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STATEMENT OF SUPPORT FOR IRISH FAMILIES AFFECTED BY HPV VACCINATION

A statement of support for Irish families from UK campaign group, Time For Action – UK Families Affected by HPV Vaccination 31st August 2017 Media reports of families in Ireland who have reported serious health problems experienced by their daughters after HPV vaccination have been read by families in the UK and beyond. The UK Time For Action campaign team want to take this opportunity to express our support for these vulnerable Irish families and our alarm at the media attacks and these families being labelled as ’emotional terrorists’. Whilst we appreciate that the HPV vaccination may have been...

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EXTENDING HPV VACCINATION TO BOYS – AN OPEN LETTER TO THE JCVI

OPEN LETTER TO THE JCVI 28th August 2017 jcvi-consultation@phe.gov.uk Dear JCVI members We write in response to the consultation concerning the deployment of the HPV vaccination to teenage boys as part of the NHS schedule. Whilst we appreciate that the vaccination may have been given to millions of girls without adverse reactions and that it may well be of health benefit to them in the future, we write as parents of girls who have developed severe, life-limiting illness within close proximity of having the HPV vaccination. Our daughters have been ill for a long time, in some cases for...

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Thousands of girls report feeling seriously ill after routine school cancer vaccination

31st May 2015, by Paul Gallagher, Independent on Sunday Thousands of girls report feeling seriously ill after routine school cancer vaccination When Caron Ryalls was asked to sign consent forms so that her then 13-year-old daughter, Emily, could be vaccinated against cervical cancer, she assumed it was the best way to protect Emily’s long-term health. Yet the past four years have turned into a nightmare for the family as Emily soon suffered apparent side effects. Only two weeks after her first HPV injection, the teenager experienced dizziness and nausea. “The symptoms grew increasingly worse after the second and third...

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Is the HPV vaccine too good to be true? Girls who regret having the jab

27th January 2015, by Christina Earle, The Sun Is the HPV vaccine too good to be true? Girls who regret having the jab Vaccines to protect against cancers sound great – but are they too good to be true? Concerns have been raised about the safety of the HPV vaccine, Gardasil, which aims to protect young women from the human papilloma virus that causes cervical cancer and a strain that causes genital warts. According to figures cited last week in Parliament, 2,500 of the 100,000 people vaccinated with Gardasil experienced serious side effects. Just ten people in 100,000 will develop cervical cancer and...

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Side-effects of cancer jab almost killed us

14th April 2014, by Christina Earle, The Sun Side-effects of cancer jab almost killed us A jab to protect your daughter from cancer sounds fantastic. But, just hours after having the HPV vaccine, these three girls say they were left with devastating side-effects – leaving one fighting for her LIFE. And hundreds of others have reported blurred vision and hallucinations. The jab, given to girls aged 12 to 13, is part of a national programme, rolled out in 2008, to protect against cancers caused by the human papillomavirus, including 70 per cent of cervical cancers and many head and neck cancers. Here,...

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Cervical cancer jab left girl, 13, in ‘waking coma’, claim parents

14th November 2011, by Stephen Adams, The Telegraph Cervical cancer jab left girl, 13, in ‘waking coma’, claim parents The parents of a 13-year-old girl believe the cervical cancer jab has left their daughter in what they describe as a “waking coma”. Lucy Hinks started suffering tiredness and flu-like symptoms after having the first two injections of the Cervarix anti-cancer vaccine last autumn. Weeks after having the final injection in May, her health went rapidly downhill and her parents Steve and Pauline say she now sleeps for up to 23 hours a day. They say doctors are now “95...

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Schoolgirl Lucy Hinks plunged into ‘Waking Coma’ after cervical cancer jab

15th November 2011, Huffington Post Schoolgirl Lucy Hinks plunged into ‘Waking Coma’ after cervical cancer jab The parents of a schoolgirl claim their daughter has been left in a “waking coma” after suffering suspected side effects from a cervical cancer jab. Lucy Hinks, 13, began to experience extreme exhaustion soon after having the vaccine alongside classmates at Wigton’s Nelson Thomlinson School in Cumbria. Since then, her parents say her health has deteriorated so much that she has not opened her eyes for seven weeks and is unable to walk or talk. Lucy’s mother, Pauline, and father, Steve, told The...

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Two thousand schoolgirls suffer suspected ill-effects from cervical cancer vaccine

12th September 2009, by Laura Donnelly, The Telegraph Two thousand schoolgirls suffer suspected ill-effects from cervical cancer vaccine Thousands of schoolgirls have suffered suspected adverse reactions to a controversial cervical cancer vaccine introduced by the Government. Doctors’ reports show that girls of 12 and 13 have experienced convulsions, fever and paralysis after being given the vaccine, which is now administered in schools as part of efforts to prevent women developing cancer. Others suffered nausea, muscle weakness, dizziness and blurred vision, according to a special report drawn up by drug safety watchdogs. A support group says it has received dozens...

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Experts cast doubt on claim for ‘wonder’ cancer jabs

31st May 2009, by Lucy Johnston and Martyn Halle, Daily Express Experts cast doubt on claim for ‘wonder’ cancer jabs 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...

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Cervical cancer vaccine ‘is safe’ insist ministers

18th May 2009, Devonlive.com Cervical cancer vaccine is ‘safe’ A jab to help prevent cervical cancer that is the subject of a legal challenge by a Devon youngster is safe, ministers have insisted. Sounding a warning at Westminster, Health Minister Dawn Primarolo said it was important to deal “with the science, not the supposition, and with the evidence, not the hearsay or opinion”. She referred to the previous MMR vaccine scare, which had led to an “explosion” in measles and mumps cases because injections were not taken up. The vaccination programme, which began last September, is being carried out to protect women against the most common...

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Reigate teen unable to walk without crutches after cancer jab

14th May 2009, Surrey Mirror Reigate teen unable to walk without crutches after cancer jab A sport-loving teenager is unable to walk without crutches after being vaccinated with a controversial cervical cancer “wonder drug”. Rebecca Ramagge, 13, has suffered excruciating joint pain and fatigue since being administered three Cervarix jabs, against the cervical cancer-causing HPV virus, between September 2008 and March this year. She also suffers dizziness, chronic fatigue, aching muscles, sight problems and nausea on a daily basis. The pain and discomfort has become so great that she is often unable to attend her lessons at St Bede’s School, Redhill. Her mother,...

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Cancer jab has left me unable to walk

10th May 2009, by Lucy Johnston, Daily Express Cancer jab has left me unable to walk A child specialist has linked the controversial cervical cancer vaccine to a joint disorder that has left a 13-year-old girl unable to walk. Rebecca Ramagge, who has had three doses of the drug in the past six months, suffers agonising joint pains, fatigue, nausea and sight problems. Consultant paediatrician Majeed Jawad has linked her problems to the anti-cancer jab that is being given to girls from the age of 11. It is claimed it will give under-18s 70 per cent protection against the...

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Comparing reported Adverse Reactions to vaccines in UK

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