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The Irish Cancer Society Censors Parents’ Q&A after Heated Talk on HPV Vaccine – Watch the Video!
August 25, 2016 This week, the Irish Cancer Society went on an all-out media frenzy on every major Irish radio show around the country to advertise its upcoming HPV vaccine-safety campaign in Galway and Cork, two areas of the country … Continue reading
Irish Group R.E.G.R.E.T. Calls Out Gardasil Propaganda
May 20, 2016 If you’ve been following TMR in the last year, you may be aware that we have been reporting on the efforts of an Irish group named R.E.G.R.E.T. (Reactions and Effects of Gardasil Resulting in Extreme Trauma) which was … Continue reading
Gardasil – Ireland’s Political Hot Potato
March 19, 2016 Mná Na hEireann, the women of Ireland, have through the centuries of Irish history displayed a certain kind of strength and courage which is admired the world over. They are the subject of songs, folklore, legends, poetry, … Continue reading
Is This the Beginning of the End for Gardasil?
Ireland, a small country on the westernmost edge of Europe, has been the focus in the last few months of an unprecedented international media storm around the subject of Gardasil and the staggering number of side effects which have been … Continue reading
Will the Irish Government Heed Its People and Investigate HPV Vax (Gardasil) Injuries?
(Update 11/4/15: Since TMR began reporting on the now obvious HPV vaccine reactions observed in Irish teenagers in the few years since Gardasil was introduced, a brave mother, Fiona Kirby, is seeking a court order to revoke the license of Gardasil … Continue reading
Gardasil Update from Europe: Marketing Tactics and Injuries in Ireland
HPV vaccine-injury stories are making headlines all over the world, most recently in Ireland, the U.K., Japan, France, Spain, Denmark, India, Australia, and Colombia. In contrast, not one mainstream media outlet in the U.S. has covered this recurring, consistent global trend. … Continue reading