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Woman Contracts Polio Virus ‘from Vaccinated Infant’

by Christina Sarich, Natural Society:

In 1977, one of attorney Walter Kyle’s first ever vaccine injury cases involved a mother who acquired paralytic polio from mutated Sabin live trivalent oral polio vaccine [TOPV] viruses shed from her three-month-old infant’s diapers. This case isn’t new by any means, but it shows just how damaging vaccines can be, and why the US is trying to overturn citizen’s rights to sue pharmaceutical companies for vaccine injury.

For those who aren’t familiar with the term vaccine shed, it means that many vaccines contain certain live viruses and, once injected or orally administered to an individual, they can infect them via contact with bodily fluids (including from feces from a baby’s diapers).

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1 comment to Woman Contracts Polio Virus ‘from Vaccinated Infant’

  • Ed_B

    “This case isn’t new by any means, but it shows just how damaging vaccines can be…”

    There they go again with the usual anti-vaccine crap. Just ask the millions of people around the world who suffered terribly because they did NOT have a vaccine. Having had polio myself, I can testify to the fact that it totally sucked monkey butt. Vaccines do not work 100% of the time. So what? Nothing else does either. Deal with it.

    A to the lady who contracted polio from her child’s diaper, hey, how about washing your hands with an anti-septic soap and warm water after every diaper change? Seems to me that this is something that is pretty simple to do and would help prevent any disease transfer from the diaper to the mother. Is it perfect? Nope. But then success in life isn’t about perfection, it is frequently a matter of playing the best odds we can and not whining that the world isn’t perfect.


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