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Merck Sponsored Study Returns Dubious Gardasil Autoimmune Safety Results
A new Merck funded study has concluded that Merck's controversial Gardasil HPV vaccine poses no risk for developing autoimmune conditions. The conclusions come as no surprise to those who have seen other self-serving results from other Merck funded studies, many of which were later proven false or misleading. Ironically, shortly after Merck announced the study results the FDA approved the addition of an autoimmune related disease to the side effects listed for another HPV vaccine.
An article posted on September 3 in
Infectious Disease News
reported that study data was
presented at the 50th Interscience
Conference on Antimicrobial Agents
and Chemotherapy which showed that
Merck's quadrivalent human
papillomavirus vaccine (Gardasil)
did not raise the risk for
developing autoimmune conditions.
The study was sponsored by Merck and
conducted on behalf of the Gardasil
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Tony Isaacs is a member of the National Health Federation and the American Botanical Council. He is a natural health advocate and researcher and the author of books and articles about natural health including "Cancer's Natural Enemy." Mr. Isaacs articles are featured at The Truth About Cancer, the Health Science Institute's Healthiertalk website, CureZone, the Crusador, Health Secrets, the Cancer Tutor, the Silver Bulletin, the New Zealand Journal of Natural Health, and several other venues. In addition, he hosts the Yahoo Oleandersoup Health group of over 3500 members and the CureZone Ask Tony Isaacs - Featuring Luella May forum. He is also the local moderator of the CureZone Cancer Alternatives forum. Tony and his partner Luella May host The Best Years in Life natural health website where their motto is "It's never too late or too early to begin living longer, healthier and happier lives.".