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Posted June 10, 2013: by Bill Sardi
The disclosure by a popular Hollywood actor that his throat cancer was likely caused by transmission of the human papilloma virus (HPV) during oral sex has led to a resurgent call for sexually active young people to be vaccinated against HPV. HPV also leads to cervical cancer in females. Only a small percentage of young women have undergone vaccination against HPV. Led by vaccine companies, an effort for States to coerce or mandate students in schools via legislation to be vaccinated against HPV is evidence of fascism in modern medicine.
What goes unsaid is that the vaccine only protects against two virulent strains of HPV while there are over 30 viral strains transmitted during sexual contact. Vaccines are ineffective on that score alone.
Furthermore, HPV infection often spontaneously regresses over time in many newly infected individuals. Recent studies reveal that prevention of cervical cancer “can be achieved by modification of the host’s immune system” via nutrients.
In particular, low intake and blood levels of folic acid (vitamin B9) and vitamin A are strongly associated with HPV cervical cancer. Women with low vitamin C blood levels are 900% more likely to develop precancerous changes in their cervix due to HPV. Low vitamin B12 levels and vitamin A intake are also associated with HPV infection. Women with low B12 levels are reported to have a 400% increased risk to develop precancerous changes in their cervix. A paper published in 2007 suggested “folate supplementation should be tested as a means of reducing the risk for developing” early precancerous changes in the cervix. But there has been no impetus to promote nutrition, only vaccines.
Smoking increases the risk for HPV infection. Smoking depletes vitamin C.
Vitamin C stabilizes an anti-cancer gene called p53 that controls cervical cancer.
There is greater risk reduction from all strains of HPV via nutrition than there is for vaccination. Dietary supplements are proven to be effective, reducing risk for infection from all viral strains by 76-81%.
Forgotten in the archives of modern medicine is a report showing 10 milligrams (10,000 micrograms) of folic acid used by young women taking birth control pills that deplete folic acid has been demonstrated to successfully reverse precancerous changes as evidenced by a normal Pap test. This study, published in 1982 said: These studies indicate that either a reversible, localized derangement in folate metabolism may sometimes be misdiagnosed as cervical dysplasia…. that may be arrested or in some cases reversed by oral folic acid supplementation.”
In a remarkable study, 100 healthy student volunteers age 20-31 years who were nonsmokers and consumed nutritionally-rich foods and supplements and consumed low amounts of alcohol and had limited sexual contacts (monogamy) were found to be completely free of any HPV mouth lesions. The news media gives no attention to studies like these. Prevention and good health and nutrition practices out-perform the best vaccines.
© 2013 Bill Sardi, Knowledge of Health, Inc.