US Federal Court Rules Death caused by Gardasil HPV Vaxx (Part 1)
By TLB Contributing Partner: Christina England, BA, Hons
This case is one of many from Shattered Dreams the HPV Vaccine Exposed.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) VigiAccess database, as of August,13, 2018, there had been a total of 84,986 reports of adverse reactions filed. These reports included 37,249 reports of nervous system disorders; 2514 cardiac disorders (including 35 cardiac arrests), 542 reports of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); over 3000 reports of seizures or epilepsy; 8430 reports of syncope and 401 deaths. 
Sadly, Christina Tarsell is one of an ever-increasing number of individuals who died after receiving the HPV vaccine, Gardasil. This vaccine, according to the Mercury Project, was only an ‘experimental’ vaccination at the time, and by receiving the vaccine, Christina had unwittingly enrolled into a post-marketing long-term safety study.
In an article, written by James Lyons-Weiler, CEO, President of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge he stated:
“The American public deserves to know whom and what killed Christina Tarsell—and they need to know the shoddy state of vaccine “science.” The scientists at Merck who hid the adverse events in the pre-licensure safety studies killed Christina Tarsell. The doctors who tell their patients they will be protected “against HPV” killed Christina Tarsell. The doctors who tell their patients that the HPV vaccine can “prevent cancer” killed Christina Tarsell. The media who take advertising revenue from Pharma and who are afraid to conduct bona fide investigative journalism and report on the realities of the combined myths and falsehoods about HPV vaccine safety and efficacy killed young Christina Tarsell at the tender age of 21 years.” 
We believe that they are correct and that all individuals should be made fully aware of any potential dangers that a vaccine may or may not have, before they agree to be vaccinated. Sadly, this did not happen when Christina was offered the HPV vaccine, Gardasil, in August 2007, by her gynaecologist, who, according to her mother, told them that, “the vaccine was safe and effective and would prevent Christina from getting cervical cancer.” Emily Tarsell, Christina’s mother, told us that:
“Concurrently there were adds on TV promoting the vaccine with the slogan ‘One Less”’cancer victim. Neither the ads nor the doctor mentioned any possible adverse side effects or cautions.”
Emily believes that if she and her daughter had been told the truth about the HPV vaccination, her beautiful, intelligent daughter, would still be here today.
The Life and ‘Gardasil-Induced’ Death of 21-Year-Old Christina Tarsell
Christina, or “Chris,” as she preferred to be called, was born on November 8, 1986. She was born a strong and healthy little girl with an Apgar score of 9 out of 10 and weighed a healthy 7 pounds, 14 ounces.
According to her mother, her daughter was an easygoing baby who was always smiling, active, inquisitive and healthy and she fulfilled all of her developmental milestones.
As a toddler, Christina loved being told stories, playing with her Little People playsets, and building with Legos. Her mother told us that, in particular, she loved all things mobile, especially kiddie cars, merry-go-rounds and bikes.
With her Shirley Temple curls, dimples, bright blue eyes, sunny smile and cheerful disposition, Christina was certainly a child who was easy to fall in love with.
Her mother told us that:
“Chris loved people. It still brings me great joy to remember how she would stand up in her crib in the morning and greet me with a huge smile when I entered the room. I have never felt more loved or more loving. When she was a toddler, she ran up to a little boy, a stranger, at a restaurant and gave him a big hug, much to his surprise and ours. She was a lifelong hugger.”
Growing up, Christina blossomed into a beautiful, bright, happy, healthy and outgoing young lady. She had many friends and enjoyed an active social life. She particularly loved sports and played soccer, basketball, tennis and baseball, which, according to Emily, was her daughter’s favorite sport. She told us that:
“In middle school, she played as the only girl on a boy’s baseball team, usually playing short stop or third base. She was the only girl at Elrod Hendricks baseball camp and the only girl to get two blue ribbons in open competition with the boys for fielding and all-around champion.”
Christina’s sport accolades did not stop at middle school. According to her mother, at Hereford High School, she was not allowed to play on the boys’ team, so she played girls’ varsity softball with a team that became County Champions in 2002.
Her passion for sports did not stop at high school, either. In 2008, Christina was chosen to play on the college tennis team, which went on to win the Division III Championship.
Emily told us that, for twelve years, Christina had also been a keen member of the local Girl Scout Troop 589. She had taken part in a number of community projects, for which she was recognized with the Gold Award, the highest award in scouting.
Christina also belonged to the Towson Unitarian Universalist Church. She participated in the Youth Group, where she believed her thoughts, feelings and emerging beliefs were supported.
