Japan’s Suspension of Recommendation for Gardasil & Cervarix HPV Vaccines for Women – Caused by Large Numbers of Unexplained Serious Adverse Reactions

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For those CHS readers who may not know of the suspension of these vaccines in Japan last year, The Asahi Shimbun AJW reported last June 18, 2013 on the suspension of the Japanese Health Ministry’s recommendation for the HPV vaccine in an in-depth ANALYSIS: Experts at loss over pain from cervical cancer vaccination.  The Asahi Shimbun AJW is the English-language digital version of The Asahi Shimbun, Japan’s leading daily newspaper.

There have been cases of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), in which severe pain often spreads from a limb to other body parts. In serious cases, it becomes difficult to walk or move the arms.

More than half the estimated 3.28 million vaccinated women reported symptoms ranging from a swollen or reddened inoculation site to pain and fatigue with 2,000 complaints of side effects, such as prolonged pain and numbness which includes 357 serious cases, such as difficulties in…

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