A new study published in this week’s Journal of the American Medical Association has found that HPV vaccine is safe:
Most of the [Adverse Events Following Immunization] rates were not greater than the background rates compared with other vaccines, but there was disproportional reporting of syncope and venous thromboembolic events. The significance of these findings must be tempered with the limitations (possible underreporting) of a passive reporting system.
In other words, serious reactions to the vaccine were not more common compared to any other vaccine. In the unlikely event someone got a serious reaction, the reaction was more likely to be fainting or blood clotting.
So now there’s no excuse for anyone to be pro-cancer.