Her mother explained that
“While nourished emotionally, intellectually and spiritually by these connections and relationships, Chris also liked literal nourishment. We are a family of foodies. Grandparents on both sides operated restaurants and had culinary expertise. From the time she was a toddler, Chris was in the kitchen with me cooking and baking. At age three, she loved stir-fry shrimp and vegetables and as she got older, she came up with her own recipes. Her culinary interests and skills led to a summer job as a prep chef at Chiapparellis’ Restaurant owned by relatives. To save money for college, she also worked at her Aunt Tommie’s insurance agency doing clerical work.”
“Chris had a mind of her own and independently researched colleges. She had a lot going for her with academic honors (NHS and NAHS), a high grade point average (GPA), good writing skills, award winning art work and a variety of extra-curricular activities besides sports, which included Debate Club, involvement with Amnesty International in defense of human rights, and art editor of Brillig, the school literary magazine. She chose Bard College for early decision and Bard chose her. I was worried about the cost of Bard which was beyond my means as a psychotherapist and I wanted her to consider a state honors college. But Chris persisted with her vision as was her nature and she was awarded a generous scholarship.”
At Bard, Christina’s subjects of choice were philosophy and art. Initially, her medium was painting on canvas, which, according to her mother, were exuberant with light, color and texture. However, for her senior thesis, she decided to embark on a challenging project combining painting and sculpture.
Emily told us that:
“Love of visual beauty and expression in art and nature was something we shared throughout her life. Although I made a career change after her birth, I had been a practicing artist with an advanced art degree. When Chris was an infant, I had taped small reproductions of Matisse cutouts along the sides of her bassinet. We had visited museums and galleries and even took a trip to Italy together. But the heart of her work was driven by nature, thoughtful contemplation and by an honest probing of what felt emotionally true.”
To demonstrate the sheer beauty of Christina’s amazing art work, her mother has allowed us to publish a few examples of her paintings created in high school. Links to an exhibition of her early and late art work and a piano quintet composed by Jonathan Leshnoff called Radiance in Memory of Christina Tarsell can be accessed at www.gardasil-and-unexplained-deaths.com.
“Chris was well-launched on her path to adulthood and I felt I could relax some and take a short vacation from parenting and work. But before I took that time, I made an appointment for Chris to have her first gynecological appointment and an appointment with a doctor for adults instead of her pediatrician. I had no idea how life-changing those appointments would become.”
She explained that, at the time, Christina had been undecided whether or not she should receive the series of three HPV vaccinations and she looked to her for guidance. Emily told us that:
“After thinking about it and suppressing my instinct to wait, I decided that since the vaccine is said to be safe and will prevent cervical cancer, why not. So Chris got her first Gardasil vaccination just prior to returning to college for her junior year.”
Chris got the second shot of Gardasil when she came home for the Thanksgiving break in November 2007. The same day she saw the gynecologist, she also saw my primary care doctor to switch from a pediatrician to adult care. But something unexpected happened. During a baseline physical, the primary care doctor picked up a heart arrhythmia (an irregular heart beat) by EKG. This was totally surprising, since in her 20-year medical history, Chris had never had any arrhythmia. As an athlete, she had medical checkups about twice a year. Neither arrhythmia nor any other serious problem was ever detected. She had had strep throat in her youth, seasonal allergies and at around age 16, she had brief treatment for a couple of months for mild hypothyroidism. But that normalized and she was not taking any medication. So we were surprised by the finding of an arrhythmia. The doctor said that it could be a false positive and suggested that she be retested when she came home for the Christmas break from college.”
As directed, Christina had the second EKG during the Christmas holiday and once again, an arrhythmia was detected and therefore she was advised by her doctor to have an echocardiogram (ECG). Her mother explained that:
“Back at college in February of 2008, Chris did get an echocardiogram. The results indicated that there were no structural problems with her heart. The doctor had no further recommendations for any follow up and we assumed that everything was OK. It was much later when we learned that she had been misdiagnosed as having premature atrial contractions (PAC) and was prescribed the wrong test. She was in fact having ventricular premature contractions (VPC) and she should have been put on a Holter monitor.”
“Thinking everything was OK, Chris moved forward with her semester. Chris’s Dad, Richard had visited her at Bard in April and things seemed to be normal. When Chris returned home at the end of May, she planned a short visit because she had a summer job pending on campus. I had finally taken that vacation and I was away when Chris arrived home but she picked me up at the airport four days later. At home, she was complaining to me about feeling dizzy when she stood up and she was feeling very tired. I thought that she was probably having post-semester fatigue. I did not know that three days earlier her Dad had taken her for her third Gardasil vaccination.”
