Jasmin did not experience any previous problems after any of her normal vaccinations, her family said.Searching for answers, her parents reconstructed her final hours of life. She attended a concert then went to a fast food restaurant at midnight.She then got a taxi with her flatmate to her home in Döbling. The next morning, her girlfriend came by to check up on her, but Jasmin, according to the woman, 'must have died a few hours earlier in her sleep'.
The jab is given to adolescents because the HPV virus is said to cause certain cancers – and almost all cervical forms of the disease.
But other experts have branded the vaccination 'useless' and argue there is no proven link between the sexually-transmitted virus and cancer.
A pathologist who examined her body has said the vaccine could have been the cause of her death.
Jasmin's story is one of 'hundreds of documented deaths following the HPV vaccine' according to claims in a new three-part documentary, titled Sacrificial Virgins.
For instance, some types of HPV can cause warts or verrucas. In 99 per cent of cases, cervical cancer is said to occur as a result of a history of infection with high-risk types of HPV.
Infection with other types of HPV is linked to genital warts, skin warts and verrucas, vaginal cancer or vulval cancer, anal cancer or cancer of the penis, some cancers of the head and neck and laryngeal papillomas (warts on the voice box or vocal cords).
Thousands of girls around the world have suffered adverse reactions, often developing chronic fatigue syndrome.
The family of British teenager Ruby Shallom from Bracknell, Berkshire, also claim she was left paralysed in three limbs after having the HPV jab.
There are over 100 different types of HPV, with around 40 types that affect the genital area.
Different types of HPV are classed as either high risk or low risk, depending on the conditions they can cause.
She died in her sleep of respiratory failure, on December 10 2007 aged just 19.