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I’m not sure that we need to debate mandatory vaccination between ‘safe & effective’ health agency representatives and those that want to make a personal choice relying on informed consent. Public Health England provide a factsheet for health professionals: ‘HPV Vaccination and Cervical Cancer, Addressing the Myths' (1) To the question ‘Are side effects more frequently reported after HPV (vaccine) than for other vaccines? More serious side effects are extremely rare.” The World Health Organisation (WHO) in their 2017 ‘Safety update of HPV vaccines’ (5) inform us that “GACVS considers HPV vaccines to be extremely safe”.
All we really need to do is debate what health agencies tell us publicly about vaccine safety and what they tell us when answering parliamentary questions or freedom of information act (FOIA) requests. So surely there is no debate, this vaccine MUST be safe (effective for the HPV vaccine is another subject).
‘The product insert mentions a number of serious and chronic conditions – including death – does that mean that the vaccine causes these conditions? The MHRA reported to the JCVI HPV Vaccine Sub-committee (2) “no serious risks have been associated with either HPV vaccines in the UK”.
You've heard about Vice President Joe Biden's upcoming cancer "moon shot" in hopes of eradicating the disease? You've heard about Vice President Joe Biden's upcoming cancer "moon shot" in hopes of eradicating the disease? "This just swept in sideways and so there just wasn't a lot of awareness."•Many doctors are pressed for time and postpone what can be a difficult conversation with parents about their child's sexual activity.
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to the MHRA identify in their drug analysis print (DAP) 22,980 adverse reactions including 8 with fatal outcome and their Annual Vaccine Reports to the JCVI (7) since 2008 report ‘significantly more serious adverse events than any other vaccine in the national programme’.
The total of serious ‘reports’ for HPV up until 2016 was 2,653, whereas all other vaccines had an average of 1,142 serious reports with a range from 31 to 1,695.
Maybe doctors shy away from a full-throated endorsement because they know some parents believe, wrongly, that such immunizations could encourage teens to have sex.
"Some parents will say, 'You know what, she's not doing that now' — meaning the child isn't sexually active — so, the doctor would say, yeah, postpone it," Stager says.
(Joe Raedle, Getty Images) What if there were a vaccine for young people that could help avert thousands of cancer cases, saving untold American lives?