Christina continued to feel tired and dizzy throughout her visit. She developed a rash and despite her mother wanting her to take an extra few weeks off to recover, Christina insisted on returning to college, to begin a new job working for the Hessel Museum of Art and to move off campus with her new housemates.
Believing that she would see her daughter in a couple of weeks, Emily told us:
“… I thought that when I visited with Chris, we could see a doctor if her symptoms persisted. So we packed up the used car that I had just given her. She gave me a big hug, promised to call me when she got back to Bard and she soldiered on.”
However, although Christina phoned as promised, Emily was unaware of the fact that she would never see her daughter alive again. Sadly, Christina died in her sleep on June 23, 2008, at the tender age of 21, just eighteen days after her third Gardasil vaccination.
Claim Filed in the US Court of Federal Claims for the Gardasil-Related Death of Christina Tarsell
Emily, like any parent who lost a child, desperately wanted to know what happened.
She waited anxiously for the coroner’s report. She explained that because of Christina’s two previous reports of arrhythmia, she had asked the coroner, Dr. Keri Reiber, to pay special attention to the heart. However, although Dr. Reiber had been committed to try and help Christina’s family find out why she had died, after an extensive investigation, she could find no structural problems with Christina’s heart or any other explanation for Christina’s death. While it was clear that she had suffered a cardiac arrest, Dr. Reiber could not explain what had happened and therefore she had to report the cause of death as undetermined.
However, as part of Christina’s medical history, Dr. Reiber noted that she had recently received the HPV vaccination. Emily told us that:
“Since the vaccine was newly licensed, there were no known tests to see if the vaccination was causally related to Chris’s death, but Dr. Reiber did file a VAERS report.”
The autopsy report left the family with more questions than answers. Emily told us that:
“The possibility that Gardasil may have caused Chris’s death had not occurred to me, until Richard told me about a news report concerning a suspected Gardasil-related death.”
Emily began to investigate the vaccine on the Internet. She told us that her investigations not only enabled her to network with other families but also contact scientists.
This led Emily to not only speak with her doctor, but also to file a Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) report and contact the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
She told us that she believed that the government would contact her and carry out a thorough investigation. However, she was shocked when she heard nothing from them.
Emily told us that:
“The CDC did obtain Chris’s medical records and a year after her death, the CDC did one test to rule out Staphylococcus aureus. It was negative. That was the end of their investigation.”
However, she was astounded by what appeared to be the CDC’s indifference to a reported death and continued with her research, and over time, she became convinced that the Gardasil vaccination had been responsible for the death of her daughter, but she needed proof.
It was for this reason that Emily and her family decided to hire attorney Mark Sadaka of Sadaka Associates to file a claim with The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. This organization, often referred to as the “vaccine court,” was set up in 1988 as part of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986. The Act gave legal immunity to pharmaceutical companies for injuries and deaths due to vaccines. 
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World Health Organisation (WHO) VigiAccess database. Accessed August 13, 2018. Available here
Lyons-Weller, James. Who and What Killed Christina Tarsell # NotOneMore. Mercury Project. 2018. Available Here
Human Resources and Services Administration. National Injury Compensation Progam, Official Website. Available Here
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About the Author: Christina England, BA Hons, Research Journalist and Author
Christina was born and educated in London, U.K. She left school to work in a children’s library, specialising in storytelling and book buying. In 1978, Christina changed her career path to dedicate her time to caring for the elderly and was awarded the title of Care Giver of the Year for her work with the elderly in 1980.
After taking an A Level in Psychology and a BTEC in Learning Support, Ms. England spent many years researching vaccines and adverse reactions. She gained a Higher National Diploma in Journalism and Media Studies in 2010 and in 2016 she gained a BA Hons degree in Literature and Humanities. She currently writes for VacTruth, Health Impact News, GreenMedInfo, The Liberty Beacon, Vaccine Impact and Medical Kidnap on immunisation safety and efficacy.
She has co-authored the book – Shaken Baby Syndrome or Vaccine Induced Encephalitis – Are Parents Being Falsely Accused? with Dr. Harold Buttram and Vaccination Policy and the UK Government: The Untold Truth with Lucija Tomljenovic PhD, which are sold on Amazon. She also compiled the book Shattered Dreams: The HPV Vaccine Exposed
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