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When It’s Genital Warts Or Cervical Cancer

This is an update for my new book VIRUS BLITZ! It’s so generally interesting, I thought I would send it out to you all for perusal!

Human papilloma virus is a menace to some but not, it seems, to everyone. In fact HPV is not a single virus strain; there are over 100 different version of the virus, which typically affects the skin and genitals! 

According to the UK’s NHS website, “Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the name of a very common group of viruses. They do not cause any problems in most people, but some types can cause genital warts or cancer.”

Most people who are infected with HPV remain symptom free. But sometimes the virus can cause painless growths or lumps around the vagina, penis or anus; so-called genital warts.

Human papillomavirus is easy to catch and may affect the mouth, throat or genital area. Modes of spread include—but are not limited to—any skin-to-skin contact of the genital area; vaginal, anal or oral sex and sharing sex toys

You do not need to have penetrative sex to catch it.

Most people will get some type of HPV in their life but that vast majority will never know, unless tested.1


This is the primary concern, of course. HPV is notoriously associated with cervical cancer in women and is usually a by-product of active and non-sterile sexual relations (no condom or other protection).

Other cancers from HPV may include: anal, penile, vulval and vaginal cancer and even some types of head and neck cancers. 

The threat of cervical and other genital cancers has been the excuse for nearly two decades for administer young, sexually inactive girls and boys with deadly Gardasil vaccine, which has totally unacceptable complications, considering the risk-to-benefit ratio.

Young Noah Foley (13) died after Gardasil and his case is a first against Merck for “wrongful death” [images courtesy of The Defender]

No child should be given Gardasil, either with or without his or her cooperation. Unfortunately, orthodoxy does not take this limiting view and wades in with stats for “protection” as if no-one ever experienced negative side effects, such as brain damage, paralysis and death. Indeed, Big Pharma, as usual, tries to claim there are “no” complications.

Merck obtained approval for Gardasil in 2006 with their usual deceptive research trials, which overstated the benefits and vastly understated the risks and side effects of the vaccine. Merck then aggressively marketed Gardasil utilizing scare tactics, false advertising, and political lobbyists to induce millions of parents to vaccinate their adolescent girls with Gardasil.

There are claims is it a success. But now thousands of girls who received the Gardasil vaccine are experiencing severe lifetime adverse health consequences, and hundreds have died due to vaccine complications. 

Adverse consequences to the vaccine have included:

Guillain–Barré syndrome, Small Fiber Neuropathy, Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP), Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Autoimmune Pancreatitis, Autoimmune Hepatitis, Fibromyalgia, Premature Ovarian Failure and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).

In January 2020, a study from the UK raised significant doubts about whether the Gardasil vaccine actually prevented cervical cancer as claimed by Merck. The study highlights the fact that Gardasil has never been proven unequivocally to prevent cervical cancer (or any other type of cancer).2

Indeed, contrary to Merck’s representations, Gardasil may increase the risk of cervical and other cancers, not prevent them. Several studies (including one from the CDC which has still stood by the vaccine so far) have found that by suppressing certain HPV strains, Gardasil vaccines may promote mutagenetic changes in the virus that can lead to cancer.

As of July 8, 2022, the CDC’s VAERS (vaccine adverse events reporting system) has received over 63,000 reports involving Gardasil vaccine problems, including 438 deaths after an individual received the Merck HPV vaccine. Note that it is generally held that only 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported. That would equate to 630,000 vaccine problems and 4,380 deaths.

There Is A Better Way!

First of all, let’s be clear: 90% of all HPV infections clear naturally within 2 years.3 In fact another study revealed that HPV clears on its own in 73.3% of the untreated cases within 37 days!

We have a brilliant defensive immune system and it works! We do not need mass vaccination programs with doubtful outcomes.

In fact the British study quoted above strongly implied that Merck piggy-backed this process of natural recovery, by over-testing for outcomes, to inflate its supposed success figures.

