How Rare is Rare? - Page 5
Universities have their own vax requirements, even for local students.
"Most nonimmigrant visa applicants are not required to comply with the vaccination requirements to a get visa."
This is interesting:
"Effective Dec 14, 2009, Zoster and Human Papillomavirus (HPV) are not required. Therefore, even if your medical examination was done before that and you didn't take those vaccines, you are fine." Apparently, before 12/14/2009, the HPV was REQUIRED if you wanted to immigrate .
Guess we know who was part of the initial Gardasil trials, then. They were required to receive them to gain citizenship, Think all the serious risks were explained to them?
"United States immigration law requires immigrant visa applicants to obtain certain vaccinations (listed below) prior to the issuance of an immigrant visa. Panel physicians who conduct medical examinations of immigrant visa applicants are required to verify that immigrant visa applicants have met the vaccination requirements, or that it is medically inappropriate for the visa applicant to receive one or more of the listed vaccinations:
Influenza type b (Hib)
Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids
Edited by Taximom5 - 7/25/13 at 10:25pm
Getting back to the OT on how often vaxx reactions occur, this was linked to in another thread and gives us some numbers on the reported adverse events following the admin of Cervarix (hpv)... http://www.mhra.gov.uk/home/groups/pl-p/documents/websiteresources/con028377.pdf -
There are 4 cases of reported anaphylactic shock, out a 4 million plus dosages, so I suspect Kathy is right that the 1 in a million guesstimate is coming from those kind of reactions.
I am curious about the "abortion induced" on page 20. Are they talking miscarriage or a planned abortion? Because I don't know why a planned abortion would have been reported.
Given the uptake (4 million +) vs. the number of reactions reported (9673), we are looking at up to 2418 reactions per million. Since they don't know an exact uptake, and someone in the HPV thread said it was closer to 6 million doses, that is 1612 adverse events reported per million.
We can say we don't know for sure that this is the case, because anything and everything may be reported it seems and might not have anything to do with the vaxx, correlation doesn't equal causation, and all that. And of course some, many, maybe even most of these reactions are mild and temporary. Yet, reactions can also be under reported as well.