Two bills are being proposed in NY state:
-Mandatory HPV vaccination of elementary school kids without the need for parental consent
-No requirement to inform parents before or afterwards https://nwsdy.li/2OgeSuH
OH HELL NO.
You do NOT inject chemicals into my child and NOT TELL ME ABOUT IT?
I keep a record of every vaccination my children have ever received. Those records are important. New York thinks it should be ok to give a vaccine to a child and NOT inform the parent.
(Rhode Island, Virginia and the District of Columbia require HPV immunization before kids can go to school and eight other states are considering similar proposals, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.)
The HPV market promises an estimated $5 billion to $7 billion in sales by 2025 as the shot once sold as protection for girls and women against sexually transmitted warts transformed into a lucrative cervical cancer shield being promoted to both female and male ages 9-45.
“Safe and effective” is a lie. The science is far from settled. Japan suspended its HPV vaccination program aimed at teen girls after researchers reported adverse symptoms from chronic pain and motor impairment following immunization. Denmark reported multiple cases of girls developing autonomic dysfunction and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome after receiving HPV shots. In New York, a 21-year-old woman died of heart arrhythmia induced by an autoimmune response to the HPV vaccine; her family sued the U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary in federal court (private drug makers are shielded from liability) and received compensation for their daughter’s vaccine-caused death in 2017. Government watchdog Judicial Watch reported in 2013 that the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program had paid out nearly $6 million in claims to 49 victims of the HPV vaccine, including two deaths.
A 2015 study published in Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics reported that HPV vaccines failed to protect young women from certain high-risk HPV types and that more study was needed “to determine its effectiveness in a real-world setting.” Meanwhile, French oncologist Gerard Delepine has reported a paradoxical effect of HPV vaccines on cancer rates across Europe: While other countries have reported increased cervical cancer rates as HPV vaccine uptake has risen since Gardasil was introduced in 2006, France (which has a low 15% uptake) saw steady declines between 1995-2017.