Vaccinations are directly related to Epileptic Fits, sometimes death
Below is the story of a Mother, Sarah Moore, who describes the death of her daughter Harriet Moore following a MRR Vaccination.
A must watch video.
A must watch video.
An excerpt from the video can be found below:
HARRIET'S REACTION TO HER ROUTINE MMR
"Harriet was born on the 30th of December '94. When she was fifteen months old, in March '96, her routine innoculation came through from the local health visitor to go and get her MMR. She'd had all her previous baby innoculations without any problem. Being a first time Mum, I didn't expect to have to question it.
I took her along in the March, and she had her MMR by the health visitor in the leg. At the time they said to keep her in the surgery for about 15 to 20 minutes afterwards just in case of any adverse reactions. Which we did, and she was fine, we took her home.=
Ah from then really onwards she did start getting really clingy. She used to love her milk anyway, but she wasn't so happy and smiley and giggly like she'd always been before. They did say that she could have a slight rash come up from the innoculation, and there could be a swelling come on the the thigh where she had her innoculation, and that did happen. But then we were told, give her (paracetamol), and that will settle her down.
The rash came up for about a week and then it disappeared. But she carried on being clingy, I did ring them and they said you know it's probably just a slight reaction, if you're overly concerned, bring her down, but otherwise its just a course of what can happen.
It wasn't until a month after exactly the innoculation date, that we heard her about four O'Clock in the morning crying.
We went in, and her head was jerking to one side. Well you know I mean I'd never seen anybody fit before so I didn't know what was happening.
I called my husband in. We gave her her milk as normal and thought maybe she had a trapped nerve or something. I just maybe being a naive first time Mum. She took her milk fine, but she carried on jerking, so we weren't sure. We weren't happy about it, rang the local Doctor, well the one that was on call and he said ' Is that Harriet in the background, is that her crying?' and we said "yes", they said 'well she wouldn't be fitting if she is crying. The baby doesn't cry and fit at the same time'. Which we found out of course since, that there's a number of different types of fits, and yes you can still cry and be fitting at the same time.
So he said "I'll come on by anyway"...
He seemed to be taking a long time, so we rang 999 and got the paramedics. The paramedics came and they took Harriet to Hospital. They said 'Well are you a first time Mum?'... I said 'Well yeah'... (Paramedics said) 'Oh well don't worry, Dad can follow behind, I'm sure it's just a febrile convulsion. We'll get her to Hospital, get it checked out and that if Dad follows behind in the car hopefully you'll be able to get discharged and you can come home again.
Just when we got to the bottom of the road, that's when the Doctor arrived. So just as well we didn't wait for him. We carried on to the RUH in Bath (Hospital). They gave her numerous different anticonvulsive drugs, phenobarbitan, phenatoan, just the lot, and nothing would control them. So she was rushed into intensive care and kept there overnight. A CT scan had shown that her brain had swollen quite a bit and that's what obviously was making them concerned, that she had encephalitis.
It wasn't until the next morning that they decided they would airlift her to Great Ormond Street Hospital, so she was airlifted up there where she was rushed into the intensive care unit.
They put her into a thiopentone coma which is like a self induced coma. They said they needed to try and shut as much of the body down as possible, so that the brain swelling would reduce. But they said 'Expect there;s a 50/50 chance as to whether she'll make it through the night, we really don't know what's caused it'."
GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL TESTS
"They couldn't do a lumbar puncture at that stage, as Harriet's brain was too swollen and obviously doing a lumbar puncture would cause more swelling. So when it was safe to do one they did it, a lumbar puncture, and with that Cerebral Spinal Fluid it came back that she had a very high content of Measles, Mumps and Rubella. But particularly very high with Measles.
Of which I've since found out, that with the MMR, the Measles suppresses your immunity, its then opening up the body for the Mumps and the Rubella to take over. And Harriet definitely had mumps, I mean her whole glands were completely swollen. She was just thick (all around her neck) it was just solid.
