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Some agnostics question about the effectiveness of HPV Vaccine



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For those who are feeling happiness about the new HPV vaccine, the country's leading cancer centers, with two in Baltimore, just released their support to declare new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Doctors believe that these proposals may help to improve the use of the vaccine and to prevent human papilloma virus, that is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. Some agnostics believe, however, that it may be more an enemy than a friend.


According to doctors,there is a fear that the human papilloma virus may conduct lethal cervical,esophagus and other cancers. Recently, the 69 cancer centers by the National Cancer Institute, elects sent a letter prosecution, in accordance with the recommendations of the CDC. Among these select few organizations were the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Some of the recommendations adopted confirms that children should receive 11 to 12 years, according to new guidelines, two sets of HPV vaccine not less than six months apart. A three dose series is recommended for 15+ ..

They agree with these recommendations, as 79 million people in the United States who are sick HPV. They fear that these numbers seem likely to increase than decrease. CDC reports that more than 39,000 different HPV-associated cancer are found each year in the United States.

While Dr. Konno of Japan stated that the Japanese government in 2013 its recommendation for HPV vaccine ending after suspected adverse reactions in young women who had stigmata. Dr. Konno argue that adverse effects are "psychological effect" and that the whole controversy was triggered by a group of vaccination against HPV.

The Japanese daily Asahi Shimbun information made available about 50 girls who underwent complex regional pain disorder. The paper also printed the statistics that 100 girls after receiving the HPV vaccine stayed home.

Source:
Mercola: Oncology Dietitian Exposes Fraud in CDC’s HPV Vaccine Effectiveness Study
The Baltimore Sun: Maryland, U.S. cancer centers endorse new HPV vaccine recommendations
Medscape: HPV Vaccination Controversy in Japan, Rates Plummet to 1%

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