• Corpus ID: 42752126

Information Pack for Parents and Caregivers Falsely Accused of Shaken Baby Syndrome or Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

@inproceedings{2014InformationPF,
  title={Information Pack for Parents and Caregivers Falsely Accused of Shaken Baby Syndrome or Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy},
  author={},
  year={2014}
}
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
Background: The shaken baby syndrome conceived by Guthkeltch to explain bruises, fractures, retinal and cerebral haemorrhage and encephalopathy in children, called the “triad,” can be explained by an autoimmune reaction to antigens in a genetically susceptible child. Method: Children diagnosed as suffering from non-accidental injuries were investigated for evidence of immune response reactions following mandated vaccination and childhood illnesses. Results: It was found in all the cases… 

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Shaken baby syndrome or medical malpractice

Accusing innocent parents and caretakers of abusing and killing their children based upon unsupported theory, such as SBS, will not prevent the death of another child by vaccines and inappropriate medications, but it certainly will lead to wrongful incarceration and unimaginable suffering.

Analysis of causes that led to the bleedings in the subdural spaces and other tissues in baby Alan Ream Yurko's case

The medical examiner and other physicians who evaluated this case failed to consider heparin’s ability to cause bleeding in tissues and also overlooked the role of the adverse reactions to vaccines in the baby's health problems.

Michael Nott Former radio and television journalist and a senior media and communications officer for federal, NSW and Queensland government departments and agencies

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Bravos A Critical Look at the Shaken Baby Syndrome