Wednesday August 12, 2020

Parents seek compensation over Gardasil

State Claims Agency has received two claims for damage allegedly caused by HPV vaccine

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
27th November, 2016

The State Claims Agency has received two claims from parents of children seeking financial compensation for damage allegedly caused by the Gardasil HPV vaccine.

The Department of Health said letters were “received by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board and passed on to the State Claims Agency”.

Various legal firms are urging those “affected by Gardasil” to contact them. Some 220,000 adolescents in Ireland have received the vaccine, which protects against cervical cancer, in...

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