Anti-Vaccine actions lead to more Vaccine Injuries

By July 13, 2017September 24th, 2019No Comments

Debate about a bill before the Texas House broke down with one state legislator saying vaccines weren’t important for public health.

The anti-vaccination forces voted to bar doctors from vaccinating foster children during initial examinations.
 The debate centered around whether to vaccinate children brought into the foster care program.
A lawmaker was asked…”You would agree that a vaccination is important for the public health — for the general public health?”
Jarringly, the legislator answered with…
“No, I would not agree with that,”
As one doctor has stated., “I don’t know how many times I have to say this. I don’t know how many people I have to say it to. But we can eradicate a cancer with a vaccine.”
That vaccine is the HPV vaccine, Gardasil.  The Human Papillomavirus infection is very common and according to the Centers for Disease Control  (CDC) theHPV infection can cause:

  • cancers of the cervix, vagina, and vulva in women;
  • cancers of the penis in men; and
  • cancers of the anus and back of the throat, including the base of the tongue and tonsils (oropharynx), in both women and men.

Every year in the United States, HPV causes 30,700 cancers in men and women. HPV vaccination can prevent most of the cancers (about 28,000) from occurring.

It’s easy to prevent. A simple vaccine can prevent CANCER.

ll kids who are 11 or 12 years old should get two shots of HPV vaccine six to twelve months apart. Adolescents who receive their two shots less than five months apart will require a third dose of HPV vaccine.

If your teen hasn’t gotten the vaccine yet, talk to their doctor or nurse about getting it for them as soon as possible. If your child is older than 14 years, three shots will need to be given over 6 months. Also, three doses are still recommended for people with certain immunocompromising conditions aged 9 through 26 years.

Gold Law Firm, LLC. stronly recommends the HPV vaccinations.  Are there those who should not receive vaccinations?  Yes.  Those who have had prior vaccine injuries and those who are told by their physicians not to vaccinate.

Listen to the experts, the Physicians.


Vaccine injuries are rare but they do occur.
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