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6 Things You Didn't Know About the Gardasil Vaccine

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January 7th, 2013, 01:30 PM
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There is a lot of controversy over vaccines, and especially over one being recommended for young girls before puberty, when the virus is a sexually transmitted one. Here are six things you may not know about Gardasil, which is a recombinant vaccine created for the prevention of cervical cancer. 1. Who and what is Gardasil for?
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January 7th, 2013, 01:30 PM
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The only way to get HPV is through intercourse. It is morally wrong to mess with a person's sexual health without informed consent. It seems like the 1800's and before when women were sterilized against their will. Women should be allowed full information and choice and control over her own body.

Therefore, if you decide to give your child this shot, you need to educate the child. If the child is potentially having unprotected sex, 4 strains of HPV is the least of their worries. A child should be able to have control over their own sexual health and should be allowed to decide if they will have this shot, with full disclosure of what causes HPV. Also, if they have the shot, they should be taught proper use of condoms and access to birth control.
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