MERCK’s GARDASIL HPV VACCINE RUINS ANOTHER LIFE
MERCK’s GARDASIL HPV VACCINE RUINS ANOTHER LIFE:
“I would rather be dead.” Says 13 year old Zara Beattie from Cumbria, UK, after a dose of Merck’s highly controversial HPV shot confines the former athlete to a wheelchair.
This story is shockingly similar to THOUSANDS of other girls who have also experienced massive autoimmune issues after receiving the vaccine, which has been pulled off the routine schedule in Japan after a governmental report examining thousands of girls that experienced similar reactions as Zara did.
Many independent scientific studies and reports have linked the aluminum, a known-toxic ingredient in Gardasil, to a variety of autoimmune disorders and even death.
The vaccine has NEVER been proven to stop cervical cancer, a disease that can be almost always prevented through health screenings. Some experts say the risk of having a severe reaction to the vaccine is around 1 in 500, much higher than the risk of cervical cancer.
Is it really worth the risk?!!
‘I would rather be dead than like this’: Teenager’s agony as she is left wheelchair-bound and feeling like an ’80-year-old’ as her parents claim controversial HPV vaccine is to blame
A nurse claims her sporty 13-year-old daughter has been left wheelchair-bound after suffering an alleged reaction to the HPV vaccine.
Heartbroken Anthea Beattie, 49, says Zara is an ’80-year-old in a teenager’s body’ and is convinced her ill health is due to the jab, which protects against cervical cancer.
The sporty schoolgirl, once a promising footballer and netball player, began struggling for breath in a PE lesson in January last year shortly after she had been given the vaccine.
At first the family dismissed Zara’s symptoms as asthma, but her health continued to deteriorate in the weeks that followed.
She suffered palpitations, felt dizzy, weak and tired, and was later diagnosed with PoTS – postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome – which makes her heart race.
Mrs Beattie said: ‘It has been horrendous. She said to me, “Mum, I would rather be dead than like this.” She is 13 and she said, “I feel like somebody put me in an 80-year-old’s body.”‘
Eighteen months on, Zara, of Wigton, Cumbria, feels faint every time she stands, is unable to leave the house without a wheelchair and is home-schooled.
Sitting at the table to eat a meal leaves her exhausted and she spends 24 hours a day seven days a week at home, unless she has a hospital appointment.
Doctors have refused to confirm their fears, but mother-of-three Anthea and her husband Ian, 54, an engineer, believe Zara’s condition was triggered by the vaccine.
Anthea, who has been forced to reduce her hours to care for Zara, said: ‘I have been a nurse for 30 years and I have never heard or seen anything like this before.
‘There are so many young girls now who are in the same position. I don’t believe it is a coincidence.
Zara played football and she was very fit. She was full of life. She was a very active girl with a nice circle of friends.
‘Now all that has changed. She has horrendous heart palpitations and horrific pain – chest pain, severe headaches and sometimes whole body pain.
‘On a bad day the poor girl can’t even stand up. She will stay in bed all day and crawl to the toilet. She’s got a stool by the sink for when she cleans her teeth.
She said: ‘In a typical week she won’t leave the house unless it’s for a hospital appointment. She had to stop going to school because she was absolutely wiped out.
‘It has been horrendous. She said to me, “Mum, I would rather be dead than like this.”‘
‘She is 13 and she said, “I feel like somebody put me in an 80-year-old’s body.”‘
‘Everything is so much effort for her – she has no energy whatsoever. If we do do something it knocks her out for three days afterwards.
‘She is like a little old lady.’
Zara suffers from headaches, muscle and joint pain and said it feels like someone is ‘hitting me on the back with a hammer’.
She said: ‘I worry about the future. My friends are choosing their GCSEs and they’re concerned about what they’re going to do.
‘I don’t know how I’m going to be in five minutes let alone five years.
‘It has changed everything. I don’t want anyone else to have to deal with what I’m going through.’