Cervarix Vaccine Comes to Russia: Human Papillomavirus Beware!

What is Cervarix and what does it protect against?



According to news sources, Cervarix is a vaccine that has undergone many clinical trials all over the world and has been found to be effective and safe in helping women from over 70 countries to prevent cervical cancer since last year. Manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, studies have shown that women who receive Cervarix between the ages of 15 and 25 have protection against the two strains of HPV (types 16 and 18) for 4.5 years. Cervarix is also formulated with AS04, which boosts the immune system response for a longer period of time to HPV strains.

How effective is Cervarix?

According to its creators, Cervarix is "generally safe and well tolerated" with few if any side effects. The vaccine contains no live virus and no DNA and therefore it cannot infect the patient. All of the women involved in the clinical trials were between the ages of 15-55, and they all developed antibodies to HPV within seven months of receiving the vaccine. The results indicate that the vaccine is most effective in women over the age of 26.

What is HPV and how is it transmitted?

Human Papillomavirus, more commonly known as HPV, is a viral infection for which there is no cure that spreads via sexual contact. It consists of a group of over 100 different viruses, with at least 30 strains known to cause different types of cancer. If infected, symptoms may take weeks and even months to appear, and sometimes, may never show their lethal faces.

When will Cervarix appear in Russia?

Already, Cervarix is used in the United Kingdom for its national vaccination program for teenage girls, and regulatory approval has occurred in Australia, the Philippines, the European Union and the United States. The vaccine will appear in Russian pharmacies in October of 2008.
Aug 25, 2008
by Anonymous

Cervarix Vaccine

It looks like the US isn't the only country owned by Big Pharma. Wonder what percentage of sheeple are in each country.

Aug 26, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
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That's a good question! I

That's a good question!

I don't know the answer.

Thanks for your comment.

I appreciate it.


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M Dee Dubroff

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Dec 18, 2008
by Anonymous

This is Only One Of Hundreds of Reports Coming in from the U.S.

My daughter and I moved to Colorado in March of this year. Ashley, my daughter, had her vaccine in Iowa. We are going back for Christmas and I plan on meeting with the doctor who gave her the vaccine. I am getting her charted records for the lot numbers of her vaccine so we can report it.

I am in the process of making appointments with several doctors in alternative medicine to research the best treatment to seek out for her. I always ask if they have seen or heard of anyone in Colorado with my daughter's same issues. And I have yet to find anyone.

Sincerely, Lisa

(i am copying and pasting our story and side effects)

Ashley’s Story 12/17/2008
My daughter received the Gardasil Vaccine in 08/07 and 10/07 along with the vaccine for meningitis.

Since then, my healthy teenage daughter became a chronically ill young woman. In the last year I have called 911 more times than I can count. She has been hospitalized three time within a year. We have seen many doctors and specialist who have done many tests multiple times all to be within normal limits. Ashley experiences life threatening episodes of seizure like activity, difficulty breathing, major back spasms, paralysis, dehydration, memory loss and tremors, she becomes unresponsive. And daily illnesses of nausea, exhaustion, vomiting, pain, and hair loss. I have provided CPR and life saving skills on a regular basis.

Ashley has missed a semester of school and now only attends 1-2 days a week. She has no energy to have a normal teen life and keep up with her friends. She can sleep up to 15 hours a day. After an episode she will sleep up to three days. Ashley has always been involved in extra curricular school activities and has always received top grades.

It has been only three weeks since we discovered she was having a vaccine injury. For the last year I have been researching her symptoms and it was Ashley who asked me about the vaccines. I was shocked as I research and read stories of other young women having the same experiences as Ashley. Having a chronically ill child for over a year and not know why has been unreal. Now that I know why this is happening to her and all the research I have done up until now, I feel even more perplexed. We have no answers or treatment. Our primary doctor, who has been kind and logical, and has spent the time researching Ashley’s four inch high medical records, admits this is out of his area of expertise. He has no idea who to refer us to. We are treating her symptoms with oxycodone (for pain) and promethazine (for nausea and vomiting). It is unacceptable to have my 16 year old daughter on a strong addictive drug. However, it is somewhat helping her cope with her symptoms.

I have learned some parents are seeking treatment from Alternative doctors for their daughters. I have made multiple appointments with different alternative medical doctors with the hope that we find one who will take the time to educate us and provide treatment that seems safe and logical. My first question I have will be, “How can we detox the body of a vaccine that was made to protect her for life?” Regular or primary doctors have warned me to be careful with alternative medicine due to that could cause more damage to her body. At the same time they do not know what to do for her either.

Ashley came into my life when I was 20. We grew up along side each other. I am a single mother and have dedicated my life to provide a safe, fun, loving environment for my daughter. She has been a gift in my life. I describe her as having an old soul. People of all ages, race, disabled, even animals connect with her. She has always attracted attention from everyone even complete strangers. Ashley will immediately help anyone in need. From holding open a door to standing up for a child being picked on. People in our community always tell me what a great job I have done raising her. The truth is, she was born with this kindness. And because of who she is, the people, community, schools, and family have always been very supportive to us. I have never felt I raised my child alone.

I am so proud of who she is.

Now she is ill. Her life is dealing with daily symptoms and hoping for a day without a life threatening episode. Going to school and trying to stay caught up with her school work. Again, because of who she is, her teachers, counselors, school nurse and administrators are supporting her and becoming personally involved with her success in her education. They have gone above and beyond what I can ask for. Even taking the responsibility to provide the skills necessary to keep her stable when she has an episode at school before 911 arrives.

Ashley and I have had conversations in the event if she may die. I can only promise her that I will do everything in my power for this not to happen. And we need to focus on healing. I never thought in a million years a vaccine would do this much damage to my beautiful girl.

I stay strong for my daughter. I also cry with her too. I keep faith in knowing God doesn’t put more on our shoulders than we can handle. As a mother, I also feel the responsibility to get Ashley’s story out there so we can help other families.

I have always taken pride in how I handle finances. I have never made income above the poverty level and I do have poor credit only do to life circumstances. We have never lived out of our means. I have always provided the basic needs and stayed off government help.

For my daughters health, I will swallow my pride and ask for help. She deserves to have the best medical treatment so we can heal her.
Please help us. Thank you for taking the time and allowing me to share our story. Please help us.

Arvada, Colorado 80003

Ashley Ryburn
DOB 03/27/1992
Received Gardasil vaccine and Mennigitis vaccine 08/07 and 10/07
Side effects
Seizure like episode
Back Spasms (lower in between hips)
Leg pain
Hair loss
Difficulty breathing
Brain fog
Difficulty concentrating and speaking
Painful menstrual periods
Periods off cycle
Upper abdominal pain
Numbness and tingling in arms, hands and fingers.
Loss of appetite
Oxygen deprived
Memory loss

Jan 9, 2009
by M Dee Dubroff
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I am so so sorry to hear about your daughter.

Please keep me posted on her progress. 




Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff

Russian Innovations

Jan 25, 2009
by Anonymous

google search my daughter

ashleigh cave hpv vaccine
our world has been turned upside down

Feb 12, 2009
by M Dee Dubroff
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  How can I help you?


How can I help you?

Thank you fro your comment.


Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff

Russian Innovations