Recently, Truthstream Media on YouTube reported on an article in which the medical community openly admits that there is no money in seeking cures for common and dreaded diseases. We’ve written a great deal on the many scams and deceptions that work to keep people sick and financially enslaved to a medical tyranny that places health second to profit. Unfortunately the story I have to tell you today, isn’t going to dispel that idea, in fact, it will reinforce it.
Despite the fact that the mainstream media refuses to tell you about the medical communities suppression efforts, there have been a number of medical breakthroughs recently that haven’t been buried yet. There’s the Israeli team who may have a cure for cancer soon, and the Mexican researcher who has developed a cure for the Human Papillomavirus (HPV).
HPV causes cervical cancer and other reproductive harm in women and girls. Increasingly, the medical community has been pushing vaccinations for HPV with growing aggressiveness. They have even begun to insist that boys should take it as well.
The HPV vaccine has been linked to many instances of injury, illness, and death. It has been banned in a number of developed countries, most notably Japan. In 2013, Japan stopped recommending Gardasil for girls. They blocked shipments of the drug into their country and soon after moved to ban all HPV vaccines.
In light of the fact that there have been so many serious problems with HPV vaccines, you would think that the medical community would be excited about a cure. And that’s exactly what the National School of Biological Sciences (ENCB) of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) has provided.
The treatment has been proven to cure the disease and eliminate the infection with an 85% success rate. That’s impressive. In mainstream medicine, generally, 60% to 80% rates of success for heavily promoted treatments are considered to be very good.
In the majority of cases, HPV has no symptoms and is purged by the body naturally. In a few cases, the virus causes cancer. And of course, because it affects women and girls primarily, it is easy to politicize treatments for the disease. If you’re against Gardasil- they say- you don’t care about the health of women and girls.
For over two decades, HPV has been the subject of intense international study. Now, the new treatment- given to us by the Mexican scientist Eva Ramón Gallegos- is poised to add HPV to the list of cured diseases. The ENCB declared on World Cancer Day 2019 that a cure had been found. In their announcement, they said that the new treatment not only eliminates the infection, but it also removed premalignant lesions.
The treatment is a photodynamic therapy which uses a drug known as aminolevulinic delta acid. This is applied to the cervix. Within 4 hours, the aminolevulinic delta acid changes into protoporphyrin IX, which is then gathered into the affected cells and emits a light which destroys the HPV.
The procedure was found to be 100% effective in 80% of test patients who tested positive for the virus but had no premalignant lesions. Patients who had the infection but no lesions also enjoyed a success rate of 85%. Patients with lesions, but who did not test positive for HPV had a 42% success rate. The researchers say that the procedure is completely safe and has no undesirable side effects.
The success rate of Gardasil is only 64% in women ages 14 to 19. That’s a pretty pale comparison. So, here’s what we want to know- how long will it be before the mainstream media begins to report on this powerful new treatment?
The IPN first made the announcement on the 3rd of February 2019. The announcement was made to the world on Twitter. So why has the mainstream media not jumped at the opportunity to break this story? Why are they ignoring this non-vaccine breakthrough?
Is it because it would make the vaccination obsolete? Is it because vaccine manufacturers give millions of dollars to mainstream media news outlets every year to promote their drugs?
In 2018, Dr. Jacob Puliyel, the Head of Pediatrics, St Stephen’s Hospital, Delhi, a member of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization wrote, “There is currently no scientific study that shows the [HPV] vaccine reduces cervical cancer in the women who are vaccinated. The efficacy of the vaccine against cancer is unknown. We have a vaccine program we don’t know will work to reduce cancer, that was poorly tested to ignore symptoms of CFS and which siphons off money that could be used in programs that could save many more lives.”