By Ralph Seeram, Kaieteur News
A 17-year-old girl died suddenly due to suspected heart arrhythmia two days after receiving the shot; a 14-year-old girl developed a medical condition after the second dose of the vaccine, then two weeks after the third dose she was rushed to the Emergency Room for unknown reasons. She died in the ambulance. Six days after a dose of the vaccine a 12-year-old died suddenly of myocarditis. Three days after the first dose of the vaccine an 11-year-old had a severe allergic reaction, cardiac arrest, and died. Two days after receiving the vaccine a 22-year-old died suddenly and a 12-year-old died in her sleep 21 days after receiving the vaccine.
These are reports on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System commonly known in the medical field as VAERS which is an early warning public health system in the U S that helps Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) and the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) detect possible side effects or adverse events following vaccination.
The name of that vaccine, Gardasil, the one that the Minister of Health and the Ministry of Health in Guyana are trying to force on our young daughters.
Gardasil is the trade mark name for a highly controversial vaccine manufactured by Pharmacy giant, Merck. It supposedly protects against types of HPV infections that causes most cervical cancers. According to the VAERS report, as of September last year there have been over 20,000 reports of adverse events following Gardasil vaccination. There were 71 VAERS reports of death.
True, millions of doses of this vaccine have been distributed and the percentage of adverse reactions may seem small, until it happens to your 10-year-old daughter. We are talking here of a generation of young women (the vaccination can be administered to boys but for this article I will limit the discourse to females).
We are talking of future generations of young ladies and mothers-to-be, placing them at risk with a controversial drug that no one knows what the lost term effects are. There are no studies that can say what illness can develop later in life. The drug is too new.
There is enough evidence present to say why more research needs to be done before going on a mass vaccination scale, a forced one at that. Minister of Health, Bheri Ramsaran, talks about needing evidence of the adverse effect of the drug. I suggest that the good doctor do some research on the history of the development and the marketing of this drug. This drug is nothing but a big public health experiment.