Need Volunteers this week

Need Volunteers this week

Hello Supporters of Rhode Islanders against mandated HPV vaccinations;

This week we will be in attendance at two events and one of those events we need volunteers to help spread awareness. The second event we invite you to attend as Aimee Gardiner our Director speaks about the fight in RI against the mandate.

RI Kids Consignment Sale is happening this week. Thurs, Sat, and Sun. Can you help be with the table to share info and ask for signatures on our petition? You do not need to feel like you have to know all the facts to help. There will be printouts to reference and hand out, but having a person to see at the table and be able to say “thank you for taking a look at the info” can make a huge difference to parents that are not aware of the issue.

Sept 29-Oct 2 ~~ Thurs 9:30a-5  Sat 9:30a-3  Sun 8:45a-12

Can you help with any of these times, or part of the day vs the whole day? Thurs is a day that we could really use the help with the shift of 9:30a-2:30p. Please call Aimee at 4014062647 or email aimee@nohpvmandateri.com to volunteer.

You are invited to attend “For the Love of Freedom” hosted by Adam Kokesh on Sept 30th Friday at 7pm in Warwick. Aimee will be speaking at this event and there will be info about different ways in RI you can connect with groups that are fighting for a cause and standing up against government overreach. The event is being held at the Firefighter’s Hall, 750 Warwick Ave in Warwick.

The CDC group; The ACIP is having a quarterly meeting that involved the HPV vaccine. We sent an email a couple days ago in regards to submitting public comment to be recorded in the meeting. Please submit comment by Sept 29th it only takes 3or4minutes.

Have you subscribed to our Facebook events to get notified of new ones posted immediately? https://www.facebook.com/RIagainstHPVmandate/events

If you are not able to help at any of the times this week, (even if you are helping too) please share the RI HPV Info pack with others. Via social media and printing a couple copies and placing on a library bulletin board or coffee shop. The direct link is http://www.RIHPVinfo.nohpvmandateri.com

 

Thank you so much for all the help and support through out the year.

 

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ACIP Meeting will address HPV vaccine, ACT NOW

ACIP Meeting will address HPV vaccine, ACT NOW

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.

Deadline: SEPTEMBER 29TH 2016
10 workdays before the meeting. Meeting Scheduled for Oct 19th
Content of written comments:
  • •name
  • •address
  • •organizational affiliation
  • •e- mail address of the speaker
  • •topic being addressed
  • •specific comments
Format and length of written 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.
Contact:
Stephanie Thomas, CDC, NCIRD. Email ACIP@cdc.gov

 

ACIP (Advisory committee on immunization practices)

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

  1. Due to Firewall concerns, some users may need to cut and paste the link into their internet browser.
  2. Closed Caption are only available on the Windows Media link.

Windows Media Link ~~~~~~~~ Flash Link

Meeting Agenda — HPV VACCINE IS ON THE AGENDA

Listening to meeting via phone only:
Toll Free: 1-877-925-7916
Passcode: 4080878459

Join the Facebook event and select “going” to get the reminders and to share with others to make their voice heard too.

VICP has paid out nearly 6million in claims to HPV vaccine injury victims

VICP has paid out nearly 6million in claims to HPV vaccine injury victims

Documents Obtained by Judicial Watch Reveal 200 Claims Filed with HHS for HPV Vaccine Injuries and Deaths, 49 Compensated 

Documents Reveal that the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has Paid Out Nearly $6 million in Claims to Victims of Controversial HPV (human papillomavirus) Vaccine, including Families of Two Dead

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that it has received documents from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) revealing that its National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has awarded $5,877,710 dollars to 49 victims in claims made against the highly controversial HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines. To date 200 claims have been filed with VICP, with barely half adjudicated.

The documents came in response to a February 28, 2013, Judicial Watch lawsuit against HHS to force the department to comply with a November 1, 2012, Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (No. 1:13-cv-00197)). On March 12, 2013, The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of HHS, provided Judicial Watch with documents revealing the following information:

  • Only 49 of the 200 claims filed have been compensated for injury or death caused from the (HPV) vaccine.  Of the 49 compensated claims 47 were for injury caused from (HPV) vaccine the additional 2 claims were for death caused due to the vaccine.
  • 92 (nearly half) of the total 200 claims filed are still pending.  Of those pending claims 87 of the claims against (HPV) vaccine were filed for injury, the remaining 5 claims were filed for death.
  • 59 claims have been dismissed outright by VICP.  The alleged victims were not compensated for their claims against the HPV vaccine.  Of the claims dismissed, 57 were for injuries, 2 were for deaths allegedly caused by the HPV vaccine.
  • The amount awarded to the 49 claims compensated totaled 5,877,710.87 dollars. This amounts to approximately $120,000 per claim.

