Surprise, Surprise! CDC Recommends Gardasil for All Young Boys

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist October 26, 2011

No doubt emboldened by the recent legislative victory of AB499 in California which allows children as young as 12 to accept vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases without parental consent, the CDC seized upon its momentum and announced yesterday a major expansion of the Gardasil vaccine to boys as young as 9 years old.

Why is the CDC recommending children so young be vaccinated for the HPV virus?

The cleverly spun answer to this question given by the CDC is that the vaccine is “no longer effective” once a person becomes sexually active, hence the need to vaccinate the very young.

The truth is that the HPV virus is so common in sexually active girls (and overwhelmingly self clearing and not a health issue) that vaccinating them with Gardasil dramatically increases the chance of cancerous lesions by 44.6% (Journal of the American Medical Association).

Hence, the reason for vaccinating very young children with untested, unproven HPV vaccines (Gardasil and Cervarix) that account for nearly one quarter (24%) of adverse vaccine reactions out of the entire 76 vaccines approved by the FDA!

How is it possible for Gardasil to be untested you say?

Consider the fact that cervical cancer takes 2-3 decades to develop and yet the longest clinical trial for Gardasil was only 4 years in length.   With such a short clinical trial, not only is Gardasil not proven to be safe, it is also not proven to be effective!

The Journal of the American Medical Association (August 2007) says as much, “No significant evidence of a vaccine therapeutic effect was observed in analysis ….”

“It is unlikely that vaccination (with Gardasil) can have a significant beneficial impact ….”

Why then is Merck still so aggressively pushing Gardasil with the CDC now cavalierly recommending it for young boys in the third grade?

If money and greed come to mind, then I believe you have hit upon the most likely answer to this not so difficult question – for those with an IQ at least two points above a napkin that is.

Sarah, TheHealthyHomeEconomist.com

Source:  Sane Vax Inc., Gardasil: Evaluating Risks Versus Benefits

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  2. I’m on your side, but I’m not clear how your connecting to the JAMA study… It seems youtube have taken it out of context.. I can only access the abstract at this point, but I’m not sure it supports our cause. I want people to educate themselves, but not sure this is accurate portrayal or useful info at this point.. I’m going to try to access full study. http://jama.jamanetwork.com/Mobile/article.aspx?articleid=184404 thanks somuch for posting this information, though!

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  3. Once again someone comes out with another immunization.

    So in YOUR mind it HAS to be a conspiracy by several hundred thousand health care workers to make a ton of money for a few dozen fat cats.

    Yea, right.

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  4. Its good to hear about it. Thanks for implementing this vaccine not only for the women but also for men. I hope it would be legally successful for us to live in healthy and safe way.
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  5. Everytime I had taken my daughter, who is 19 now, to her pediatrician, I was asked if they could give her the Gardisil vaccine. I always declined. I thank God that I never gave in to the pressure that the pediatrician put on me to allow my daughter to get this awful vaccine. I really want to know why they put so much pressure on parents to allow their daughters to get vaccinated. The pediatricians seem way to pushy. Are they receiving bonuses? Are they getting kick-backs?

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  7. Heres an idea.. Lets restore traditional family values in society.. Lets stop marketing everything in every industry with sex.. Lets stop praising people like lady gaga and others with the “live for what feels good now” mindset.. Lets teach our children that its not ok to sleep around with whoever whenever rather than teaching our children that its ok to sleep around, there are drugs that will protect you if you do so.. Wouldnt that teach children a degree of responsibility?? That perhaps in life you have to live with the consequences of your actions?? Maybe, just maybe they will have to learn to plan their actions of today by weighing the consequence of tomorrow?? Couldnt this apply to several different areas, not just casual sex?? Wouldnt that lead to a more mature, responsible society??

    -jason and lisa-

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  8. Thanks for the head’s up on this! I got an email from my kids’ pediatrician’s office today detailing the new recommendations for vaccines that included this one. I counted all the shots they’re supposed to receive starting at birth and it was over 30!

