It looks like researchers have found a possible cause for the "unknown" reason in Gardasil deaths. The entire research article can be access from both articles.
Two teenage girls from opposite ends of the world – both dead before their time have two additional things in common. They both took Gardasil to try and prevent cervical cancer and fragments of the HPV-16-L1 antigen used in Gardasil have been found in blood vessels within their brains.
Given that the autopsy in both cases revealed no major abnormality (anatomically, microbiologically or toxicologically) that might have been regarded as a potential cause of death; it appears plausible that the antigenic component of the HPV vaccine (HPV-16-L1) was indeed responsible for the fatal inflammation of the blood vessels.
Here is the second article, New Research Shows How Gardasil and Cervarix Vaccines Can Silently Kill Your Daughters And Sons
This article highlights yet more shenanigans from the UK Government, this time to obscure the dangers of Cervarix.
CHS has separately obtained evidence showing that British Health officials in the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency [MHRA] published analyses of adverse reactions to GSK’s Cervarix vaccine in such a way that the conditions underlying the reported symptoms of 4700 adverse reactions in 4.2 million British schoolgirls could never be identified. This looks like “cooking the books” to ensure no information would be made public which might suggest the vaccine is dangerous
To diagnose an underlying condition it is fundamental that all the symptoms be considered together. What the MHRA officials did was to split up the symptoms each girl suffered to report the symptoms separately under five categories which bore no relation to the potential underlying conditions suffered by these children. A large number of the reported individual symptoms are symptoms of an encephalopathy – which is a general medical term for a brain disease or injury. But it will never be known from the MHRA’s published analyses because 1) all the symptoms were split up and 2) not a single reported adverse reaction was investigated despite Cervarix being a new vaccine whose full adverse effects were unknown.