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article imageGirl suffers brain damage after cervical cancer vaccine

By Andrew Moran     Oct 7, 2009 in Health
In Britain, a teenage girl has suffered from seizures and brain damage after taking the Cervarix cervical cancer vaccine, which protects teenage girls from contracting the cancer. This is one of many cases related to the vaccine.
An 18-year-old British girl has now become “zombified” after suffering seizures and brain damage from a cervical cancer jab, which is being done to girls between 13 and 14-years-old across the United Kingdom, according The Sun.
The parents of the girl, Stacey Jones of Bilston in the West Midlands of England, believe it was the affects of the Cervarix vaccine that triggered the brain damage, which has caused Jones to re-learn the basic tasks of life such as making a sandwich, according to LifeSiteNews.
Her mother told The Sun, “She was such a lovely, happy-go-lucky girl, now she is just a shell. I really feel she has been used as a guinea pig. I don't think there is enough evidence that the vaccination programme is safe - this all happened days after Stacey was given the vaccine. We don't have any other explanation for what triggered her brain injury."
Last month, Digital Journal reported a similar case that occurred in Britain after a 14-year-old girl died hours after being injected with the Cervarix vaccine but post-mortem autopsy shows she passed away from a chest tumor that was completely unrelated to the jab.
The maker of Cervarix, GlaxoSmithKline, persists in stating that the vaccine carries “no long-term side-effects.”
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