The HPV Vaccine has been getting a lot of unwanted attention over the last few years, attention in the form of severe side effects and even death. So it comes as no surprise to find out that the majority of Parents do not support the Vaccine.
The Daily Mail reports:
The majority of parents would not support the HPV vaccine being administered in schools – unless they can opt out, a new survey reveals.
Last month the American Cancer Society updated its official guidelines to recommend that all children be immunized, regardless of gender.
It means boys and girls aged between 11 and 12 should start receiving the three-shot jab to protect against human papilloma virus (HPV), which can cause various cancers.
But fewer than one in five parents (21 per cent) agreed that laws requiring HPV vaccination for school entry are a ‘good idea’, according to research by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The journal Cancer, Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention will publish the findings online on August 19 and in its print edition September 1
Of course, any claims made that the HPV Vaccine has caused injury have been dismissed and so far no blame has been placed on the HPV Vaccine as a cause of the alleged adverse effects and deaths. But the daily increasing numbers of parents reporting injuries following the HPV Vaccine are cause for some serious concerns regarding the Vaccines safety.
The daily increasing numbers of parents reporting injuries following the HPV Vaccine are cause for some serious concerns regarding the Vaccines safety. However, as the allegations of adverse effects go into overdrive the media propaganda increases to try and increase the Vaccines uptake. We are currently seeing a huge push trying to convince parents that the Boys should also get the jab (‘Why Your Daughter (and Son) Need the HPV Vaccine’ and ‘Why My Son Got The HPV Vaccine‘ )