Discussing HPV vaccine efficacy & safety with Professor Christopher Shaw, UBC
Is HPV Vaccine Safe & Effective? with Professor Chris Shaw, UBC
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Discussing PHV vaccine efficacy, HPV, Gardasil, Cervarix, safety with Professor Christopher Shaw, UBC.
UBC stands behind vaccine studies discredited by WHO
The University of British Columbia is defending two of its researchers who have published vaccine-related studies discredited by the World Health Organization and described by several medical experts as weak and misleading.
Merck Dr. Exposes Gardasil Scandal: Ineffective, Deadly, Very Profitable
A controversial government-backed cervical cancer vaccine is ineffective, has deadly side effects and serves no other purpose than to generate profit for its manufacturer, according to a physician who worked at the major pharmaceutical company that’s made huge profits selling it to girls and young women.
GSK’s HPV Vaccine, Cervarix, No Longer Available in US
The decision cedes the US market to Merck and its 9-valent human papillomavirus vaccine (Gardasil 9), which protects against infection from HPV types 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, and 58.
“GSK recently made the decision to stop supplying Cervarix in the US due to very low market demand,” a company spokesperson told the newsletter Fierce Pharma.
HPV vaccine Gardasil review finds no evidence of new risks: Health Canada
Health Canada says a review of international research data suggests the HPV vaccine Gardasil can be safely used and there are no new safety risks associated with its use.
HPV vaccine linked to falling infection rates worldwide | CTV News
As parents of students returning to school across Canada get reminders about the HPV vaccine, there is growing evidence that inoculation programs around the world have been highly effective.
Flu strain stronger, earlier this year, warns B.C. Centre for Disease Control
Initial indications are this year’s flu season is starting earlier than usual and the dominant strain will be stronger than last year’s, the B.C. Centre for Disease Control says.