Thanks for the info – the link (copy & paste) didn’t work for me, but I found another link that I believe is the same article here: [url]http://nursetips.blogspot.com/[/url]
My biggest concern is the mandatory enforcement of all girls using a vaccine with safety issues based on the FDA fasttracked 6 months review and Merck’s surveillance of adverse effects for only 14 days. (I highlighted some of these concerns in my earlier post on forced vaccinations).
I also fear that women attending college may be refused admission if they opt out for medical purposes? I am afraid the colleges will adopt the policy as a safegard for enrollment in the spring semester next year (my daughter could not enroll a few years ago until she had the meningitis vaccine even though she was not living in the dorms). She is very optimistic about returning to school part-time this fall. We have come too far in the past 18 months to risk this type of exposure to another setback. I had downloaded the cber database of events reported concerning gardasil, and there are a few other neurological events reported besides the GBS cases. For some, this could be a bigger, more immediate threat to their health.
In the spirit of perspective, Gardasil may light the way for prevention of other cancers – but as of the current political involvement here in Texas, I remain respectfully cautious.