Kaylynne Matten’s parents finally have their daughter’s toxicology report in hand. They have been waiting since December 6th, 2011 to learn why their beautiful, vibrant, healthy little girl died so suddenly just four days after receiving her annual flu vaccine. Kaylynne’s parents believe she died from an adverse effect of the vaccine. Vermont State Health Officials have stated from the beginning their position that Kaylynne’s death was most likely not from the flu vaccine, since that kind of thing is “extremely rare” and basically just doesn’t happen.
As the video above from WCAX reveals, the toxicology report failed to confirm the cause of Kaylynne’s death. Score another one for THE VACCINE MACHINE. Of course, this is not unexpected. Many parents whose children have suddenly dropped dead after receiving vaccinations have experienced the same frustrating response. “We just don’t know what happened. We do know it can’t be vaccine-related because vaccines are so safe.”
Kaylynne’s parents have no intention of going away quietly. They have started a facebook page and a website in Kaylynne’s honor. The online community consisting of parents of vaccine-injured children is growing daily and this group is now rallying behind Mr. and Mrs. Matten in their quest for the truth. Sadly for Dr. Harry Chen and his cronies, this is not going to disappear anytime soon.
So the question remains, “Did Kaylynne Matten really die from the flu shot?”
The toxicology report says a virus attacked her heart. They don’t know which virus. I wonder if they tested for the vaccine-strains of flu virus. That shouldn’t be hard to do. I tried to find out what strains are in the 2011-2012 flu vaccine by checking the manufacturer’s inserts but all I can find is “Virus A and B.” So there are two, right?
I dug a little deeper, and found an article on The CDC website that tells me everything I ever wanted to know (not really) about how viral strains are selected for each year’s flu vaccine. Basically, it’s a guessing game. They have no real idea what flu virus will be going around “wreaking havoc” in the U.S. during any given year. Here is what I learned from The CDC:
What flu viruses are included in the Northern Hemisphere seasonal vaccine for 2011-2012?
WHO recommended that the Northern Hemisphere’s 2011—2012 seasonal influenza vaccine contain the following three vaccine viruses:
•an A/California/7/2009 (H1N1)-like virus;
•an A/Perth/16/2009 (H3N2)-like virus; and
•a B/Brisbane/60/2008-like virus.
These are the same viruses that were selected for the Northern Hemisphere for the 2010-2011 influenza vaccine.
Surely they checked for these three viruses… I don’t know. I haven’t seen the report. From what the WCAX reporter tells us in the video linked above, Kaylynne’s parents might not have even seen the report if Mrs. Matten had not called to check the status. It may seem like I’m being picky here, but I think it’s unconscionable for officials to let the report sit for two days without contacting Kaylynne’s parents to inform them it was finished. They have been waiting for weeks to find out what killed their daughter. Why the delay?
Back to the question, “What killed Kaylynne Matten?” Was it one of the 3 viruses she was injected with on December 2, 2011? Or was it some other, mysterious virus that is now and will forever remain “unknown?”
“She was always 100 percent healthy,” dad Justin said.
Kaylynne’s death came just four days after a doctor’s visit where she got her annual flu shot during a routine checkup. That was on Friday. On Saturday, Kaylynne developed a headache and fever. By Sunday it spiked to 102.3 and the little girl started vomiting and became disoriented.
“She said ‘mommy, I don’t know where I am.’ It broke my heart,” Nicole Matten said.
That’s when Nicole called the pediatrician. She says the doctor wasn’t overly concerned and told her to use Tylenol and Motrin.
“Tuesday morning she got up and her hands and legs were purple, so we called the doctor’s office and they said bring her right up. So we did,” Nicole said.
But on the 15-minute ride to the doctor’s the unexpected happened. Kaylynne stopped breathing in her mother’s arms.
It certainly sounds like the flu shot killed Kaylynne.
Let’s assume for a moment that those three viruses Kaylynne was injected with on December 2, 2011 have been tested for and ruled-out.
Does that absolve the flu vaccine as a causal agent in her death? NO.
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