This is an enquiry e-mail via from:   Shelley

My daughter is due to have her final injection on Thursday, having just read an article in our local newspaper i am really concerned.  Since having her second injection she has had severe muscle weakness in her arms, to the point she cant get dressed for school.. stomach pains all the time, and what seems to be overnight - warts growing on both her elbows...

I put all these symptoms down to growing pains as she is only 15... but after reading the article, I am absolutely terrified..

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Hilary Butler <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>

Shelley, don't do it.  What is put in, can't be taken out.  make sure that you take your daughter to the doctor, and insist that anything that has happened to her after both vaccinations, are reported to CARM.

So many young girls are not being listened to because doctors are saying that it's just adolescent acting up.  "Typical teenagers".  Well, it's not.  When teens act up, they are perfectly "normal" away from their parents, and when their friends, notice a big difference in them, it's not acting out.

So many girls have been sent to a headshrink, when the only person who needs their head shrunk are medical personnel who are refusing to see what's in front of their eyes.

Get some paper, sit down with your daughter, and write out everything that's happened in the last six months.  Do nothing further, until your daughter is back to normal, and even then, think twice.