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“Many victims are still suffering from side effects of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines Cervarix and Gardsil, which include overall pain and disorders of perception, movement and memory,” lawyer Masumi Minaguchi, a representative from the planned lawsuit’s defense team told a news conference in Tokyo.
Minaguchi said the victims will file the suit sometime after June against the central government, GlaxoSmithKlien PLC, the maker of Cervarix, and Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp., the maker of Gardsil, at four district courts in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka.
She said the defense team will seek additional plaintiffs to join the lawsuit by holding seminars in April and May.
Sitting in a wheelchair, Sakai said she has numbness in the right side of her body, back and around her chest.
Yui Taniguchi, who suffers from a number of symptoms including severe headaches and occasional loss of vision, said she decided to join the suit in order to show that there are many people whose lives have been turned upside-down by the vaccines’ side effects.
The vaccine replicates just like the full-on measles virus, inciting your immune system to produce antibodies against it. Those antibodies then protect against actual measles as well.
But in some people, that response just doesn’t happen. No one knows why. Either your body doesn’t produce enough antibodies, or the ones it does produce aren’t specific enough to latch on to the virus and kill it.
originally posted by: projectvxn
I have all of my vaccinations. Including some extra I got going overseas in a combat zone.
Both my kids have all their vaccines and will continue to get them on schedule.
Why are so many people antiscience?
originally posted by: gladtobehere
By 2010, the U.S. Court of Claims had awarded nearly $3 billion dollars to vaccine victims for their catastrophic vaccine injuries, although two out of three applicants have been denied compensation.
The UK courts have paid even though the burden of proof is much higher.
In Italy, the courts have said in no uncertain terms that vaccines do in-fact cause autism.
How? Youre already vaccinated, what do you care if I'm not?
Unless you think that they dont really work in which case, youd be right.