Gardasil: France: 15 year old girl severly injured (MS): Lawsuit against Sanofi Pasteur

gardasil.gi_1Today, the 22nd November 2013, Mr. Jean-Christophe Coubris, defence lawyer for Marie-Océane, has filed charges with the French public prosecutor in Bobigny, in the outskirts of Paris, against both Laboratoire Sanofi Pasteur MSD and the French authority Agence Nationale du Médicament (ANSM), the French National Medicines Agency, for breach of their manifest duty to ensure safety and for disregard of the precautionary and prevention principles.

An initial injection of Gardasil was administered to Marie-Océane, age 15 at the time, on the 11th of October 2010. A second injection of the vaccine was administered to Marie-Océane on the 13th of December 2010.

The first clinical symptoms appeared in mid-February 2011 and were rapidly diagnosed as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis or multiple sclerosis.

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5 thoughts on “Gardasil: France: 15 year old girl severly injured (MS): Lawsuit against Sanofi Pasteur

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  2. theredhawg

    For thousands of years we have been just fine without vaccinations but now people just line up to get the poisons injected into their bodies. I do not understand their reasoning. I took my youngest daughter that is now 25 out of public schools because of these poisons and bombs that were in her school. She had a 4.0 gpa on her bachelors and a 4.0 gpa on her masters with honors on both.
    Your kids will be so much better off if you homeschool them. The School told me that i could not teach her myself. Well with Jesus Christ involved we did just fine. They had to eat their words. She is steadily moving up the ladder and we are so proud of her. Thank You Lord.

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