British Cervarix vaccinations to resume

LA Times

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September 30, 2009

British media are reporting that vaccinations with the human papilloma virus vaccine Cervarix will resume immediately after an autopsy showed that 14-year-old Natalie Morton died from a serious underlying medical condition and that the death had nothing to do with the vaccine. Morton collapsed shortly after the vaccination earlier this week and died within hours.

The coroner did not reveal what the underlying condition was, but noted that “it is an extremely rare health problem for a girl of Natalie’s age to suffer.”


Comment from Leslie

Well, talk about oddities from the world of health.  I can hear the collective sigh of relief that it was not the vaccine.  But why is any vaccine given to any one who is ill?  They are either stupid or nuts – and that is being kind.  These are medical doctors for heavens sake…when one is sick the immune system is weakened and/or severely compromised and medications – DRUGS/Toxins are added to the overloaded body and then a vaccine.  It does not take a medical degree to figure out that sooner or later the body will cave from over stimulus of toxins.  Obviously health providers have lost all sense of common sense.

Ok – so what if this poor young girl died of other medical reasons – how does one sort those causes out from the vaccine.  It is entirely plausible that it was the vaccine that tipped the scale.  But what about the other two girls (although my source in the UK says three) who have fallen ill from the vaccination (one severely – same source).  Oh, I forgot they have not died – so therefore they are not a statistic.


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.