Are you worried about the safety of HPV vaccines?
Have you heard about this award-winning documentary?
Would you like a chance to get answers from experts on HPV?
Following on from the incredible success of last year’s tour of VaxXed, from Cover-Up to Catastrophe, the AVN is once again providing access to cutting edge vaccination information and answers from acknowledged experts on vaccination science and policy.
Starting on August 2nd, this year, we will be taking the Sacrificial Virgins tour from the Sunshine Coast in QLD to Melbourne in Victoria. These 7 events are sure to sell out quickly, just as the VaxXed events did, so early ticket purchases are highly recommended.
If you cannot attend (or even if you can), you can also help with a sponsorship – no matter how small – to assist the AVN in providing these sorts of high-quality events into the future. Click here to help us with sponsorship: Sponsor the AVN
2019 will be the year of the seminar so your help today will ensure that we are able to bring this message to as many locations in our huge country as we possibly can. Click the links below for full information and to book tickets and if you can share this on social media and by email, that would be very much appreciated!
Sunshine Coast, Thursday 2nd of August 2018,
6pm – 10pm
South Sydney, Sunday 5th of August, 2018
2pm – 6pm
North Sydney, Monday 6th of August, 2018
6pm – 10pm
Gold Coast, Saturday, 11th of August 2018
6pm – 10pm
Brisbane, Monday, 13th of August 2018
6pm – 10pm
The Human Papilloma Vaccine (HPV) has been used worldwide for over 10 years now. Originally released as a method for preventing cervical cancer in women, its use has since been expanded to include young men and boys despite the fact that its effectiveness as a cancer preventative is medically unproven.
Unintended adverse reactions have blighted and even ended the lives of girls, young women, men and boys around the world. Despite this fact, pharmaceutical manufacturers and many health authorities have refused to acknowledge there is a problem and the medical community continues to aggressively market this vaccine.
Sacrificial Virgins – so named because the vaccine is often given to girls and boys before they become sexually active – exposes evidence from top scientists and medical professionals of serious neurological damage following HPV injections. It calls for the vaccine to be withdrawn in the hope that this will halt a growing global tragedy.
To learn more about the film, the evidence, and to view the trailer, please visit: http://www.sacrificialvirgins.org/
We consider the Q & A segment of this event to be every bit as important as the film itself. For that reason, we have invited a number of worldwide experts to attend via Skype and in person. As we get closer to the time of the actual film, we will be able to confirm who will be attending each screening, but the list of those invited is below:
Joan Shenton, Producer of Sacrificial Virgins, BBC Journalist and founder of Meditel Productions.
Dr Christian Fiala – Founder and Medical Director of the Gynmed Clinic, Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Professor Christopher Exley, Specialist in Inorganic Chemistry – Keele University
Professor Chris Shaw – Graduate Program of Neuroscience, University of British Columbia
Freda Birrell – AHVID – Association of HPV Vaccine Injured Daughters
Steve Hinks – AHVID – Association of HPV Vaccine Injured Daughters
Norma Erickson – President of SaneVax Inc
Helen Lobato – Author of Gardasil – fast-tracked and flawed
Elizabeth Hart – over-vaccination.net
Stephen Tunley – Director Sanevax, Australia
Miss Masumi Minaguchi – Medwatcher, Japan regarding the current class action against Gardasil in Japan
Monica Leon del Rio – regarding the current class action against Gardasil in Colombia
This documentary contains adult language and themes. Some images and scenes may be distressing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.
Due to the well-orchestrated threats of violence and abuse that come from the pro-censorship community, the exact venue will not be announced until the day of the screening.
No. This documentary presents information from scientific experts about known risks of this medical procedure. It simply suggests that in order to make a vaccination choice, all available information should be made available to parents and those considering taking the HPV vaccine.