Dear Dirty America


What About Gardasil?

September 24
04:37 2011
Jan Christian

Parker Waichman Alonso LLP writes:

Our firm is investigating instances of serious side effects linked to Gardasil, including blood clots and deaths. Since Gardasil was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an HPV vaccine, its maker, Merck Inc., has undertaken an aggressive campaign to convince families to have their daughters undergo Gardasil vaccinations. Even though reports of Gardasil side effects are increasing, the FDA has refused to review the safety of this vaccine. Our lawyers are offering free consultations to anyone who suffered serious complications from Gardasil. The lawyers at our firm also meet with victims’ families and will diligently work to make sure Gardasil victims receive the compensation they deserve.

Gardasil was approved by the FDA in June 2006. At the time, Merck & Co., the maker of Gardasil, represented that clinical trials had proven its vaccine to be between 90-100% effective in preventing the transmission of some strains of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV), which can cause cervical cancer. The approval of Gardasil was much hyped, with Merck claiming that Gardasil had the potential to eventually eliminate most cervical cancers. The investigation conducted by our Gardasil side effect lawyers has concluded that the FDA erred in its rush to approve Gardasil and, it its haste, did not study the vaccine’s possible side effects thoroughly.

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