Friday, September 16, 2011

Sexual Immorality Causes Cancer: HPV Epidemic

As the liberal media highlighted the heated presidential candidate debate concerning mandatory HPV vaccinations for pre-teens, they inadvertently damaged their own sexualization agenda, and so they've retrenched and are now reporting the cancer-causing effects of HPV infection -- insisting that all girls and boys be vaccinated ASAP. What the media refuse to acknowledge is that abstinence is 100% effective in stopping this sexually transmitted virus.

The problem is rooted in a culture that demands acceptance of sexual immorality.

For background, read Oral Sex no Longer 'Safe' and also read Study Shows Oral Sex Causes Cancer as well as Oral Sex is 'Entry Drug' to Everything-sex

UPDATE 1/22/16: Oral Sex Causes Head & Neck Cancer, HPV Study Shows

UPDATE 6/2/13: Actor Michael Douglas says oral sex caused his cancer

UPDATE 10/3/11: Over 10,000 cancer cases each year possibly caused by oral sex

-- From "Docs: Oral Cancer Rise Among Men Caused By HPV Virus" reported by WCVB-TV5 Boston 9/13/11

. . . an increasing number of men in their 30s and 40s [where] cancer was invading the lymph nodes in his neck.

Dr. Robert Haddad at the Dana Farber Cancer Center said he considers the rise in cases among men an epidemic.

"Fifteen years ago, almost every patient we saw with head and neck cancer was a smoker or drinker. Right now, in 2011, 20 percent of patients are smokers and drinkers and the other 80 percent get this cancer because of HPV infection," Haddad said.

The Centers for Disease Control estimates that 24 million people in the U.S. are infected with HPV at any given time. It's spread sexually, although some doctors believe it could ultimately become known as a kissing disease.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "No apologies: Bachmann defends HPV remarks" by Sarah Huisenga, CBS News 9/15/11

Michele Bachmann is on the defensive about comments she made earlier this week suggesting that a vaccine against a virus linked to cervical cancer poses a danger to young girls.

During the Republican debate Bachmann attacked her rival Rick Perry for mandating vaccinations against the human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) for Texas school girls - a decision that the Texas legislature later overruled.

"To have innocent little 12-year-old girls be forced to have a government injection through an executive order is just flat out wrong," she said during the debate.

Scientists have accused her of promulgating a flat Earth theory of medicine. At an appearance in Virginia on Wednesday, Perry told reporters that Bachmann's assertions had "no basis in fact."

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "HPV vaccine is essential" by The Star-Ledger Editorial Board 9/16/11

Yet none of [the media fury] changes a central fact: It’s essential that we vaccinate against HPV, which infects as much as half our population. More virulent strains are linked to cervical cancer, a killer of more than 4,000 women each year. The virus also causes genital warts, anal, throat and penile cancers in men.

It’s so easily spread that condoms don’t offer complete protection. Teaching abstinence before marriage doesn’t, either, unless you can guarantee your child’s future spouse has never had sexual contact with another person.

So why is it the vaccine that’s stirring up alarm? Because of mouthpieces of mythology such as Michele Bachmann, who suggested it causes mental retardation, despite a total lack of evidence. And religious conservatives who believe it will somehow turn innocent girls into strumpets.

In fact, we should be mandating this vaccine for all young girls — and boys, once their version is vetted.

To read the entire editorial above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Abstinence Education Effective, Fed Study Shows