Leslie Botha: Roxie and Britt Fiste continue to get their message out to warn other about the dangers of Gardasil. Britt has been on one of the most amazing journeys I have known. I have followed this young girl for the past six years. Just when we thing she is out of the woods – for some unknown reason – her health takes a dive. Weather changes affect Britt so severely she cannot even stand the ride in the car to get to her doctor. She can walk into a room and alter electrical charges. One day she is visiting with friends and the next day she is back in bed or having a seizure.
The last full moon was particularly interesting – not just for Britt who had experienced some of the most sever seizures in her 6 years of being sick post- vaccination – but for another young girl in Albuquerque – a 20 year old now with an IQ of 3 – who also experienced more severe seizures (sometimes she has 20 a day), a young woman in Florida – who was hospitalized with pneumonia, because she is now so allergic to what is in the air. In California – another young girl ended up in the hospital – her 86th time in the last two years since she was vaccinated with Gardasil – for constant vomiting. She was wearing a red arm band with the words ‘ALLERGIC TO GARDASIL’. Upon the advice of her doctors she had her gall bladder removed to ease the vomiting. A couple of days later she was back in the hospital again – for vomiting. Her hospital bills are way over the 1 million dollar mark.
How would you know if you were allergic to Gardasil until you took it? Worth the risk? Ask anyone of these girls….or their parents. All of this for the HPV virus that passes through 70% of girl’s body’s in less than 2 years – with out incident.
One Less After Gardasil
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 / Roxie Fiste
Imagine for a moment having an outgoing, vibrant daughter, just turned 21 years old – her whole life ahead of her. She’s a bright, outgoing, athletic, college student, kind and compassionate. She has hopes and dreams just waiting to be fulfilled. No parent could ask for more. All parental bias aside, this was our daughter, Brittney, before Gardasil.