Ireland is fighting back against injuries caused by the HPV vaccine and Big Pharma control over its public health services.
R.E.G.R.E.T. is a support group that was set up by parents of Irish teenage girls who developed serious health problems after receiving HPV vaccines (Gardasil) at secondary school.
The vaccine has been offered to teenage girls in Ireland since May 2010 as part of the schools vaccination programme and is recommended by the World Health Organsiation.
Jefferey Jaxen reports:
The world is watching as Irish communities have gained public, political and mainstream media traction.
Irish families have faced an uphill battle against a pharmaceutical invasion of their healthcare system.
Loss of informed consent and medical ethics at the hands of the school system has come between parental rights.
HPV vaccine injury from Gardasil & Cervarix is mounting as the country’s medical system plays catch-up to help its injured daughters.
Yet acknowledgment within Irish healthcare and politics is still slowed by the crippling pharmaceutical control and conflicts of interest that remains.
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