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Family sues pharmaceutical company over child brain damaged by flu vaccine


(NaturalNews) An Australian family is seeking compensation from a large pharmaceutical company after their daughter became severely disabled following the administration of the flu vaccine, Fluvax, in 2010.

According to reports, shortly after receiving the vaccine in April 2010, little Saba Button began suffering from convulsions and was rushed to a local hospital in Perth. Now four, Saba is a quadriplegic and nearly blind. Also, some three years later, she continues to suffer from regular seizures and requires constant medical care. She is also fed through a nasogastric tube.

Three days too late

Per the Western Australian newspaper:

A civil action, which could be one of Australia’s biggest medical compensation cases, has been lodged against manufacturer CSL in the Federal Court on behalf of four-year-old Saba … Saba had fever and febrile convulsions caused by an alleged defect in the Fluvax shot she was given in April 2010.

Her disabilities were caused by severe hypoxia, which damaged her brain, reports said.

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