As the petition to the FDA states, and this is also found in the FDA archives, it is now generally agreed that identifying and typing HPV infection does not bear a direct relationship to stratification of the risk for cervical cancer. In other words, there’s no link between HPV and cervical cancer. We have all been lied to. We’ve been told that this virus causes cancer. And that in order to protect young girls from cancer, we have to give them a vaccine. Well, it turns out that not only is that not true, but in fact these vaccines may cause an increase in the risk of precancerous lesions in young girls. Yes you heard me correctly, that the vaccine may actually harm certain women. Now, here’s a study that supports that, it’s called the VRBPAC Background Document. This is also on the FDA’s website, I’ve got a link to it in my special report. And, in this document, read carefully, you will find that the authors of this study are very concerned about the risk of harm to women who receive the vaccine. They even title it “Concerns Regarding Primary Endpoint”. And, as it shows right here what I have circled, the observed efficacy is minus 44.6%. That means that the vaccine actually caused an increase in disease by 44.6%. Now that’s in certain subgroups of women, that’s not in all women, certain groups, but it means that the vaccine potentially poses as serious risks of harm to some women. And we’ve been told this vaccine is perfectly safe, right? We’ve been told, no problem, anyone can get the vaccine, they’ve even tried to promote this vaccine for young boys. Did anyone tell them that boys don’t have a cervix? People are crazy, they just try to promote these drugs for anything. It’s classic fear mongering and classic disease mongering for the sole purpose of selling more expensive pharmaceuticals and vaccines to people who don’t need them.