10-month-old suddenly suffers 14 seizures a day after receiving new meningitis vaccine, viral video spreads awareness

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JD Heyes
January 9, 2017

A UK couple is furious after their infant son began to suffer as many as 14 violent seizures per day following a meningitis vaccine, and are sharing the shocking video footage online.

As reported by the UK’s Daily Mail, Luke Maguire, 25, and Louise McKever, 22, said they’ve taken their son, Bobby, to the hospital more than 55 times since he received all of his vaccines this past summer.

It’s yet another sad example of vaccine injury that the ‘mainstream’ media and Big Pharma will try to sweep under the rug.

The Daily Mail noted that the Bexsero Meningitis B vaccine has been administered to all babies in the UK since September 2015, and seizures are known to be a side effect. But the first-time parents say the vaccine has left their son suffering from other problems as well, including night terrors, allergies and stomach issues.

Mom and dad are not buying the government’s denial

Since they posted a clip of their son having one of his many seizures onto social media, it has been viewed more than 1.8 million times and shared nearly 28,000 times, the Daily Mail reported.

Little Bobby is now undergoing several tests, perhaps to rule out a complex genetic epilepsy disorder. But one expert in the condition who has seen the video footage says it is not likely that the seizures are related to the vaccine.

That, of course, is coming from the UK government.

The government’s regulatory agency also said there was “insufficient evidence” to link the meningitis B vaccine to the fits.

But the parents aren’t buy it.

“This vaccination shouldn’t be given to young babies—it is ruining their lives before they even start,” said Maguire, whose only child is Bobby. “The doctors need to do something. Parents should be told the risks and allowed to make up their own minds. They have the right to know, this is about their children.”

He went on to say that from the moment his son began having his seizures, he knew that it was caused by the vaccines. “He was such a happy baby and it has ruined his life,” he added.

Maguire said his son began experiencing his seizures on the very day he received his eight-week vaccinations, when his temperature spiked suddenly and “he went floppy and unresponsive.”

He says he has made a personal commitment to ensure that no other parents will have to suffer like he and his partner, and that no other children have to suffer like Bobby.

Maguire said he understood that most people would not speak out publicly out of fear of being labeled crazy or ‘anti-vaccine,’ but he said he could not stay silent because he wanted to be a voice on behalf of parents. If a child died and he had chosen to remain silent, he said, “I couldn’t live with myself.”

“We are only basing our actions on what we see has happened to our son—not what anyone else says, but how Bobby has changed,” noted Maguire.

This vaccine is only about 73 percent effective

His son received his first does of Bexsero Meningitis B vaccine at eight weeks, then a follow-up dose at 16 weeks.  The couple said they immediately became concerned about their son right after the 16-week injection.

They were forced to call for emergency medical service after waking up and discovering that Bobby was gasping for air, turning blue and experiencing full-body twitches. His seizures began about 10 days later, the couple said, and he experiences an average of four-to-seven of them per day.

Seizures can cut off oxygen to the brain, causing damage and long-term disability.

At present, the couple said, their son is on another medication that is controlling his seizures, so he has not had one for weeks. But they say all of the testing done thus far to determine why he might be having them—CT scan, MRI, EEG—have all come back negative.

And there is this: The Daily Mail reported that the vaccine for meningitis is only about 73 percent effective.

What’s more, patient information that accompanies the Bexsero vaccine says uncommon side effects for infants and small children can include high fevers, seizures from high fevers, skin rashes and vomiting.

One expert who saw the video of one of Bobby’s seizures said he may be experiencing a tonic-clonic seizure, which could be the result of a rare genetic disorder known as Dravet syndrome, or an early-age brain disorder.

The “official” reaction—both from the government and from the vaccine maker—is one of denial. This couldn’t be the fault of a vaccine that a) the manufacturer says is okay; and b) the government has mandated. Of course not.

But the parents aren’t fooled, here. They know exactly what is causing their son’s seizures. And it’s got to be frustrating to them that nobody is listening to them or believes them.

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Breakaway Links Of The Day – July 26, 2016

Zy Marquiez
July 27, 2016

Here are yesterday’s links.

Hope all is well.

Big Pharma Prescriptions In Including Painkillers, Antidepressants Plummeting Seniors Turn To Medical Cannabis
[NaturalNews.com Daniel Gutierrez]

Researchers Find Pre-Inca Machu Picchu That Could REWRITE Andean History

[UrbanGardening] IN FOCUS – The Ninja Flame Weeder
[UrbanGardner | Curtis Stone]

French Should Expose Government Not Islam Over Neo-Gladio Provocations

Signed Into Law: Rhode Island Expands Medical Marijuana Program
[ActivistPost.com | Mike Maharrey]

Who’s Responsible For The Coup In Turkey? Was It Fethulla Gullen?
[Journal-Neo.org | F. William Engdahl]

