is with great regret that we announce Australian, London Olympics medal rower, Sarah Tait, has died after a battle with cervical cancer-she was just 33.
Sarah survived by his last national coach Bill husband and two children.
who had received the HPV vaccine and did do chemotherapy, but unfortunately, she just took too young.
Yahoo News article:
“It’s not like I thought my life would be at this stage.
had the vaccine against cervical cancer when I was younger. I have had regular Pap tests throughout my life, more recently, in December, so do not pick it up. Said Tait. “
I quote from the website directly CBS:
“Women who receive the human papillomavirus (HPV) may be more likely to be infected with certain high-risk strains of the virus that women who do not receive the vaccine, according to a new study “ -. CBS NEWS
is contacted by women or mothers who have contracted HPV after vaccination (even all 3) Merck says Gardasil now is not a solution, and that is another shot, but some are skeptical.
Perth-born and raised Tait, who captained Australia rowing team in Beijing Olympics was diagnosed with cervical cancer in March 2013. Before his diagnosis, he was fit and healthy. The diagnosis surprised that she and her husband, telling The West Australian, “It’s been a roller coaster.”