Teen Girl Paralysed In 3 Limbs After HPV Vaccine

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Gardasil is pitched as a vaccine that protects teens from cervical cancer. Over the past couple of years, the CDC and pharma have even been attempting to change the referrence of Gardasil from “HPV vaccine” to “cancer vaccine.”

But the claims that Gardasil has a major human safety flaw are compiling at a fast pace. Here’s Briar, a young teenage girl who suffered an injury after taking the vaccine.

Now a UK girl has been paralyzed as a result of the vaccine.

Ruby Shallom was vaccinated at school to protect her against cervical cancer as part of the routine NHS programme.
But just weeks later, the keen horse-rider and runner started to suffer from stomach spasms, dizziness, pain, headaches and fatigue.
Her muscles became weaker and in May – two years after she was given the jab – she woke up with no feelings in her legs whatsoever.
She has since lost all sensation in both her legs and one of her arms and is virtually bed-bound – unable to eat, lift or dress herself, incontinent and often too weak to lift her head.


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