VICP is a Health and Human Services program that compensates patients who have been adversely affected by certain vaccines. The HHS web site describes the program as a “no-fault alternative to the traditional tort system,” and it covers 16 specific classes of vaccines, including HPV vaccines which were added in 2007.

From its inception, the use of HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases has been hotly disputed.  According to the Annals of Medicine: “At present there are no significant data showing that either Gardasil or Cervarix (GlaxoSmithKline) can prevent any type of cervical cancer since the testing period employed was too short to evaluate long-term benefits of HPV vaccination.”

“This new information from the government shows that the serious safety concerns about the use of Gardasil have been well-founded,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.  “Public health officials should stop pushing Gardasil on children.”

In addition to obtaining records from the FDA through the agency’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) which has documented thousands of adverse reactions to Gardasil, Judicial Watch also published a special report in 2008 detailing Gardasil’s approval process, side effects, safety concerns and marketing practices.

 

STOP THE MANDATE IN RI FOR THE HPV VACCINE, donate to help the fight. This is coming across the country. Help RI show the country that we all will band together against the mandate of HPV vaccinations. www.gifts.nohpvmandateri.com Donate $10 Today.

Sign the petition to advocate for informed consent and reverse the HPV vaccine mandate in RI.

 

 

Article dated March 2013

1yr Rally Anniversary

1yr Rally Anniversary

1 year ago today Rhode Islanders against mandated HPV vaccinations partnered with the Center for Freedom and Prosperity held a joint rally in Cumberland RI, as the first public appearance of the stand against the mandate and to advocate for informed consent.

Many RI citizens showed to support the efforts of reversing the mandate and four legislators were there from the very start. Justin Price, Elaine Morgan, Bobby Nordolillo, and Blake Filippi. Sherry Roberts was not in attendance of the Rally but was vocal in her support.

What has happened since?

  • #NOHPVmandateRI partnered with the Gaspee Project a 501 c4
  • We held “Making Waves in the Ocean State” and had a wonderful event where Brandy Vaughan, and Toni Bark flew in to speak to us, and many local doctors and legislators contributed to the evening also.
  • The petition has reached close to 3000 signatures and is still growing.
  • FIVE bills were introduced in the 2016 legislative session to support the efforts that parents in this have been advocating for.
  • Many new candidates running for office have voiced their support of the Rhode Islanders against mandated HPV vaccinations and that the mandate should be reversed.
  • The RI Dept of Health decided to kick up their efforts ( we are pretty sure they have never been challenged to this degree before) to increase vaccination rates vs respecting parents right to choose for their families. So your tax dollars have been spent on direct mailing to minors and robo calls to homes to get the HPV vaccine this summer.
  • The Awareness Campaign kick off this summer to counter the Dept of Health with informed consent, to be sure parents know the options they have a right to and both risks vs benefits without a one sided story. To hold legislators accountable that will not support protecting the right to make medical decisions for your child, especially ones that do not impact the classroom and should have nothing to do with attending school. YOU CAN HELP THIS EFFORT DONATE TODAY.

We have not stopped working and educating on this topic, and are excited to celebrate a year of hard work and dedication. Thank you so much for your support, whether you were with us from the start or recently joined. Our work is not over, and many more still need to know this fight is happening. Be sure to share with others, use social media, call your closest family and friends, forward an email from us, and especially donate to the cause. Donate $15 or more Now and show your state representative and senator you mean business.

Enjoy the photo memories from Aug 17, 2015 Rally

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Do you want to be more involved? Do you have questions?

Please feel free to email changehpvmandateri@gmail.com  or comment here on the blog post.

 

Judy Mikovits PhD and the HPV vaccine

Aug 13 2016 Judy Mikovits presents on the HPV vaccine and the study data associated with it.

 

This webinar was just recorded today 8-13-16, and hosted by FactsOnVax- this video is almost 2 hours long, and may only be available for 72hrs.

May 2016 Director of Rhode Islanders against mandated HPV vaccinations; Aimee Gardiner, also did an interview with Dr Nancy Tarlow, please take a look at that blog post too.

Sign the petition in RI to reverse the HPV vaccine mandate and to advocate for informed consent.

Donate to help fight the RI Dept of Health and the state general assembly to overturn this mandate and put the power of total private choice back in the parent’s hands. PLEASE DONATE TODAY

Action needed now, August 2016

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Right now, we need to advocate for informed consent and be sure parents know their rights. This fall, we must hold lawmakers accountable for their votes and actions. This fall we need to send a clear message that if elected officials support policies that benefit the special interests – instead of the people of Rhode Island – that we refuse to be silent. That we will campaign against the RI Dept of Health’s lack of transparency, and we mean business.