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  9. As a female in her late 20s, I have two friends with cervical cancer. One who had to get a total hysterectomy and chemo. The other was told that she will likely need a hysterectomy in the next 2-3 years. I think the vaccine sounds like a great idea. Sure 8 is YOUNG, but we have to appeal to the lowest common denominator. Speaking from working in a primary care office, MANY 13 year olds are having sex and their parents are clueless!

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    • I respect your opinion, but how would you feel if you had your daughter vaccinated and then your daughter experienced the awful side effects of the vaccine? And exposing someone to the dangers of the vaccine doesn’t make sense concidering that more than likely many of these young girls will never get cervical cancer anyway. Being sexually active does not mean that you will get cerivical cancer. If that were the case every female would have cervical cancer. Getting the vaccine makes no sense at all, and it should be banned in this country.

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  11. When I was pregnant with my son we discussed vaccines. The class leader said this “I’m not going to tell you whether you should vax or not. I will say you should read the CDC data, not the summery or interpretations of the data, but the actual data and decide for yourself”. I did this and the most compelling reasons not to vax I found *in the CDC’s own raw data*. Surprisingly I find that this to be true of a lot of “medical” (read: big pharma) recommendations.

    Before I left my career to stay home with my kids I had a wealthy client. The kind of wealthy that makes a difference in these things. We got to talking about disease and vaccinations. He told me of research his foundation was doing on genetics and vaccinations. They were really excited over the idea of genetic testing to predict if you would actually be likely to die or suffer serious effects of various diseases so that a person could be vaccinated only for the diseases that would truly harm them if they contracted them. However because of patents on genetic testing, and genes, they kept hitting legal brick walls. They were also working on vaccines without the toxins in them but the drug companies had zero interest. Could you imagine how different the vaccine debate would be if we could have truly safe vaccines for only those things that would do us, as individuals, real harm?

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    • Sarah, TheHealthyHomeEconomist

      That is very interesting Heather. I have always conjectured that drug companies WANT the toxins in the vaccines because it creates lifelong clients for their products, i.e., DRUGS.

      Only sick people need drugs after all. Why else would they vaccinate a newborn baby with Hep B jab which is for a sexually transmitted disease? Cradle to grave clients = massive residual income.
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  12. I have never felt such concern for our country as I do now. We are in some rough times and seems to be getting worse. Whatever happened to Land of the Free. Now you see forced vaccines on children, parental consent is becoming less and less valued, and raw milk sellers held at gun point. This all sounds like tyranny and not soft tyranny either. I just watched the TED presentation by Bill Gates, I can’t believe what I am hearing and seeing anymore!!! God help us.

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  13. I went to the gyno with pain and bleeding after intercourse. I had spotting every couple of days. A few tests found I was HPV positive and I had lesions all over my cervix. I had precancerous changes on my cervix that would have to be removed via surgery. The gyno decided that before she did that I would get the gardasil vaccine as maybe that would clear everything up. After my shots I went back for a checkup. The vaccine worked and my cervix is back to normal. I don’t get bleeding, spotting or pain anymore. I’m not part of some pharmaceutical bandwagon. Gardasil is free for women my age in Australia. But I do know that this vaccine is the only thing that stopped me from needing invasive, potentially fertility-altering surgery. And if the guy that gave me the HPV virus had’ve been vaccinated too, I’d have saved hundreds of dollars of health bills for my specialist.
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  14. Meredith Johnson via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 7:42 pm

    Asking for assistance from my like-minded friends….the Memphis, TN…NBC affiliate, Action News 5, has asked for comments on Gardasil. I have two small kids, not yet affected by relentless Gardasil vaccination demands, so perhaps I am not as well versed as others and I am facing an onslaught of nurses and doctors on the thread…I would appreciate any contribution you could make on their thread. Here’s their FB link: https://www.facebook.com/ActionNews5?ref=ts

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  15. I am so outraged! It is mandated for many to get flu/petusses vaccines to keep their jobs. I am in that situation now. The mandates will cont. to expand to everyone and every situation. Soon you won’t be able to buy a tomato without proof of up-to-day vaccines. Free country my #$$.

