Scottish Mother and Science Officer Warns School Teachers of HPV Vaccine Risks

Mrs. Caran Dynan, mother of a vaccine injured daughter, Kilsyth, Scotland, Science Officer and political activist for AHVID has sent this letter to many schools in Scotland and England to raise awareness that school girls are becoming very ill following HPV vaccination and are missing out on so much of their education. "With regards to the Human Papillomavirus Vaccination administered in your school, I would like to raise your awareness to the real possible side effects of this vaccine, as well as the lack of studies and safety tests carried out on this Vaccine. To make it clear, I am writing this letter from the stance of a mother whose perfectly healthy (apart from slight hay fever) daughter’s life was completely altered after receiving Gardasil. Very soon after receiving her first vaccination, her health started to decline, both mentally and physically, for what appeared to be no reason."

Scotland Considers Dangerous Side Effects of HPV Vaccine

I speak today on behalf of not only the UK Association for HPV Vaccine Injured Daughters who have had their lives turned upside down after HPV vaccine administration, but each of the 2019 people from 55 countries who signed because they are having similar experiences and support open scientific discussions. Our association was organized at the beginning of this year when it became apparent that we needed to co-ordinate everyone’s individual efforts as a group. Our association represents families from Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland operating under the banner of HPV Vaccine Injured Daughters (AHVID). Our association is in the process of compiling information to submit to the EMA for consideration during their safety assessment of HPV vaccines. Of the 88 family reports analysed to date: 68% reported their daughters experienced health problems serious enough to interfere with their education; 24% reported symptoms so severe their daughter could no longer participate in educational activities; 70% required help with daily care; and a full 91% reported being told their daughters’ medical conditions were psychological in origin. Do we accept what the manufacturer and their list of experts are saying and assume HPV vaccines are safe and effective and there just happens to be an epidemic of psychosomatic disorders spreading round the world affecting certain young people who have one thing in common, they were injected with HPV vaccines? Do we sweep all of these families under the proverbial ‘psychological disorder’ carpet and ignore their misery; or do we treat them with the dignity and respect they deserve by using every means at our disposal to identify those at risk of serious adverse reactions and develop successful treatment protocols for those already suffering? Please, demonstrate to the world that Scotland is still a country that does not ignore the suffering of innocents. Show the world Scotland is not afraid to hold open, honest scientific discussions no matter how controversial the subject might be.