"I was a happy kid. But that changed after Gardasil. The things I loved doing most were ripped away from me … I want my old life back." — Korrine Herlth
Korrine Herlth grew up with a passion for music and a love for animals that she dreamed of turning into a career. She was an active member of several choirs and regularly performed in concerts. She was a well-rounded teen with an exceptional academic record and broad range of other hobbies and interests.
In 2013, Korrine received two doses of Gardasil's HPV vaccine. Andrea Herlth consented to her daughter's vaccination after Merck's years of deceptive marketing exhausted her initial reluctance. Merck's fraudulent ads claimed that the vaccine is safe, that it prevents cancer and that good mothers vaccinate their daughters with Gardasil.
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This is the fifth #Gardasil lawsuit @baumhedlund and I have filed against Merck, challenging the company's dangerous and defective #HPV #vaccine for causing severe and life-changing injuries. #TheDefenderhttps://t.co/o5mIaT7rWb— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) January 23, 2021