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Pancreatitis from Gardasil NOT coincidental

Hilary Butler - Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Recently a letter was printed in the Medical Journal of Australia reporting on three women vaccinated with Gardasil who got pancreatitis. Naturally, Merck came out with their usual "correlation does not causation make." I'd suggest that Merck pull back and do a bit more thinking before opening their mouth.

Because if they've done there homework, they will see that Gardasil has been proven to cause pancreatitis right here.  Not once, but three times.  And why is it, after 10 months that they don't know whether the woman is dead or alive?  Or are they hoping this will just go away?  How many other women will get seriously sick before Merck get real, and start taking the avalanche of very nasty side effects seriously? 

VAERS ID

292240  

Vaccination Date:

2007-03-14

Age

20.0  

Onset Date:

2007-03-14   Days later: 0

Sex

F  

Submitted:

2007-10-04

State

MA  

Entered:

2007-10-05

Life Threatening Illness? No

Died? No

Disability? No

Recovered? No

ER or Doctor Visit? Yes

Hospitalized? Yes (days in hospital: 0)

    Extended hospital stay? Yes

Current Illness:

Diagnostic Lab Data: Unknown

Previous Vaccinations:

Other Medications: None

Preexisting Conditions: Unknown

Vaccination

Manufacturer

Lot

Dose

Route

Site

HPV4

MERCK & CO. INC.

0954F

0

UN

UN

Administered by: OTH     Purchased by: OTH

Symptoms: Pancreatitis Vaccine positive rechallenge

Information has been received from a healthcare worker concerning a 20 year old female who on 14-MAR-2007 was vaccinated with the first dose of Gardasil (lot #653938/0954F). There was no concomitant medication. On an unspecified date, "a couple of weeks after" vaccination, the patient developed pancreatitis. On 16-MAY-2007, the patient was vaccinated with the second dose of Gardasil (lot #656050/0245U) and on 20-SEP-2007, the patient was vaccinated with the third dose of Gardasil (lot #658560/1062U). The healthcare worker reported that before the second and third vaccinations, the patient's pancreatitis would "slowly get better," however, after each vaccination the patient's pancreatitis worsened. The patient was hospitalized on more than one occasion (dates and number of hospitalizations unspecified). At the time of this report, the patient's outcome was unknown. Additional information has been requested.



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