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VAERS reports one girl died post-Gardasil vaccination, there were 14 life-threatening situations and 31 girls became disabled after Perry’s attempt to issue an executive order. TABLE=ON&GROUP1=AGE&GROUP2=SEX&EVENTS=ON&VAX=HPV&VAX=HPV2&VAX=HPV4&RECOVD=No&STATE=TX 13. Our primary goal is to provide scientific information/resources for those concerned about vaccine safety, efficacy and need.The effort to introduce the drug into Texas schools turned into one of Perry’s greatest defeats. TABLE=ON&GROUP1=AGE&GROUP2=SEX&EVENTS=ON&VAX=HPV&VAX=HPV2&VAX=HPV4&X_STAY=Yes&STATE=TX 12. Those numbers have now risen to over 22,000 and yet, it took political posturing for Perry to admit his ‘mistake.’In addition the executive order mandated that the Department of State Health Services make the HPV vaccine available through the Texas Vaccines for Children program for eligible young females up to age 18, and the Health and Human Services Commission shall make the vaccine available to Medicaid-eligible young females from age 19 to 21. That means that the private sector that refuses to buy into the HPV vaccine scheme would now pay for Merck’s Gardasil hoax. According to VAERS, Texas has had its fair share of reports of adverse reactions: As of July 12, 2011 the total number HPV vaccine adverse events reported to VAERS is 22,619 – with an estimated 1 to 10% of the HPV vaccine injured population reporting.419,170 reports are from the U. – 3,127 of those events are from unknown locations.914 reports out of the 19,170 reports are from Texas. TABLE=ON&GROUP1=AGE&GROUP2=SEX&EVENTS=ON&VAX=HPV&VAX=HPV2&VAX=HPV4&DIED=Yes&STATE=TX 7. But considering the fact that 3,127 reports have an unknown location, this number could be higher.5Gardasil Adverse Events in Texas:• One death report of a 26 year old woman who died Nov 20076• 67 reports are listed as serious7• 14 reports of Life threatening situations8• 433 reports of emergency room visits9• 45 reports of hospitalization10• 10 reports extended hospital stay11• 174 reports where the girls did not recover from their injuries12• 31 reports of girls now disabled13Is this a man who ignores his constituency in favor of Big Pharma? TABLE=ON&GROUP1=STA&EVENTS=ON&VAX=HPV&VAX=HPV2&VAX=HPV4 6. Parents must renew exemption affidavits every two years to maintain their validity, according to Allison Lowery, assistant press officer at the Texas Department of State Health Services.We thought the opt-out form for public-school students proved Perry correct until we learned that not all private schools accept the affidavit.Texas was the first state to require that schoolgirls get vaccinated against a multi-strain virus to prevent ‘cervical cancer.’ Unfortunately, the National Cancer Institute has not directly linked the virus to cervical cancer.1Is this poor judgment from a man running for president? TABLE=ON&GROUP1=AGE&GROUP2=SEX&EVENTS=ON&VAX=HPV&VAX=HPV2&VAX=HPV4&L_THREAT=Yes&STATE=TX 9.
Perry has stood by his action, most recently casting it as having created an optional vaccination requirement. That form, which has been available since 2003, enables parents to enroll their children in public school even if they lack state-required immunizations.Apartments in Washington Attorneys in Washington Auto Dealers in Washington Auto Parts in Washington Auto Repair in Washington Beauty Salons in Washington Car Rental in Washington Dentists in Washington Doctors in Washington Flowers in Washington Hotels in Washington Insurance in Washington Loans in Washington Mortgages in Washington Movers in Washington Pizza in Washington Realtors in Washington Restaurants in Washington Storage in Washington Tax Preparation in Washington Travel in Washington Featured More...Lauren Fant winces as she has her third and final application of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine administered by nurse Stephanie Pearson at a doctor’s office in Marietta, Georgia, on Dec. (Associated Press) **FILE** more A decade after the Food and Drug Administration approved a vaccine for sexually transmitted HPV, many parents remain doubtful about the worthiness of the shot and the message it sends to children about sex.Yet 10 states in the past year alone tried and failed to pass bills that would mandate the vaccine or educate parents about it, and Rhode Island’s health department continues to face backlash from state lawmakers and parents who say its mandatory vaccination of seventh-graders starting in fall 2015 amounts to executive overreach.A coalition that opposes the mandate says parents should be able to discuss sex-related issues on their terms and that the spread of HPV in particular falls outside of the school system’s purview.“You’re not going to spread it in the classroom.
"The HPV vaccine has been shown to be safe and well-tolerated based on multiple medical reports that have been submitted through government databases," Dr.