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At first the family dismissed Zara's symptoms as asthma, but her health continued to deteriorate in the weeks that followed.She suffered palpitations, felt dizzy, weak and tired, and was later diagnosed with Po TS - postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome - which makes her heart race. She said to me, "Mum, I would rather be dead than like this." She is 13 and she said, "I feel like somebody put me in an 80-year-old's body."' Eighteen months on, Zara, of Wigton, Cumbria, feels faint every time she stands, is unable to leave the house without a wheelchair and is home-schooled.The vaccine is routinely offered to schoolgirls aged 12 and 13 and more than eight million across the UK have been vaccinated in the past eight years.It protects against human papillomavirus which causes cervical cancer - the most common cancer in women under 35 - and is thought to save some 400 lives each year.Mrs Forsyth, a legal officer, said: 'We could shop elsewhere but like a lot of other busy mums I want to go somewhere convenient and affordable.
From a really young age Harrison has loved anything to do with the sea.'I feel strongly about it myself.
A nature-loving boy posted a letter to Aldi asking them to stop using plastic packaging after being inspired by an episode of Blue Planet 2.
Six-year-old Harrison Forsyth watched the nature documentary with his mother Marie, 38, and he became distressed when a scene showed a whale chewing on plastic.
Anthea, who has been forced to reduce her hours to care for Zara, said: 'I have been a nurse for 30 years and I have never heard or seen anything like this before.'There are so many young girls now who are in the same position. There were around 3,200 new cases of cervical cancer in the UK in 2014 - around nine diagnoses every day, according to Cancer Research UK.
As with any vaccine, there is a very small chance of a severe allergic reaction with the HPV jab, according to the Vaccine Knowledge Project at the University of Oxford.