Was Alfie Evans Injured by Vaccines?

Alfie Evans, the subject of months of agonizing legal battles, has a mysterious neurological condition that has baffled UK doctors.

Doctors at his hospital say the condition is “relentless and progressive” and has resulted in signs of a very high water content in the brain. The symptoms have been associated with severe epilepsy.

Alder Hey hospital, where Alfie is bring treated has said the youngster has suffered “catastrophic degradation of his brain tissue” over time.

While doctors have been flummoxed, one theory has been proposed that won’t get traction from the doctors at Alder Hey or officials at the National Health Service:

Alfie Evans was born healthy but after his 2-month shots started seizing. According to his auntie Vickie Evans, they believe vaccines triggered his condition. There are suspicions that the hospital is trying to cover up malpractice, and both hospital and judge are desperately trying to kill him off before Alfie turns 2 on May 9th because you can only sue for vaccine damage once a child turns 2.

The curious 2-year policy is stated on the UK vaccine damage site: https://www.gov.uk/vaccine-damage-payment/how-to-claim

Epilepsy is a condition in which seizures occur on a repeated basis, at least “two or more unprovoked seizures,” according to Johns Hopkins University and according to the Epilepsy Foundation, at least 326,000 children in the United States have been diagnosed with epilepsy, with an additional 200,000 cases diagnosed each year. In the United States, about one in 100 adults live with epilepsy, and one in 20 children under the age of five are believed to have the disorder.

According to the vaccine package inserts from the vaccine manufacturers, seizures are reported as a risk for vaccines against chicken pox, measles, mumps, rubella, whooping cough, pneumococcal disease, polio, tetanus, hepatitis B, diptheria, and rotavirus.

A search of the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) shows that following vaccination, 13,288 cases of seizures have been reported, as well as 1,670 cases of epilepsy. A search of VAERS data for various forms of encephalitis and encephalopathy shows that 1,490 associated adverse events have been reported. These conditions could lead to seizures later.

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