SPA 10 - Chris Stanton SPA#10 Section 205 The first part of...

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Chris Stanton SPA #10, Section 205 The first part of the Gardasil website I would like to point out is the language use. The website is extremely careful with how they describe Gardasil, its potential benefits, and the side effects involved. Not only do they repeat the general safety information on each page you go to, they fail to mention a few key uncertainties that the articles by Haug and Gostin/DeAngelis feel are extremely important to consider before vaccinations are made mandatory. It is difficult to find answers to the following questions on the website: How long the vaccine will last for? How will it affect the natural immune system? What are the long term effects, if there are any? These uncertainties are not addressed on the website and the overall language of the site makes it seem like a “no brainer!” and that all young girls should get a vaccine. The website also shows no mention of the studies so widely discussed in the two articles. Judging by the fact that most studies are still lacking
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