Eight Deaths, Other Serious Side Effects, Linked to Cervical Cancer Shot

OK, here’s the deal on this. There is a sexually transmitted disease, called human papilloma virus, that can cause cervical cancer.
Politicians here in the U.S. as well as Britain, have started to push for this to be a mandatory injection for all young women.
Now, here’s what’s wrong with this idea:
1. This assumes every female is going to have premarital sex and get infected. That is not true.
2. The vaccine has serious side effects and has been linked to the death of at least eight girls. It has not been tested well enough.
3. As with all sexually transmitted diseases, if people would follow what God told them to in the Bible, and not have sex until they get married, there would be no sexually transmitted diseases. Abstinence is the only 100% effective means of preventing sexually transmitted diseases.

EIGHT deaths have been linked to the cervical cancer jab which will be given to every 12-year-old girl in Britain under Government plans announced last week.

Doctors suspect the jab, which protects against a sexually transmitted human papilloma virus that causes the cancer, may be implicated in 3,461 adverse reactions, including paralysis and seizures.

Last week Health Secretary Alan Johnson revealed plans to vaccinate all girls aged between 12 and 13 to cut Britain’s death rate from the disease. He said: “Prevention is better than cure and this vaccine will prevent many women from catching the virus in the first place.”

However, reports from the US, where the Gardasil vaccine has been used for nearly a year in some states, reveal that eight victims died soon after receiving it. The victims, aged from as young as 11 to 22, suffered blood clots or heart attacks.

Thousands of side effects have also been linked, many serious. These include 15 cases of paralysis and 239 cases of temporary loss of consciousness. Other suspected reactions include convulsions and numbness.

Tom Fitton, head of US health lobby group Judicial Watch, said: “The adverse event reports on the HPV vaccine reads like a catalogue of horrors. Any state or local government now beset by lobbying campaigns to mandate this vaccine for young girls ought to take a look at these adverse health reports. It looks as if an unproven vaccine with dangerous side effects is being pushed as a miracle drug.”

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