Criminal complaints have been filed in France against yet to be named defendants regarding severe injuries after Gardasil vaccinations. The complaints were filed by Camille Krouchner on behalf of ten young women, ages 18 to 24, suffering from a variety of autoimmune disorders including lupus, Guillain-Barré, ADEM, idiopathic hypersomnia and multiple sclerosis after being injected with the HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
According to lead Counsel, Camille Kouchner, the reason Sanofli Pasteur MSD is not directly named as the only defendant is because:
The one thing these young women have in common is they have all contracted severely debilitating diseases in the weeks and months following vaccination when they had no medical history. There are many stakeholders and (we) must seek everyone’s responsibility
According to French philosopher and social scientist, Elena Pasca:
You cannot kill the Gardasil based on singular stories, scientific demonstration is required; but there is circumstantial evidence against the vaccine.
Ms. Pasca is absolutely correct. Scientific validation should be required – if safety of the vaccine for some individuals was the only issue at hand. Unfortunately, that is not the case.
According to Dr. Spinosa, gynecologist from Switzerland, analysis of peer-reviewed studies of Gardasil’s efficacy indicates:
Even if we vaccinated 85% of girls aged 12 until 2060, assuming it (Gardasil) is 100% effective and immune for life – after 52 years, cervical cancer would decrease 10%; cervical cancer mortality by 13%…
The SaneVax Team believes it is high time government health authorities take the concerns of medical/scientific experts seriously. The issue of side-effects and HPV vaccines should have never arisen.
When injecting a healthy population against one risk factor for cervical cancer – NO RISK TO CURRENT HEALTH IS ACCEPTABLE – particularly when said vaccine has not been proven to eliminate even one case of cervical cancer.
Exposing all women to an unproven vaccine is an unnecessary risk when Pap screening is an effective preventative program. Until the benefits and risks of HPV vaccines are properly established it is unethical to recommend these vaccines in school programs and the concerned Australian community would like the government to address these issues.
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