Excerpted from the Alliance for Human Research Protection. AHRP.
Vaccine Witch Hunts on the Rise
Two outrageous examples of institutional abuse aimed at silencing a mother & a lawyer to protect vaccine uptake.
- The bizarre case of retaliation against a mother whose 22-month old baby was a victim of medical negligence
Texas officials are riding roughshod against Anita Vasquez, the mother of Aniya Blu Vasquez, a 22-month toddler who was the victim of a medical negligence. A doctor had mistakenly injected the baby with the human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) vaccine that was meant for her 14 year-old brother.
When Merck launched its HPV vaccine, Gardasil® in 2008, Governor Rick Perry issued an order mandating the vaccine on girls. However, a public outcry led the legislature overturned his order.] Ten years later, officials of the Texas Department of “Family and Protective Services” seek to terminate the mother’s parental rights – the most sacred relationship among humans and mammals alike. The reason?
stead of taking the mother’s observations seriously, state-employed doctors and social workers declared her guilty of Munchausen by proxy — an accusation akin to declaring someone a witch! The accused has a no-win defense.
The state seeks the draconian punishment – loss of parental rights to her daughter – because she dared complain that her daughter has suffered adverse health effects following the unapproved exposure of a 22-month old toddler to the hazards associated with Merck’s Gardasil 9 vaccine.
The HPV vaccine is linked to an array of painful, debilitating adverse effects documented worldwide. The HPV vaccine is at the center of an acrimonious, heated dispute. In Japan the government removed the HPV vaccine from its list of recommended vaccines following protests by girls and young women who suffer severe adverse effects.
The dispute regarding this vaccine has erupted in a fracas even within the Cochrane Collaboration, most of whose reviews are limited to reports that purport to find each government-recommended vaccine “safe and effective”. However, the HPV vaccine pits the UK branch of the Cochrane against the Danish branch. [Read Appendix 9: Betrayal of Public Trust]
A recent study published in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health (2018) by Dr. Gayle DeLong, a statistician, examined CDC data on live births in females aged 25-29 which found a decline in birth rates. She posits that the HPV vaccine impacted pregnancies, reducing birth rates. [Dr. DeLong further elaborated on her study at Age of Autism] Read more here.