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To: Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services

End HPV vaccine approval

According to a recently published, industry-sponsored study conducted on 12,852 young women, HPV vaccination was found to reduce HPV-16 infections a mere 0.6% in vaccinated women versus unvaccinated women. At the same time, other high-risk (carcinogenic) HPV infections were diagnosed in vaccinated women 2.6% to 6.2% more frequently than in the unvaccinated women. The increased rate of infections caused by carcinogenic HPV types other than those targeted by Gardasil® in vaccinated women is 4 to 10 times higher than the reduction in HPV 16/18 infections.[1]

These statistics are not exactly encouraging when it comes to demonstrating efficacy for Gardasil®. In fact, quite the opposite – these figures seem to indicate that women who receive Gardasil® may indeed increase their risk of developing cervical cancer from high-risk HPV types that are not targeted by the vaccine.

Medical consumers cannot afford to take the chance of increasing their risk of contracting a disease that has been virtually eradicated by good gynecological care in the United States (cervical cancer) by taking a series of HPV vaccines and hoping they will find out decades later the vaccine worked. It is certainly not a risk children should have to take.

Armed with the knowledge that any drug approved under the FDA’s accelerated approval process using a surrogate endpoint, such as Gardasil®, requires post-marketing studies “to verify and describe the drugs clinical benefit and to resolve remaining uncertainty as to the relation of the surrogate endpoint upon which approval was based to clinical benefit…[2],” the SaneVax Team felt compelled to appealed to you, Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, as you are in charge of FDA/CDC oversight.

On 31 January 2012, SaneVax Inc. sent an open letter to you[3] asking you to rescind approval for Gardasil® based on the lack of efficacy demonstrated in the ATHENA study referenced above.

If the Department of Health and Human Services is truly interested in public health and safety, you will do the right thing and rescind Gardasil® approval until the manufacturer can provide scientifically sound data proving this new drug is actually effective.

In the meantime, medical consumers around the globe have a choice. And demand scientific proof of efficacy before submitting to HPV vaccination.


1. (see table 3, The ATHENA human papillomavirus study: design, methods, and baseline results.)
2. ... (57 FR 58942)
3. Copy of letter to Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services at ...

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Why is this important?

Rescind approval of Gardasil® due to lack of efficacy during post-licensure monitoring


Reasons for signing

  • It is unnecessary and perhaps dangerous and encourages wrong actions by young people.
  • Medical Freedom.
  • No child should be forced to have a vaccine that is not contagious in school. Plus the fact that it has cause injury and death to so many kids ages 9 and older.


2020-02-28 02:33:14 -0500

5,000 signatures reached

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