Gardasil Hazardous Compounds

                  -Sodium Borate  (rat poison active ingredient) 
 
    
                  -
Polysorbate80
(detergent linked to cancer and infertility in animals)

                                  
                  -
Aluminum Adjuvants
(autoimmune disease link, nerve toxin)

The Case For Gardasil in Ireland           
As advocated by Media, Politicians, Health Experts, Support Groups & Government Agencies. 


ComeLook.org, 19 May 2010. 

The Media
"
The narrative goes like this. Without a vaccine, a couple of hundred women every year will develop cervical cancer, and more than 80 of them will die. So to withhold the vaccine is to condemn almost 100 women a year to death". 
The above lines from a Nov 2008 Sunday Times article explains the HPV Vaccine 'narrative' in Ireland (note how '80' becomes '100' one line later).  
Another UK based newspaper The Irish Daily Mail  (running a "Roll out the Vaccine Now!" campaign ) also claim that
100 lives a year will be saved by mass vaccination (for a mere  10million annual cost). 

Medical Establishment in Ireland

Consultant in Infectious Diseases at the Mater Hospital, Dublin:
"
Trials of these vaccines have demonstrated excellent safety .."
""In my view , the HPV vaccine is one of the greatest successes in vaccinology in the history of this specialty, and the efficacy of this vaccine is outstanding".

Co-Inventor of HPV Vaccine, Prof Ian Frazer speaking on Irish radio on RTE Radio's Drivetime programme on Monday, January 18th (forward to 1:09:40)
"This Vaccine is extraordinarily safe".

Secretary General of the International Federation for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology:
“The Institute, the ISCCP and the Irish Cancer Society is making the renewed case for mass vaccination.."

Consultant physician (dublin-educated)  in the department of genito-urinary medicine at the Countess of Chester Foundation Trust Hospital in Liverpool.
"These vaccines are terrific"

Government Health Agencies
Health Service Executive Website - "The HPV vaccine has been shown to be very safe"

"The Health Information and Quality Authority estimated that if the vaccine was introduced, along with the national screening programme, 52 deaths would be prevented ".

Non-Profit Support Groups
Dr Grainne Flannelly, Chair, Irish Cancer Society, Medical Committee. 
"We are confident that parents will support their daughters in availing of this vaccine".

Rose Tully of the National Parents’ Council (Post Primary).
“I would hope that the majority would make an informed decision and opt for the vaccination.”  


Irish Family Planning Association chief executive Niall Behan:
"The IFPA urges the Minister to follow the recommendations of The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) for a school-based vaccination programme".

Communications Manager Irish Cancer Society on the HPV vaccination programme

Politicians
Fine Gael Health spokesman Dr James Reilly.
"A wrong has been righted and lives will be saved as a result of this initiative”.

Alan Shatter TD, Fine Gael Front Bench Spokesperson on Children
"Not only would the vaccine reduce the suffering and unnecessary deaths of women in Ireland in years to come, but there is no doubt that a reduction in the incidence of cervical cancer would also help to reduce the pressure in the future on an increasingly dysfunctional and creaking health service. Not only is prevention better than cure, it is also cheaper".

Candlelight Vigils
On 10 December 2009, candlelight vigils were held in Cork and outside parliament in Dublin to pressurise the minister for health to introduce a HPV mass vaccination program.  

Facebook Group
A press officer with the Labour Party set up an online Facebook group titled "Harney must reinstate cervical cancer vaccine" (and had 19,400 members by mid-2010). A spokeswoman for the Irish Vaccine Informed Parents group, left comments on the site alerting parents to possible risks from adverse reactions. However, her comments were removed for being "off-topic", and "not containing the full facts."

The Lone Dissenting Voice
After much research we were able to discover an Irish politician who makes it clear she is not going to advocate for Gardasil vaccination in Ireland. 
Kathy Sinnott, Member of the European Parliament for Ireland South sent this letter to the Sunday Tribune newspaper in Nov 2008.

ComeLook.org is the only website dedicated to raising Gardisil danger awareness in Ireland. Please read Disclaimer.  

BackStory


Video Introduction

Crash Course in History of Gardasil

Meet "The Gardasil Girls"

A not so exclusive club..

"Catalog of Horrors"

The FDA 'Vaccine adverse event report' (VAERS) on Gardasil.