A chronic vaginal inflammatory response seems to pose the greatest threat of potentially malignant changes.4

Therefore all anti-inflammatory measures are potentially anti-carcinogenic (beneficial). So prepare yourself to be stunned: some safe, natural herbal remedies are very effective against the threat of HPV infection, despite the fact that the CDC and UK NHS sites claim that there is “no treatment”, only vaccination.

Consider this paper, published in 2013 in the Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, with the title, Clearance of cervical human papillomavirus infection by topical application of curcumin and curcumin containing polyherbal cream: a phase II randomized controlled study.

The researchers evaluated the effectiveness of two herbal interventions in eliminating HPV infection from the cervix of women who were determined to have HPV infection through Pap smear and HPV DNA tests (PCR), but whose condition had not yet progressed to high grade cervical neoplasms.

The first intervention used was a polyherbal vaginal cream, known by the trade name Basant, containing extracts of curcumin, reetha, amla and aloe vera. The second intervention was a curcumin-only vaginal capsule. The other two placebo groups received either a vaginal placebo cream or a placebo vaginal capsule.  

All 287 enrolled subjects were instructed to use one application of the assigned formulation daily for 30 consecutive days, except during menstruation. Seven days after the last application they were recalled for repeat HPV test, cytology and colposcopy (a look into the top of the vagina). The results were reported as follows:

“HPV clearance rate in Basant arm (87.7%) was significantly higher than the combined placebo arms (73.3%). Curcumin-only caused higher rate of clearance than placebo (81.3%), though the difference was not statistically significant.”5

No serious adverse events were noted but Basant cream was sometimes associated with vaginal irritation and itching, of a mild character (better than ending up in a wheelchair from Gardasil, you might think).

The researchers remarked, “It is already documented that the majority of HPV infections are self-limiting and cell-mediated immunity is responsible for spontaneous clearance.”

And indeed, the Lancet published a study in 2004, which found that low-grade squamous intra-epithelial cervical lesions (cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia or CIN) commonly associated with HPV infection spontaneously regress in 61% of females within 12 months and 91% within 36 months. Yet these changes are often designated with the scary label of “pre-cancerous”.6

Another, 2011 study, in the Journal of Lower Genital Tract Diseases found, at 12 months, 70% of CIN 1 and 54% of CIN 2 lesions spontaneously regressed (p<.001).7

In other words, it is very likely indeed (90% plus) that any HPV-associated abnormal cell changes will regress naturally, like most self-limiting viral infections.

The final position is that the use of HPV vaccines is muddied by false reporting, massaging of statistics, outright lies and deliberate hiding of data of concern. This makes a joke of “informed consent.”

Moreover, the CDC’s own website states clearly in the FAQs on their own website that, “ HPV vaccination prevents new HPV infections but does not treat existing HPV infections or diseases.” Moreover, out of the hundred or more variants, vaccines only act against four strains of HPV.

Please, bear in mind that HPV infections and complications do not arise in a vacuum. Other known contributing factors to note are hormone and contraceptive medications, breast enlargement surgery and even the holy of chemical holies: Tamoxifen.

Anti-HPV factors are, of course, healthy lifestyle, proper diet, adequate nutrition and avoidance of stress. In fact any good health measure offers protection against acquiring HPV, or getting rid of it fast, if it should befall!

To your good health,

Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby
The Official Alternative Doctor 


  3. Moscicki AB, Schiffman M, Kjaer S, Villa LL. 2006. Chapter 5: updating the natural history of HPV and anogenital cancer. Vaccine 24(Suppl 3):42–51. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2006.06.018
  4. Mantovani A, Allavena P, Sica A, Balkwill F. 2008. Cancer-related inflammation. Nature 454:436–444. doi: 10.1038/nature07205
  5. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2013;14(10):5753-9. doi: 10.7314/apjcp.2013.14.10.5753
  6. Regression of low-grade squamous intra-epithelial lesions in young women. Lancet. 2004 Nov 6-12;364(9446):1678-83
  7. J Low Genit Tract Dis. 2011 Oct ;15(4):268-75. PMID: 21811178

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