The Le Roy Twelve: Vaccine Victims?

As you have no doubt heard, the media has been gripped by yet another medical mystery. Twelve girls from Le Roy Junior Senior High School in upstate New York have been suffering uncontrollable movements that cause them pain, in addition to stuttering and verbal outbursts. Psychiatrists have diagnosed the girls with “conversion disorder” – a very rare condition that essentially boils down to a diagnosis of “it’s all in their heads.” Unsurprisingly, at least one of the girls is not accepting that her illness is merely psychological, insisting that there must be some physical reason for it.

A great series of articles at VaxTruth investigate the possibility that the girls have been vaccine injured. As the articles point out, girls are more vulnerable to vaccine injury since they tend to weigh less than boys, may use cosmetic products that contain harmful chemicals, and are more likely to be taking oral contraceptives or to adopt a meatless diet, both of which can limit their body’s ability to flush out toxins.

With all these factors in play, it can be a problem when girls get their regularly scheduled vaccines, particularly since many vaccines contain aluminum or mercury compounds that function as adjuvants, activating the body’s immune system. Certain environmental factors – such as high levels of pollution – can also heighten the likelihood of an adverse vaccine reaction.

To read the full series of articles, please click here. I strongly recommend reading through them all – they are highly readable and offer a great deal of information to parents wanting to learn more about vaccine risks and benefits.


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