Vaccine Truth By Jeffry John Aufderheide | March 7th, 2011 Just like reading a label on products purchased at the grocery store, parents should read and understand what a pediatrician could be injecting into their child – before they vaccinate them. Often times parents are discouraged from looking deeper into the matter because some pediatricians […]
Planned documentary explores the dangers of HPV vaccine Honolulu Weekly by Margot Seeto | Mar 2, 2011 “People don’t just fall over dead.” The One More Girl project / Why would two young men make a documentary about women’s health? For brothers Ryan and David Richardson, who live in Honolulu, the personal became the political. […]
Herald Sun Marianne Betts March 01, 2011 6:00AM A QUARTER of young girls are forsaking a life-saving cervical cancer vaccine because of ignorance. Two studies suggested an alarming lack of knowledge was to blame for many girls aged 12-13 not taking up the vaccine, Cancer Council spokeswoman Kate Broun said. The Gardasil jab, which protects […]
International Medical Council on Vaccination By admin – August 26, 2009 Russell Blaylock MD, neurosurgeon [USA] [Host: Mayer Eisenstein, MD, JD, MPH] Dr. Blaylock will speak about vaccines and their relationship to microglia cells and the release of free radicals in the brain. Dr. Blaylock is a nationally recognized board-certified neurosurgeon, health practitioner, author and […]
February 28, 2011
Prepared by the SaneVax Team
SaneVax Analysis of VAERS Reports Post-HPV Vaccination
The SaneVax Team is working to prepare symptom-specific analyses of adverse events experienced after HPV vaccination with Gardasil® and Cervarix®, the currently FDA approved vaccines being marketed as cervical cancer prevention measures. All information in these reports comes directly from VAERS, the vaccine adverse event reporting system in the United States.
SaneVax Inc. is well aware of the limitations to the VAERS system. Not all adverse events are reported. The best estimates to date indicate only 1-10% of adverse events are actually filed in the system. Because VAERS is a voluntary system, and anyone can report an injury, there may be duplicate and/or heresay reports. Nevertheless, the system is the best we have to work with.