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Two sisters claim that the HPV vaccination has caused their ovaries to stop producing eggs. They're experiencing early onset menopausal symptoms & tests for genetic causes have came back negative. Outside of the vaccination what are the odds that 2 sisters are experiencing the same medical issues with no genetic cause?
2 Sisters Suing Makers of the HPV Vaccine
reply to post by AmberLeaf
I've researched the government reducing population stuff pretty much. It is real, treaties to reduce populations of many countries were signed a while back. Birth control is not reducing the population fast enough to meet the quota from what I have read. It is not genocide, there is no discrimination involved. There is no genetic targeting. It is perfectly legal everywhere for governments to reduce their populations if the reason is acceptable.
This is another one of those vaccines you shouldn't need to have if you are a human being capable of self-control. Now maybe if you eventually marry someone who has them, you might want it, but if you aren't engaging in sex with multiple partners you shouldn't catch it.
So why is it even necessary for a controlled individual?
I'm not anti-vaccine, but people are too ready to vaccinate for everything these days, even things that you shouldn't need to be vaccinated against.
reply to post by ketsuko
It's a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer. How is self control going to help?
reply to post by jheated5
Wrong. It's,a vaccine for cervical cancer.www.gardasil.com... Yes it is caused by a virus and you do know that you can get an STD,the first time you have sex right? It does,not depend on having multiple partners.edit on 8-11-2013 by AutumnWitch657 because: (no reason given)