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there is no evidence of its long-term efficacy or that it actually lowers cancer rates.
Originally posted by ravenshadow13
reply to post by (C2C)
I don't mind vaccines as long as they've been proven to actually work. If something is a common virus and linked to a specific type of cancer, of course I'm going to get a vaccine if it will prevent me from getting that virus.
Kind of like why I refuse to go tanning or smoke. If it gives you cancer, you should do everything you can to prevent it. I think so, anyway.
Originally posted by (C2C)
reply to post by ravenshadow13
If your worried about cancer there are ways to prevent it! Take some vitimin B17, heres the link for info! video.google.com...
If I had cancer I would be getting ahold of Rife Machine one way or another! Don't take a vaccine that is just meant to make money for greedy corporations.
This is thanks to those parents who simply can't be bothered to get their kids inoculated and middle class parents who ignore the triumphs of medicine and choose to place their faith in wind chimes,a discredited quack and the sort of unsupported BS that appears on threads like this. As a result of this selfishness and stupidity children are threatened with diseases which had been close to eradication.
Published Date: 01 June 2009
By Marisa de Andrade
MORE than 150 girls in Scotland have suffered adverse reactions after receiving the cervical cancer vaccine introduced last autumn, The Scotsman can reveal.
Campaigners are calling for the vaccination programme to be suspended, claiming there are unanswered questions about the long-term effectiveness and safety of Cervarix. They are concerned that official information refers to mild side-effects, when some girls have reported serious reactions to the jab.
The families of six girls in England are suing GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the maker of Cervarix, after the girls suffered severe reactions resulting in partial paralysis, seizures and chronic fatigue. The Scotsman has learned two more have contacted the same solicitor after suffering severe painful swelling of joints.