How safe are HPV Vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix? The conflicting evidence which does not add up.

American Chronicle

by Christina England
October 5, 2009

Due to news that has since come to light, a correction needs to be made to a previous article I wrote. British girl dies after Cervarix jab and joins the HPV vaccine death toll It has now been revealed that little Natalie Morton who had indeed died within hours of having the Cervarix HPV vaccine, did in fact have an underlying illness that was unknown. A few days after the incident a post mortem revealed that she died of a large cancerous tumour in her chest. Her father had said in one report before this emerged that his daughters death was a mystery.

In Daily Telegraph – Cervical cancer vaccinations programmes paused after Natalie Morton’s death indicated however that the child had appeared seemingly healthy.

“Natalie´s step-father Andrew Bullock said the news of her death was “raw and sudden”. The schoolgirl had been looking forward to a half-term cruise with the school around the Mediterranean.

Rumours that she suffered from epilepsy were denied by the school´s chaplain, Father Paul Messam: “I have seen Natalie’s file and there is nothing on it to suggest that she had any underlying health problems.”

In the Daily Mail at the time it was reported:-

“About an hour after having the jab Natalie went really pale and wasn’t breathing. I think it was around lunchtime. She fainted in the corridor. I saw ambulance men pumping her chest then the teachers told us to go outside. A lot of people were crying afterwards and we were all very worried.”

It would be unusual for a child suffering such advance stages of cancer not to have suffered some symptoms, however, it appears at the time of the first reports this child did not.

The question as to why she died very shortly after the Cervarix vaccine is still a mystery and is being put down to a coincidence.

However, a few days after Natalie was reported to be fit and healthy by her step father, he seemed to change his direction and reported to the Daily Mail the following:-

“Stepfather Andrew Bullock said Natalie, who attended Blue Coat CofE School, in Coventry, had been ‘poorly for some time’.

She had been to see her GP several times and investigations into a mystery illness had been under way, he said.”

If this is true, then why was it ever agreed for her to have the vaccine in the first place, especially at school? This raises the question, are school a safe environment for children to have vaccines and are school nurses equipped to deal with emergences should they occur?

Although Natalie’s death has not now been related to the vaccine, many parents in the UK are not so sure that these seemingly coincidental unrelated incidences, of children becoming desperately ill after Cervarix, are so coincidental as Glaxo Smith Kilne and the Department of Health are claiming. One such parent is the parent of Stacey Jones. Again, Stacey was a healthy girl who has suddenly become so brain damaged she has had to go into a rehabilitation unit to reteach her basic skills.

The Telegraph -Parents of brain damaged teenager blame cervical cancer jab – Laura Donnelly reports:

“The parents of the teenager, from Bilston in the West Midlands, are convinced that the vaccination, in March, triggered swelling in the brain, which has been diagnosed as the cause of her neurological problems.

Julie and Kerry Jones say that as a result, their “happy-go-lucky ” girl became paranoid and violent, leaving her family in despair.

Stacey’s parents insist that more must be done to investigate whether their daughter’s symptoms could have been triggered by the vaccination programme.

When the teenager became increasingly emotional in the weeks following her first two jabs, in November and January, her parents thought their easy-going daughter was finally succumbing to adolescent moodswings. But within four days of her third and final injection in March of this year, Stacey suffered an epileptic seizure, followed by 17 more in the following week.



Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.