EAST SETAUKET, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Some parents are urging lawmakers to nix any proposed vaccination bills involving sexually transmitted diseases and elementary school children.

The controversy is about HPV legislation.

Should school children age 9 and above have mandated immunization against the sexually transmitted disease human papillomavirus, or HPV, without requiring their parents’ approval?

“Separation of pharma and state. People want the right to choose what goes into their children’s bodies,” said East Setauket parent Jessica Rudin. She recently began a social media campaign, which more than 82,000 have signed, slamming the proposed HPV requirement in schools.

Studies by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show spikes in cervical cancers and the sciences is solid that the vaccine works best if it’s administered before sexual activity begins.

Some New York lawmakers are cosponsoring two bills.

“Why not give our young people the opportunity to guard against, protect themselves against, anal and cervical cancer?” said Assemblywoman Amy Paulin. “To me it’s a no-brainer. I don’t understand why we would leave this one out.”

New York state schools already require children, regardless of parental approval, to be inoculated against nearly a dozen diseases, including hepatitis B, which can also be sexually transmitted.

Advocates now want the HPV vaccine added to this group and enforced by law.

“I think it’s a great idea. At a young age, just to make sure everybody is being safe and everybody is being protected,” one man told CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan.

“Parents should have the choice whether or not they want their child to have that vaccine,” one woman said.

Some pediatricians are getting pushback from some parents.

“It is definitely a safe and effective vaccine. Where I have a problem, where a lot of the physicians in this area have a problem, is the state trying to shove this down people’s throats without parents being in the loop,” said Dr. John Zaso, a pediatrician with the Nassau Board of Health.

Advocates in Albany believe that may be the price to pay to eradicate a sexually transmitted disease.

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  2. Virginia says:

    Do not fall for this!!! The public ed has corrupted kids to be having sex and now they want to shoot them up with vaccines! Parents hang tough. Look into all the after effects of the shots!! Big Pharma!!!

  3. Joris says:

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    1. Joris says:

      court ruling on Chris Tarsell’s case:

      “Ultimately, because of the finding that Christina began to experience arrhythmia after her HPV vaccination, Ms. Tarsell has presented preponderant evidence of a logical sequence of cause and effect, connecting the HPV vaccination to the ensuing arrhythmia.

      IV. Conclusion
      The Court’s Opinion and Order required additional consideration consistent with the legal principles articulated by the Court for analyzing the evidence in this tragic case about a woman, Christina Tarsell, who died much too young. Under the approach dictated by the Court, Ms. Tarsell is entitled to compensation. The parties should anticipate that a separate order regarding damages will issue shortly.
      Pursuant to Vaccine Rule 28.1(a), the Clerk’s Office is instructed to notify the Court of this ruling.


  4. Jon S says:

    Here is an unbiased evaluation on risks.Long article but interesting. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5967601/

  5. Grumpy Santa says:

    It’s a brilliant idea. The HPV vaccine has already demonstrated that it reduced dramatically the types of cancers associated with the HPV viruses. Yes, this vaccine prevents cancer people. You can protect your kids against cancers. Any parent that wouldn’t do that for their child needs to be smacked upside the head with a vaccinated tuna and their kids need the right to be protected no matter how loud the screaming plague of Karens gets.

  6. Joann B says:

    Neither of these vaccines are safe, probably the two that cause the most vaccine injury.

    1. Grumpy Santa says:

      Well that’s a load of crap right there. The vaccines have been in use in 2006, have shown themselves to be safe, and are reducing cancers where used.

      1. Suzan Dione says:

        This vaccine has been an absolute nightmare. It has killed hundreds of girls and paralyzed more. Many girls who have had the vaccine were later diagnosed with venereal warts and cervical Cancer. There is absolutely no evidence it is safe. And there is absolutely no reason what so ever to force vaccinate those who do not want to be force vaccinated with it. Many many parents and children regret the day they were coerced and badgered by their doctors and to be injected by this poison. People, please do some research and understand this is about Merck making billions to recoup losses from massive lawsuits on their other life destroying poisonous products. WAKE UP before your kids lives are destroyed by the evil and greedy pharmaceutical industry and paid off politicians.

      2. YT says:

        Can you prove it?

        1. Joann B says:

          Not when moderators won’t post the scientific studies that yes, do prove it. Go to the Learn the Risk Website or Childrens Health Defense website. Get a copy of “Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies” All sources cited.

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