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  16. Actual deaths from cervical cancer are so low it doesn’t even warrant a vaccine anyway. This is just another profiteering racket by Pharma.

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  17. Jennifer Thompson via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    No offense but MN doesn’t seem like the trend setters in holistic health nor the hub of intelligence.

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    • No offense? How is that not supposed to be offensive? It’s sad that so many other Minnesotans feel this is a good idea, but there are quite a few of us up here who want no part of this as well. Please try not to make such broad putdowns.

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  18. My older son turned 7 in August. I CANNOT IMAGINE giving him this vaccine in a couple of years… this is just insane!! Both my boys are completely unvaccinated. I have been able to use a religious exemption and will continue to do so. Thanks Sarah for this timely reminder to do our homework and research!!
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  19. Heather Wojciechowski via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    No, they will not be experimenting on my child! And that’s what vaccines are, in my opinions, experiments.

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  20. @Heather I know only 20% opposed to this vaccine in the MN poll seems discouraging .. but I find it encouraging as just a few years ago it would have been less than 5%. Awareness is growing and more an more folks are becoming suspicious of vaccines and the true motivation behind them.

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  21. Thank you for so concisely and accurately stating why this is insane. I reposted to my Facebook page so my friends and family understand what the organized crime syndicate known as the CDC/FDA is trying to pull. Your work is spreading awareness!

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  22. @Candace – it’s difficult keeping up with everything that is going on. I get exasperated myself at times. I try to limit my mental energy to focusing on what info I need to keep myself and my family healthy and happy. That’s enough for me and basically what this blog is all about.

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  23. Heather Flannery Giese via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 1:06 pm

    There was a poll on the news out of Minneapolis St. Paul last night and according to that…80% of people believe boys should be given this shot. Lovely.

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    • That’s so tragic, Heather. The sheeple must wake up or, to continue the metaphor, they’re lambs docilely going to slaughter. Thanks for your work in spreading awareness of the corruption, which your comment indicates you’re engaged in.

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  24. I am sick of patients coming into my office on drugs ten times worse than the conditions they are being treated for. Big pharma is about nothing but profit. These are crimes against humanity.

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  25. I’ve been skeptical of this vaccine from the beginning, but then I heard the report adding boys and I knew it was a scam. The argument was: Boys don’t need it, but they will share protection with girls. So altruistic! And BS. Since when do we do ANYTHING to help someone else – second hand smoke, air quality for asthmatics, stop fracking for water quality, stop gulf oil drilling to protect coastline, label GMO, …? Do I make my point? No one is going to go out of their way to protect one group if it inconveniences another group, unless the benefit ($) outweighs the trouble. Neither my son nor my daughter will get this vaccine.

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  26. Or the easiest way for them to test reactions in children legally is by having parental consent. HPV is a STD this is bogus. I thought it was bad when the vaccine came out for 12 year old girls who were having bad reactions. The best prevention is a check up and an HPV test. I will never give this to my children unless it’s properly diagnosed.

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  27. There just seems to be no end to the incompetency of conventional medical recommendations. What’s next? Soon, infants will be recommended to get this vaccine, just like the Hepatitis vaccines. And all the while, medicine is continuing to ignore all the children who have died or been damaged permanently by these and other vaccines, as well as the recall on the vaccine.

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  28. you know what.. im changing what i said.. were not possibly crazy.. i see what “normal” has become in our society.. possibly crazy could also mean possibly normal.. i dont want to fit in with our “normal” society..

    most definitely crazy,

    -jason and lisa-

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  29. am i the only one here who thinks that some of this stuff might be related to population control?? the vaccines they inject everyone with, all of the GM foods, pesticides, soy everything…… lab tests are showing that GM foods are causing tested animals to become steril.. wouldnt it make sense that it would have the same effect on humans?? according to a recent article, soy in men has been shown to kill the sex drive, drive testosterone and sperm counts down while raising the estrogen counts.. think about second and third generation side effects of these vaccines.. how about pesticides.. they are designed to kill.. why would the poison not have some sort of side effects on a human?? these studies are out there for all to see yet we continue to have the vaccines, GM foods, pesticides and soy shoved down our throats.. i dont know, maybe im crazy..

    possibly crazy,

    -jason and lisa-

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    • Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist
      Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist October 26, 2011 at 10:53 am

      I used to think the population control thing was pure conspiracy theory and completely nuts but then I saw Bill Gates give a TED presentation about how vaccines were going to help with population control and realized there might be something to it.

