Two sisters from Mount Horeb say a cervical cancer vaccine shut down their ovaries and almost certainly left them unable to get pregnant, a claim scheduled for a hearing Thursday and Friday in federal court in Washington, D.C.Read more: http://host.madison.com/news/local/health_med_fit/sisters-hpv-vaccine-injury-claim-heads-to-federal-court/article_53ce9006-cc4b-5547-b1d2-6beb49417a02.html#ixzz2jyxiLvtQ
Madelyne Meylor, 20, and Olivia Meylor, 19, say their premature ovarian failure came from the vaccine against human papillomavirus, or HPV.
It’s the first allegation that the vaccine caused the condition to reach a hearing through the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, said their attorney, Mark Krueger, of Baraboo.
Health officials recommend three doses of the vaccine against HPV, a sexually transmitted virus, for girls and boys ages 11 and 12 to protect against cervical cancer, throat cancer, genital warts and other conditions. Two brands are available: Gardasil, approved in 2006, and Cervarix, approved in 2009.
The vaccine injury program has awarded payments for HPV vaccine injuries in 68 cases for a total of at least $5.9 million, according to the federal government and Judicial Watch, a nonpartisan foundation. The program has dismissed 63 claims and 81 claims are pending.
I really wish that DOCTORS would start reading about this. When we try to explain to doctors we don't want vaccines from an aborted child or are simply unnecessary(chicken pox? really?) we get a .... but, but, but the pamphlet says... response. I'm not against vaccinations per se, but I am against the corporate medical practice of today, to invent a crisis to sell "medicine."