A government report that was released is raising new questions about the vaccine to prevent cervical cancer and the Human Papillomavirus which is known as HPV, Gardasil. This vaccine has been linked to 32 unconfirmed deaths and shows higher incidences of fainting and blood clots than other vaccines.
Gardasil is a vaccine manufactured and marketed by Merck Sharp & Dohme, Ltd. The vaccine prevents four types of HPV, two types are thought to be associated with the development of Cervical Cancer and only occur in a very small percentage of patients. From 2006, the vaccine has been suggested for girls ages 9-26 and recently, it was approved for use in boys.
Gardasil became a big thing in 2007 when Merck began pushing it to become mandatory for all girls between ages 11 and 12 in the state of Texas. Even though it was not very successful in the state of Texas, more girls have been using it in Washington DC, and the state of Virginia.
Last year, there were numerous phone calls from a number of mothers of young girls who after receiving the vaccine suffered adverse events. Girls that were healthy and received the vaccination developed acute onset auto-immune diseases such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and others. There has been over 16,000 adverse events have been reported through the AERS. From the 16,000 events, more than 50 have been deaths.
Some very concerning news has also came to light, the vaccine has not been adequately tested for the safety or effectiveness in girls under the age of 15. According to a doctor researching this, the practice of vaccinating girls 15 and younger is a great public health experiment.
People who have been vaccinated and are experiencing health problems such as seizures, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, recourse may be available.
If you or a loved one has developed adverse conditions after being vaccinated with the Gardasil shot, call me at 1-800-849-5931. The call is free and there is no obligation.