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Ireland Fights HPV Vaccine Injury & Pharma Control

The world is watching as Irish communities have gained public, political and mainstream media traction. Irish families have faced an uphill battle against a pharmaceutical invasion of their healthcare system. Loss of informed consent and medical ethics at the hands of the school system has come between parental rights. HPV vaccine injury from Gardasil & Cervarix is mounting as the country’s medical system plays catch-up to help its injured daughters. Yet acknowledgment within Irish healthcare and politics is still slowed by the crippling pharmaceutical control and conflicts of interest that remains.

8 Responses to Ireland Fights HPV Vaccine Injury & Pharma Control

  1. Julie Williams Reply

    May 18, 2016 at 9:00 pm

    Good report from independent journalist. Doesn’t go far enough. Why are people afraid to say the obvious? That big phar-mafia isn’t interested in the health of our children. These are eugenics programs. They don’t give a damn who’s injured or dies. They just make more money when some poor unsuspecting soul is injured and if they die? Oh well.. That’s not their problem. Better wake up folks.

    • Hannah Reply

      May 19, 2016 at 9:13 am

      Comments like these are damaging to all the rational, educated people who are choosing not to vaccinate, and I wish they could be removed.

      • Suzanne Reply

        July 9, 2016 at 9:20 pm

        The drug industry would like that…silence those who know what is going on. Cervical cancer is preventable by regular pap smears. They don’t deny that but they don’t advertise that either. It is a slow growing cancer and any abnormalities will be caught before they turn into cancer. However, the vaccination actually causes two very dangerous and fast growing cancers which pap smears cannot prevent. Don’t take my word for it…research. The information is out there… If you can find the trials before Gardasil was approved..all that information was listed by the researches..the ones not paid by Merck.

  2. Linda Marek Reply

    May 17, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    I don’t know how long it’s going to take Canadians to wake up. Thank goodness for Ireland stepping up. I hope government won’t turn a blind eye and ignore the evidence.

  3. James Reply

    May 17, 2016 at 5:11 pm

    Look at crippled military around the world complaining of immunizations in the last couple decades. It’s time to go after the key people behind the push for immunizations causing harm and find out why they didn’t know about the harm immunizations are causing. Someone needs to be accountable and responsible especially for deaths caused.

  4. Maj. Harris Reply

    May 17, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    Under the false guise of democracy and capitalism, the powers that be have created a stronghold onto this country that can never be challenged by mere voice, or pen and paper alone. The only successful form of revolution will unfortunately only occur when the brave few bare arms and march into the capital to take back their country from these corrupt appointed cronies we call politicians. Alas, history repeating itself.

  5. Dr. Brandon Reply

    May 17, 2016 at 8:15 am

    People in the USA have been complaining to Congress for over 80 years about vaccine injuries and death. Congress is where the problem starts, by passing laws to protect the vaccine makers. The revolution here needs to start with grassroots people via social media and then educating the doctors and school boards.

  6. Margaret R Dodge Reply

    May 17, 2016 at 6:00 am

    I have personally seen, in our family, a severe reaction and 3 day hospitalization of 15 year old girl after a 2nd Gardasil shot. The pharmaceutical industry has far too much power, thanks to lobbying money, and our politicians. It’s a disgrace!

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