By Norma Erickson, President of SaneVax Inc.
(NaturalNews) 2007 Ohio: 21 year old college student, Brittney (https://sanevax.org/brittany-from-ohio/), was told by her family doctor she needed the Gardasil vaccine to protect her from getting an HPV (human papillomavirus) infection via an accident at her college lab. Afraid that the doctor may be right and after being assured there were no risks involved, she consented to vaccination with Gardasil. New medical conditions began to appear almost immediately. After the second dose, Brittney lost the use of her legs. Four years and more than 40 medical specialists later, she has still not recovered from the extensive list of ‘new medical conditions’ aka adverse events she began to experience after Gardasil. She still suffers from PGS (Post-Gardasil Syndrome).
2010 California: A mother takes her 13 year old daughter for a routine check-up. When the doctor is informed that they have decided Gardasil is not right for her, the doctor asks to speak with the child alone. After taking the girl into a private room, she is told horror stories about cervical cancer from HPV and informed that she can have the vaccine right now and doesn’t even have to tell her mother. The girl still refuses. The pediatrician then escorts mom and daughter to the waiting room and announces loudly that “Your refusal to take Gardasil puts you at risk of getting cancer and dying should you be raped.”
2011 Canada: A 13-year old girl presents a signed vaccine waiver form for Gardasil to her school nurse. Camille’s mother had even gone so far as to call the school on the morning Gardasil injections were scheduled to make sure there would be no problem with their decision to refuse this particular vaccine. Two school nurses spend a total of 25 minutes threatening, cajoling and intimidating Camille (https://sanevax.org/victim-of-post-g…) until she finally gave in and consented to the injection. She was told not to show her mother the vaccination record. Barely two hours later, she was admitted to the hospital – another victim of Post-Gardasil Syndrome suffering fever, rash, fainting, fatigue, weakness, headaches, stomach pains, urinary infection, and abscesses in her mouth, vision impairment and oral Candida.
February 2011, Tennessee: Wendy’s daughter had been ill. After a couple of weeks, when she was still not feeling quite normal, Wendy decided to take her to the pediatrician for a check-up. The doctor walked in the examining room, looked at the girl’s medical chart, and said she needs her chicken pox vaccination. Wendy informed him that she had already had her chicken pox vaccine. Doctor explained that it was time for a booster, so she agreed.
Then the pediatrician informs Wendy that her daughter will be receiving four shots that day – chicken pox, hepatitis A, meningitis and Gardasil. Wendy had no objections to the first three, but she had done some research on Gardasil and decided this particular vaccine was not right for her daughter. She told the doctor that under no circumstances was her daughter going to get Gardasil.
The doctor proceeded to argue with her, trying very hard to convince her to allow her daughter to get the shot. He went so far as to present arguments like, “What if she is raped? You can drive a car with no insurance, but if you get in an accident – you’re done.” Wendy held her ground – the doctor threw up his arms and left. All of this time, he never inquired about the girl’s illness.
Enter the nurse, with four syringes instead of three. When Wendy informs her that the Gardasil will not be injected, the nurse sternly replies, “Well, he wrote it down and I am giving it to her!” A brief shouting match later, Wendy and her daughter leave the pediatrician’s office – without the Gardasil injection.