Girl did NOT die from HPV vaccination.

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by gapsych, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. gapsych

    gapsych New Member

    This shows how the knee jerk reactions of the anti vaccination crowd jump to conclusions before all the facts are known.

    Could the shot have contributed? Possibly. But so could exertion, anxiety and a myriad of other things that stressed her heart. She was a very sick young lady who would have died, shot or not.

    May she rest in peace.


    From the BBC

    Cancer jab girl 'died of tumour'

    A girl who was vaccinated against cervical cancer died from a malignant tumour of the chest and not from a reaction to the jab, it has emerged.

    Natalie Morton, 14, died after being given the injection at the Blue Coat Church of England School in Coventry.

    Deputy coroner for Coventry Louise Hunt said the vaccine was not thought to have been a contributing factor.

    A pathologist said her undiagnosed condition was "so severe that death could have arisen at any point".

    Natalie collapsed less than two hours after being given the Cervarix vaccine on Monday and was pronounced dead at Coventry's University Hospital.

    Her death sparked concern among pupils and parents and on Tuesday HPV1 Cervarix vaccinations were temporarily suspended by some schools and primary care trusts.

    The deputy coroner, who opened and adjourned the hearing at Coventry Magistrates' Court, said: "It appears that Natalie died from a tumour in her chest involving her heart and her lungs."

    The inquest was told that the tumour had "heavily infiltrated" her heart and extended into her left lung.

    'Beautiful smile'

    Home Office pathologist Alexander Kolar gave the official preliminary cause of death as tumour of the chest.

    Natalie's mother Elaine Bullock and stepfather Andrew Bullock paid tribute to her outside the court.

    They said she was a "kind and fun-loving teenager with a beautiful smile".

    “ We have seen the flowers and the messages of love and support ”
    Stepfather Andrew Bullock

    Mr Bullock said: "We now know that Natalie's death was the result of a serious underlying medical condition and most probably nothing to do with the vaccine that she had at school."

    Her stepfather said Natalie was "a wonderful daughter, sister and granddaughter".

    Mr Bullock added: "We understand that further tests are being carried out to discover the exact cause of Natalie's death."

    Natalie's stepfather and mother expressed their gratitude to Blue Coat School head teacher Julie Roberts and her staff, and also thanked paramedics and hospital staff.

    "We have seen the flowers and the messages of love and support laid at the cross in the school grounds," her stepfather added.

    Precautionary measure

    Cervical cancer vaccination programmes in UK schools were resuming on Wednesday.

    It is thought about a million girls have already safely received the Cervarix jab.

    More than 1.4 million doses have been given out, of which there have been more than 4,600 suspected reactions reported, according to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.

    The government has said it has great confidence in the safety of its cervical cancer vaccination programme.

    Before the preliminary results from the autopsy on Natalie were known, the vaccine's manufacturer voluntarily initiated a recall of one batch of vaccine as a precautionary measure.

    But health experts have stressed that the vaccine is safe, estimating the chance of developing a severe, life-threatening reaction to it is around one in a million.

    Story from BBC NEWS:

    Published: 2009/10/01 12:59:17 GMT

    © BBC MMIX

  2. gapsych

    gapsych New Member

    She developed cancer in two hours? IROTFLMAO!!!

    I would also like to know what this has to do with fibromyalgia.

    You are the one who keeps posting about the vaccines.

    I also do not advocate this vaccine as pap smears can detect HPV and cervical cancers can be caught early. But it has nothing to do with safety issues.

    Dear Fredt, let us part ways!! For both our sakes!!


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  3. gasolo

    gasolo New Member

    Hi Fredt,

    You seem to take the anti vaccination position in general. What is your opinion concerning pregnant women and H1N1 vaccination? A report from the CDC claims that out of 100 pregnant women admitted to the hospital in the USA, 28 have died from complications related to H1N1.
    If you were in charge, what measures would you take?

  4. gapsych

    gapsych New Member

    My daughter is almost seven months pregnant and just received the H1N1 vaccination.

    I am so relieved she did this as she is in a high risk group. Both she and her husband have also had the seasonal flu vaccination.

  5. jole

    jole Member

    If she could have died at any time of the tumor, did her parents not know about it being there? Surely if it was that serious, she would have had some terrific symptoms.

    Sooooo...if they knew about it, and the fact that she could die at any time, why was she given this vaccine to begin with? Makes no sense at all.................Jole
  6. gapsych

    gapsych New Member

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