Vaccine linked to sickness
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Listen to a short news story here
Listen to the name of the school...un believable. Well not really.

From news.com.au
Quote:Vaccine linked to sickness

FEDERAL Health Minister Tony Abbott and health authorities have urged parents not to panic over reports that dozens of teenage girls have been sickened by a new cervical cancer vaccine.
In one case being investigated, a girl was left temporarily paralysed and unable to talk after receiving the Australian-developed Gardasil vaccine.
Health authorities have denied the cases are directly related to the immunisation.
Federal Health Minister Tony Abbott and doctors urged parents not to panic, saying the benefits outweighed the small risk of side effects.
Mr Abbott said risks were taken seriously but there was no evidence of a serious problem with the vaccine. Schoolgirls across Australia are being immunised with the breakthrough Gardasil, developed by Professor Ian Frazer.
Australian Medical Association president Mukesh Haikerwal said it was important girls were still vaccinated. "We have got for the first time a vaccine that prevents cancer," Dr Haikerwal said. Sacred Heart Girls' College student Natasha D'Souza was treated after she was temporarily paralysed and unable to talk for hours after her injection at the Oakleigh school on May 7. The Royal Children's Hospital said the vaccine was not to blame and tests on the girl were continuing today.
Natasha D'Souza was one of seven Victorian students taken to hospital after vaccinations this month. Most fainted or complained of feeling dizzy.
Sacred Heart Girls' College principal Christopher Dalton said today that 26 girls were taken to the school sick bay after injections. Five were taken to the Monash Medical Centre, but hospital staff ruled out vaccine complications. "It is not uncommon for girls of this age group to react to vaccinations in ways that are not necessarily physical in origin," Mr Dalton said. The school will press ahead with more vaccinations next month. Parents' permission is sought before students line up for shots, which is given in three doses over six months. Hundreds of girls in the US have reported reactions such as temporary paralysis, fainting and broken bones from falling over after receiving the shot.
Gardasil protects against strains of the human papilloma virus, or HPV, that leads to most cervical cancers.

hmmmm
. So if you don't get this needle, you'll end up crook. And if you do get this needle, you'll end up crook...and if you lead a non-promiscuous life style, you'll be apples. Yay!

I cannot believe that they are giving it to 12 year old girls...whats that telling them? Situations like these always remind me of a Simpson's
episode
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#2
I am so glad I don't immunise my children.
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#3
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"We have got for the first time a vaccine that prevents cancer," Dr Haikerwal said

And of course that has definitely not been proven. 

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Five were taken to the Monash Medical Centre, but hospital staff ruled out vaccine complications

Of course!  Anything but the vaccine! They are women, right?  So it's probably merely hysteria.  You can't reason with them, you know. 

I wonder how much paralysis and broken bones it will take before they quietly take this off the market?


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#4
How alarming! I just don't trust the FDA at all any more.  And I never trusted the drug companies.
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Liza_Do_A_Lot Wrote:I am so glad I don't immunise my children.


Against anything?  You've heard of Louis Pasteur (a Catholic, by the way) and the germ theory, right?
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spasiisochrani,

I don't know if bringing up Pasteur is a good idea on this forum.  Lots of raw milk advocates are around!  =P

Pinoy Monk

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spasiisochrani Wrote:
Liza_Do_A_Lot Wrote:I am so glad I don't immunise my children.


Against anything?  You've heard of Louis Pasteur (a Catholic, by the way) and the germ theory, right?

There are numerous problems with immunization and the germ theory is the least of them. NVIC is a good place to start for more information.
S.A.G. ~ Kathy ~ Sanguine-choleric. Have fun...or else.

Adoramus te, Christe, et benedicimus tibi, quia per sanctam crucem tuam redemisti mundum.
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#8
Just reading this article makes me feel very very sick. Is there an immunisation against that ?
They want our young girls sexually active. Ugly schools pumping ugly drugs into our lovely young girls so as they can be little items of pleasure without side effects. Stupid parents nod nodding all the way.


- Marty, please post the advertising photo for the disgusting drug (I still havn't worked out how to do it and you are a very impatient teacher)
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equaly impatient mother Wrote:...I still havn't worked out how to do it and you are a very impatient teacher

Here...
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