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Gardasil Squalene


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This is the news as of today. This vaccine (gardasil) by Merck is to be

targeted for all girls for so-called "protection" from HPV aka cervical cancer and

that it is sexually transmited. Here are relevant links I found through a

simple search on AOL titled: Gardasil squalene >

http://thecancerblog.com

http://www.vaccines.mil/default.aspx?cnt=r...relatedLinksAll

http://www.isid.org/12th_icid/Downloads/12..._ProgFriday.pdf

http://www.isid.org/12th_icid/Downloads/12...D_AbsFriday.pdf

http://www.informedchristians.com/news_arc...ths/may2006.htm

http://www.vaccinationnews.com/picks_of_the_day_archives.htm

http://www.patentsoffice.ie/PDF%20Documents/1987.pdf

http://news.smartdownloads.net/rss-health.xm

As those of you who have read Vaccine A by Gary Matsumoto, you know about

MF59 and that the whole experimentation with this "formula" is a major factor for

Gulf War Illness (but not the only factor), and that it began around 1987,

which one of the searches shows patent office information for ... 1987.

Do not let our daughters suffer as we have suffered already, and allow

pharmaceutical companies to use this as a new way to profit from an error of THEIR

creation. They can do better, and they KNOW IT!

Shaun Orris

Unified Veterans Coalition

www.xsorbit27.com/users5/unifiedveteranscoalition/

Gulf War Syndrome is the Agent Orange of the 21st Century

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