States mandating

With all the side effects and even deaths from this shot, why wouldn’t politicians put those tax dollars to use providing un/under-insured women access to pap smears, a screening test that can catch HPV before it develops into cancer far enough in advance that fairly simple steps can be taken to stop cancer before it even develops?

Why, because Merck and Glaxo Kline Smith can’t profit from preventing cancer that way.

Lisbeth spent six months in Iraq and is working on a memoir about her experiences.

She keeps a blog titled The Next Bold Move her work can be found in the 11th issue of Poem Memoir Story, The Splinter Generation, and In the Know Travel.

As I stated in my op-ed piece on the Affordable Health Care Act, I am a libertarian.

One of my main concerns about the government controlling our health care is mandated vaccines.

Many women left comments which confirmed my statements and research with personal stories of their once healthy daughters who are now sick and disabled from this vaccine.

Per the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) my body was property of the US Government when I was in the service. During safety briefs before summer holiday weekends we were told to wear sunscreen (check out the dangers of sunscreen here) because if we got a sunburn while off-duty we could be charged with destruction to government property.

If you or your daughter has had either HPV vaccine, please take this important survey. Further Reading: Gardasil: Miracle or Deadly Vaccine? Lisbeth Prifogle is a freelance writer, Marine officer, and globetrotter currently in San Diego, CA.

She earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles and a BA from De Pauw University.

Not amused by my sarcasm, he said, “If you don’t get the shot I will charge you with disobeying orders Lieutenant.” He was dead serious.

Thankfully, I have not had any major complications (although the more research that I do, I think I have some ongoing side effects from the Gardasil vaccine).

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