Hayley Willard was one of the first to receive a Gardasil vaccination at 15 years of age in Newfoundland, Canada in 2010. Up until then, she was a very active extroverted person who was actively involved in figure skating competitions. Her mother Dana explained that Hayley was a healthy, enthusiastic daughter until Gardasil came into her life, although she had minor short-lived adverse reaction from vaccinations before. But after her Gardasil shot she was showing signs of autoimmune issues. Her energy level decreased, she was easily fatigued and looking pale. Then she became sluggishly lethargic with low energy, began gaining weight, was having migraines, and other symptoms. She complained that she was not feeling right and beside herself. Her skating became erratic and she injured herself while practicing. Cysts were discovered in her ovaries, an area that was never an issue with Hayley before. She began having anxiety attacks that were unusual for her and inexplicable. None of the doctors would even imply that the Gardasil vaccine had anything to with her condition. They wanted to prescribe antidepressants instead. But Dana was intuitively suspicious and began researching on the side effects of Gardasil and other vaccines. She soon began realizing it wasn’t a coincidence that her health issues began immediately after Hayley’s HPV vaccination. Her immune system had been compromised severely. Many reported adverse events that Dana discovered from the HPV vaccine included what Hayley was experiencing, often even worse. But the worst event occurred in 2013 when Hayley was diagnosed with leukemia.

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