV – The virus that causes cervical cancer.”

But is it true? The correlation is something like this:

Out of a million women, 1600 (drug-addicted, late middle aged prostitutes who never go for pap smears) will develop cervical cancer.

Counting? That’s precisely…

.16 Percent.

And this counts as “cause?” In other words, 99.84% of women who “have HPV” do not ‘get cervical cancer.’

These are their statistics: .16% equals “causation.”

“Although HPV infection is common, the majority of men and women clear the virus from the body and don’t suffer from any squealae of the infection, says Dr Suresh. Only one per cent of men with HPV get warts while of a million women with HPV, only 1,600 get cancer if not screened.” [Malaysia Oncology/Asia One ]

1,600 out of 1,000,000
160 out of 100,000
16 out of 10,000
1.6 out of 1,000
.16 out of 100

.16 Percent.

Can you see why they started with a million? (Because 1,600 is scarier than 16 hundredths of a percent).

And who are they? Drug addicts, late middle aged prostitutes, or others in ‘high risk groups’ for every disease. Most importantly, they are, according to the medical experts, women ‘who never have pap smears or go for a gynecological check-up – ever.’

And that’s a generous statistic. Here’s an actual sample from the US:

“For example, in the state of Maryland, 9.3 out of every 100,000 women contracted cervical cancer in 2003. Without considering any of the personal risk factors (like cervical cancer in the family), the general risk for someone living in Maryland would be 9.3/100000 or .0093% chance of contracting this disease.” NaturalNews.com | www.statehealthfacts.org

In 2006, it was 6.7 per 100,000 women, or .0067 percent. Bring that up to match the “out of a million” and you end up with the following:

6.7 out of 100,000
67 out of a 1,000,000

Sixty-seven out of a million women. Not 1,600. But, in a real-world sample, sixty-seven per million.

Can we have our moment of “duh?” (to quote our friend Robert Scott Bell)

Note: Seaweed blocks “Cervical cancer virus”:

“The researchers found that carrageenan [Kelp extract] strongly inhibited different HPV strains’ ability to attach and therefore enter human cells. “We were floored by how much better it worked than anything else we have tested,” says Schiller.”

And healthy people “clear” the ‘virus’ sans difficulté’.

“Roughly 50% of sexually active women between the ages of 18 and 22 are infected with human papillomavirus (HPV) at some point, although their own immune systems can clear infections caused by the less aggressive strains.” New Scientist

“50%?” National statistics put it up to 75 and 80% prevalent, and still, no ‘cervical cancer pandemic.”

“Aggressive strains?” Do they mean in the .009% of late middle aged drug abusing prostitutes? Who have no concept of gynecological health and never ever ever or ever go for checkups?

No, it’s not a problem of individual lifestyle or health. This IS a National Emergency!

Can we all sue the Government now for fomenting such absurd fear-mongering? Or, just ignore them en masse. Always the best strategy…

But, how many young, healthy girls have been injured or crippled by Gardisil? Hundreds? Thousands. How about deaths following vaccination? Twenty? Forty? Sixty?

And counting…

TruthAboutGardasil.org

Google Search Gardisil, Injuries

And now, they want your boys, too…

Addendum

Please read Cal Crilly’s article at RTB, which points out the incredibly important toxicological factors that DO cause cancer. Cal asks what the researchers missed:

“What about all the other chemicals middle aged women are exposed to!! What about the pill? HRT? Benzene?!”

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9 Responses

  1. Brian Carter says:

    You left out the marketing to boys and young men…
    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/03/01/us-cancer-vaccine-idUKTRE7200CJ20110301

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    Liam Replies:

    Thanks Brian! I added a link…

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  2. Liam says:

    Addendum: Please read Cal Crilly’s article at RTB, which points out the bleeding obvious (That everybody missed!!):

    “What about all the other chemicals middle aged women are exposed to!! What about the pill? HRT? BENZENE??”

    http://reducetheburden.org/?p=3944

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  3. Brian Carter says:

    “If you’re keeping score, here’s even more evidence that HPV causes oral, head and neck cancers and that vaccines may be able to prevent it.”

    Now, help! Where’s my waders? The cesspool is rising.

    Isn’t amazing what one can find in this arena? Knowing that HIV and AIDS is going to be less funded, the numskulls are turning to another well funded or soon to be highly funded meme…

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2011/03/01/133968901/virus-passed-during-oral-sex-tops-tobacco-as-throat-cancer-cause?sc=fb&cc=fp

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  4. liam says:

    Science.

    Arguable Not Provable

    Arguable Not Truthful

    Ancient Myth Versus Technical Myth

    Science is a Technical Myth

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  5. Andrew says:

    Don’t you just love how the article for the vaccine for boys it mentions the high cost to roll it out, but then they make the case that men’s immune systems don’t deal with the HPV virus and therefore become carriers. The article then proposes boys be vaccinated, but more for their (presumably female) partners. Funny how our system prioritised the ‘safety’ of women above men and only think about men when it possibly negatively affects women… Heaven help all men if there’s a actually dangerous virus but only a small supply of vaccines!

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  6. Liam says:

    Hi Andrew,

    Read the article again. There is not dangerous virus here. The vaccines, however, have been deadly… Read about vaccination, here on my site, or in my book… or at any of the linked sites about ‘what is in a vaccine.’

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  7. Robert says:

    “drug-addicted, late middle aged prostitutes” You left out, “who are also smokers and take birth control pills”

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  8. Mito says:

    In 2013 the quest for more customers is still on. Now it’s 9yo boys. Isn’t it enough that they have made it mandatory to all high-school girls for such an common and insignificant STD. The boys can’t get the cancer that needs female parts but they found that 5% of esophagus cancer or something like that is “linked”, in other words it coexists with HPV. It was found 25% more on those with cancer if I remember correctly. Another faulty causation case for getting more customers. Can’t they just sell it for what it is without the cancer nonsense? It’s for HPV, nothing else. They are very careful though in their public announcements. They never say HPV causes cancer, they don’t say they know if it does and how it does, and they always say that one should avoid what really causes cancer (smoking and drinking for esophagus). They are legally safe.

    Could it be that weak organisms with cancer have slightly more STDs in general? Like 30% more? They also probably run 100m slower. Lets put a causation link there and start training everybody for sub 12second 100m sprints to save them from cancer. A few will probably die in the process, but wth. It’s better to be safe.

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