NY bill would require HPV vaccine for children to enter school, daycare
by ANNE MCCLOY
ABC 13 WHAM
A concerned mom is warning about a New York bill that would require children to get the HPV vaccine before they could attend school.
Under S298/A2912, a child would have to get the vaccine to be able to attend public school or daycare.
Right now, the HPV vaccine is FDA approved for males and females ages 9 to 45 years old, to prevent certain cancers caused by human papillomavirus.
“There’s definitely a large concern among the moms I know about this.”
Laura Greenaway is a mom of two girls. She learned of the bill from posts on her Facebook feed, and now she wants to alert other moms.
“It created concern and anxiety for me that this is not a decision that I can make for my own child,” Greenaway said.
She doesn’t believe kids should be required to be vaccinated against human papillomavirus across New York State, and Greenaway is not anti-vaccine.
“My children are all up to date on other vaccines that are tried, tested and true. This is a newer vaccine with very alarming side effects,” she said.
New York State Senator Brad Hoylman. Image Source.
The bill is sponsored by State Senator Brad Hoylman (D- Manhattan), whose legislation eliminating the religious exemption for vaccines in school children was recently signed by Governor Cuomo.
“It would require all children born after Jan. 1, 2008 to receive the HPV vaccine to attend school or daycare in New York, similar legislation passed in other states including Rhode Island,” Hoylman said.
Images of a few of the women we have done articles about who had their lives destroyed by the HPV vaccine.
Infant Accidentally Vaccinated with Gardasil – Mother Blamed for Vaccine Injuries and Baby Medically Kidnapped
15 Year Old French Girl’s “Descent into Hell” After Gardasil Vaccine – Wheelchair Bound and Paralyzed
HPV Vaccine Injuries: “I Cannot Begin to Describe What it is Like to Watch your Daughter Live in Such Agony”
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