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June 09, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: MRK

Adverse Gardasil reactions. 1800 page pdf file. These reactions range from numbness at the injection site and rashes to fevers, paralysis and death. Judicial watch had to file an Freedom of Information to get this data. I spoke to my childs pediatrician today. He assured me that if Gardasil were linked to deaths it would be pulled imediately. He is wrong. Some of these events happened a month after the first of the three Gardasil injections. You may decide that means they are not caused by Gardasil. You may also decide that means many more adverse reactions are not being linked to Gardasil. Many reactions happened within seconds of being injected.

The speed with which Gardasil was rushed to market was a red flag to me, as were the attempts to make Gardasil vaccinations mandatory.

Right now Gardasil is still recommended by pediatricians, and the FDA. I am just Devoish. My daughter is not getting injected. Let Merck test their product for a few more years on someone elses kid. 


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#1) On June 09, 2008 at 6:54 PM, devoish (86.34) wrote:

This page from the National Cancer Institute offers more information about cervical cancer including the statement that with regular testing and early diagnosis cervical cancer is 100% treatable.

Here is a link to the National Cancer Institutes cervical cancer homepage.

From another NCI webpage: "What we need…is a surveillance program that's linked to HPV vaccination uptake over a long period of time, so we can see the impact, and also any potential adverse effects, of an HPV vaccine," agrees Dr. Castle. "By monitoring benefits and risks of HPV vaccination, we can optimize the use of HPV vaccines to achieve the greatest good for women."

(It kind of gets my adrenaline flowing to know that a freedom of information request had to be filed to disseminate the monitored benefits and risks.)

And from another page:

"The premier experts in the field have worked on the guidelines developed by U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and the American Cancer Society," said Peter Greenwald, M.D., Dr.P.H., director of the Division of Cancer Prevention at NCI. "The key to continued reductions in deaths from cervical cancer is early detection, and these guidelines will help women and their doctors make informed choices about screening."


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#2) On June 09, 2008 at 7:23 PM, binv271828 (< 20) wrote:

Yeah, it did seem to get rushed to the market very quickly. That is a very good find. Thanks for letting us know!

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#3) On June 10, 2008 at 11:21 PM, madcowmonkey (< 20) wrote:

Is this why HelicalZz is putting up some issues about the commercials on youtube? Take a look. Nothing out of the oridinary.



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