Although people's interest in investigating about vaccines is generally increasing, it may often be difficult to gain access to sufficient information in order to be able to make an informed choice.

Many parents feel that they do not receive satisfactory answers to their questions. Some are disappointed to learn that the doctor has not even studied the information in the package inserts.

Vaccine manufacturers and other promoters including health authorities and doctors often seem to have little knowledge about the products which they advise and it may be insufficient for them to be able to weigh safety factors against the risks.

Gardasil's manufacturer Merck certainly does not have sufficient knowledge regarding their product.


- Whether Gardasil prevents cancer.
- How long and if the vaccine is effective in preventing infection.
- Relevance of possible booster doses.
- Whether the vaccine targets the relevant virus strains in different countries/regions/races.
- Whether these strains will change in time.
- What the long term serious side effects will be.
- What are the adverse events due to concomitant administration with other vaccines.
- The true number of serious adverse events, as reports in for example VAERS are known to represent only a fraction of the real numbers.
- What the results of clinical trials would be if they had not used their exclusion criteria, but instead a cross section average of groups most likely to be vaccinated.
- Whether there is an increased risk of blood clots when combined with hormonal contraceptive pills.
- Whether there is an increased risk of brain damage due to the presence of polysorbate which facilitates passage of toxic aluminium and other substances through the blood-brain barrier into the brain.
- The consequences regarding hormonal changes in connection with eg puberty and menstrual cycles.
- Health consequences due to the presence of l-histidine and toxic sodium borate.
- The consequences if and when the vaccine is not agitated thoroughly prior to administration.
- Whether there is increased risk of cancer as the vaccine has not been tested for carcinogenicity.
- Whether there is increased risk of cancer due to replacement of some virus strains with new strains which may be more carcinogenic.
- Whether there is increased risk of cancer due to the unexpected discovery of gene manipulated HPV DNA.
- The extent of increased risk of autoimmune diseases due to the vaccine ingredients and especially the recombinant/gene manipulated HPV DNA.
- Consequences due to the HPV DNA being aluminium bound.
- Whether the vaccine will increase the risk of sterility due for example to polysorbate.
- Whether the vaccine will increase the risk of babies being born with anomalies.
- Whether Gardasil is excreted in human milk.
- What is the potential to cause genotoxicity.

Nor does Merck or other vaccine promoters know the complete list of ingredients:
Unexpected discoveries are made, not necessarily by the manufacturer as there is no incentive for them to search for substances which might be detrimental to health. Discoveries have been made long after vaccines have been marketed. Examples are the SV40 (suspected of causing cancer) in polio vaccines, pig DNA in retrovirus vaccine and the recent discovery of aluminium bound recombinant HPV DNA Gardasil, the consequences of which are unknown and may be horrific.

If Merck had known that aluminium bound recombinant DNA was present in the vaccine, this should have been specified in the list of ingredients in the package insert. It was not listed, this being yet one more illustration that they do not know which substances the vaccine actually contains.

The list is of what Gardasil promoters do not know about the vaccine is long and is certainly not complete.

The conclusion is that they know very little.