This manual was produced as a joint effort between the HPV vaccine injured youngsters, their parents, Orthomolecular doctors, international researchers, Nutrition Therapist Mr. Frede Damgaard and General Practitioner Stig Gerdes.
The treatment has been shown to have a therapeutic effect on those injured by the HPV vaccine. As of this writing, there are currently 14 young women/girls in treatment and all of the patients are improving.
The goal of this manual is to provide Practitioners with the information needed so that they can treat their own patients who have been adversely affected by the HPV vaccine and who suffer a wide variety of debilitating symptoms. Practitioners should refer to the instructions below. However, it may be necessary to adjust the treatment to the individual needs of the patient.
All questions can be directed to Stig Gerdes (Phone 0045 2170 4600). This treatment is widely used around the world and it is also used in Denmark to treat immune system damage.
Intravenous Vitamin C:
If your patient is seriously injured by the HPV vaccine against cervical cancer (currently known as Gardasil or Cervarix), it may be necessary to treat the patient with high doses of intravenous Vitamin C.
Intravenous treatment consists of Vitamin C administered one to two times a week. For example, IV treatment can be administered on Monday and Friday each week.
Start the patient IV with 250-500 ml isotonic sodium chloride and add 25 grams of Vitamin C, 4 ml Magnesium Sulfate and 10 ml Sodium Bicarbonate. Administer the IV over 2 to 3 hours. Towards the end of the IV infusion, add 100-200 mg Glutathione to the IV bag to complete the infusion.