This is an enquiry e-mail via from:  Rae

My daughter too had an adverse reaction to the vaccine - blackouts - two days after her first injection they started and they lasted for more than a week - she was hospitalised where she was told everything from "a viral infection" to just attention seeking. She thought she was going insane. The hospital were told that she had just had the first Gardasil vaccination but every doctor we saw said it "wouldn't be related to that"!? My daughter too was fit and healthy before the injection. I then took the step of researching on the internet the reactions that Gardasil has had on young woman in other countries and was horrified by the shocking things that I found, yet we had been told prior to her vaccination that there had been "no adverse reactions recorded". After discussing this information with my daughter she made the informed decision not to have any more Gardasil injections.
 I agree that there needs to be a lot more openness between the medical profession and their patients, we have the right to know what is being given to us. I believe that we are too often just expected to trust them because they are medical professionals. Like Jasmine's mother I know my daughter better than anyone (other than herself) and after reading Jasmine's story I urge everyone to do some independent research before making the decision that you feel is right for you and your daughters.
To Jasmine's family my heartfelt love, I can only imagine the pain you must be feeling. Thank you for having the strength and for caring enough about others to write her story. May she Rest in Peace with the angels.