Gardasil Victims – Remember My Name

Posted on Jul 10, 2009 in Health & Wellness

Memorial for the New Year
By Cynthia A. Janak
On December 31st of every year we all make resolutions with the hope of improving ourselves one resolution at a time. Usually we make resolutions that we know in our heart we will not be able to adhere to. This year I am making a resolution to remember certain individuals that have touched my heart. These individuals are no longer with us on this earth but are now angels watching over us. I am going to keep each and every one of them in my heart so that their memory remains alive.
Here are thirty-eight reports of death. You will notice that some say undetermined or unknown in the report and others will say natural causes. This bothers me because if you read every single report completely you will notice that the majority of these girls and young women were healthy initially.
Brooke Petkevicius – Aged 19
The first is Brooke Petkevicius who was 19. While at the University of California, Berkeley, she studied social work and was involved in many extracurricular activities, including co-ed volleyball and ballroom dancing. She played on an intramural volleyball team, went to kickboxing classes. She also was a social welfare major.
She died 14 days after her first dose of Gardasil from a pulmonary embolism or blood clot. There is no family history of this.

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