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This site was born out of the frustration of a parent who wished to make an "informed" decision about Gardasil for their daughter, and the difficulty they incurred at not being told the complete story about the vaccine by "The Ministry of Health and medical establishment".  To have a "one stop shop" of information for parents concerning what is being put into their children, whether by vaccine or food, this site endeavours to tell "what they didn't want you to hear"
                                        
IMPORTANT NOTICE -
 
If you or someone you know has been injured by the Gardasil vaccine please contact the law offices of Patricia Finn Attorney by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . This firm is litigating Gardasil injury cases in the US Court of Federal Claims on behalf of those injured by the HPV shot.
 
I'm not sure whether those from outside the US, likes of here in New Zealand, would be able to be included, however it would be worthwhile contacting them for any information regarding litigation.   Julie Smith
 
WE HAD NO INFORMED CONSENT BEFORE GARDASIL CHANGED OUR LIVES

 

 

By Glenda Smith

I was reluctant to grant permission for Angela to take the HPV vaccine in the fall of 2010. I remember thinking my daughter doesn’t need this, BUT maybe I’m not being a responsible mom if I don’t get it for her. According to the information I was given, the only risk was if you had a ‘severe immune disease e.g. HIV.’ I knew Angie had some chronic fatigue and celiac, but it said “SEVERE” and “HIV” – those are STRONG words that didn’t seem to fit Angela.

So, trusting what I know now to be a vague and ‘ill-informed’ piece of paper, I signed and she began her shots.

April 14, 2011, Angie was 13 years old and in grade 8 when she received her last dose of HPV vaccine.

April 15, 2011, Angela called me at work feeling ill, nauseous, and dizzy and in severe abdominal pain. We thought she had eaten some wheat, but we checked everything. The pain never went away! It only got worse when she ate. She cried and cried in pain.

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NEW STUDY OF GARDASIL RAISES MORE SAFETY QUESTIONS

By Norma Erickson, President www.sanevax.org  Posted 17 March 2013

Why were HPV-16 L1 DNA fragments detected in post mortem samples taken six months after Gardasil vaccination and not the other vaccine-relevant types? Dr. Sin Hang Lee, of Milford Hospital and Milford Molecular Laboratory, may have provided an answer in his most recently published paper entitled, Topological conformational changes of human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA bound to an insoluble aluminum salt – A study by low temperature PCR.[1] His findings suggest that non-B-conformational changes in HPV L1 gene DNA fragments bound to the AAHS adjuvant may be genotype related, in other words specific to HPV-16.

In September 2011, SaneVax Inc. informed the FDA that despite all claims stating Gardasil contained ‘no viral DNA’ Dr. Lee had discovered there were indeed fragments of HPV-11, HPV-16 and HPV-18 L1 DNA firmly attached to Merck’s proprietary aluminum adjuvant in 100% of the samples he tested, but all were lacking a region amplifiable by an MY09 degenerate primer.[2]

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HPV VACCINES - BETRAYAL OF PUBLIC TRUST?

 

 

SaneVax-FeaturedLast week, multiple news articles reported 44% of American parents refusing Gardasil or Cervarix for their children. Between 2008 and 2010, the percentage of parents concerned about the safety of these two vaccines nearly quadrupled. As of 2010, only 32% of eligible girls were vaccinated against HPV. What is wrong with this picture?

Excerpts from national news sources, March 18-22, 2013:

USA Today The percentage of parents who say they won’t have their teen daughters vaccinated against the human papillomavirus increases, even though physicians increasingly recommend the vaccinations. Concerns about safety and side effects for the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine have increased among parents: 16% cited these fears as the main reason they did not have their daughters vaccinated in 2010, up from 5% in 2008…

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OUR FAMILY'S ROLLER COASTER RIDE: COURTESY OF GARDASIL

By Roxie Fiste  Posted 10 March 2013

Imagine for a moment having a daughter with everything going for her. She’s bright, outgoing, athletic, kind and compassionate. She excels at everything she tries. No parent could ask for more. All parental bias aside, this was our daughter Brittney before Gardasil.

When Brittney received her first Gardasil injection in June of 2007, we were told that the only real risk involved was the possibility of her fainting shortly after the shot was administered. She didn’t react within the 15-minute window during which the medical staff monitored her, so we thought we had nothing to worry about.

When she passed out the next morning on our family room floor and got up wondering what had happened, Britt chalked it up to the possibility of being dehydrated. This had happened to her once several years before, so she didn’t think much of it. She was so unconcerned she didn’t even mention the incident until over a week later. By this time, she had experienced two other unusual episodes.

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