January 03, 2009

Kawasaki Disease Caused by Merck's Rotavirus Vaccine


You may have read that John Travolta's 16 yr old son died from a fall but also that he had Kawasaki disease (article).

And here is an article about another child (son of Backstreet Boys singer) with the disease http://abcnews.go.com/Health/ColdandFluNews/story?id=6514000&page=1

This is upsetting as I believe many of these 'rare diseases' are from whatever they put in the vaccines given to our children.

Found another article that says, "Kawasaki disease, which involves fever and blood vessel inflammation, a serious disease that has also been associated with Merck's rotavirus vaccine (RotaTeq)." (source).

Big pharma is in it for the $$$ and those at the top don't really care about the pain and suffering they are inflicting on our children.

Folks, please read more on vaccines here: http://www.whale.to/vaccines.html

CDC Chief Admits that Vaccines Trigger Autism

source

Please do the research yourself.

May the Truth be revealed, may the lies be exposed, may the deceived wakeup, may the sinner repent, may the lost get saved and may the Lord Jesus Christ be glorified I continue to pray.

3 Comments:

Blogger joapan said...

Good research Cathy. Thanks for putting this together. I'm going to link to this on my site: www.truthspeaker.wordpress.com
Joanne

1/3/09, 4:26 PM  
Blogger Cathy said...

Hey you have a great website, Joanne - thanks for the link!

blessings,
Cathy

1/3/09, 4:33 PM  
Anonymous Getreal1 said...

This article is full of crap. There is no evidence that rotavirus vaccine is linked to Kawasakis. Also the naive comment that the pharmaceutical industry is out to harm children is ridiculous and frankly ludicrous. Furthermore vaccines are generally money losers for the industry. Big pharma recovers their R and D budget from drugs for adult diseases such as high cholesterol, hypertension, Alzheimers, etc. ; not vaccines.

1/3/09, 7:01 PM  

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