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HSE ignores pleas about vaccination

September 5th, 2015 9:39 AM

By Southern Star Team

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Letters to EditorSIR – It is nothing short of a national scandal that the HSE continues to ignore the pleas of Irish parents whose daughters have suffered horrific side effects following vaccination with Gardasil, the vaccine the HSE falsely claims as proven to protect against HPV-related cervical cancer.

All these parents are asking is for the HSE to stop the vaccination programme going ahead in our secondary schools this year, so that other girls will not have to suffer as their precious daughters have suffered. But despite their pleas, the HSE is determined to go ahead, and schools have already been notified to prepare to administer the suspect vaccine to first year girls.

Following vaccination with this vaccine, the daughters of over fifty Irish families are now seriously ill with debilitating illnesses including persistent headaches, sore throats, joint and/or muscle pains, memory impairment, menstrual problems, seizures, auto immune illnesses, chronic fatigue, depression, psychiatric illnesses and other unexplained illnesses (see www.regret.ie). Parents say they would never have agreed to the vaccine had they been fully informed about the risks involved.

The number of similar reports internationally continues to escalate and is causing increasing alarm and anger among families. In other countries parents whose daughters died after being injected with the Gardasil vaccine are battling for justice against the political might of the pharmaceutical companies who apparently are disclaiming responsibility for the injuries and deaths.

Parents of young teenage girls must not be fooled or coerced by Government or by the HSE or by clever media campaigns into having their daughters vaccinated with a vaccine that may cause any of the above injuries or death.

HPV-related cervical cancer is fully preventable (confirmed by the HIQA report) without resorting to this dangerous, ineffective and unnecessary vaccine.

Sincerely,

Mrs Theresa Heaney,

Mothers Alliance Ire land,

Timoleague.

Letters to EditorSIR – It is nothing short of a national scandal that the HSE continues to ignore the pleas of Irish parents whose daughters have suffered horrific side effects following vaccination with Gardasil, the vaccine the HSE falsely claims as proven to protect against HPV-related cervical cancer.

All these parents are asking is for the HSE to stop the vaccination programme going ahead in our secondary schools this year, so that other girls will not have to suffer as their precious daughters have suffered. But despite their pleas, the HSE is determined to go ahead, and schools have already been notified to prepare to administer the suspect vaccine to first year girls.

Following vaccination with this vaccine, the daughters of over fifty Irish families are now seriously ill with debilitating illnesses including persistent headaches, sore throats, joint and/or muscle pains, memory impairment, menstrual problems, seizures, auto immune illnesses, chronic fatigue, depression, psychiatric illnesses and other unexplained illnesses (see www.regret.ie). Parents say they would never have agreed to the vaccine had they been fully informed about the risks involved.

The number of similar reports internationally continues to escalate and is causing increasing alarm and anger among families. In other countries parents whose daughters died after being injected with the Gardasil vaccine are battling for justice against the political might of the pharmaceutical companies who apparently are disclaiming responsibility for the injuries and deaths.

Parents of young teenage girls must not be fooled or coerced by Government or by the HSE or by clever media campaigns into having their daughters vaccinated with a vaccine that may cause any of the above injuries or death.

HPV-related cervical cancer is fully preventable (confirmed by the HIQA report) without resorting to this dangerous, ineffective and unnecessary vaccine.

Sincerely,

Mrs Theresa Heaney,

Mothers Alliance Ire land,

Timoleague.

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