I do not think the HPV vaccine can cause pancreatic cancer. It has virus like particles, not the virus. There would be no need to test the tumor as no data has ever linked pancreatic cancer with HPV immune response.
About 80% of people have had HPV by the age of 45. If there was a cause and effect with pancreatic cancer we’d know. And millions of doses of the vaccine have been given now. No cancers have emerged https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/30/well/when-is-hpv-a-problem.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share …
There is no HPV in the vaccine so testing a tumor for HPV to prove it is related to the vaccine is simply biologically ridiculous. It is disgusting people take advantage of desperate people and plant these false ideas. There is no genetic material from HPV in the vaccine.
People who spread lies to parents of sick children about fake causes of their illness are disgusting
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