[SaneVax: Grandmasters of the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program heard a Gardasil injury claim involving primary ovarian failure in two Wisconsin girls eleven months ago…..still no decision. What is wrong with this picture?
Taxpayers contribute money for the development of vaccines, the examination of their safety and efficacy, vaccine approval decisions, vaccine recommendation decisions, vaccine marketing, vaccines purchases and the fund for compensation of those injured by vaccines. One would think when a taxpayer’s child is injured a rapid decision would be forthcoming. Perhaps some of the federal agencies involved in these programs need to read their mission statements again.]
Still no ruling in Mount Horeb sisters’ HPV vaccine injury claim
By David Wahlberg, Wisconsin State Journal, 20 Oct 2014
Eleven months after a federal court in Washington, D.C., heard a claim from Mount Horeb sisters that the vaccine to protect against human papillomavirus, or HPV, caused their ovaries to stop producing eggs, it is not clear when the court will issue a ruling.
In November, the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, a special court that evaluates claims of harm from vaccines, heard the claim by Madelyne Meylor, 21, and Olivia Meylor, 20.
The women were diagnosed with premature ovarian failure at age 16, shortly after getting three doses of the vaccine Gardasil, which is recommended for girls and boys ages 11 and 12 to protect against cervical cancer, throat cancer, genital warts and other conditions.