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Effects Of The HPV Vaccine

EDM number 304 in 2017-19, proposed by John Mann on 12/09/2017.
Categorised under the topic of Vaccination.

That this House notes that while the HPV vaccination is expected to help to reduce the incidence of cervical cancer in the future, and that the majority of girls have been vaccinated without any apparent adverse reactions, all medicines and medical interventions carry some elements of risk; further notes a number of girls have reported seriously disabling illness with strong temporal relationship to the HPV vaccination that includes symptoms listed on the Patient Information Leaflet which have proved to be long-lasting; and calls on the Government to support such girls in receiving timely medical investigation and treatment and with access to education.

This motion has been signed by a total of 8 MPs.

John Mann12/09/2017BassetlawLabourProposed
Jim Shannon13/09/2017StrangfordDUPSeconded
Ronnie Cowan13/09/2017InverclydeScottish National PartySeconded
Jim Cunningham14/09/2017Coventry SouthLabourSeconded
Kelvin Hopkins09/10/2017Luton NorthLabourSeconded
Lloyd Russell-Moyle10/10/2017Brighton, KemptownLabour/Co-operativeSeconded
Marie Rimmer11/10/2017St Helens South and WhistonLabourSigned
Ruth George17/10/2017High PeakLabourSigned

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