On August 4, a judicial panel consolidated more than 31 lawsuits against Merck for injuries allegedly caused by its Gardasil HPV vaccine, rejecting Merck’s argument that doing so would increase vaccine hesitancy, spread misinformation about vaccines, and cause a flood of ‘meritless’ injury claims.
‘Why would you put something in someone's body that's targeting the brain for an inflammatory reaction? That's insanity,’ said Dr. Jeff Matheson. ‘They're trying to tell us [the vaccine] stays in the arm, but that technology targets the brain specifically.’
The finding, paired with the fact that the injections had not been initially recorded as a cause of death in any of the cases, raises concerns about the safety of the drugs and the accuracy of post-vaccination death statistics.
‘Even if children and adolescents and people in their 20s are infected, it is naturally mild or asymptomatic,’ Japanese drug bulletin Med Check said. ‘It is a ridiculous to consider vaccination for school children.’