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Will you get ur daughter the gardasil shot?

Posted by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 4:54 AM
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I think this is wonderful, i wish it was out when i was younger.. i mean im only 22, and im pretty sure i might go get it, But they never had anything like this when i was in middle school. I am defietly gonna get my daughter it when shes old enough. its just one less thing ill have to worry about.. cervical cancer is a horrible thing.

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mmtosam06
by Bronze Member on Apr. 8, 2009 at 5:08 AM

nope 

Stephanie a non vaxxing/cloth diapering/full term breastfeeding sahm who is wanting another but waiting/WoW addicted momma to a 2yr old princess
fawn321
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 5:54 AM

yes I would if I had a daughter. 

Brandie_xo
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 6:28 AM

Hell no.

Have you done any research on it? Do you know how many teenagers and young girls are dying after getting this shot?


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lilmaiyagirl
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 6:29 AM

If I had a daughter, nope I would not.

 A worthy wife is a crown for her husband,but a disgraceful woman is like cancer in his bones.~Proverbs 12:4~

sassired8
by Member on Apr. 8, 2009 at 6:33 AM

Nope.....My doc wants me to get it and I won't....

jnhjlh
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 7:19 AM

NO NO NO!

Too many risks!

samandgabmom
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 7:21 AM

YES i did they just had their last shot in March...

 i am a SAHM of 2 girls (teens)

i am bipolar & have NO time for DRAMA!! everything in its place

& my way!!! i am very open on how i feel u dont like it OH WELL!!!!

that is me..i CHANGE for NO one girl!!!

Chille01
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 7:27 AM

undecided....my DD is only 7months so its hard for me to make that kinda decision at the moment, im sure there will be changes in the vac. itself by the time she is recommended to get it. I never got one so i guess time will tell if I feel she is in need of it.

MommyOnLI
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 7:36 AM

I WILL NEVER EVER EVER GIVE MY DD THIS SHOT, OR WOULD I EVER RECCOMMEND IT TO ANYONE... IF ANYONE HASNT NOTICED ALL OF THEIR COMMERCIALS HAVE BEEN PULLED OFF THE AIR, AND THEY ARE CONSIDERING PULLING IT OFF THE MARKET DUE TO THE PENDING LAWSUITS THAT ARE GOING ON.

THERE ARE 2 CASES THAT I KNOW OF LOCALLY WHERE ONE OF THE TWO TEENS IS BLIND, AND THE OTHER IS PARALIZED.

I WOULD STRONGLY RECCOMEND YOU NOT EVER GETTING IT FOR YOUR CHILD IF YOU LOVE THEM ENOUGH.

I CAN GO ON AND ON ABOUT ALL THE REPORT DEATHS LINKED TO THIS VACCINE....  WOULD WANT TO RISK YOUR CHIOLD LIFE?

NOT ME


Death toll linked to Gardasil vaccine rises
Complications include shock, 'foaming at mouth,' convulsions, coma


Posted: June 30, 2008
10:18 pm Eastern

© 2009 WorldNetDaily


"Anaphylactic shock," "foaming at mouth," "grand mal convulsion," "coma" and "now paralyzed" are a few of the startling descriptions included in a new federal report describing the complications from Merck & Co.'s Gardasil medication for sexually transmitted human papillomavirus - which has been proposed as mandatory for all schoolgirls.

The document was obtained from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration by Judicial Watch, a Washington group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, and it has details of 10 deaths just since September.

"Given all the questions about Gardasil, the best public health policy would be to re-evaluate its safety and to prohibit its distribution to minors. In the least, governments should rethink any efforts to mandate or promote this vaccine for children," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

The organization's work uncovered reports of about one death each month since last fall, bringing the total death toll from the drug to at least 18 and as many as 20. There also were 140 "serious" reports of complications including about three dozen classified as life-threatening, 10 spontaneous abortions and half a dozen cases of Guillain-Barre Syndrome.

