Another HPV vaccine victim: 17-year-old dancer left paralyzed after getting the jab

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She was a healthy and vibrant high school athlete and dancer with a bright future ahead of her. But after getting vaccinated with Gardasil for human papillomavirus (HPV), as was required by her school as part of its “mandatory” vaccination program, young Nicole El-Safty’s life was forever changed.

According to reports, El-Safty suffered extreme side effects not long after being jabbed with Gardasil, which ultimately forced her to give up dancing altogether, as well as pretty much all the rest of her physical hobbies.

In the subsequent months after receiving the controversial vaccine, El-Safty says she became totally immobile because of it. At least two other young British girls around her age have also come out over the past year with similar accounts of what they say happened to them as a result of the Gardasil shot.

“I went from being completely fit and healthy in every way to totally motionless and unable to move,” El-Safty told the media. “It was one day when I spotted a headline on TV about the effects of the HPV virus that alarm bells rang.”

“I had all the symptoms, including heart problems, severe ulcers and paralysis. Then finding out that infertility was also likely. Whilst legally my G.P. [general practitioner] couldn’t confirm that my suspicions were right, many medics gave me the nod. A standard jab had disabled me for life.”

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Not only was El-Safty left paralyzed by Gardasil, but she continues to suffer from extreme bouts of severe and debilitating pain. She went back and forth to the doctor trying to find answers, but was offered no insight. One doctor ended up diagnosing her with psoriatic arthritis, an inflammatory autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks healthy joints and skin.

Dealing with this has made it impossible for El-Safty to do much of anything besides just rest in her bed most of the time. As the condition worsened, El-Safty saw the left side of her face drop “drastically,” and the pain spread down her left arm and back.

“My face looked like I had had a stroke,” she recalls. “It was terrifying.”

While her days had at one time been filled with up to 18 hours of dance practice, she suddenly found herself in 24-hour pain, as well as in a wheelchair. El-Safty has since developed severe gastrointestinal problems, hernias, mouth ulcers, and memory loss – all of which appeared after her initial diagnosis of arthritis.

El-Safty would later learn that many young teenagers, some of whom are boys, have suffered severe reactions to the Gardasil vaccine.

As angering as all of this was for her to discover, El-Safty has expressed a commitment to warning others about the dangers of Gardasil in order for them to avoid suffering a similar fate. El-Safty is very involved in her local community, and feels a calling to spread vaccine truth.

“I still keep up my work in local politics and I study law but my main aim is to warn other girls about the jab,” she says. “It’s dangerous and terrifying.”

The official government position in the Western countries that have adopted it insists that Gardasil (and the other HPV vaccine Cervarix) are completely safe, and pose no threat to human health. But data compiled by the group SaneVax, Inc. tells a much different story, revealing more than 55,000 cases of HPV vaccine-induced illness.

Even British health officials admit that they received upwards of nearly 4,000 “yellow cards,” or warnings about the adverse side effects of Gardasil, just between the years of 2010 and 2013. Further, nearly 12,000 adverse reactions to Gardasil have been reported to The European Medicines Agency as of February 2017.

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Bystander Paralyzed After Being Shot by Goshen Police Sues Officer and City

A bystander who was shot by Goshen police this spring while they pursued an armed suspect is now suing the city of Goshen and the officer who shot him.

Fernando Cuevas, 68, was paralyzed from the waist down after being shot once in the shoulder by Sgt. Gregory Smith.

The lawsuit was filed last week in the U.S. District Court of Northern Indiana. Among many claims, the suit argues excessive force, battery, negligence and that Cuevas was deprived of “life, liberty and property.”

It all started about 9:30 a.m. April 5 when citizens began reporting attempted carjackings and shots fired in the area of Lincolnway East (the U.S. 33 corridor) and Kercher Road, according to police. At least three people reported being confronted at gunpoint by 19-year-old Michael Alcaraz, who was armed with a shotgun, as he attempted to steal their cars.

Alcaraz slowed and even stopped during a police pursuit along Lincolnway East that ended when the 19-year-old pulled into the parking lot at Double D’s Hometown Bar and Grill, 827 Lincolnway East.

Cuevas was in the parking lot that morning collecting bottles with permission from the business owner.

