It seems that Gardasil and its competitor in the HPV vaccine category Cervarix are recieving far more scrutiny for the injuries they may be causing than routine vaccinations given to infants. This is likely because the target group, teen girls, can express their adverse effects far more so than babies, whose cries go ignored by most doctors following vaccine injury. This from the UK:
LEADING scientists and doctors have raised fresh concerns about the safety of a cervical cancer vaccine.
They have accused the manufacturers of Cervarix and another jab, Gardasil, of making misleading claims.
More than 1,300 British girls have reported adverse reactions to Cervarix, ranging from paralysis to convulsions and sight problems.
Hailed as a wonder drug, it is claimed the jab will give 70 per cent protection from the disease to every girl under 18 by 2011.
Earlier this month the Sunday Express revealed the story of Rebecca Ramagge, 13, of Reigate, Surrey, who has been unable to walk for six months because of a joint disorder.
Rebecca’s paediatrician blames her condition on Cervarix.