Although Gardasil is considered one of the most dangerous vaccines on the market, trials for Gardasil are being conducted on infants. Merck & Co is trying to sell infants Gardasil.

This video deeply examines Gardasil, and includes testimony from experts and victims.

Gardasil is an HPV vaccine approved by the FDA on June 8, 2006, produced by Merck & Co out of research done on "virus-like particles" at the University of Queensland, Australia.

HPV is a relatively new concern as an STD, discovered in 1956 but brought to the public's attention in 1984 when a researcher attributed cervical cancer to HPV.

The 80's saw a rise of concern with HPV's alleged link to cervical cancer. However, little evidence of this link actually exists, and it is a major point of debate.

Some viruses do in fact cause cancer, such as the SV40 "cancer virus" that contaminated Salk's polio vaccines in the 1950's.

The link between cervical cancer and HPV remains obfuscated. Further, evidence suggests Gardasil might cause cervical cancer, and has caused a wide variety of injuries in young girls from cervical cysts, to crippling conditions such as autoimmune disorders and chronic fatigue.

Some have died immediately after receiving the vaccine.

Gardasil is responsible for thousands of cases of severe vaccine injury and even death. Considered one of the most dangerous vaccines, some make the case that it is the vaccine with the highest rate of injury.

Although mainstream science and media cite studies claiming Gardasil is safe, thousands of stories of injury and death say otherwise.

Dr. Dianne Harper, a leading HPV researcher involved in the approval of Gardasil came clean and warned:
"Gardasil has been associated with at least as many serious adverse events as there are deaths from cervical cancer developing each year."
Dozens, perhaps hundreds of videos from victims and their families can be found online.