References:

  1. Court Documents from Tarsell v. Secretary of Health and Human Services (US Court of Federal Claims ECF) [h/t CourtListener]
    1. 2015-05-13 [2015-06-11]
      • Mirror (CourtListener from Free Law Project)
    2. 2016-02-16 [2016-03-08]
      • Mirror (CourtListener from Free Law Project)
    3. 2017-09-01 [2017-06-30]
      • Mirror (CourtListener from Free Law Project)
      • Mirror (sealed) (Emily Tarsell, Gardasil and Unexplained Deaths)
    4. 2017-09-25 [2017-08-13]
      • Mirror (CourtListener from Free Law Project)
      • Mirror (Emily Tarsell, Gardasil and Unexplained Deaths)
    5. 2017-08-31
      • Mirror (CourtListener from Free Law Project)
    6. 2018-02-26 [2018-03-26]
      • Mirror (CourtListener from Free Law Project)
    7. 2018-07-31 [2018-07-20]
      • Mirror (CourtListener from Free Law Project)
  2. Interview with Dr Bernard Dalbergue, [Part 1]
  3. Interview with Dr Bernard Dalbergue [Part 2]
  4. Google Search query for all URLs containing "dalbergue" on Principes du Santé's website
    • Mirror (Wayback Machine from The Internet Archive)
    • Mirror (archive.today, an independent website)
  5. Alex Pietrowski, Waking Times (this is just a h/t, "cited" out of journalistic integrity—NOT as a source of authoritativeness—additionally, the website is a bit of a garbagefire, barely usable even with an ad blocker)
    • Mirror (Wayback Machine from The Internet Archive)
  6. Emily Tarsell, Gardasil and Unexplained Deaths (online presentation/memorial created by the plaintiff to raise awareness of her daughter's death)
    • Mirror (Wayback Machine from The Internet Archive)

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