The ACIP of the CDC is having a quarterly meeting that will address vaccines, one of the ones that will be specifically discussed, is the HPV vaccine.
Public comment only has one more week to be submitted and counted to be documented in public record of meeting. The TIME IS NOW to speak up directly to the CDC in this fight of the HPV vaccine and having the right to informed consent privately with family doctor.
We suggest the following points in your written comment to ACIP. Below you will find the exact instructions for sending this comment and what information is required to submit with comment.
- Concern was publicly raised about ovarian failure related to the HPV vaccine. This should not be ignored and further detailed studies should be done immediately, and prior to more vaccines being recommended.
- Advertising the HPV vaccine for cancer prevention should cease immediately. Not one study proves cancer prevention, it is an assumed result that does not have solid proof yet. This is extremely misleading to the public and does not permit proper informed consent.
- CDC should cease and desist on any form of advertising of any vaccines to the public. Vaccine manufacturers are free from liability when a vaccine causes a negative side effect. They benefit full profits of all vaccine sales. Our tax dollars and government agencies should not be paying to advertise a product that produces billions in profits for the manufacturer.
- Multiple countries are no longer recommending the HPV vaccine due to a high level of young adults having serious side effects of the vaccine. The CDC and ACIP need to take this seriously and show the US public that they do care about the youth, and will also do more follow up studies and further investigation of the HPV vaccine.
About ACIP Meetings
The Committee meets three times annually at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia. Meetings are open to the public and available online via webcast. During the meetings, members and CDC staff present findings and discuss vaccine research and scientific data related to vaccine effectiveness and safety, clinical trial results, and manufacturer’s labeling or package insert information. Outbreaks of vaccine-preventable disease or changes in vaccine supply, such as vaccine shortages, also are reviewed during meetings.
- •organizational affiliation
- •e- mail address of the speaker
- •topic being addressed
- •specific comments
- •Must not to exceed one single-spaced typed page with 1 inch margins containing all items above.
- •Only those written comments received 10 days in advance of the meeting will be included in the official record of the meeting.
October Meeting is Oct 19-20 (Mark your datebook to watch this live)
Live Webcast Instructions
Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, GA
Oct 19: 8:00 am – 6 pm
Oct 20: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
- Due to Firewall concerns, some users may need to cut and paste the link into their internet browser.
- Closed Caption are only available on the Windows Media link.
Listening to meeting via phone only:
Toll Free: 1-877-925-7916
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