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Gardasil distribution stalled in France pending government-ordered study
The distribution of Merck’s human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil has been halted in France, where a government-appointed group of immunologists and other researchers has been formed to determine if the benefits of the vaccine are worth the risks.
Group offers support network for girls injured by Gardasil
Girls who believe they have been harmed by Merck’s human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine and their families shouldn’t have to feel alone when dealing with the devastating effects many people believe the drug can have, thanks to an international outreach of
Whose Gardasil study is this, anyway?
The results of a recently completed study were reported in USA Today on Jan. 28, which definitively declared that the HPV vaccine Gardasil does not trigger autoimmune disorders. The research was conducted in the wake of public outcry and concern
New recommendations for Gardasil vaccine may put boys at risk
Despite outcry from parents of girls who have received the HPV vaccine Gardasil, and criticism about the vaccine’s effectiveness from one of its own creators, this month the American Academy of Pediatrics endorsed its use for boys. This follows a
CDC recommends expansion of Gardasil use to boys
As expected, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory committee this week recommended expanding the use of the Gardasil vaccine, manufactured by Merck, to include boys and young men. The vaccine, which targets the human papillomavirus (HPV),
Did Bachmann overblow Gardasil side effects? What are the risks?
In this week’s GOP Presidential debate, candidate Michele Bachmann criticized Texas Governor and presidential candidate Rick Perry for his attempt to mandate the use of Gardasil in his state. Gardasil, manufactured by Merck, is promoted as a preventive treatment against
Gardasil: do the benefits really outweigh the risks?
There is much debate about the vaccine Gardasil, which was introduced in 2006 for girls, and marketed as a weapon against cervical cancer. The vaccine actually targets human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted virus that is linked to the development
Vaccine watchdog group promotes letter writing campaign against Gardasil
S.A.N.E. Vax, Inc., a non-profit organization established to promote safe, affordable, necessary, effective vaccines and vaccination practices, has announced a combined effort of concerned citizens worldwide to insist on government compliance with regulations and guidelines in the implementation and monitoring
Gardasil rushed to market despite low benefit vs risk ratio
Gardasil, a vaccine manufactured by Merck and promoted as a prevention for cervical cancer, was approved by the FDA in 2006. Later the same month, the vaccine was added to a list of recommended vaccines for girls ages 11-12 years.
Video links young woman’s illness to Gardasil vaccinations
Teenager Kirsten Jamison made a short film in 2009, dedicated to her friend Gabby Swank, who she said was seriously injured after receiving a series of Gardasil vaccines. The vaccine has been promoted since 2006 for girls and young women,