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#1 of 3 Old 04-23-2013, 05:23 PM - Thread Starter
 
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http://www.healio.com/infectious-disease/vaccine-preventable-diseases/news/online/%7B59a2f76c-acb3-427a-9639-11a8d8556ac4%7D/concerns-arise-about-hpv-vaccine-infertility-in-males

 

surprise surprise -

 

Disclosure: The study was funded in part by Merck.

 

 

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of course not -

 

“there was no unusual pattern or clustering to the deaths that would suggest that they were caused by the vaccine.”
 

Meanwhile, Merck is benefitting tremendously from vaccine sales. The vaccine is expected to reach $1 billion in sales next year, and could reach more than $4 billion in sales in five years, according to Wall Street analysts.

 


 

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Interesting that they think that the only possibility that the deaths would be caused by the vaccine would be if they were clustered (i.e., all girls received vaccines from the same batch) or...if there were an unusual pattern?  Can someone explain what exactly that would mean?

 

Isn't there already an obvious unusual pattern, in that a significant number of the girls affected severely by Gardasil are high-level athletes?  We see cheerleaders, soccer players, figure skaters, dancers, gymnasts, volleyball players, etc., all having severe reactions.  That's sure as heck a pattern.


Why isn't it being recognized and investigated?

 

Why is the medical community so rigidly glued to the unreasonable idea that if a vaccine causes an adverse affect, it doesn't count unless every single recipient reacts the same way?

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http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_136053.html

Seems to be working for genital warts. We will know more in 20 years time if it also protects against cancer. Meanwhile the side effects are still underreported. And that is a good point mentioning about the athletes! There should be an investigation into that too. But since not all our metabolisms work the same, each one of us will be affected differently by the same drug.
 


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