Concerns Grow as Gardasil, the Cervical Cancer Vaccine, is Linked to Three Deaths
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Interviewer: You know, sometimes when you communicate, unlike u-tube but someplace you could email and I get beginning email from a guy that dresses up like a terrorist, he calls him antiger. He sent me a little email like about the three debts allegedly falling at vaccination, which I give, got us all. Now, I could less something vaguely, I wrote the company and I got nothing back at it was at the back of my head and I’ve given that vaccine and I thought was very safe. He brought to my attention an article. And then I get to search and I found tons of articles discussing complications to the vaccine. You looked at them didn’t you? Male: Yes. Interview: And if you have a daughter or a granddaughter that was at the right age to get the vaccine, and you saw all that information, will you be that concern? Male: I would be very concerned about letting her take the cardisol vaccination. Interviewer: And you’ve been watching those shows, today's show, and these ads, how its going to leave out or reduce your risk to circle concern girls, it’s that true? Male: Yes, they have very good live results with… Interviwer: Okay, but the thing is, it’s a theory, it means they may prevent HP, you know human papiloma virus. It will cut it down by 70%. That is the probably the major reason to get the cancer and it make sense, it’s a theory, we do not have 20 years experience with the vaccine. And you see the big push primer shaft and gone to get it all over the country mandated so states are going to think about it. Some states will vote into it. People will off and on. I do not know if I want the vaccine they did. I want the vaccine to be a decision, there is a parish giving all the good information, the bad information, the sources have come from. Male: It is still dead shot. Interviewer: yeah. I think they should make the decision Male: Yeah, and the parents should be the final people making the decision. The drug companies are offering the information to make you aware of it. To educate you about it. But the state should act to find or indicate that your daughter has to have the vaccination, it should be issued. If they are absorbing all of this knowledge about the vaccine, the parents should be the one to make the final decision. Of course discuss it with your daughter tool. Interviewer: If we agreed that the disease that could spread from kid to kid in school by cooping cough or some meningitis, it’s a good idea that the whole group should be protected. We don’t argue with that, lots of vaccine has a good safe tract record. Male: Right. Interviewer: Okay. This is one that probably wont contract in high school. Male: Right. Interviewer: Okay. We know that girls and boys do play around the high school, so there is a certain risk factor getting that particular virus which could be the reason you could get several cancer. But if it’s mandated and your kid gets a turnable reaction, who’s at fault? Sue the governor? Sue the legislator? Male: The vaccine has not been out long enough to get the final results on the effect on humans. Interviewer: So in other word, we think it should be a decision. You agree with me. Not over you, with you. In other words, you are superior. If you have a daughter, like we have a daughter, you would like that decision, from all the facts that we have, a good stuff, maybe this is not true, maybe this is just isolated incidence. If does he like concern of Guilian barre, so Amy can you give a shot and you can get this neurological reaction where there could be some paralysis, that could be trict temporary, it could be permanent. It happened while this swine flu about 60 cases for all that. So it’s great concern. So you agree with me. It should be a parent decision, with the right information given by their pediatrician or GP. And together, we come warn that they can accept and the kid is old enough, and talk him, already adults; it should be part of their decision too. Male: Yeah, yeah
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