In January 2016, a paper was published in the journal Vaccine that reported on an experiment in which young female mice were administered either either, “Gardasil, Gardasil+pertussis toxin (Pt), Al hydroxide, or, vehicle control in amounts equivalent to human exposure.”
The paper is titled “Behavioral abnormalities in young female mice following administration of aluminum adjuvants and the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil’.
Perhaps predictable, given the large numbers of reports of adverse reactions from people who been vaccinated with Gardasil and the other HPV vaccine, Cervarix, the mice who were injected with the vaccines showed signs and symptoms consistent with vaccine-induced damage.
The mice injected with the aluminium adjuvant (aluminium hydroxide, which is used in many vaccines) showed signs of impaired short-term memory.)
The concluding sentences of the abstract read:
“Moreover, anti-HPV antibodies from the sera of Gardasil and Gardasil+Pt-injected mice showed cross-reactivity with the mouse brain protein extract. Immunohistochemistry analysis revealed microglial activation in the CA1 area of the hippocampus of Gardasil-injected mice compared to the control. It appears that Gardasil via its Al adjuvant and HPV antigens has the ability to trigger neuroinflammation and autoimmune reactions, further leading to behavioral changes.”
The abstract may be read at this link
NB: The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine has featured a number of articles about HPV vaccination, most recently in issue 19, which includes an article about NZ girls who became ill after receiving the HPV vaccine Gardasil. Our online shop, where you can buy printed and PDF copies of our magazine is here.
There are also other articles on HPV vaccine in the Vaccination section of our website which you can access here.
NB: The mouse in the photo is a pet mouse.