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Op-Ed: Is there benefit to the Gardasil vaccine? Opponents say no

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is given to prevent the risk of cancer associated with HPV and is typically administered between the ages of eight and 26. Opponents argue that not only is the vaccine risky, but it is of no value.

United States CDC announces an HPV vaccine recall

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was informed by Merck on Monday that the pharmaceutical company planned to recall one lot of Gardasil [Human Papillomavirus Quadrivalent (types 6, 11, 16, and 18) Vaccine, Recombinant].

Study: Teenager nearly blinded after HPV virus vaccination

In their report, two pediatric physicians and a pathologist recommend larger study of the link between HPV virus vaccine and damage to the central nervous system.

Lawyers Filing Suit - Gardasil Has Suspected Link To Paralysis, Brain Damage & Death

Fed's are probing into records of over 8,000 adverse events reported since the 2006 FDA approval of the Merck vaccine touted as an HPV cancer preventative. Side effects reported include paralysis, immune system disorders and a record of 18 possible deaths

Op-Ed: Are young girls becoming guinea pigs when given unproven drugs for their ages

Is Gardasil safe for young girls? Why is the government and Merck pushing it to be mandatory for girls as young as nine years old to be vaccinated with Gardasil? Can it have some serious side effects or even cause death?

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