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May 05, 2013
Vaccine Injury. The story of what can happen when parents trust our medical system to fully investigate the adverse effects of vaccines. This story shares one family's journey through Gardasil injury. INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU VACCINATE.

Sep 30, 2011
When vaccine injury occurs and our medical community fails to recognize or diagnose the injury, mothers worldwide turn to SANEVAX, INC. for support. Our victim support line is a lifeline to mothers of the victims of Gardasil and other vaccines.

Mar 06, 2011
Three years and 22,857 visits to your website and Gardasil is still on the market. All this is still so unbelievable, I don't know what to say and my feelings are still the same. Each day is still a struggle to get through.

Feb 26, 2011
21,282 Adverse Injuries & 93 Deaths Reported to VAERS Images Are More Powerful than Numbers

Feb 21, 2011
SANE Vax, Inc. is Concerned about Missing Data in the Reports

Feb 13, 2011
Ninety-nine bottles of beer on the wall, ninety-nine bottles of beer.... Take one down, pass it around, Ninety-eight bottles of beer on the wall.... 99 Strains of HPV on the Wall.... You Take One Down and Pass it Around…. One MORE GIRL on the Wall

Feb 02, 2011
Are the risks of adverse events related to GARDASIL the HPV Vaccine greater than the benefits? As the adverse events reported in VAERS escalate and the death count increases, parents should investigate the benefits before deciding to vaccinate.

Jan 31, 2011
Estrogen & HPV Stimulation – Did Merck Conduct the Studies for Gardasil?

Jan 29, 2011
Please support the effort to reveal the stories of injury and death related to the HPV Vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix.

Jan 24, 2011
Consumer beware! What your doctor isn't telling you is that Gardasil leads all other vaccines in abortion stillbirth events. Does anyone actually review the VAERS data to protect the public? View the graph and decide for yourself.

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