Why You Should Care About HPV?

Thursday, May 7th, 2020
According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 13,800 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2020, and approximately 4,300 women will die from the disease.

The Prevalence of HPV as a Cause of Cancer

We know that human papillomavirus (HPV) causes a full 90% of cervical cancers. In addition, 95% of anal cancers, 65% of vaginal cancers, 60% of oropharyngeal cancers, 50% of vulvar cancers, and 35% of penile cancers have links to HPV.

Our Weakened Immune System

The toxic environment weakens our immune system. This means that 90% of sexually active adults will contract HPV at some time. The virus has over 150 various strains, and 16 to 18 of those strains will likely result in cancer. Keeping your immune system at peak performance is crucial to clearing the viral infection.

According to the Center for Disease Control, “Studies have shown that more than 90 percent of new HPV infections, including those with high-risk types, clear or become undetectable within two years, and clearance usually occurs in the first six months after infection.”

If such a high percentage of cases clear on their own, what should you do? Testing positive for HPV is common. Yet, it can cause considerable alarm.

The Cons of the Gardasil Vaccine

What’s the answer? Should you try herbs? Vaccination? Each individual must make his or her own choice.

My professional opinion is that we do not need additional vaccines to address common diseases. We should work on our nutrition, lifestyle, stress, and immunity. We need to naturally get to the cause of WHY we are susceptible to certain diseases. HPV was not so prevalent 50 years ago. Merck, the pharmaceutical giant, and creator of the HPV vaccination has admitted to the deaths of 117 patients being related to the vaccination.

117 Deaths After a Vaccine Meant to Protect

Because the pharmaceutical industry and doctors push so much for Gardasil, I will highlight below the cons of the vaccination.

According to a study published in the Translational Andrology and Urology journal in 2014:

  • “More than 67 million doses were administered nationally since the HPV vaccine was licensed in June 2006 until March 2014. There were 25,176 reports to VAERS of adverse events.
  • About 92.4% of the adverse events were not serious. Adverse events are considered serious if it is life-threatening or results in death, permanent disability, abnormal conditions at birth, hospitalization, or prolonged administration.
  • The most common events reported (for both male and female patients) were:
    • Syncope (or fainting)-common after needle injections, especially in pre-teens and teens
    • Local reactions at the site of immunization (pain and redness)
    • Dizziness
    • Nausea
    • Headache
  • In the first report, there were 12,424 reports of adverse events 772 (6% of all reports) described serious adverse events including 32 reports of death. The most recent report from June 2006-June 2013 reported 85 deaths after the vaccine. Upon further screening of the reported deaths, there were no common patterns to the deaths that would suggest that they were caused by the vaccine. Some of the deaths were attributable to diabetes, viral illness, illicit drug use, and heart failure.
  • There were two reports of an unusual neurological illness that were variants of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) that resulted in the deaths of two young females. This finding is being evaluated by several highly regarded academic centers.
  • There was increased reporting of syncope and pulmonary emboli compared to other vaccines given to females of the same age. Of the people who had blood clots, 90% had a known risk factor for blood clots, such as taking oral contraceptives. The VAERS reports cannot prove the vaccine caused the adverse event in women with these risk factors.”

If you have been diagnosed with HPV, you have options beyond the vaccination to avoid a pre-cancerous state. Many physicians will advise you to wait and watch. However, you can be far more proactive in the meantime.

Alternatives to the HPV Vaccination

Two clinical studies show that the AHCC mushroom extract can clear infections in women with recurrent HPV. Conducted at the McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas, researchers in the study gave AHCC mushroom extract to women in two different doses: 1 gram and 3 grams.

The objective was to determine how effective AHCC is at eradicating HPV in addition to estimating the necessary duration to achieve the objective.

The first pilot study had 10 women with persistent high-risk HPV infections. They took 3 grams of AHCC once a day from five weeks to six months. Half of the women who followed the protocol for four months showed complete eradication of HPV. They remained infection-free when tested two months after finishing the protocol.

The second study also had 10 women with persistent high-risk HPV infections. They took 1 gram of AHCC for up to eight months. Four of nine patients experienced eradication of the HPV infection by the end of the study period.

The studies concluded that AHCC mushroom is successful at boosting immunity enough to eradicate high-risk resistant strains of HPV.

How Does AHCC Work?

Active Hexose Correlated Compound (AHCC) is an alpha-glucan rich nutritional supplement produced from the mycelia of shiitake (Lentinula edodes) of the basidiomycete family of mushrooms.

At least 20 human trials have studied its effects, and AHCC is well known for its immune-modulating properties. Clinical research shows that AHCC increases the number and activity of natural killer (NK) cells, dendritic cells, and specific cytokines that help the body fight off infections and block the growth of abnormal cells, including cancerous cells.

The compound’s mode of action has been shown to be the stimulation of TLR-2 and TLR-4 receptors in the gut, where 80% of our immune cells are. It also feeds the good colonies of bacteria in the gut and therefore functions as a prebiotic. It is most effective when combined with lifestyle modifications such as safe sex, an organic diet, quitting smoking, exercising, and immunity-increasing supplements like vitamin C, probiotics, zinc, B vitamins, vitamin D, Chaga mushroom, echinacea, and cat’s claw.

 

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REFERENCES:

  1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4708146/
  2. http://naprecis.com/2018/01/12/health-news-two-pilot-clinical-studies-show-promising-results-ahcc-mushroom-extract-may-eradicate-recurrent-hpv-infections-women/
  3. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/surv-manual/chpt05-hpv.html

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