At a recent public meeting organized by the Health Department, numerous medical professionals spoke in favor of the HPV vaccine mandate.
It has since been discovered that several of the speakers have conflicts of interest related to vaccine manufacturers that they failed to disclose. The Board will make a recommendation on whether or not to proceed with the mandating the HPV vaccine through the regulatory process for the 2017-2018 school year.
Time is short: We just learned that the informing them that the Health Department is considering mandating vaccines for a sexually transmitted virus for 7th grade students.
Given that the HPV (Human papillomavirus) is sexually transmitted, not contagious in a school setting, and already available to anyone who wants it, this proposed mandate is totally unnecessary for the health of school children.
This proposal only affects Allegheny County – for now.
However, if this action is successful, the floodgates will be opened for counties across the Commonwealth and possibly other states to mandate this controversial vaccine.
Below are separate urgent action items to fight this for both those residing in the county and for those who live everywhere else in the state.
In 2015, California eliminated all non-medical vaccine exemptions. Lucija Tomljenovic concluded that HPV vaccines “pose an inherent risk for triggering potentially fatal” adverse reactions by causing acute autoimmunity.
Two bills, SB696, and HB883, were introduced in the PA legislature this session to remove vaccine exemptions. In the study “Death After Quadrivalent HPV Vaccination: Causal or Coincidental? as Allegheny County would have different vaccine regulations than any other county in Pennsylvania.
If your children attend private schools, please contact the school administrators. D 412-571-6008 Mc Keesport Area School District Dr. Skezas 412-664-3610 [email protected] School District Dr.
Ask them to speak out and take action against this proposed mandate. If you are registered with the NVIC Advocacy Portal, login at Click on the Pennsylvania State Team tab, and your personal state legislators and links to their contact information will automatically be displayed on the right. A mandate for a sexually transmitted virus is completely unnecessary and it should not happen in Allegheny County or any other county in Pennsylvania.
at the July 13th meeting at p.m., when the Health Department presents the tallying of the public comments to the Board of Health, needs to e-mail [email protected] at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting. Vaccines are pharmaceutical products that carry a risk of injury or death, a fact that was acknowledged by the U. Congress in 1986 when it passed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act.
Since 1988, the federal vaccine injury compensation program created under that law has awarded (VAERS reporting is voluntary and it receives reports for only a small fraction of actual adverse events.) 6.
According to the State Health Department’s EDDIE database, for the last 5 years that data are available (from 2009-2013), the average death rate due to If we assume every case was caused by HPV, which is improbable, we can deduce that there never was and never will be a cervical cancer epidemic! HPV vaccines are exorbitantly expensive; the three shot series of.