SaneVax.Org documents many family testimonies.
Jessica Ericzon was one of the first recorded Gardasil related fatalities. Read her story here
Annabelle Morin, aged 14, - "None knew this would be my last summer.."
You can find a memorial page with other victim stories here
Alternative model and fashion designer Audrey Kitching offers Gardasil testimony
A month after 13 year old Jenny Tetlock was vaccinated with Gardasil, developing a degenerative muscle disease that led to complete paralysis and subsequent death.
Gardasil 'User Reviews'
Mainstream award winning medical news site 'WebMD' allows product reviews.
Before the free mass vaccination program started in May this year there were 9 Irish adverse reactions reports (Irish Medical Board figures) - even though the uptake from the public on the HPV Vaccine had been reported as "very poor"
(due to the high cost).
Note that in Ireland, the public is not given access to the Anonymised raw reports, as possible in the US with the VAERs system, (where you can download an excel spreadsheet with all the raw data).
Instead the public may email the Pharmacovigilance section, Irish Medicines Board
to request figures on Irish Gardasil Adverse reactions reports. They still won't give a breakdown that will acccount for every reported condition though (as apparently the configuration of their current database doesn’t allow for that), so they may not be revealing everything.
Latest (July 2010) Irish adverse reactions reported (with Wikipedia translation) - "although a causal relationship to vaccine exposure has not been established for these reactions":
- Erythema multiforme (pink-red skin blotches)
- Alopecia (hair loss)
- hypersensitivity reaction (may cover range of reactions from Allergic to Autoimmune disease)
- lymphadenopathy (swollen/enlarged lymph nodes)
- syncope (fainting / loss of consciousness)
- urticaria (hives / rash with itchy red bumps)
In the context of the launch of the HSE HPV schools vaccination programme, an increased reporting rate is anticipated in the Autumn (according to the IMB).