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      • In 1995, the Supreme Court of the Philippines halted a UN vaccination program that was supposed to inoculate women against tetanus. The court found overwhelming evidence that the vaccines contained a sterilizing agent. The women were not told that they would be sterilized if vaccinated. Three million women were sterilized without their knowledge or consent, thinking they were getting a vaccine against tetanus only.. This is a well documented, established fact.

        Sounds like population control to me.
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    • @Jason and Lisa: you’re not crazy. This is called collateral damage. Far enough into the future that no one will put 2 and 2 together and come up with 4 when the real side effects start to surface. Drug companies are rich because they’re devious.

      Also crazy like a fox.

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  30. Linda Giangregorio via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 10:29 am

    Quite honestly I’m so grateful that I have woken up enough during my lifetime to be able to be aware of situations like this. It also makes me appreciative of the fact that I homeschool, that I want to learn what the best food options are for my family, and the best health care options. Meaning holistic, naturopath, alternative treatments that are less invasive and harmful to the body than standard care they want to shove on us. Just as far back as my grandmother’s mother, the women in my family were the local healers and they didn’t treat with medicine. All the things that are coming out now are so absurd and a blatant display of how the gov. feels about us as people. On the positive side without them being this way now, we wouldn’t fight for changes as hard. Out of the bad they’re trying to inflict, more of us are waking up and seeing it for what it is, and fighting to get our God given rights back.

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  31. I’ve seen some of these videos before. I believe that this vaccine is an issue (i.e., not proven to be successful in treating/inhibiting HPV) but these videos don’t address the cause of the side effects. Can no one link all these issues? Is anyone studying it? The medical drs in the video are saying there are too many side effects or enough is not known about them, but what about all these women who’ve had adverse reactions? That is a separate and far worse issue than whether the vaccine is effective in preventing cervical cancer.

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  32. Erica L. Howard via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 10:14 am

    I thought the point of trying to force kids to get vaccines was because schoolkids spend a lot of time in close quarters so they wanted to stop the spread of easily communicable illnesses (whether the vaccines are actually effective is another issue). So why the push to get kids vaccinated against STDs which are not easily communicable without, umm, having sex? They must be teaching some special kind of sex ed in schools nowadays…

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  33. Meredith Johnson via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 10:12 am

    9 million bottles of Hydroxycut were sold and they had only one death and 23 cases of liver damage, but they were recalled. The number of deaths with Gardasil (35 million doses) is closer to 100 now, but also countless issues of paralysis. Where’s the recall?

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  34. Ann Hauer via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 10:12 am

    This shot was approved to be consented to by 12 year old children in California just recently. And that consent is given w/o a parent’s approval. How wrong is that!?
    And many wonder why we raise a fuss when parental rights are bullied every day, but heaven forbid how a parent is legally responsible until that child is an adult and the government is allowed to dictate on their greedy chunk when it comes to profit for them.

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  35. Jennifer Thompson via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 10:10 am

    I didn’t let my 1 hr old baby get the Hep B….she didn’t get her first vax till she was 2 months old in fact. At this time she didn’t get vaccinated against Hep A either. She’s only 18 months! She will get all of her vaccines but on a delayed scheduled…there certainly isn’t any reason to get vaccinated against a sexually active virus especially since there isn’t a history in our family and there isn’t any risk factors for it. If you don’t think it’s necessary parents…..stand up and say something! walk out!

