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Friday, September 21, 2007

More Deaths Associated with HPV Vaccine

From Lifesite.net:

As of May 11, 2007, the 1,637 adverse vaccination reactions reported to the FDA via the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) included 371 serious reactions. Of the 42 women who received the vaccine while pregnant, 18 experienced side effects ranging from spontaneous abortion to fetal abnormalities.

Side effects published by Merck & Co. warn the public about potential pain, fever, nausea, dizziness and itching after receiving the vaccine. Indeed, 77% of the adverse reactions reported are typical side effects to vaccinations. But other more serious side effects reported include paralysis, Bells Palsy, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, and seizures.

Judicial Watch informed LifeSiteNews.com that a subsequent request for information on adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine, covering the period from May 2007 to September 2007, found that an additional 1800 adverse reactions have been reported, including more deaths. Exactly how many more deaths will be released in the coming days, Judicial Watch's Dee Grothe informed LifeSiteNews.com.

I think the risk of the HPV vaccination is too high, especially when the cervical cancer often caused by the Human PapillomaVirus (HPV) can be prevented by pap smears and abstinence.


Christina Dunigan said...

But if we don't submit chaste women (and children, since they're trying to make the vaccine mandatory right around PUBERTY) to the risks of the vaccine, then the women and girls whose lifestyle choices put them at risk will feel slutty.

We woulndn't want to damage their fragile self-esteem, would we? Are a few neuroligically devastated women and disabled children too high a price to pay?

Anonymous said...

Granny's point is well-taken. It seems this treatment is loaded with a social agenda like abortion, RU486, and oral contraceptives. The "benefit" accrued is worth a few dead or debilitated women.

If oral contraceptives had been subjected to the same scrutiny as, say, Vioxx, they never would have made it to the market. But just look at the temendous benefit to society they have brought us! Since their introduction we have experienced a dramatic drop in illegitamate births, sexually transmitted disease and abortions--no, wait, let me check. I could be mistaken.

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