Gardasil Cervarix Leslie Carol Botha
Leslie Carol Botha exposes HPV vaccines' fraudulent claims
Gardasil, Silgard and Cervarix may turn out to be the biggest medical hoax of the century should the information revealed on a recent KRFC radio broadcast be proven true. If indeed, the information presented during last Monday evening's broadcast is accurate, HPV vaccines are nothing more than a worldwide exercise in profiteering.
Leslie Carol Botha regularly hosts a radio show based out of Fort Collins, Colorado called, "Holy Hormones, Honey -- the Greatest Story Never Told." She has been a health educator and broadcast journalist for 30 years.
On August 2, her guests were prominent cancer pathologist, Dr. Sin Hang Lee, and Norma Erickson, Vaccines Examiner for Examiner.com.
Ms. Botha has spent a great deal of time over the last few years investigating HPV vaccines and their effect on young women and children around the world. Even so, the information presented during this show shocked her beyond belief.
Leslie started her broadcast with a brief recap of facts that have already come to light during the ongoing HPV vaccine controversy. They are as follows:
Following the recap, Norma Erickson explained the circumstances surrounding her original contact with Dr. Lee, including a couple of statements from his original 2007 petition to the FDA for reclassification of his HPV test kit that brought the value of HPV vaccinations into question. These statements were:
Norma also stated that during one of her initial conversations with Dr. Lee, that he had disclosed the fact that the original studies to determine HPV type prevalence had been done with self-collected specimens by women in Costa Rica, a country with one of the highest cervical cancer rates in the world. These were the statistics used to market HPV vaccines to an American population where women have a 14 times greater chance of dying of digestive cancer than they do of cervical cancer.
Enter, Dr. Sin Hang Lee, prominent cancer pathologist and HPV testing expert. Dr. Lee and his associates actually developed one of the most sensitive HPV test kit available. This test kit, which could be used in nearly any medical facility around the world can not only identify if HPV is present, it will accurately determine which of the 100+ strains of HPV are exhibited.
Because of a 20 year old error in FDA classification, this test cannot be currently marketed as the virology test it is. In order to market this test kit, the inventors must perform clinical trials, at a cost of hundreds of thousands of dollars, to prove it can accurately detect cancer -- something it was not developed for, nor is it intended to do.
Following is a brief summary of the critical information Dr. Lee wants women the world over to know and understand:
So why do HPV vaccine manufacturers, the CDC, and the National Cancer Institute tell physicians not to screen for HPV exposure prior to vaccination? Unfortunately for young women and children around the world, the answer appears to be abundantly clear.
Dr. Sin Hang Lee on women's healthcare (PR photo)