Hawaii to require immunizations for sixth-grade students

HONOLULU — Hawaii health officials will require sixth graders to be immunized with HPV and other vaccines before the start of the next school year.

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Thursday that more than 13,200 sixth-grade students in public schools including charters will be affected by the new rule.

Officials say parents risk the exclusion of their children from middle school enrollment without the immunizations.

Officials say parents will need to provide proof a child received one dose each of tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis vaccine and meningococcal conjugate vaccine.

Students will also need proof of two doses of the vaccine against HPV, which can cause cervical and other types of cancer.

A 2018 state study found only 35% of girls and 19% of boys in Hawaii had received the recommended HPV shots.


Information from: Honolulu Star-Advertiser, http://www.staradvertiser.com

  1. KimoKane October 4, 2019 2:19 pm Reply

    $250 to $500 for the HPV vaccination = $2-4 million if 8000 kids get vaccinated this year.

  2. truth be known October 6, 2019 11:57 am Reply

    by: Dr. Craig A. Maxwell

    Since the HPV vaccine, Gardasil, hit the market in 2006, it has been the subject of widespread controversy and debate. The lead developer of the Gardasil vaccine, Dr. Diane Harper, has reconsidered her support of the vaccine, instead choosing to discuss its possible side effects and lack of efficacy.
    “Vaccinations Unlikely to Affect Rates of Cervical Cancer”

    HPV (human papilloma virus) is a common sexually transmitted infection that often has no symptoms, except in the case of genital warts, and it clears up on its own within two years in 90% of cases. In her presentations and interviews, Dr. Harper explains that the risk of cervical cancer in the United States is very low and that vaccinating for the disease was unlikely to have any affect in the prevention of cervical cancer. In 2% of cases, HPV does result in cervical cancer and is usually the result of an extremely weakened immune system.

    The ironic fact is that the synthetic chemicals in the Gardasil vaccine have been shown to interfere with normal immune system response and may leave you more susceptible to the development of serious diseases, including cancer. What’s more, some of these chemicals have been classified as carcinogenic (cancer-causing).

    Also, the so-called protective benefit of an HPV vaccination does not extend past 5 years. This means if your daughter receives the Gardasil vaccine between the ages of 9 and 12, the effect will wear off before she becomes sexually active. This approach makes no logical sense if the idea is to guard her against the development of HPV-induced cervical cancer.
    Harmful Ingredients in HPV Vaccine

    The commercials touting the benefits of Gardasil and Cervarix show healthy young women and girls enjoying carefree lives. What they leave out of these advertisements could do serious harm to the young women you care about. Here is a list of potentially harmful ingredients in the HPV vaccine:


    Aluminum is neurotoxic to the brain when injected and can lead to brain inflammation and nerve cell death. It has also been shown to trigger an immune response at the injection site, which can spread out and contribute to the development of chronic joint and muscle pain.

    Sodium Borate “Borax”

    Sodium borate comes with a warning label that clearly states it “may damage fertility” and “may damage the unborn child.” It is toxic to reproduction and may account for some of the infertility cases associated with this vaccine.

    Polysorbate 80

    Polysorbate 80 is a vaccine stabilizer shown to cause abnormal and rapid growth of reproductive organs resulting in sterility and birth defects.


    L-Histidine is an amino acid that converts to histamine, which interferes with a toxic metal detoxification protein called metallothionein. This may be a contributing factor in the development of MT deficiency in autistic children. A child with MT deficiency will have a much harder time eliminating the toxic heavy metals contained in vaccines.

    MSG (Yeast Protein)

    The MSG (monosodium glutamate) used in the Gardasil vaccine to feed the live virus is neurotoxic. It easily crosses the blood-brain barrier – a filtering mechanism that keeps toxins in the blood from entering the brain – of young children as theirs is not fully developed like that of an adult.
    The Serious Side Effects Doctors Don’t Warn You About

    The synthetic chemicals listed above can cause serious side effects. It’s the reason 15,037 girls and young women have reported adverse affects from this vaccine. The most common being:

    Cervical Dysplasia

    The idea behind the Gardasil vaccine is to prevent cervical abnormalities and cervical cancer. Contrary to this fact, the HPV vaccine has been linked to the development of pre-malignant squamous cells in the cervix. Cervical dysplasia not induced by a vaccination can usually be fought off by the body’s immune system. However, if your immune system is weakened by the vaccine, it may be much more difficult to fight off these abnormalities before it develops into cancer.

    Guillian Barré Syndrome

    In Guillian Barré Syndrome, your immune system attacks your nervous system resulting in nerve inflammation, tingling in extremities, muscle weakness, and eventual paralysis. The neurotoxic chemicals found in the Gardasil vaccine are foreign to your immune system, which may prompt it to try and fight to protect you.

    Miscarriages and Birth Defects

    The HPV vaccine contains two powerful synthetic chemicals, sodium borate and polysorbate 80 that have been linked to infertility, birth defects, and developmental disabilities.

    Blood Clots

    Smokers and women using oral contraceptives are at special risk for the development of fatal blood clots. One otherwise-healthy young woman died within 3 hours of receiving this vaccine (as explained in the video below).

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