I guess these victims, I mean, test subjects will not be able to complain much.
http://vaccineimpact.com/2016/gardasil-hpv-vaccine-trial-using-infants-as-young-as-one-year-of-age/For years I have said the goal was to add Gardasil to the infant (vaccine) schedule. It appears that's where we are headed. Sales of the Gardasil vaccine are slumping, as this has never been a popular vaccine due to the dangerous side-effects.
In spite of the fact that HPV is a sexually transmitted disease, and that the vaccine wears off long before an infant is sexually active, it appears that drug company lobbyists and the CDC will successfully add the Gardasil HPV vaccine to the infant vaccine schedule.
It's not unbelievable and it's not over the top for the CDC to do this. They've done this before.
They did it with the Hepatitis B vaccine.
Hepatitis B vaccine was initially introduced and targeted at-risk adults, including those who engaged in promiscuous sex (heterosexual and homosexual) and IV drug users. Other "at-risk" populations included hospital workers (due to potential exposure to infected blood and body fluids) and people who were incarcerated or institutionalized.
The problem was, just as has happened with Gardasil, they couldn't get the numbers up. They couldn't get enough adults to take the vaccine (Hep B), so they added it to the infant schedule, because that's when they could "get everyone."