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Madrid: Medical professionals, vaccine-injury victims, public health experts, scientists and vaccine safety advocates have joined forces to formally demand the Spanish Ministry of Health and Social Policy remove HPV vaccines from the immunization schedule and establish a compensation fund for those who have suffered adverse effects from vaccines.
HPV vaccines: Just say NO
On Tuesday, 9 October 2012, Don Carlos Álvarez Dardet, Professor of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Alicante, and Dña Alicia Capilla Lanagrán, Vice President of the AAVP (the Association of those Affected by Papillomavirus Vaccines) will hold a press conference to explain the reasons behind these requests. (Contact Carlos Ponte – email@example.com or visit this website – www.nogracias.eu, for additional information regarding the press conference.)
This is not the first time professionals and citizens of Spain have expressed their concerns regarding HPV vaccination programs in their country.
In July of 2009, more than ten thousand health professionals and scientific associations signed a document entitled, “Reasons for a Moratorium on the use of HPV vaccines in Spain,” and submitted it to the Department of Health. Apparently, their government officials did not think the concerns of 10,000+ professionals were significant enough to make a change to the vaccination schedule.
Meanwhile, the number of serious adverse events and deaths after HPV vaccinations have continued to climb. Despite the media hype, citizens of Spain see little value in the prospect of young girls (and soon boys) facing potential serious injuries and perhaps death by using HPV vaccines hoping to prevent the future onset of a disease for which there is already a safe and proven effective method of detection and treatment currently in use.
The citizens of Spain are not willing to sit idly by while their children participate in a government sponsored health experiment for the next 15-20 years in order to determine whether or not HPV vaccines will prevent cancer.
Do you have concerns about the sanity of HPV vaccines (currently Gardasil and Cervarix)? Are they safe? Are they affordable? Are they necessary? Are they effective?
If you cannot answer all four of these questions yes, please join Spain in their fight to withdraw use of HPV vaccines until such time as they can be scientifically proven to meet these four common-sense criteria.
The AAVP has posted their demand for removal of HPV vaccines and the creation of a compensation fund for vaccine injury victims. Please take a moment to read REMOVE HPV vaccine is INVESTING IN HEALTH. (see English translation below)
No matter where in the world you live, if you agree with the concerns expressed scroll down to the bottom of the page and add your signature to this important document.
Help the medical professionals, vaccine-injury victims, public health experts, scientists and vaccine safety advocates who have already signed protect the health and safety of the children of Spain.
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