Gardasil Vaccine for HPV-Related Cancer Full of Dangers

by Rachel on May 17, 2010

The school supplies and new clothes are the spirits of parents in this time of year, but they must be aware of a new danger – the aggressive promotion of effective vaccine, Gardasil, which has been linked to the deaths of nearly 39 women and a multitude of other problems.

Produced by Merck & Co., Gardasil is a vaccine developed to cause the human papilloma virus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted infections to prevent cervical cancer. Billed as a “vaccine against cancer,” Merck million dollars in an advertising campaign, which, at the school and health authorities have reached the city has paid.

But compared to an independent study conducted by the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) Manactra with Gardasil, a drug against meningitis that is given to children. The report states that “compared to Menactra, Gardasil reported having received at least twice as many reports in the emergency room four times more deaths reported, five times more likely not to report new mentality, seven times more “disabled”. ”

“Catalogue of horrors”

Approved by the FDA in 2006 for girls and women ages 9 to 26, Gardasil is the subject of some 6,700 cases of disturbing the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), an agency of the Department of Health and Social Services . Many cases seem to indicate a possible relationship of cause and effect between the drug and its many problems. It is estimated that only one in ten of the negative effects of these drugs are reported.

“The FDA adverse event reports on a vaccine against HPV read like a catalog of horrors,” said Tom fitten, president of Judicial Watch, a nonpartisan watchdog group that is not an opportunity long term side effects of the vaccine study said.

School and health officials have put pressure on the vaccine for girls in the weeks before classes start, and some states such as vaccines.

Many side effects

The notice from the FDA for the drug, these side effects may include headache, fever, nausea, dizziness, local reactions at the injection site, such as pain, swelling, itching and bruising, the Influenza activity type and anaphylaxis, which is an allergic reaction.

Women in Berwyn, Oak Park, Stickney, La Grange, Cicero, Westchester, and nearby cities encouraged to learn more about vaccines and the appropriateness of its use for you or your daughter by contacting Care Services Women in Berwyn Services IL.WomanCare offers to help women in unplanned pregnancies in the vicinity of the Southwest Chicago area. Woman care services. Or call 708-795-6000.

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