The document reveals the case of an 18-year-old woman who got the Gardasil vaccine, was found unconscious that evening, and died. Another woman, age 19, got the drug and the next morning was found dead in her bed

The new documents also reveal a total of 8,864 Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System records, up from a total of 3,461 that had been reported in a document just last fall.

WND previously has reported how Merck was lobbying state lawmakers to require the vaccination, but said it would quit the campaign after its activities were unveiled.

WND also reported when a key researcher into human papillomavirus, which is targeted by Gardasil, reported it needed more testing, and how even the Centers for Disease Control suggested the vaccine should not be mandatory.

That, however, has not diverted the building campaign to have legislatures adopt mandatory vaccination plans.

Judicial Watch said one of the reports, VAERS ID: 310262-1 (D), had this to say:

"Information has been received…concerning a 20-year-old female with no medical history reported, who on 01-APR-2008 was vaccinated with a dose of Gardasil….The patient died four days after…patient sought unspecified medical attention. An autopsy was performed which ruled out suicide and anything suspicious."

Another report said, "Information has been received from a physician concerning a female patient who on an unknown date was vaccinated with a dose of Gardasil. Subsequently, the patient experienced a coma and is now paralyzed. At the time of this report, the patient's outcome was unknown. VAERS ID: 303188-1"

The target of the vaccine is cervical cancer, since studies show that those who have HPV have a higher chance of later developing cervical cancer. However, opponents note that such cancers develop most often in older women, while the plan is to require girls as young as 11 or 12 years old to be inoculated. They cite the lack of evidence that the vaccine would have an impact later in life.

A Judicial Watch report said, "Even though Gardasil will not be fully tested for safety until 2009, physicians are already pushing it as a routine, harmless vaccine. Merck's aggressive advertisement campaign tells young girls that their lives could be 'one less' affected by cervical cancer and that, 'It's your turn to help guard against cervical cancer.'"

The report also estimated it will cost as much as $2 billion to buy vaccinations for the nation's poorest girls.

"This vaccine will be more expensive than all other childhood vaccines put together," concluded John Schiller, a National Cancer Institute investigator.

Judicial Watch earlier uncovered reports such as this:

"Initial and follow-up information has been received from a physician concerning an 'otherwise healthy' 13 year old female who was vaccinated with her first and second doses of Gardasil. Subsequently, the patient experienced … paralysis from the chest down, lesions of the optic nerve…At the time of the report, the patient had not recovered."

Officials with the Abstinence Clearinghouse noted in a position paper that groups including the Texas Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, and the American Academy of Environmental Medicine have come out publicly against mandatory vaccination.

"The reasoning of these medical associations is clear. They are not opposed to medical progress, and certainly support all efforts to combat life-threatening diseases. The problem, as these organizations see it, lies in the fact that the drug only went through three and a half years of testing, leaving the medical community somewhat in the dark as to what serious adverse effects might result in the long term," the group said at the time.

"Along with the potential of serious adverse effects is the question of efficacy. There is evidence that after approximately four years, the vaccine's potency significantly declines. The long-term value of the vaccine has yet to be determined; if it wears off within six years, will girls and women need to repeat the battery of injections they originally received?" the organization wondered.

Michigan was the first state to introduce a plan to require the vaccine to be given to young girls, but the proposal failed. Ohio also considered a failed plan in 2006.

In 2007 Merck's aggressive lobbying campaign and contributions to Women in Government resulted in proposals in at least 39 states to institutionalize such vaccinations.

sarahbearamommy
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 7:36 AM

i dont have a daughter(at least not now, i hope to in the future) but I really don't think I would.  It all came out so quick and they were forcing it on everyone.  And 's so new, I really don't know... I have to do my research.. and hopefully by the time I have a daughter, they will find out its not as good as they make it seem.  I personally, wouldnt get it for myself at this point in time either.

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