Thursday, August 8, 2013

Dangerous Vaccines Found to Cause Symptoms of Shaken Baby Syndrome

'Over the years, parents have more and more commonly been blamed of child abuse if their child is diagnosed with the “triad” of injuries associated with Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) after receiving a vaccine. The “triad” includes bleeding inside the brain, bleeding behind the eyes and swelling or inflammation of the brain.

When a medical professional suspects that a baby has been violently shaken, they will examine the baby for the “triad” of injuries associated with SBS. These are subdural haematoma (bleeds inside the brain), retinal haemorrhages (bleeds behind the eyes) and cerebral edema (swelling or inflammation inside the brain).
Researchers Uncover The Truth

Early this year, Dr. Michael Innis published his latest peer-reviewed study in Clinical Medicine Research. His paper titled Autoimmunity and Non-Accidental Injury in Children discusses the cases of five children suffering from brain injuries and fractures after vaccinations. After studying each case in depth, he concluded that vaccination could be responsible for the triad of injuries commonly associated with SBS. [11]

In his paper, Dr. Innis outlines that the response to antigenic stimulation damaged the beta cells in the pancreas causing hypoinsulinaemia (unusually low levels of insulin in the blood), which inhibited the cellular uptake of vitamin C, resulting in liver dysfunction, failure of carboxylation of the vitamin K dependent proteins, resulting in hemorrhages and fractures associated with the triad. He concluded that fractures, retinal and subdural hemorrhages and encephalopathy in children are autoimmune responses to antigenic stimulation in a genetically susceptible individual.

He explains that common antigens are mandated vaccines, viral, bacterial and parasitic infections.

To understand exactly how cases of vaccine damage are frequently misdiagnosed as SBS, please read Dr. Innis’s paper in full.

I found his paper easy to read, interesting and revealing and I was particularly enlightened to see him open his paper by quoting the work of psychologist Lisa Blakemore-Brown, who in 1995-1996 became the first professional to identify that parents were being falsely accused of child abuse after their child had suffered a vaccine injury.
Do You Need More Proof?

Many other professionals support the fact that parents are being falsely accused of SBS. In 2008, Kent R. Holcomb published the paper Shaken Baby Syndrome: Actual Innocence Petition, in which he demonstrated that the Shaken Baby Syndrome theory was unstable by using a “hypothetical case.” [12]

In his paper, Holcomb states that the biomechanical branch of science is the one and only discipline with the expertise, experimental data, and responsibility to determine if a biomechanical event such as human shaking (SBS) or lethal minor falls (LMF) can or cannot cause potentially fatal injuries such as subdural hematoma (SDH).

For years, the triad of injuries has been the only evidence used in criminal procedures to convict parents of shaking their babies. According to a growing number of professionals, this misguided trust has resulted in many innocent parents being charged and convicted of murder.

However, times are changing, and as Holcomb explains, the history of medicine is full of examples of practices that, during their times, were generally accepted by a consensus of medical opinion, only to be later rejected as useless, potentially harmful, or sometimes even lethal.

Professionals are recognizing that Shaken Baby Syndrome is an unsafe diagnosis, due to the evidence being presented with the use of biomechanics. According to Holcomb, the study of biomechanics has proven that humans lack the physical strength needed to cause fatal brain injuries from manual shaking alone. He says that if a child were to be shaken as described in SBS cases, then this violence would result in a high incidence of spinal paralysis from neck injuries in infants, which has never been reported in association with SBS.

In 2009, Holcomb published a paper titled Justification for a Federal Injunction to Suspend All Vaccine Licenses Based on Unreasonable Health Risks and Causal Links to Chronic Disease Pandemics.

Holcomb states very clearly that vaccines are unsafe at all levels. He says that a hypothesis is not proven until all the data has been read. He says:

“When evaluating vaccine-safety-hypotheses, like all other hypotheses, the SHHS (Secretary of Health and Human Services) cannot accept the hypothesis as proven nor upgrade it to scientific theory, until said hypothesis is submitted to vigorous scientific testing and until all attempts at falsification have failed.

- See more at:

Shaken Baby Syndrome: Pitfalls in Diagnosis and Demographics
"In other words: In 32 years, there were only 324 cases reported in the English medical literature that had enough details to be properly reviewed. In 54 of them, someone admitted to have actually shaken the infant and of these, only 11 cases appeared to have been just “shaken”. That’s 11 cases!

The medical and child protective agency determination 
Such determination is only valid if careful and detailed history of past events is obtained. I have seen several medical records of SBS cases that had the statement “The past history was non-contributory.” In almost every one, my careful review yielded plenty of useful information and, indeed, very “contributory factors.” Every detail of the pregnancy, the delivery, the nursery stay and the period after discharge from the nursery is important. Vaccinations received within 21 days of an ALTE (apparent life-threatening event) should be listed and critically reviewed; “immunizations are up to date” is often the only mention found.

In addition, clinical and radiological findings obviously could have been misinterpreted and laboratory investigations could have been lacking, including a histamine blood level, serum Vitamin C and a PIVKA II test for vitamin K deficiency to name a few.

In 2004, a conviction for inflicted TBI was reversed because of problems with the autopsy and related testimony at the original trial. (6) The baby’s father, who was sentenced to a life sentence plus 10 years for child abuse and aggravated murder, had already served seven years.

When reading the Keenan study, one is unable to know how seriously the following three important aspects of the so-called shaken baby syndrome were reviewed or if they were at all.

Neck tissues injury
Every record of suspected SBS should describe traumatic findings in the neck structures. Famed researcher Werner Goldsmith, PhD, has stated, "I am absolutely convinced that in order to do serious or fatal damage to an infant by shaking you have to have soft tissue neck damage…. A fall backward from three feet onto a hard surface, like concrete, can produce nearly 180 Gs of acceleration — 180 times the force of Earth's gravity — enough to cause a subdural hematoma. Shaking a child once a second through a range of one foot produces only 11 Gs, at the most…. There is an order of magnitude difference between shaking and falling…. From the point of view of the brain, shaking is a much, much milder form of braking than a fall…. To complicate matters, between five and 10 percent of children are born with undiagnosed subdural hematomas, and 30 percent are born with retinal bleeding…. If you get a rebleed, you may get something that looks like shaken baby syndrome…. You should be able to show neck damage to prove shaken baby syndrome." Goldsmith is the former chair of the head injury model committee of the National Institutes of Health, and was a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley and the recipient of the 2001 Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award.

When the occupants of a stopped car (including infants in car seats) are hit from the rear by a truck going 30 to 40 miles an hour, the most likely injury is a whiplash of the neck. Subdural and retinal hemorrhages simply do not occur....
An excellent strategy to keep alive the belief that SBS is an entity caused by intentional shaking to the point of brain damage and possibly death is to:

*Appear to report in excruciating detail all apparently conceivable data relating to head injuries in children.

*Avoid mentioning vaccinations, when the two groups least allowed to choose anything other than compliance with vaccine recommendations, military dependents and non-Caucasians, are those "found" to be most likely to intentionally inflict TBI.

*With the exuberant use and additions of new pediatric vaccines, such as RotaTeq® that joined the list a few days ago (due at the 2, 4 and 6 months visits), the role of vaccinations in causing apnea, seizures and symptoms mimicking SBS should at least be evaluated before being summarily dismissed. "

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