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Clin Transl Med. 2016 Dec;5(1):46. Epub 2016 Dec 5.

Safety concerns and hidden agenda behind HPV vaccines: another generation of drug-dependent society?

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NCI/NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA.


Analyses of data and hidden agenda behind repeated failed outcomes of cancer research and therapy, status of American health, safety concerns for HPV vaccines and future research considerations are summarized in this commentary. A closer look at cancer science reveals that highly power structure (system) in medical establishment vs. anti-system and chaos in cancer research ('medical/scientific ponzi schemes') is potent recipe for failed therapeutics that kills patients but generates huge corporate profit. American health status ranks last among other developed nations despite the highest amount that USA invests in healthcare. This is a wake-up call to make sure that the evil part of human being does not prevent the health services that the public deserves. Otherwise, 'it does not matter how many resources you have, if you don't know, or don't want to know, how to use them, they will never be enough'. Answer to cancer and improved public health is possible only by switching the current corruptive and abusive culture of 'who you know' to a culture of 'what you know'. Policy makers and professionals in decision making roles are urged to return to common sense and logics that our Forefathers used to serve the public.


American health status; Autophagy; Baby Boomer generation; Big pharma; Bioenergetics; Cancer molecular tsunami; Cancer/medical establishment; Common sense; Fraud in cancer research; GMOs; Government Welfare Program; Gut-microbiota hazard/benefit ratio; HPV vaccines; Humanity; Immunity; Mitophagy; Molecular false flags; National Cancer Institute (NCI); Obamacare insurance; Precision or Personalized medicine; Targeted therapy; The National Institutes of Health (NIH); VP Biden Moonshot Initiative; Yin-Yang of inflammation; ‘Medical/scientific ponzi schemes’

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