After slumping sales of their blockbuster HPV vaccine, Gardasil, during the COVID-19 plandemic, sales are now rebounding again, and Merck has now started a new ad campaign targeting 9-year-old children to increase sales of their deadly vaccine that has killed and injured so many young people over the years.
One of the most devastating side effects of the Gardasil vaccine is premature menopause in young girls, making them infertile and unable to have children.
Since Gardasil was approved by the FDA, there have been 70,854 cases filed in VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) resulting in 605 deaths, and 3,411 permanent disabilities.
This probably represents about 1% of the actual cases. Almost 50% of those cases (33,997 cases) were reported in children under the age of 17, in the 6-17 years old age group.
When we break it down even further, it is easy to see why Merck is targeting 9-year-olds, the youngest age the vaccine is approved for, as 33,594 of the 33,997 cases for this age group are between the ages of 10 and 17.
So this is purely a marketing strategy to grow their market by targeting the least vaccinated, the 9-year-olds, for a virus that is only transmitted among those sexually active.
Prior to COVID-19 being forced upon the world to justify the COVID-19 vaccines, many doctors stated that Gardasil was the greatest medical scandal of all time, and there is no evidence whatsoever that a vaccine that targets an alleged "virus" can stop cancer.
This negative information about Gardasil has been known for years, but the official position of the corporate-run media and Big Pharma is that this is “fake news,” and all the doctors, and all the scientists who have spoken out against this vaccine have been censored by them, or they have been labeled “quacks” if their voices became too popular to suppress.
For the new class of superstar medical doctors who are pro-vaccine but oppose the COVID-19 killer shots, I wonder what their stance is on Gardasil, which has been destroying the lives of our young people in the U.S. for over a decade now.