Single mother-of-three paralysed from the face down after getting free flu injection at the hospital where she worked

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Daily Mail, UK
A single mother-of-three became fully paralysed after getting a free flu injection at work.

Kathy Watson-Jones, a hospital clerk from Greensborough in northeast Melbourne, received the vaccination on April 23 and that evening her legs started shaking and feeling like jelly.

By lunchtime the next day Ms Watson-Jones was paralysed from the face down.

The 45-year-old was rushed to hospital and after a day of tests doctors told her she had contracted the incredibly rare Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) – a disorder that causes the immune system to attack the nervous system resulting in paralysis.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3101906/Single-mother-three-paralysed-face-getting-free-flu-injection-hospital-worked.html

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3 thoughts on “Single mother-of-three paralysed from the face down after getting free flu injection at the hospital where she worked”

  1. I’m just agog! Imagine the children waking to a mum that can no longer take care of them.

    I hardly know what to say anymore. People in their complete apathy or ignorance.

    How many people need to suffer at the hands of psychopathic government regulations?

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