RP65 – Relating to the immunization of young women from the cancer-causing Human Papillomavirus.
GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS
February 2, 2007
Given under my hand this the 2nd day of February, 2007.
Secretary of State
by Peter Stern
The American Academy of Pediatrics also lies because there have not been sufficient studies that prove Gardasil saves significant lives and that it warrants the use of the medication for ALL young 12-year old girls. In fact, many young girls have reactions to Gardasil and could activate cervical cancer in some.
This revelation should be quite shocking to anyone who has been following the debate over Gardasil and mandatory vaccinations of teenage girls. First, it reveals that Gardasil appears to increase disease by 44.6 percent in certain people -- namely, those who were already carriers of the same HPV strains used in the vaccine.
In other words, it appears that if the vaccine is given to a young woman who already carries HPV in a "harmless" state, it may "activate" the infection and directly cause precancerous lesions to appear. The vaccine, in other words, may accelerate the development of precancerous lesions in women.
Perry's feelings were hurt that Michele Bachmann accused him of taking money from Merck, which he claimed was only $5,000 because he knows that he is being bought at much higher numbers. We should stop insulting his true worth.
I pray Americans will see through Rick Perry? Could it be any more obvious that he is a special interest motivated governor and would be exactly the same if he were President. It's hard to say. American's didn't see through Obama. And they still don't many of them. But, my fear is that Rick Perry will be ten times the tyrant Obama is.
Political contributions from drug maker Merck to Texas Gov. Rick Perry are substantially higher than he said at Monday night's CNN/Tea Party Express debate.
Perry low-balled the number, saying the contribution was just $5,000. But since 2001. Merck has given Perry a total of $28,500.
In the debate, Rep. Michele Bachmann accused Perry of mandating a statewide innoculation program using the Merck-made vaccine Gardasil after the pharmaceutical giant gave money for his 2006 campaign.
Perry said the contribution was just $5,000 and said: "And if you're saying I can be bought for five thousand — I'm offended." But the 2006 contribution was actually $6,000.
And there's more. The watchdog group Texans for Public Justice says that over the past five years when Perry was raising money for the Republican Governors Association Merck gave the RGA $377,500.
The total? A shade over $400,000, about 80 times more than what Perry said.