Ashley Ryburn Gardasil Adverse Effect Update

Ashley Ryburn — Gardasil Vaccine Injury

I have been following one of the Gardasil Girls, Ashley Ryburn and her mom, Lisa on the Yahoo Group, Lets_Talk_about_Gardasil. Ashley and her mom were featured in a Fox News Report about the adverse effects Lisa and another Denver girl, Cori Klug, has suffered since their first Gardasil Shots.

Lisa mentioned that Ashley has an episode just before the Fox News interview and talked about taking Ashley to a Maximized Living doctor for treatment. She videotaped Ashley’s treatment and posted it on YouTube.  I’ve included Dr. Arvay’s bio below.

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This is a video about a girl named Ashley who was treated at our office for a Gardasil Vaccine injury. After just one adjustment you can see the power of her body going to work. We are part of a group of Doctors called Maximized Living Doctors. Dr. Joseph Arvay DC is a Colorado Maximized Living Doctor, who has been helping people maximized their lives through five basic essentials for 16 years. Give us a call with more questions 303-457-8080 or visit us as www.maximizedlivingdrarvay.com

Joseph S. Arvay, DC is America’s Family Chiropractor. His passion and mission is to restore hope, happiness, and abundant health to you and your family. Today’s family is being attacked by depression, cancer, heart disease, divorce and a whole host of foes. He is host of the popular radio show Maximized Living Colorado on KRKS 94.7 FM at 2:30 pm on Tuesdays. Dr. Arvay is also known as the “Spine Geek” on 89.7 Way FM. Dr. Arvay has served in the same location for the last 15 years in Northglenn, CO. He loves teaching principles of health and healing to corporations, churches, and anyone wanting to reach their full potential. Dr. Arvay’s vision is to set every family in America free and teach families to live the life of their dreams through the Maximized Living Principles. It’s time to restore health, hope and love to the family.  Adjustments for Life

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