by Jefferey Jaxen
Health Impact News
Parents Receive Letters from State Strongly Urging HPV Shots for Their Tracked Children
The United States continues to carelessly move forward with the HPV vaccine Gardasil. Meanwhile, due to its endless damage, the shot is the center of criminal lawsuits in Spain, India,  France, Japan and many other countries. In the UK, the HPV vaccination push has 8,228 ofﬁcial  reports of side-effects, almost more than all other vaccine reports combined.  Dr. Dalbergue, a former pharmaceutical industry physician with Gardasil manufacturer Merck gave a 2014 interview stating that:
“Gardasil is useless and costs a fortune” as well as predicting “Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all times…”
Ignoring data and worldwide protest, Departments of Health within the U.S. are now sending letters to parents advising them to submit their children to HPV vaccinations. With no prior announcement, parental consent given, or notice, the states of New York and Indiana have tracked HPV vaccine non-compliers and are now hassling them with physical letters.
These letters are a concerning step on a slippery slope given the atmosphere of politics and law currently rooting in America surrounding forced vaccination. Words like “court orders, ” Child Protective Services visits, and “immunization registries” have been given as marching orders by policy makers and legal advisors. Meanwhile, the medical rights and the consent of parents has taken a temporary backseat.
In the pictured letters, the New York State Immunization Information System and the Children  and Hoosier Immunization Registry Program were tapped to locate the unvaccinated children. Each state has their own Immunization Information System (IIS). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Healthy People goal is to have 95 percent of children less than six years of age enrolled in an IIS with two or more shots. However, the IIS rules and guidelines given at the CDC states the following:
- “At the population level, an IIS provides aggregate data on vaccinations for use in surveillance and program operations…”
- “Parents must be notiﬁed of the existence of the IIS, what information will be contained in it, and how the information will be used.”
- “Parents must be allowed to choose whether to participate in the IIS.”
- “IIS information must only be used for its intended purpose and not be used in a punitive manner.”
According to the parents who received the letters pictured in this article, they were not aware of this tracking system and their child’s enrollment in it. Are other parents getting notiﬁcations by mail such as these? If yes, did they consent to having their child’s vaccination compliance tracked?
As other countries appear to be making some headway in casting out forced HPV vaccinations from their law books and politician’s minds, the U.S. isn’t so lucky. With the appointment of HPV vaccine developer Douglas R. Lowry to head of the National Cancer Institute,  it appears the religion that is forced vaccination is becoming further imbedded into the country’s medical establishments. To make matters worse, the Federal Government’s Healthy People 2020 initiative is actively working towards a target of 80 percent vaccination rates among males and  females ages 13-15 for the three-dose HPV vaccine series.
Fortunately, the HPV vaccination has not become law throughout the United States, a country who has seen it’s regulatory agencies captured by pharmaceutical inﬂuence. In the United States, the National Vaccine Injury Compensation (NVIC) fund has paid out over $3 billion in damages to vaccine-injured parties to date. A 2014 study done by the U.S. Government  Accountability Ofﬁce (GOC) that looked at the NVIC saw that 11 percent of claims ﬁled since ﬁscal year 1999 still have not been settled. In addition, the GOC freely states in their report that “a vaccine can have severe side effects, including death or an injury requiring lifetime medical care.” The GOC statement clearly counters the simplistic “safe and effective” parroted talking point by politicians and vaccine manufacturers. In no way can the data and case for Gardasil be settled when the actual insert states :
“Gardasil has not been evaluated for the potential to cause carcinogenicity or genotoxicity.”
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