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  36. Meredith Johnson via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 10:10 am

    The above link^ helps you look up if your doctor is on the take with big pharm……a fam friend and I had a spirited debate over Gardasil and turns out, her employer makes 70k a year, averaged, just off one big pharm…

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  37. I wonder how many parents realize that the drug industry and the government view our precious children as a vehicle to make money?

    This is all about risking the health of children to increase profits . When even the journal of the vaccine loving AMA finds no benefit to this vaccine, why is it being used?

    Money.

    The medical profession and the drug industry have lost their way. Money has become far more important than healing. They are willing to risk the lives and health of children for profit, even when there is no therapeutic benefit. And the government agencies that are supposed to protect us from them are controlled by them.

    Thank you Sarah, for exposing the truth once again.
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  38. Sarah Schneider via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 10:03 am

    Maybe the CDC can lead by example and either take it themselves and see what happens. My son is 8, is home schooled and he focused on nouns, wanting to be an artist and other non-sexual activity. It is sick what people are trying to do in our country!

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  39. Jenna Darby Laughter via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Maybe the CDC should invest their time and resources into advocating abstinence and proper parenting skills, instead of pushing deadly vaccines down our throats! They benefit no one but the pocketbooks of the drug manufacturers who are in bed with the CDC, FDA, USDA and other useless government entities…Maybe they’re the folks that need to be vaccinated instead ;)

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    • I always hafta wonder how many of the employees at Merck, or any other drug company for that matter, will vaccinate their sons and daughters with this stuff?

      Reckless scientific data is easy to spot when you work for them and those people MUST know that all vaccinations are for profit, not health. That’s something an ambitious young reporter should try to find out. Probably wouldn’t get straight answers, though.

      Such disregard for human life means we have advanced not a whit since the days of the Roman Gladiators and their ilk.

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  40. Jennifer Thompson via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 9:49 am

    I can’t believe the age of sexually active boys is 8!!!??? Ok that is a bit much in my opinion. Better parenting and education seems healthier.

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    • As the body rids itself of HPV infection on its own 95% of the time within 2 years with no intervention, your mother would’ve hopefully weighed the risks of the vaccine versus the perceived benefit and made a decision whether to vaccinate or not- if it was available back then. As I hope all parents will have the option to do today.

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  41. My daughter was very small when I first heard about this the vaccine and the fervor to vaccinate all young girls; she is now 8. I knew then that it was bad news and I will most definitely make sure that she does not get this vaccine.

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  42. Dorthy McConnel via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 9:44 am

    They don’t care about children’s safety at all. If they did a lot of the junk in vaccines would not be in them. It’s all about greed, I totally agree. My son will not be receiving that shot. (if I had a daughter she would not either.)

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  43. Mary Schaefer Shellenbergar via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 9:43 am

    @Melissa that is unfathomable to me. How can they think it’s okay to circumvent parental rights? Can you fight that??

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  44. Ashley Smith via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 9:41 am

    I agree with Ann – too many just buy into it and never do research!!! My girls are NOT going to get this ever!

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  45. Rick Perry pushed for mandatory vaccination in Texas. Half the FDA consists of former pharma executives. Our government has become nothing more than a corporate machine. It picks and chooses which corporations it will support and which ones it will demolished based on how much of a kick back the government official gets…trip to Hawaii, gifts, etc.

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  46. Ann Hauer via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 9:36 am

    What kills me is many in the public just fall in line for it without a second thought. I’ve been burned by the medical community – I will not be again.

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  47. Ann Hauer via Facebook October 26, 2011 at 9:33 am

    Ignorance at it’s best. Or is it Ego/Greed? Either way this confirms that the CDC is in it for the money.
    Sorry, but I feel it’s too new to be trusted when so many have died or have been injured. And there is no recourse now that the Supreme Courts back the vaccine manufacturers.

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    • Definitely the money. I can’t see any other reason why pediatricians are so pushy about giving this vaccine. My daughter’s pediatrician tried to pressure me at every office visit. I guess the vaccine manufacturers realize how much more money they can make if they include boys as well. It’s sickening.

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