Alcaraz got out of his vehicle and ran around the north side of the bar.

Alcaraz was still in possession of the shotgun and fired two shots at officers Coty Brown and Todd Shidler. Both officers returned fire, with Brown firing 17 shots and Shidler firing eight. Neither officer was hurt; however, Alcaraz was fatally wounded.

Smith, attempting to encounter Alcaraz, went around the opposite side of the building from the other officers. Hearing the gunfire between Alcaraz and his fellow officers, Smith saw a man, later identified as Cuevas, and fired two shots.

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Man Paralyzed In Crash Now Running Half Marathon With His Surgeon & The Driver Who Hit Him

When Dean Otto came to Dr. Matt McGirt’s operating table, the surgeon estimated that the father of two had just a two percent chance of walking again. Two percent.

Dean Otto, now 52, was an active dad. He took his kids fishing, was an avid cyclist, and loved the outdoors. But one day, that passion for physical activity caught up to him. At 6 a.m. on September 24, 2016, Dean was struck by an F-150 truck while he was out riding his bike.

Dean flew off the bicycle, hit the ground, and passed out. When he came to, he couldn’t feel his legs.

His back was dislocated and fractured, he’d broken his pelvis, tailbone, and ribs. But upon waking up, and while he waited for the ambulance to arrive, he didn’t yell at the driver who’d plowed into him.

Will Huffman, a 27-year-old salesman, had been driving the truck. Naturally, he expected anger, resentment.

Instead, Dean greeted Will and his passenger: “He said, ‘Hey, I’m Dean, what are your names?’ And, then, he said, ‘How are you guys doing this morning?’”

Dean says of the odd exchange and forgiving Will, “I knew if I didn’t, the resentment would eat me alive.”

When he got to the hospital, Dean’s doctors knew that time was of the essence, so they sent him straight to surgery. That’s where Dr. Matt came in.

Matt’s team relieved the pressure on Dean’s spinal cord and put his spine back together with “a bunch of titanium.” Just hours after he came out of surgery, he could wiggle his toes! While Matt was hopeful, he remained realistic, telling Dean’s family that he could be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life.

“‘You don’t know Dean. If there’s a chance, he’s going to take it,” they responded.

And take it he did! Dean pushed through rehab making literal strides to get back to fighting shape.

According to Matt, who remained in touch with Dean, the father of two challenged his life saver to a run down the road: “Look. In a year from now, if I can run a half[-marathon], you’ll do it with me.”

Matt laughed it off, “I’ve seen some pretty remarkable outcomes. But did I think a guy could go out and run 13 miles with all that titanium in his spine? No way.”

Sure enough, a year to the day, Dean will run a half-marathon in Napa, California… with Matt at his side. But he’s not the only one who will support the spinal injury-survivor; Will, the man who put Dean in the hospital, will be there, too.

The two have formed quite the relationship over the past few months. Will says, “I wasn’t so much surprised that he forgave me,” but he is grateful that they were able to turn the tragic accident into a friendship. “I think most people would stop there and say, ‘Nice meeting you, but I’m done.’”


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Chicago Approves Record $9.5 Million Settlement for Man Permanently Paralyzed After Being Tasered by Police

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Zac Brown surprises paralyzed teen in the hospital

One day after performing at the BB&T Pavilion in Philadeplphia, Zac Brown made a stop at Bryn Mawr Rehab Center in Malvern, PA. Brown was in town to surprise 17-year-old Thomas Schoettle, who was paralyzed when he dove into a five foot above ground pool. A family friend of Thomas’ reached out on Facebook and asked Brown if he could visit. And he did. Of course, Thomas had tickets to the show, but couldn’t go. So Zac had an idea. “I figured since you couldn’t come to us, we’d come to you,” Brown said. Zac also dedicated a song to Thomas at his concert in Philadelphia

Zac Brown will be performing alongside Joe Walsh, Keith Urban, Gary Clark Jr. and more for Joe Walsh’s VetAid. Joe Walsh lost his father when he was just 20 months old. “War is hell for everyone involved,” Joe said. Walsh, a staunch anti-war advocate, speaks for all veterans, in a language we can all understand, rock & roll.

Zac Brown Band will be playing at Coors Field on July 29. Click here to find tickets on AXS.     

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