30.07.2010 | Author: vaccineinjuryhelpcenter | Posted in Health & Fitness
Gardasil blood clots and other serious side effects have been associated with Gardasil. Gardasil is a vaccine designed to prevent certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV). These HPV types are associated with a great percentage of cervical cancer cases as well as a smaller percentage of other types of cancers. According to the Merck, the manufacturer of the drug, the vaccine cannot treat, it can only prevent, so it must be given before HPV infection develops. In fact, the FDA has suggested that the vaccine be given before adolescence. The reason for this is that some HPV strains are sexually transmitted. The idea is that by giving the vaccine before adolescence, it will be given before sexual activity begins. Merck is working diligently to ensure that all the families of all young females will be forced to subject their daughters to this potentially harmful vaccine. At Vaccine Injury Help Center we have real attorneys that understand your apprehension.
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