Does Your Energy Increase Or Decrease?
[NoMoreFakeNews.com | Jon Rappoport]

CDC Releases New Meningitis B Vaccine Mandate For students, Despite Recent Study Showing Shots Fail To Protect
[NaturalNews.com | David Gutierrez]

Annunaki Structures Before The Flood: The 200,000-Year-Old Ancient City In Africa

Sustainable Food Group Petitioning Big Food [Bread] To Stop Spraying Wheat With Cancerous Glyphosate

[NaturalNews.com | J.D. Heyes]

Hillary Clinton Is A Threat To All Humanity
[CorbettReport | James Corbett]

Glyphosate Disrupts DNA Function, Causing ‘Medical Chaos’ In The Form Of Multiple Diseases Including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Say Researchers
[NaturalNews.com | Julie Wilson]

Many Of These Conditions Can Be Linked To Gluten
Dr. Bob De Maria

Leaked DNC Emails Prove Once & For All That Conspiracy Theorists Were Right All Along
[NaturalNews.com | Mike Adams]

Scientists Conclude: There Is Evidence Of A Previously Unknown Species On Earth

62-Year-Old Man REVERSES Type-2 Diabetes By Cutting Out Pasta, Bread
[NaturalNews.com | Ethan A. Huff]

Interviews & Insights – A Chef Without A Kitchen – Giulio Piccioli
[UrbanFarmer | Curtis Stone]

Urban Farmers Targeted By City, Issued Multiple Threats After Property Was Vandalized
[NaturalNews.com | Claire Bernish]

Questions Surrounding The Munich Shooting
[ActiistPost.com | Brandon Turbeville]

#GoodNewsNextWeek: There Was Never Marijuana In The Colorado Water
[MediaMonarchy | James Evan Pilato]

CDC Releases New Meningitis B Vaccine Mandate For students, Despite Recent Study Showing Shots Fail To Protect

MenB vaccine
Source: NaturalNews.com
David Gutierrez
July 26, 2016

This year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending for the first time that low-risk high school students receive the meningitis B (MenB) vaccine, first used in the United States in 2014. The recommendation is actually Category B, meaning that the CDC admits the shot might not be for everyone, but suggests that doctors talk the option over with patients.

Of course, such nuance will rapidly disappear as states transform the recommendation into a mandate; Missouri, for example, will not allow 12th graders to begin school this year unless they have received the MenB shot.

As with many new vaccines, vaccine promoters are exaggerating both the importance and the effectiveness of MenB. In fact, a study recently showed that MenB may not even protect teenagers against real-world meningococcal outbreaks.

Vaccine useless in a third of cases

There are actually two separate meningococcal vaccines: MenACWY and MenB, which protect against the meningococcal varieties (“serotypes”) indicated by the letters in each vaccine’s name. Neither vaccine protects against the serotypes in the name of the other.

MenACWY, the older vaccine, has long been recommended for children ages 11 through 18, with an initial shot at age 11 or 12 and a booster at age 16.

MenB is now recommended for adolescents aged 16 to 23, with ages 16 to 18 considered “ideal.” The shot is given in two or three doses over the course of two to eight months.

Just how effective is MenB? Not very, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota, Princeton University and Public Health England, and published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

The researchers collected blood samples from more than 600 students at a New Jersey university during a 2014 MenB outbreak, which marked the first U.S. use of the MenB vaccine. The researchers found that one-third of fully vaccinated students showed no immunity to the MenB strain involved in the outbreak, even though they showed significant immunity to two MenB strains used to develop the vaccine.

The findings suggest that the MenB vaccine may only be of limited usefulness against certain strains, the researchers concluded, and cautioned that many vaccinated people are probably still able to catch the disease. The researchers urged vaccinated adolescents to remain aware of the symptoms of meningococcal disease, and to seek treatment if they start to exhibit them.

How worrisome is MenB?

Don’t look for vaccine proponents to tell parents or young adults that the MenB vaccine may not protect a third or more of people from real-world outbreaks. Instead, look for more and more states to add MenB to their list of “required” vaccines for school attendance.

All 50 states require certain vaccines for public school attendance. Three of those states (California, West Virginia and Mississippi) allow exemptions only for medical reasons. Eighteen allow exemptions for philosophical, religious or medical reasons. The others allow only religious or medical exemptions.

Some colleges and universities also require certain vaccines, including MenACWY. It’s likely that against all evidence, MenB may soon join the list.

But, according to the CDC, college students are no more likely than other people of the same age to get MenB. The CDC does not recommend routine MenB vaccination of college students, or of anyone without specific risk factors.

Meningococcal disease occurs when the tissue covering the brain and spinal cord becomes infected. The meningococcal vaccines target a meningitis-causing bacteria that is spread through contact with bodily secretions.

According to the CDC, meningococcal disease causes disability and death in a large percentage of patients. But, the CDC admits, “meningococcal disease is not very common in the United States.”

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