The doctors would not either confirm or deny it, as ten-year-old Marysue Grivna’s mother was quoted saying on Medical Daily. She was talking about the flu shot Marysue Grivna got on November 22 last year, and three days later, the child became paralyzed.
Natural News published Marysue Grivna’s story, detailing that the girl suddenly developed acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, or ADEM, a rare brain disease, just four days after getting her flu shot. Upon evaluation, it was discovered that she had developed ADEM, an auto-immune disease characterized by inflammation of brain.
Medical information available online actually confirm that most cases of ADEM as well as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) “possibly occur as the result of an inflammatory response provoked by prepubertal infection with a virus, viral vaccine, or other infectious agent.
It is sad that Marysue Grivna’s family had to learn it the hard way but the child’s mother, in an interview with Fox News, offers valuable advice to parents of children who have blind belief in the safety of vaccination: ask questions and do research before putting your child on the table for a shot.