Generic Paxil Suicide Lawsuit

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Cervarix tested for Boys!

It would appear that my Blackheath cyberstalker, Mardi Bennett, is now accusing this blog of scaremongering regarding the Cervarix issue.

She writes on the UK Survivor's Forum:

"If you're so concerned about this issue and want to raise awareness – wouldn't it make more sense to put links to relevant factual research, pharmacological information (including chemical ingredients) and medically based articles and websites here - so active members and those lurking and reading, could make informed choices - instead just posting flippant scaremongering statements, sensationalizing and quoting "facts" out of context and directing people to your website.

People could get the impression that you think your point of view, your blog (where "fact" and fiction are interwoven to express your opinion), condemning GSK and your viewer hit ratings are far more important that the actual issue!"

Well, I don't know exactly what Ms Bennett wants from me, she has, in the past, accused me of only being concerned about the dangers of Seroxat, despite my meeting with the MHRA where I raised concerns about ALL SSRi's.

For the benefit of Ms Bennett, I will point her and other readers of this blog to some interesting 'facts' regarding GlaxoSmithKline's Cervarix.

It is well-known that Merck's Gardasil is a rival vaccine to GSK's Cervarix. Those of you who have kept an eye on these vaccines will already know that an FDA advisory committee voted to recommend approval of the vaccine Gardasil for males ages 9 to 26 to prevent genital warts. [1]

Gardasil also contains Sodium Borate [2], also known as Borax. It has many common uses. In addition to its use as a rat poison, it is also used in laundry detergents and cosmetics.

Moving on to GSK's Cervarix. Rather than post the links where I have wrote about this before I will just refer you to one post that contains all the relevant links at the bottom [3]

What readers of this blog may not know is that, like Gardasil, GSK's Cervarix was part of a study to evaluate the immunogenicity and safety of the vaccine in males.

The study appeared in the Journal of Adolescent Health and was received 8 July 2008, accepted 6 October 2008 and made available online 21 December 2008.

Two members of this study, namely, Olivier Godeaux M.D and Gary Dubin M.D work for GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, Rixensart, Belgium and GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania respectively.

The study contains all the relevant information that Mardi Bennett requires [4]

May I suggest that Ms Bennett spend her time researching facts rather than write endless emails to the Medicines Healthcare and products Regulatory Agency [MHRA] about me and the work I do related to this blog. [5]

Here endeth the first lesson in 'factual evidence'


[1] FDA Panel OKs HPV Vaccine Gardasil for Boys

Gardasil Patient Information Leaflet

Schoolgirl, 14, dies and three classmates taken ill after being given GSK's cervical cancer vaccine. [Scroll to bottom for other links]

Immunogenicity and Safety of Human Papillomavirus (HPV)-16/18 AS04-Adjuvanted Vaccine in Healthy Boys Aged 10–18 Years.

Stalkers Request Information from MHRA and Blogger On Paxil's Dangers Draws Weird Attention.

Update: Coventry's cervical cancer vaccination programme has been suspended following the sudden death of a 14-year-old girl who had received the HPV1 Cervarix jab.


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