This is a Google translation of a new French Le Monde article linking Gardasil to multiple sclerosis.
Le Monde Nov 24, 2013
Marie-Ocean Bourguignon received her first injection of Gardasil, the vaccine of Sanofi Pasteur against cancer of the cervix, in October 2010. She was 15. Tingling in the legs felt after a few days did not really worry her. The unrest after the second injection were more serious however. Marie-Ocean lost her sight and the use of her legs for some time. At the hospital, the MRI revealed nerve damage.
Initially, doctors hesitated between an acute encephalomyelitis and multiple sclerosis, but experts of the regional board of conciliation and compensation for medical accidents (RCCI) of Bordeaux concluded “multiple sclerosis” and the fact “link between the two injections of Gardasil and the onset” of the disease of the teenager.
“BREACH OF DUTY SAFETY MANIFESTO”
It is on the basis of the report of the compensation committee – first, it seems – that Jean-Christophe Coubris, counsel for the family Bourguignon, filed a complaint Friday, November 22 against the laboratory Sanofi Pasteur MSD and the National Security Agency of the drug for “violation of a safety requirement and manifest disregard of the precautionary principle and [de] prevention.”
“Two girls showed the same symptoms in 2008 and 2009,” said Mr. Coubris, but nothing is mentioned in the instructions. In their report, the experts are concerned that the laboratory has raised “no risk for inflammatory central nervous system although this risk is scientifically established.” Laboratory challenges these conclusions based in his “solely on the finding of a temporal coincidence between the occurrence and symptoms of the disease and vaccination,” and therefore has offered no compensation.
Encouraged by the media’s complaint Marie-Oceans, other girls who had hitherto “lacked the courage” to enter the justice may follow his example in the coming days. One of them suffers from a chronic skin disease Verneuil. Her lawyer, Mr. Camille Kouchner says that “MS is not the only disease that can be affected young women. “ Another suffers from polymyositis, a condition characterized by a degeneration of muscle fibers engines.
Read articles published in 2011: Gardasil: first claims and the benefit of the vaccine in terms of public health is questioned
Laura Agnes and Laetitia Celli, 18 and 22 years old today, had told the World (dated July 12, 2011) suspended their daily crises unpredictable paralysis, headaches and abdominal pain unbearable since vaccination. Despite a troubling time concordance – in the case of Laetitia Celli, nausea and dizziness occurred the evening of the first injection, “the stab in the belly” after the second and the third had the effect of ” a bomb “- the experts had not found the link between pain and vaccine.
Lack of money to pay a lawyer, the two young women had remained there, but a group of doctors took advantage of their approach to challenge the immunization against cervical cancer of the uterus, based “on an unjustified fear” . In their letter to the Minister of Health at the time, Xavier Bertrand, they recalled that “the only preventive measure (…) is regular screening with a Pap test.” In 2012, members had asked for their side “research (s) depth (s) on the effectiveness and effects of the vaccine.”
The vaccine against HPV is not compulsory in France but it is repaid and “recommended for all girls aged 14 years.” In Japan however, the government announced in June that, pending further studies, he suspended the recommendation for vaccination against cervical cancer of the uterus, due to physical “pain” ” chronic “occurred in some adolescents.
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