We must protect the rights of Rhode Island parents to make choices about our own children’s health. The HPV Vaccine Mandate robs us of this right and puts the government between us and our doctors. Even more disturbingly, the RI Department Of Health is now using your tax dollars to market the vaccine directly to our children – bypassing you, their parents.

As you know, our anti-HPV mandate movement has partnered with The Gaspee Project to raise awareness and money. Now is the time to support our cause.

By clicking the link below and making a donation, you will help us build our campaign war-chest so that we can make independent expenditures in select upcoming General Assembly races, and inform parents of their options.

 

Please give your most generous contribution today!

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Clinton choice for VP signed Virginia bill to mandate HPV vaccine for 6th grade

Rhode Islanders against mandated HPV vaccinations does not endorse any particular presidential candidate, but when the potential Vice President finds it acceptable to mandate Gardasil……. then we feel you need know that. If he is okay with bypassing your parental rights of choice for something that can not impact the classroom; then how well will your parental rights be respected in over all retrospect? Hillary Clinton accepts more money in her campaign from pharmaceutical companies then any other candidate. You need to vote for what you feel is the best choice, just as you need to choose what is the best choice for your family to get the Gardasil vaccine or not.

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Clinton chose Virginia Senator Tim Kaine. Kaine has a history of sinister idealogy. In fact, he once forced sixth grade girls to take Gardasil shots, according to a 2007 article from the Washington Post. (see below)

In 2006, Kaine accepted  $12,000 from Teva Pharmaceuticals TEVA, +0.18% to cover his expenses at the Democratic Governors Association meeting. A third of his donations come from big banks, or “securities and investments.” In Virginia, accepting gifts from special interest is considered a non-issue. 

“During his eight years as lieutenant governor and governor, Sen. Kaine went beyond the requirements of Virginia law, even publicly disclosing gifts of value beneath the reporting threshold,” a spokesperson told Politico. “He’s confident that he met both the letter and the spirit of Virginia’s ethical standards.”

According to CBSNews.

The disclosures showed he received an $18,000 Caribbean vacation from Virginia-based tech investor James Murray, Jr., and in 2007 received $5,500 in clothing from Stuart Siegel of S&K Menswear, a company that declared bankruptcy in 2009. Teva Pharmaceuticals gave $12,000 for expenses incurred for the Democratic Governors Association meeting in Aspen in 2006. Obama for America had the largest disclosure–$45,075 for travel and lodging related to the 2008 presidential campaign.


Kaine Says He’ll Sign Bill Making Shots Mandatory

By Tim Craig

Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, March 3, 2007

RICHMOND, March 2 — Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine said Friday that he has decided to sign legislation requiring all sixth-grade girls to get immunized against a virus that causes cervical cancer if their parents don’t object.

Kaine (D) had expressed “some qualms” this week about mandating that girls receive the human papillomavirus vaccine before entering high school, but he said many of those concerns were alleviated after he studied the bill closer.

“The particular language that ended up in the bill is fine,” Kaine said today. “It’s very broad, and people get information about the health benefits and any health concerns about the vaccination, and they get to make their own decisions. I think that is the right balance.”

Virginia will become the second state to require the vaccine, which is called Gardasil. Last month, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) said girls in that state would also be required to receive it. At least 20 states and the District are studying similar proposals.

 New Jersey-based pharmaceutical maker Merck & Co. received federal approval in June to sell the vaccine. Merck began a nationwide lobbying campaign to try to get states to mandate the vaccine. Merck suspended its campaign two weeks ago amid questions about whether profit, instead of public health, is guiding the debate.

In Virginia, parents will be able to opt out of the requirement without citing a reason.

“If they choose not to do it, they don’t have to do it,” said Del. Phillip A. Hamilton (R-Newport News), the sponsor of the legislation. “They just have to sign a form so the health department knows they opted out.”

HPV is a sexually transmitted virus that causes almost 7,000 cases of cervical cancer annually. A federal study released Wednesday estimated that 7.5 million girls and women ages 14 to 24 have been infected with the virus.

Because the virus is transmitted through sexual contact, some parents and politicians worry that mandating the vaccine might encourage promiscuity. But a bipartisan majority in the General Assembly voted overwhelmingly in favor of the mandate.

The bill would take effect in 2008, making the 2008-09 school year the first that girls would be required to receive the vaccine. Supporters said that provides officials enough time to study side effects.