Australian Woman Calls for More Gardasil Research after Near Fatal Experience

Leslie Carol Botha: First of all Gardasil is not a cervical cancer vaccine.¬† Mainstream media is already spinning Kristin’s story by their deliberate use of the words ‘cervical cancer.’ Secondly, no one will know if the HPV vaccines will affect cervical cancer rates for 20 years….. Gardasil is the most incredible hoax on medical consumers – the more one learns – the more absurd the issue.

Newcastle woman raises concerns about cervical cancer vaccine

ABC News
Australia

Updated Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:55pm AEST

A Newcastle woman is calling for more research on the cervical cancer vaccine “Gardasil” claiming she had a severe allergic reaction that almost proved fatal.

Kristin Clulow says she still struggles with impaired fine motor skills, tremors and slurred speech three years after her nightmare was triggered by a second injection of the human papilloma virus vaccine.

She says while there is no medical proof that directly links her symptoms to the vaccine, she is convinced by the experiences of other women and the opinion of some medical professionals that “Gardasil’ was the cause.

“My eyesight went and then my walking started to go, my handwriting went, my speech started to go, then my whole right side slumped,” she said.

Ms Clulow, who is now 29, is a member of the “Gardasil Victims Campaign” which claims worldwide 104 women have died from adverse reactions.

She says her speech and motor skills are slowly returning, but others have not been so lucky.

“800 are permanently disabled – 24,000 reported adverse reactions – there are girls who can’t move,” she said.

“A lot of girls can’t get the treatment that I’ve got.

“So it makes it hard to try and gain any kind of skills.”

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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.