In this video, Dr. Ardis talks about cervical diseases, including dysplasia and cancer, and why it's crucial to educate both males and females about the HPV vaccine. Dr. Ardis also promotes his own immune system products as a way to prevent and cure cervical cancer.
Dr. Ardis goes on to criticize the HPV vaccine, suggesting that it can actually give you HPV and claiming it doesn't work in preventing cancer. He also explains the cervix and its role in pregnancy, emphasizing the importance of Cervical Health Awareness Month.
The video touches on the World Health Organization's plan to eliminate cervical cancer through vaccination and screening, with a focus on the limited prevention options beyond vaccination and screening.
Moving on, there's a discussion about the safety and effectiveness of the HPV vaccine. A mother warns about age restrictions and potential fertility issues in young women.
Dr. Ardis provides more information about the cervix, its function, and disorders like cervicitis and cervical cancer. He highlights that HPV infection is the primary cause of cervical cancer, according to American medical doctors, and mentions the American Cancer Society's statement that most people clear HPV infection on their own without a vaccine. In the U.S., Gardasil 9 is the only available HPV vaccine, but testing before vaccination isn't recommended, and the duration of vaccine protection remains unknown.
Next, Dr. Ardis dives into the topic of HPV vaccine ingredients and neurological risks. He links polysorbate 80 in HPV vaccines to potential cancer risks and even suggests that it can damage the blood-brain barrier, leading to neurological diseases like multiple sclerosis. This disruption of the blood-brain barrier has been associated with various neurological disorders.
Dr. Ardis continues by suggesting that polysorbate 80 in the HPV vaccine may cause multiple sclerosis and raises concerns about its potential dangers, including liver damage. He advises against injecting it into children and expresses concerns about reproductive issues and cancer based on animal studies.
The video goes on to discuss the potential link between emulsifiers like polysorbate 80 and metabolic syndrome, which includes conditions like obesity, high blood pressure, and high blood sugar. Dr. Ardis highlights the significant impact of metabolic syndrome on the population.
He also mentions the potential connection between polysorbate 80 and Crohn's disease, suggesting it can lead to infections in the intestines and increase the risk of various health issues.
Interestingly, Dr. Ardis notes that polysorbate 80 is used in many ice cream brands to achieve a smooth texture and suggests it can contribute to weight gain and metabolic syndrome.
The discussion then shifts to HPV vaccine ingredients and their potential health risks. Dr. Ardis emphasizes the dangers of polysorbate 80, a common emulsifier in various products, linking it to DNA damage and an increased cancer risk based on studies in mice. He warns against HPV vaccines containing aluminum, which he suggests can lead to conditions like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Ardis also highlights the importance of micronutrients in preventing and curing cervical diseases, including cervical dysplasia.
Finally, the video touches on vitamins and minerals for cancer prevention. Dr. Ardis recommends vitamin C for protection against cervical cancer and HPV infection, suggesting up to 5000 milligrams daily. Zinc is also discussed as it has been shown to induce cell death in malignant cells in various cancers.
Dr. Ardis shares a study on zinc's effectiveness in eliminating HPV infection from the cervix, with promising results.
In closing, he emphasizes the potential of vitamin D and quercetin in reducing cervical cancer risk and progression. Dr. Ardis encourages natural solutions for preventing and treating cervical dysplasia and cancer, advocating for a list of vegetables shown to be effective, according to a document from the NIH.