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Preventing Gardasil Vaccine Injuries & Deaths

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posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 11:51 AM
For all the ladies in this forum. The fast tracking of this vaccine seems to have back fired on women. They are getting very ill and it's directly linked to this vaccine Gardisil! Many of us might like to sign the petition available on this link:

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Preventing Gardasil Vaccine Injuries & Deaths
Posted: 7/14/2009 9:00:00 PM by NVIC Administrator

by Barbara Loe Fisher

She is just 16: the intelligent, lively pretty girl from Kansas, who was a high school gymnast and cheerleader and got straight A’s until, in 2008, three Gardasil shots changed her life and she became one more Gardasil reaction statistic.

Today, Gabrielle never knows when she will be back in the hospital emergency room. Diagnosed with inflammation in the brain and body, the brain seizures won’t stop. She has had strokes. The right side of her body is weakened. She is in almost constant pain. Gabi has developed lupus now. Her doctor says she could die.

Fast-Tracked Vaccine

Gardasil vaccine was fast tracked to licensure by the Food and Drug Administration in 2006.2 It contains genetically engineered virus-like protein particles (VLPs) and aluminum, which affect immune function. The exact mechanism of protection is unknown and the vaccine has not been evaluated for the potential to cause cancer or be toxic to the genes.

It is a vaccine that, by the summer of 2009, already caused more than 15,000 thousand reports of vaccine reactions, including more than 3,000 injuries and 48 deaths. 14 of the girls who died after getting Gardasil were under age 16 just like Gabrielle.

At the National Vaccine Information, we issued our first press release in the summer of 2006 warning parents that Gardasil had not been adequately tested in young girls before government health officials recommended that all 11 and 12 year old girls get three doses of the vaccine. Merck only studied Gardasil in fewer than 1200 girls under age 16 and followed them up for about two years before lobbyists tried, unsuccessfully in 2007, to get the vaccine mandated for all sixth grade girls in every state.



posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 12:27 PM
I did much research before allowing my daughters to receive this vaccine. In fact, the pediatrician was very insistent that we get this vaccine but I resisted and went to an MD who was a specialist in adolescent medicine who suggested that I wait until they were at least 16 years of age before receiving the vaccine. If you decide to get the vaccine there a few things you need to consider to avoid a bad outcome. First, there are NO clinical studies that look at the risk of administering this vaccine at the same time as other vaccines. Do not give this vaccine with the meningoccocal vaccine or hepatitis vaccine, there are already reports that this will increase the risk of an adverse outcome. Separate this vaccine from others for at least 6 months, more if possible. Also, after receiving the vaccine, do not stand up for at least 5 minutes and do not leave the clinic where you receive the vaccine for at least 30 minutes.
There is a field of pharmacology called "pharmacogentics" and we are beginning to discover important differences among us related to how our bodies react to medications. Some are fortunate to receive the expected benefit of a vaccine or medication, however, some may suffer a possible life threatening adverse reaction. One day, we will be able to look at a DNA profile and recommend the best treatment or medication. Until then, it is best to find out as much as you can about a treatment before you introduce a new substance or chemical into your body.

[edit on 19-8-2009 by icenine]

posted on Sep, 13 2009 @ 07:45 AM
I found this article on Gabi today. I hope people will pass this info on to their friends who have daughters in this age group!


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