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(NECN) - (A previous version of this write contained a typographical error - there have been more than 7800 complaints about Gardisil, not 78,000 as was written here. We apologize for the error.) A vaccine recommended to prevent cervical cancer is coming under scrutiny after thousands of reports of dangerous and maybe even deadly side effects. There have been more than 7800 complaints about Gardasil, a vaccine for the human papilloma virus, which can cause cervical cancer. The complaints range from nausea and genital warts, to paralysis, blood clots and even death. The centers for disease control says none of the ten confirmed deaths have been linked to the vaccine. Drug maker Merck insists its drug is safe.