So that came back high, that was I think the 17th of April. A week later they did another blood test, and that came back even higher. So we said "What are you trying to say that she's being poisoned by one of the components in the MMR?"
And they (Doctors from Great Ormond Street Hospital said "No the last thing we want is a media crisis."
"We said well blow the media crisis! It's our daughter here that could potentially die still, because she's still unconscious."
Great Ormond Street Hospital Doctors said :"There should be noticed that the antibodies are working following the MMR injection, but we are concerned that it is so high. So based on that, we need to send it to a laboratory, where they can do their specific testing".
Here Harriet's Mother reads directly from a letter received from Great Ormond Street Hospital staff:
"I understand that you phoned last week and there were some difficulties finding out the results of the investigations we were doing to investigate whether the MMR had any role in Harriet's devastating illness. I have been told that the CSF was sent to Colindale which is of course where we usually send samples from London. However when we looked into this, although it appears that Harriet's case was discussed with Colindale, the CSF was actually sent to the Oxford Public Health Laboratory, where a PCR on the CSF samples were performed, and found no evidence of measles or mumps RNA."
Harriet's Mother continues: "What I don't understand is how you can have a negative response when it goes to a public health laboratory, when it's quite clearly a very big positive test result before it left Great Ormond Street?"
UNIGENETICS RESEARCH LABORATORY TESTS
"However I had remembered a newspaper article I had read while Harriet was in the local Hospital back in Bath, it was a Sunday Newspaper called 'The Planet', I think it as far as I know only ever came out for the one Issue. But all on the front pages, was all about Innoculations and the MMR, and there was a Solicitors called Doorbarns that were helping families at the time who were having innoculation problems. And also mentioned a Doctor Andy Wakefield from the Royal Free (Hospital). I read it, and took it on board at the time but it wasn't until after we lost Harriet and I suddenly thought 'I'm going to see if I can contact Dr. Andy Wakefield at the Royal Free.
I rang and just left a message on his voicemail there, not thinking for a minute that he'd be able to ring me back. Being such a busy Doctor in such a massive Hospital. But he did. He had rang me back, and I went through exactly what had happened, and that we'd lost Harriet. And he said " I do feel that you need to contact this firm of Solicitors". And gave me the contact number, and really this is how it progressed from there.
I had to get a hold of all the notes, even the Maternity notes to prove that Harriet had a perfectly normal birth, my pregnancy was fine.
I had to get her Hospital notes from Bath, from Great Ormond Street. And then there was a Professor O'Leary who works at the Genetics Womens Hospital in Dublin, who was more than happy, if I signed a declaration, that Harriet's samples would be transferred under certain medical conditions from Great Ormond Street to Dublin. So this was all done, Great Ormond Street contacted me and it was all sorted out.
And it was from those muscle and liver biopsies, and the tests that were done in Dublin, that found that they found Positive Results for Measles virus in both Harriet's biopsy of her liver and her muscle.
Now Harriet's never been in contact with anyone with live Measles. The only measles that she had put into her body was that of the MMR. So it just proves that the Government Laboratory couldn't find these results for me, but a person working with no monetary gain, I didn't have to pay any money or anything.
Because again, trying to get Legal Aide, you're not allowed any Legal Aide if a child dies under the age of two following a vaccination.
The sisters couldn't believe when we got this letter from the Vaccine board to say 'Well sorry but you're not allowed to claim if your child's died following a vaccine under the age of two'. Because how many vaccinations does a child have by the time they've reached the age of two??
And it wasn't until sometime later that some of the results did come back to say that Harriet did have a mitochondrial deficiency, which until they suffer terribly with a very bad virus, which she had three given in an injection, and her immunity couldn't cope with it.
It was the MMR that took Harriet from us, because she just couldn't fight the three viruses. Had she had them singularly, it could have been a completely different ballgame. But you know, that's what we'll never know." Sarah Moore.
Harriet Moore passed away in June 1996. Her cause of death was recorded as "Liver Failure"