clothcap (clothcap) wrote,

Vaccinations. Russian Roulette

Trading death/damage from Meningitis for death/damage from vaccination
For big pharma's profit?
Campaign for all children to be given meningitis vaccine reaches 700,000
ITV Report 22 February 2016 at 5:58am
Pressure is building on the Government to give the meningitis B vaccine to all children aged under 11 as the number of signatories to a petition approaches 700,000.
Huge support for the campaign comes after several high-profile cases involving the devastating virus, that can kill its victims or leave them in need of life-changing amputations.
Images of two-year-old Faye Burdett, from Maidstone, Kent, who died from the virus on Valentine's Day, prompted a surge in support for the cause and the petition received a further boost when England rugby hero Matt Dawson revealed his two-year-old son, Sam, was recovering after contracting meningitis C.
More than 667,000 have signed the parliamentary petition, making it the most popular since their introduction.


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