Former Pfizer Vice President Blows the Whistle: “The Vaccine is Deadly”


In 2014, the most recent available statistics for cervical cancer are as follows (according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC):

12,578 women in the United States were diagnosed with cervical cancer
4,115 women in the United States died from cervical cancer

While the numbers don’t seem that shocking to people in the clinical field who are used to seeing some in the hundreds of thousands being affected by a particular disease or disorder, these numbers are nevertheless unsettling.

Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Merck pharmaceutical corporation had tackled the cervical cancer issue by developing a vaccine against a virus that was seen as the main culprit behind this aggressive disease.  The drug was called Gardasil and was used as a “guard” against the virus.  Merck pushed the medication and its clinical tests (in-house) were found to be “very encouraging.”  Soon after, with Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approval, the vaccine was ready for public use on a wide scale.

There was only one looming issue.  The drug was a fraud.

Dr. Peter Rost, who spent several years as the vice president of Pfizer, ended up departing the industry over ethical differences and has since been a proponent of holding big pharmaceutical companies like Merck accountable for their actions.  He has recently blown the whistle on this industry and, in particular, the use of the Gardasil vaccine.

The former vice president of Pfizer, Dr. Peter Rost, can be seen in the video clip below, discussing what many of us have been saying for years: the Gardasil vaccine is dangerous and Big Pharma just wants to keep people unhealthy. The clip below, taken from the yet to be released “One More Girl” documentary – features Dr. Rost revealing how vaccines and Big Pharma drugs are designed to keep people in a state of dis-ease.

Continuing reading on the next page where CBS News exposes the truth about the vaccine’s effects on women who were promised safety and cures!

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