Preteen girls are more likely than older teens and women to experience adverse side effects within two weeks of receiving Merck’s Gardasil® vaccine, a new Kaiser Permanente study has found. Gardasil®, which is typically administered in a three-shot series, is intended to ward off human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and prevent cervical cancer. Since its debut in 2006, however, the costly vaccine has drawn intense criticism from many doctors, medical researchers, consumer groups, and parents for posing too many health risks while providing little to no benefit. The Kaiser study surveyed 899 girls and women ages 11 to 26 who received ... Read More
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